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Old 05-13-2011, 09:32 PM   #11
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Well... the latest, I made a chicken dish with prosciutto in a dream. I never ever made anything with prosciutto and I made it and it was wonderful!

There have been other times, they usually end up on my blog after I make them. It has happened quite a few times.
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Old 05-14-2011, 02:02 AM   #12
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I once dreamed I was eating a swan, it was a bad night someone broke in and stole my pillow.
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Why can't I dream about food...mine are just weird.
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Old 05-14-2011, 04:28 PM   #14
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The problem with dreaming about food is you wake up hungry!
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Old 05-23-2011, 12:39 PM   #15
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It wasn't quite biscuits--it was savory rhubarb won tons. I took a couple of stalks of rhubarb, a bit of butter, splish of vodka, and a sprinkle of maple syrup, and put those in a frying pan, grated a whole bunch of ginger on top, squeezed some lime (fresh) juice in, grated chedder (white) and some smokey paprika, a clove of garlic. Cooked that down, and then I put 1 tsp of that in a won ton wrapper and deep fried it. I dressed the won tons with a bit of white cheddar and a sprinkle of smokey paprika. I'll eat these again.

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Old 05-23-2011, 12:52 PM   #16
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I forgot to mention the grated pecans in the rhubarb won tons.
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Old 05-23-2011, 12:53 PM   #17
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It wasn't quite biscuits--it was savory rhubarb won tons. I took a couple of stalks of rhubarb, a bit of butter, splish of vodka, and a sprinkle of maple syrup, and put those in a frying pan, grated a whole bunch of ginger on top, squeezed some lime (fresh) juice in, grated chedder (white) and some smokey paprika, a clove of garlic. Cooked that down, and then I put 1 tsp of that in a won ton wrapper and deep fried it. I dressed the won tons with a bit of white cheddar and a sprinkle of smokey paprika. I'll eat these again.

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That sounds interesting!! I was going to say if you try and make the biscuits with the rubarb, provalone cheese sounds like it would be a good one to pair with it, in my opinion :-D
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These "won tons" were really tasty. I didn't measure--sorry--I just went by taste...and they only took about 20 minutes--I only made six because I was "testing" what I had dreamt (would've been less time if I'd thought to turn on the deep fryer while I was reducing the rhubarb--dah. And the only cheese I had in the house was cream, cheddar, and ricotta, so I went with the white cheddar). It's a holiday here-grocery stores are closed and my van is funky. But, I'll be making these again. Nice way to use rhubarb. My DH will love these.
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And, this is probably not a combination of food most of us would ever think of combining, but it worked.
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Old 05-23-2011, 01:20 PM   #20
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I forgot to mention the pecans.
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