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#805480 - 09/24/04 04:16 PM Re: What are you making (having) for dinner  
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Bluefish poached in lemon juice and (5 minutes before done) topped with dill and yogurt. Rice. Spinach with a dash of balsamic vinegar. Brancott Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc. (Hey, where's MattG anyway?)

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Did kathy cook that, Jack? She sounds like a good one.

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#805481 - 09/24/04 04:24 PM Re: What are you making (having) for dinner  
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Improv is away fishing this weekend. Dinner is Kellogg's Fruit Harvest. laugh

JF, Matt is in New Mexico on vacation. Hope he's enjoying a fine meal of southwest cuisine while there...


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#805482 - 09/24/04 04:29 PM Re: What are you making (having) for dinner  
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Originally posted by Jack Frost:
[b] Bluefish poached in lemon juice and (5 minutes before done) topped with dill and yogurt. Rice. Spinach with a dash of balsamic vinegar. Brancott Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc. (Hey, where's MattG anyway?)

jf
Did kathy cook that, Jack? She sounds like a good one. [/b]
I am the cook du jour.

jf


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#805483 - 09/24/04 04:38 PM Re: What are you making (having) for dinner  
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thumb Then you sound like a good one. smile

#805484 - 09/25/04 03:34 PM Re: What are you making (having) for dinner  
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Small eye roast beef, served with horshradish on the side, studded with garlic slices, baked yukon gold potatoes (choice of yogurt, butter or -my favorite--just pepper), salad of baby greens with raspberry vinegrette, fresh sliced tomatoes from the garden, portabello mushrooms sauteed in butter, and a nondescrpt merlot that I already opened and is not something I will buy again (but it will do).

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#805485 - 09/25/04 04:08 PM Re: What are you making (having) for dinner  
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Originally posted by Jack Frost:
Small eye roast beef, served with horshradish on the side, studded with garlic slices, baked yukon gold potatoes (choice of yogurt, butter or -my favorite--just pepper), salad of baby greens with raspberry vinegrette, fresh sliced tomatoes from the garden, portabello mushrooms sauteed in butter, and a nondescrpt merlot that I already opened and is not something I will buy again (but it will do).

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Jack,

If you and I were gay you'd be my girlfriend in a heartbeat. laugh

#805486 - 09/25/04 06:01 PM Re: What are you making (having) for dinner  
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But I am VERY VERY hetrosexual, Tom. (And I only cook on weekends.)

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#805487 - 09/25/04 06:04 PM Re: What are you making (having) for dinner  
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See The Boys are Camping thread.

I feel kinda sick at the moment...

laugh laugh laugh

#805488 - 09/25/04 06:06 PM Re: What are you making (having) for dinner  
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See The Boys are Camping thread.

I feel kinda sick at the moment...

laugh laugh laugh
You mean from all that chocolate...?

jf


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#805489 - 09/26/04 03:00 PM Re: What are you making (having) for dinner  
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I'm fixing shrimp creole. Yum yum yum 3hearts

#805490 - 09/26/04 03:23 PM Re: What are you making (having) for dinner  
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grilled NY strip steaks and a salad made with Romaine, fresh pineapple bits, pine nuts, green onion tops and a viniagrette dressing.


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#805491 - 09/26/04 03:33 PM Re: What are you making (having) for dinner  
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I keep peeking at this thread hoping to see what JF is whipping up. No such luck - drats! Kitchen time for me - sans ideas. frown

#805492 - 09/26/04 03:34 PM Re: What are you making (having) for dinner  
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I have enough basil to make 2 gallons of pesto and freeze 20 baggies. I am always terrified I will not have enough basil and allot more and more of the garden to it yearly. 22 plants this year!
Apple I have done the same thing for the last ten years and then last year, after processing all the basil and packing my baggies, I felt really sick..almmost as though the basil (which IS very strong) gave me some toxic reaction, and after that I really didn't want to eat it for almost a year. Recently gave a dozen baggies of frozen pesto to a friend who was cooking for her whole church--I just wanted to get rid of it.

I am starting to enjoy it again, but only grew two plants this year, so there won't be much to process.

jf


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#805493 - 09/26/04 05:03 PM Re: What are you making (having) for dinner  
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burp.

