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#805300 - 01/25/04 07:36 PM Re: What are you making (having) for dinner  
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Jack if you're using a smoker the snowstorm prolly hasn't reached Mass. yet.

We are getting hammered with snow, so dins tonight is comforting stuff on a tray by the fire: tomato bisque, cobb salad and some yeast rolls.
Sounds great. No snow here. This is definitely my favorite thread.........

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#805301 - 01/25/04 07:43 PM Re: What are you making (having) for dinner  
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Tonight was rigatoni with Italian sausage and escarole in a white wine and cream sauce. The hot variety of the sausage makes this a nice and spicy. Served with breadsticks and the leftover wine from the sauce (I've made it with either pinot grigio or sauvignon blanc, but I really don't like to drink either).


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Whee! My first double post. It wasn't my fault, I swear. It told me to try again, so I did. mad


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#805303 - 01/25/04 08:08 PM Re: What are you making (having) for dinner  
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Originally posted by plays88keys:
Jack if you're using a smoker the snowstorm prolly hasn't reached Mass. yet.

We are getting hammered with snow, so dins tonight is comforting stuff on a tray by the fire: tomato bisque, cobb salad and some yeast rolls.
Actually the smoker works on top of the stove indoors...snow, rain or shine...
Camerons Stovetop Smoker

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#805304 - 01/25/04 08:48 PM Re: What are you making (having) for dinner  
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(I've made it with either pinot grigio or sauvignon blanc, but I really don't like to drink either).
Well, I do. Sounds like I'd be a good dinner guest.
laugh

#805305 - 01/25/04 09:54 PM Re: What are you making (having) for dinner  
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kATHYk....i WISH YOU WOULD GET RID OF THAT AVATAR. I LIKED THE OLD ONE.

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#805306 - 01/25/04 09:59 PM Re: What are you making (having) for dinner  
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#805307 - 01/25/04 10:00 PM Re: What are you making (having) for dinner  
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What was the old one, I can't remember? And why did you change?

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#805308 - 01/25/04 10:11 PM Re: What are you making (having) for dinner  
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I dunno. I'm just such a fashion maven. wink

#805309 - 01/26/04 06:52 AM Re: What are you making (having) for dinner  
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Now who stole Larry's hat...and my...

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#805310 - 01/26/04 07:06 AM Re: What are you making (having) for dinner  
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She was wearing a tin hat to shield her brain from electromagnetic psychotronic mind control carriers.


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#805311 - 01/26/04 11:43 AM Re: What are you making (having) for dinner  
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Haven't decided for tonight. Last night was lamb stew served over rice, washed down with good beer.

I like the cookbook idea ! Two fav's are from food critic Mark Bittman:

How To Cook Everything

and The Minimalist Cooks Dinner


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#805312 - 01/26/04 12:09 PM Re: What are you making (having) for dinner  
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Nah, Kathy changes her avatars like she changes her underwear. First she raises a stink.... wink

On to cookbooks...The River Road series is good, and a must in any Bayou kitchen.

We stick more to farm or country type cooking, so I can't compete with JF or Penny, but we don't go hungry.


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#805313 - 01/26/04 02:34 PM Re: What are you making (having) for dinner  
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And how would you even know I wear underwear, Jolly?
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Don't know if that's a declaratory statement, or an invitation, but I believe I'll pass either way.

I also find it rather amusing that such behavior has been uncovered in a "what's for dinner" thread....


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#805315 - 01/26/04 07:05 PM Re: What are you making (having) for dinner  
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#805316 - 01/26/04 07:16 PM Re: What are you making (having) for dinner  
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Oops. Double post.

#805317 - 01/26/04 07:22 PM Re: What are you making (having) for dinner  
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And how would you even know I wear underwear, Jolly?
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That smilie made me laugh out loud. laugh Even beats Larry's.

By the way kathy, you do know that Jolly can reach out and get you from his monitor, don't you? wink

#805318 - 01/27/04 12:37 PM Re: What are you making (having) for dinner  
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Okay, I'm returning this thread to its topic. Too good a topic to let go by the wayside.

I roasted the best chicken I've ever done last night. After rubbing the whole thing with salt, I then brushed butter over the breast and legs, then rubbed fresh minced rosemary, crushed garlic and a little salt under the skin of the breasts and legs - this is key - the herb mix was all rubbed under the skin so the flavors really infused the meat, and the skin with the butter, was browned and delicious.

P.S. Bcarey, I've learned to duck! :p

#805319 - 01/27/04 01:30 PM Re: What are you making (having) for dinner  
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and that is an example of a provocative recipe.


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#805320 - 01/27/04 03:19 PM Re: What are you making (having) for dinner  
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Okay, I'm returning this thread to its topic. Too good a topic to let go by the wayside.

What..... you got something against my dinner guest?


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#805321 - 01/27/04 10:23 PM Re: What are you making (having) for dinner  
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Okay, Larry, I bite -- who is she?

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Larry,

She looks way too familiar...I hope she's not your wife... laugh whome laugh

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Well, being iced in for the past couple of days has gotten my cooking juices flowing.

Yesterday, baked a couple loaves of bread, and then to take advantage of the warm oven, followed that up with a Homestyle Meatloaf, along with homemade Marinara Sauce.

Today, felt like a potato soup day. It's simmering on the stove now, will be added the shredded cheddar cheese shortly before I have it. Will be having a bowl of that along with a slice of the bread I baked yesterday.


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#805324 - 01/27/04 11:11 PM Re: What are you making (having) for dinner  
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Okay, Larry, I bite -- who is she?
That's Jamey! Don't you recognize her???


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#805325 - 01/27/04 11:12 PM Re: What are you making (having) for dinner  
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A nice diversion from kathyk's vertical smiley.


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#805326 - 01/27/04 11:28 PM Re: What are you making (having) for dinner  
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Okay, Larry, I bite -- who is she?

Her name is Jamey. Passed that, I ain't admittin' *nothing*........


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#805327 - 01/27/04 11:37 PM Re: What are you making (having) for dinner  
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Life isn't measured by the breaths you take. Life is measured by the things that left you breathless
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I guess I'm clueless here.

Who's Jamey?

confused


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#805329 - 01/28/04 02:07 AM Re: What are you making (having) for dinner  
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She's just a very good friend of mine. I was making a joke on the title of the thread. In other words, I was being a perv.....


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