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Old 02-04-2011, 05:18 PM   #11
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Thanks for the recipe Mimi. Can't wait to try it on lamb. Here's a picture of the outstanding New Zealand loin lamb chops I picked up at Costco the other day.

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Old 02-04-2011, 05:42 PM   #12
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Thanks for the recipe Mimi. Can't wait to try it on lamb. Here's a picture of the outstanding New Zealand loin lamb chops I picked up at Costco the other day.

Oh Yum K, lets see you have the lamb chops, I have the onion strawberry jam, it's 5:30 here and 2:30 there....... Hummmm a quick plane ride and it could be a match made in heaven!!!!

I hope you enjoy the recipe, i'll be trying it with lamb tomorrow night so i'll keep you posted...

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Old 02-06-2011, 12:45 PM   #13
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I just got back from my favorite Amish Market here in town, and among all my veggies, I managed to pick up a flat of these beautiful strawberries... Those of you that live in Florida know that these are by far the best berries...

So I just finished washing them and slicing 3 pds, then threw in a bottle of vodka, and will let in sit till Valentines Day...

Next i'm making sweet onion strawberry jam, It's a condiment I love with poultry and pork...

Then i'm going to slow roast some with balsamic and freshly ground pepper (just a little bit) and use that as a topping for ice cream, rice pudding, tapioca, amongst other things... I think I will also try these in my strawberry buttercream frosting...

If there are any left over, well I think i'll just eat them as they are...

What are some of the ways you guys like your strawberries???
I like to see that you are putting them to good use. I like them cooked with sugar and water to make a syrup. Combine with crepes and you have the perfect breakfast.
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Old 02-06-2011, 01:01 PM   #14
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I rinse and quarter the strawberries, chill and serve with a sprinkle of fresh ground pepper. I also like to smush them and freeze into a sorbet.
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Old 02-06-2011, 06:56 PM   #15
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There is always strawberry wine!

MA, that sounds like a great dessert for something a little bit different.

Mer, the strawberry cream thing sounds delightful. I love strawberries. How long will it hold up if made in advance?

PF, ground pepper does magical things at times.

Kayelle, I noticed that you have four of those. I'll be on the flight right behind Mimi's.

Mimi, do you can the jam? If not, how long will it last?
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Old 02-13-2011, 08:39 AM   #16
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Mimi, do you can the jam? If not, how long will it last?


Kathleen, it is jammielike but really a condiment... I've never canned it, but I suppose you could... The recipe I gave makes about 2-3 cups and will last for a few weeks in the fridge... I like to slather it on chicken sandwiches also, very yummy!!!
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Mimi, do you can the jam? If not, how long will it last?


Kathleen, it is jammielike but really a condiment... I've never canned it, but I suppose you could... The recipe I gave makes about 2-3 cups and will last for a few weeks in the fridge... I like to slather it on chicken sandwiches also, very yummy!!!
It sounds awesome! I'm already looking forward to strawberry season!
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