Oh, excuse me. That was good.

#805494 - 09/26/04 05:13 PM Re: What are you making (having) for dinner  
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I keep peeking at this thread hoping to see what JF is whipping up. No such luck - drats! Kitchen time for me - sans ideas. frown
Kitchen time for you on a Sunday night? As if. Let me hold my breath.

Chicken pieces marinated in tamari, lemon juice and (lots of) garlic. Baked in same with basting every five minutes. Thinly sliced grown-by-me cukes in balsamic vingar and salt. Steamed broc. Thai chili flavored noodles (ok, I admit, a package, but very good, and I wouldn't even mention this meal if I had not been slandered!)

So there.

PS. I love my wife very much.

jf


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#805495 - 09/29/04 12:25 PM Re: What are you making (having) for dinner  
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NOT chicken...

Family Chicken Feud Turns to Gun Battle
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

Published: September 29, 2004
Filed at 11:07 a.m. ET

BLUEWELL, West Virgina (AP) -- A family meal erupted into a gun battle after a father and son clashed over how to cook chicken.

The two men argued Sunday over the best way to prepare skinless chicken for dinner.

``It started out as a physical confrontation, but it escalated until both of them were shooting at each other,'' Detective Sgt. A.D. Beasley of the Mercer County Sheriff's Department said Monday.

Beasley said each man fired a .22-caliber handgun at the other. Harley Shrader was struck by a bullet that went through the upper part of his right ear and lodged in the back of his head. He was treated at a hospital and released. The elder Shrader was not injured.

Jackie Lee Shrader, 49, was charged with malicious wounding and wanton endangerment. Harley Lee Shrader, 24, was charged with wanton endangerment.


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#805496 - 09/29/04 01:30 PM Re: What are you making (having) for dinner  
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Actually, I have a similar violent reaction to chicken (except Southern Fried wink )

P.S. barbequed Porterhouse steak (including the fillet) tonight, plus corn on the cob (swimming in butter) and tomato salad. smile


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#805497 - 09/29/04 01:32 PM Re: What are you making (having) for dinner  
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chili :t:


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chili? ground meat or chunks? What kind of peppers? (Drooling on my keyboard.)


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#805499 - 09/29/04 01:55 PM Re: What are you making (having) for dinner  
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Actually my chili is excellent.. I add 1 bunch of chopped cilantro, a couple tablespoons of freshly ground dill seed (grow it) with 2 kinds of peppers arbol chilis and bigger green ones, kind of hot - not sweet, plenty of tomatoes, beans, ground meat, garlic cumin.


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I'm checking the airline schedule for flights to Kansas.


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#805501 - 09/29/04 02:29 PM Re: What are you making (having) for dinner  
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and corn pudding on the side.. a real lo-cal dinner. Plan to come next May.


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Plan to come next May.
I assume you'll be on travel then, right? wink

(Just had the steak et al. Contented ... for now.)


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#805503 - 09/29/04 08:28 PM Re: What are you making (having) for dinner  
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I remember the first time I ordered a bowl of chili at a horse show in Texas. I just got a bowl of meat, no beans! :rolleyes: I've learned a lot since then.


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#805504 - 03/15/05 02:40 PM Re: What are you making (having) for dinner  
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I'm giving Matt's pot roast a shot, since JF never did and I have a skinny college boy home for the week in need of fattening. I blush to say, however, it is non-gourmand style. Didn't have fresh herbs, so using dry and can't find caraway seeds in my pantry, but never much cared for them anyway. Plenty of red wine, though! So, we'll see - I'll report back.

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Speaking of the DEVIL,

Where is JF these days?


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#805506 - 03/15/05 02:58 PM Re: What are you making (having) for dinner  
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#805507 - 03/15/05 03:19 PM Re: What are you making (having) for dinner  
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vegetarian beans nuked in the office kitchen with soy hot dogs also nuked w/ barbeque sauce.


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sounds good to me ... except for the soy hot dogs. eek


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An Amish dish -- noodles and chicken with mushrooms, celery, carrots and a sauce made with chicken stock and milk and topped with shredded parmesan cheese.


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