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Old 06-06-2021, 07:46 PM   #2421
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Something new to us two ... I saw this in the freezer case at
the megamart and thought DH would like this.
Some Spicy Brown Mustard on the side for dippin' and
lunch is served!
I used to make those all the time.
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Old 06-06-2021, 07:56 PM   #2422
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I used to make those all the time.
MsM, DH wasn't wild about them, so I'm not sure I'd buy them again.
I may have mentioned in a different thread, I don't normally buy frozen "snacky" stuff at the mega-mart.
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Old 06-06-2021, 07:59 PM   #2423
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MsM, DH wasn't wild about them, so I'm not sure I'd buy them again.
I may have mentioned in a different thread, I don't normally buy frozen "snacky" stuff at the mega-mart.
We would get them for the girls when they were little, along with pizza rolls and bagel bites. They were quick and easy snacky/lunch.
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Ooh, Pizza Rolls!
DH use to LOVE Bagel Bites too.
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Old 06-06-2021, 10:06 PM   #2425
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Something new to us two ... I saw this in the freezer case at

the megamart and thought DH would like this.

Some Spicy Brown Mustard on the side for dippin' and

lunch is served!

I see air fryer fodder there. They would turn out awesome.
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Something new to us two ... I saw this in the freezer case at
the megamart and thought DH would like this.
Some Spicy Brown Mustard on the side for dippin' and
lunch is served!
Any snack, quick food, frozen or prepared by you, you can cook in that new a/f.

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Old 06-09-2021, 01:28 PM   #2427
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I made a favorite summer food of mine for lunch today - Gazpacho! Surprisingly, this is one of those things made with fresh tomatoes that is almost as good when made with frozen tomatoes, as fresh ones, since it is blended up - with most things calling for fresh tomatoes, they are mushy, of course, and the skin slips off, plus they are watery.

I saw those tomatoes in my freezer, and realized that I had to use them, since this year's crop will be starting soon! So I thawed a 4 lb bag of frozen grapes, and drained maybe 1 1/2 c water from them this morning. I blended the other ing together in the Vitamix, with a few tomatoes, to circulate it, put that in the large bowl, then blended the tomatoes in two more batches. To help thicken it, I added about 1 tb chia seeds to each batch, let them gel about 5 minutes, then blended on high, and also added a generous 1/2 tsp of xanthan gum while running, to each batch. Works even better than the traditional "stale bread", which I never have around anymore. I added the sherry vinegar, then the olive oil to the last batch, adding it slowly, while running, to emulsify. Then I mixed it all up in the 8 qt bowl, and poured it into this 4 qt bowl, which it just fit into! It chilled in the fridge, while I cut up the toppings. That is the only thing missing when making this with frozen tomatoes - some diced fresh tomatoes. But the rest is there.
Almost 4 qts of gazpacho, using up 4 lbs of tomatoes from last season. by pepperhead212, on Flickr

I'll eat this again for dinner, and probably for breakfast!
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