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Old 01-12-2014, 08:39 PM   #11
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I eat lots of pasta, grate some of it and freeze it in a Tupperware container, and occasionally have to triim a few blue spots off of it....

Isn't that what they call blue cheese?
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Old 01-12-2014, 08:42 PM   #12
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Isn't that what they call blue cheese?
Yeah. And they charge you extra for it, too!
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Old 01-12-2014, 08:50 PM   #13
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Thanks. I had no idea you could freeze parm regg... or any cheese.
Mine usually gets white areas... not that they are a problem, lol.
Oh yes, I freeze cheese all the time. Make sure to label it though, Pac, otherwise that may be what's for dinner!

(Remembering the gravy for dinner incident)
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I did pretty good getting most items on my list. I didn't get a few things because I couldn't find them.
Black onion seeds, Curry leaves(fresh and dried), coriander powder, coriander seed, asafoetida, Indian chili powder, carom seeds, samosa sauce, anise seed , cumin seed, tumeric, cloves, dried ginger, garam masala, gram flour, chili pickle. Samosa wraps, chili paste, Chinese cooking wine, light soy sauce, dumpling dipping sauce, udon noodles, dumpling wraps, 5 spice powder, thai peanut/chili sauce, black pepper sauce, fresh turmeric, fresh thai chilis, frozen squid pieces(for salt and pepper squid tomorrow night).

I didn't bother with the bbq pork. The line up was too long. I can make that myself with what I have on hand.

Time to eat....chicken curry, onion badji, naan bread, basmati...
Sounds like a good foodie day. Did you get the fresh thai chilis at TNT? I'd like to pick some up, even if I put them in the freezer to have on hand when I want them. I find the fresh curry leaves remind me of the smell of gasoline. I usually buy fresh and dry them for later...what are Samosa wraps like? Are they in the frozen section? Which Indian store did you hit?
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Rock, what do you do to keep a big piece of Parmesan like that fresh?

Oops, I see you already answered that.
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Old 01-12-2014, 09:37 PM   #16
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Sounds like a good foodie day. Did you get the fresh thai chilis at TNT? I'd like to pick some up, even if I put them in the freezer to have on hand when I want them. I find the fresh curry leaves remind me of the smell of gasoline. I usually buy fresh and dry them for later...what are Samosa wraps like? Are they in the frozen section? Which Indian store did you hit?
Couldn't find Samosa wraps. I read somewhere that they sold them. I went to Vaishali's Super Store. West end off of Carling. https://plus.google.com/100845395003...ut?gl=ca&hl=en

Fresh chili's at T&T. Two bucks for a good sized pack. I just leave them out, uncovered on a plate on the refridgerator and use them over time. They eventually just dry out naturally
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Couldn't find Samosa wraps. I read somewhere that they sold them. I went to Vaishali's Super Store. West end off of Carling. https://plus.google.com/100845395003...ut?gl=ca&hl=en

Fresh chili's at T&T. Two bucks for a good sized pack. I just leave them out, uncovered on a plate on the refridgerator and use them over time. They eventually just dry out naturally
Thanks, Rock. I'm in the City on Wednesday...I had lost the address for Vaishali's. A friend (married to a guy from India) loves that store. I haven't been (usually hit the Indian Market with TL in Montreal)!
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How do you store such a large piece for so long?
Cur it up into manageable pieces, wrap well and freeze.
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