Cooler weather coming.. what are you having for dinner?

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Juliev

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I'm heating up leftover chili.. making a grilled cheese sammich.. glass of milk
 

crewsk

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Masteranz, would you mind posting your recipe for miso soup? I had it for the first time last night & have fallen in love with it! I would love to try & make it myself.
 

AllenOK

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When the weather turns cooler, I usually start making lots of soups. My family is especially fond of my Clam Chowder, Chicken Tortilla soup, Chicken Rice soup, Chicken Andouille Seafood Gumbo, and Jambalaya (not really a soup, I know, but it's a great one-pot meal).

Lately, I've started roasting a lot of chickens in Winter, since I've got more mouths to feed.
 

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Pizza! Thick crust with mushrooms, Canadian bacon, Italian sausage and extra cheese :!: .
 

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I seldom use a recipe for soup, just keep a bag of soup fixens in the freezer, make a stock, then look to see what else is in there. But soups and stews rule when you have real winter. Heats up the kitchen, can be elegant (I've had what I call three soup dinners! A big hit!), can be peasant, can do it all.
 

Juliev

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those all sound great Allen...I love to make soup stews this time of year

yes.. can you post a recipe for miso soup

LOL luvs.. "weather" you like it or not.. fall is coming very soon.
 

MelonHead

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It's a beautiful sunny day and going to be at least 65 degrees, so we are having a cookout, except with a hearty Fall menu. We've splurged on a whole tenderloin which we will marinate in teriaki and garlic, then grill with indirect heat. Also will bake individual acorn squash, and serve a salad with lots of tomatoes, crumbled gorgonzola and crusty Italian bread. I have a bottle of Merlot and one of Chianti, as we can never agree on red wine.
Dessert is Birthday cake for the nephew, chocolate of course... :D
 

Juliev

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lol.. melonhead just made me hungry.. sounds fabulous!!! And, a meat pie sounds good too.

Yeah Claire... sometimes the best tasting things come from stuff you have on hand.. I made a great potato soup last week that way.. it was yummy.. I also added grilled chicken, peppers and onions (I used the night before for a salad).. so ya never know.
 

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I have a loaf of the small diameter French bread which is now unedible. So I am going to make a savory bread pudding to go with a slice of ham I will prepare with grilled pineapple cooked in the same skillet and a sauce of the pan drippings, wasabi, and butter. The bread pudding basically the same as a sweet one, however, no sugar, use sharp cheddar and fontina cheese, onions, milk, eggs, fresh ground pepper, Italian parsley and chives; then grate fresh parmasean reggiano over the top. With the rest of the bread I do not use, I am making desert bread pudding with apples, crystalized ginger, citreon, and cardamom. Good with ice cream. I did not give exact amounts because I do not measure, I guesstimate.


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norgeskog

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mudbug said:
Gonna try RayT721's recipe for French Canadian meat pie that I copied yesterday.

Is that posted here on the recipe listing? If not, will you post it, and if it is, which one? Thanks

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norgeskog

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mudbug said:
norgeskog, here you go:

TOURTIERE (Canadian French Meat Pie) – RayT721

Thanks mudbug, I appreciate this. (I removed the recipe no reason for it being here twice, I hope this is OK?)

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We're having meatloaf with baked bananas, potatoes and carrots, and a peach and white chocolate pudding for dessert. I made up the recipe as I went along, so lets hope it's ok!
 

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Thanks for the meat pie recipe. I've had it before. It's also good with some hot mustard.

Hot mustard on the side for dipping.
 

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mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm.... getting hungry over here in ny.. what am I going to make.. I might have to run to the store.. lmao
 

Juliev

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the peach and white chocolate pudding sounds fabulous.. do you have a recipe at all?
 

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