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What's for dinner?

Old Nov 9, 02, 1:06 pm
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<font face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif" size="2">Originally posted by blairvanhorn:
Let's not confuse Mulot with Ibis, Scotty my friend!</font>
Ibis makes tarts too?
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Old Nov 9, 02, 1:45 pm
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Going to "build your own taco" at a friend's place.

Too bad this is a non-alcoholic gathering... I've got a hankering for a good margarita right about now....
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Old Nov 9, 02, 2:03 pm
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This topic reminds me of a skit from HeeHaw years ago, when Grandpa Jones listed all the
typically Southern dishes. I made a big pot of soup similar to the pasta fazoli kind at Olive Garden, and have homemade cornbread cornbread in the oven.

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Old Nov 9, 02, 2:14 pm
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<font face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif" size="2">Originally posted by flowerchild:
[B ...I made a big pot of soup similar to the pasta fazoli kind at Olive Garden... [/B]</font>
Willing to post the soup recipe?

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Old Nov 9, 02, 2:25 pm
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Pumpkin soup
Veal Parm
Terra Warra Pinot Noir
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Old Nov 9, 02, 3:04 pm
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Up here in Big Wonderful the skies have been cloudy all day. The deer and antelopes ain't playin. Haven't heard a discouraging word, but the Pokes are in Provo.

I'm contrary and inspired cuz of this FT thread. Checked the freezer....looks like:

Filet mignon and salmon. Zapped red potato and cut corn. Got some Moose Juice stout.

Have a great weekend! Count your blessings cuz I'll be studying for a pavement design exam. Arcane even by Civil Eng. standards!
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Old Nov 9, 02, 6:34 pm
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I really don't feel like making dinnner. I have nothing in the refrigerator since this is the only night in the first 21 days of November that I have an opportunity to make dinner... And somehow I ran out of both chili and split pea soup care packages in the freezer, how the **** did that happen?

Maybe some Crown Royal and 7-up will give me some ideas...
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Old Nov 9, 02, 6:42 pm
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Leftover deep fried turkey

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Old Nov 9, 02, 7:08 pm
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Entree: Grilled Skirt Steak marinated in Ponzu, served over white Japanese rice.

Vegetable: Wok sautéed bok choy and celery w/a touch of sesame oil.
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Old Nov 9, 02, 8:11 pm
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It was going to be swordfish, but when we got to the fish market they had some incredible looking scallops, so it was au Gratin Sea Scallops Calypso (from a Princess cruise line cookbook) and soprasetta over angel hair pasta.

Much better then the swordfish would have been, and lots of leftovers for the week.

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Old Nov 9, 02, 8:55 pm
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Frozen Chinese (pork, veggie, mushroom)dumplings.... I boiled them first, of course.
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Old Nov 9, 02, 9:01 pm
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<font face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif" size="2">Originally posted by bnaboy:
Hi Squeaker!

Dinner sounds excellent in The City tonight.
. bnaboy and the 5 kids feasted on leftover pizza tonight. I promise it was NOT North Beach either.
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then ya gotta come back for some REAL pizza!

bring the family next time!


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Old Nov 9, 02, 10:00 pm
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<font face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif" size="2">Originally posted by cblaisd:
Willing to post the soup recipe?

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I have a recipe somehwere for a similiar soup too. One of my childhood favorites that my mom used to make. I will see if I can find it.

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Old Nov 10, 02, 12:01 am
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I love that Olive Garden soup! Please post the recipe and thanks!
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Old Nov 10, 02, 12:16 am
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What's for supper?

I ask my g/f this all the time... except, subsitute supper for dinner and add a five letter word at the end...

I only hit her because I love her

(just kidding!!!)

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