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What's for dinner?

Old Jan 19, 03, 9:59 am
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<font face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif" size="2">Originally posted by blairvanhorn:
Those ribs do sound delicious - but boneless?? I thought the bone is what makes ribs so tasty ... ?</font>
They were a bit different; perhaps that's why they were on sale I think they'd be even better with the bones. When the weather warms up (note to midwesterners: Here is where you insert your comments about California weather wusses who don't know what "winter" is) I will get some bone-in ones and try doing a slow-smoke instead grilling.

<font face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif" size="2">Originally posted by pynchonesque:
That sounds amazingly tasty, and I don't even like meat. (Hmm, James 1:14, anyone? )</font>
Sorry, Pynch; see James 1:16

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Old Jan 21, 03, 4:21 pm
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this is what the taller half and i will be having:


garlic roasted halibut with a mashed potato crust, some veggie- oh for artichokes to be in season, a nice salad with grilled crottin de chavignol topped apple crouton

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Old Jan 21, 03, 6:09 pm
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In the spirit of keeping stereotypes alive - I'll be having another variety of chicken for the third time in four nights.
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Old Jan 21, 03, 11:44 pm
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Tonight, omelette with tarragon and white cheddar. All that was in the house.

Yesterday, one bag Southwest peanuts -- couldn't get the second bag open.

But I had enormous, wonderful lamb shanks on the weeked, cooked by an ambitious friend.

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Old Jan 22, 03, 4:38 am
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Tonight I'm having dinner at Les Trois Petits Cochons - I'll raise a glass to Iluvparis and Canard!
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Old Jan 22, 03, 8:30 am
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Tonight I'll be in the Madison Square garden to see a Knicks game, so probably I'll be having fries and a burger for dinner tonight. I hope the game will be better than the dinner.
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Old Jan 22, 03, 9:38 am
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I will go out for dinner tonight so I think I will end up with some pasta...

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Old Jan 22, 03, 11:45 am
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Well I had chicken last night, however I had hot wings at a local restaurant while watching the Kings game. Therefore we will have to cook the fresh package of chicken in the refrigerator tonight - so once again: CHICKEN.
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Old Jan 22, 03, 2:56 pm
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Well, I could say that I made Tortiglioni with a Bolognese sauce last night.

Or, I could just tell you that I browned some ground beef and threw in some prego.

Tonight... chinese. Or maybe we'll hit the Ruby Tuesday down the street.

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Old Jan 22, 03, 7:47 pm
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Curried chickpeas and basmati rice.
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Old Jan 22, 03, 8:47 pm
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A 3-by-3, animal style, and fries, well done.

Quite possibly the world's perfect food.
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Old Jan 23, 03, 7:06 pm
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I had a V-8 and some veggie lasagna.
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Old Jan 23, 03, 10:42 pm
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<font face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif" size="2">Originally posted by blairvanhorn:
Tonight I'm having dinner at Les Trois Petits Cochons - I'll raise a glass to Iluvparis and Canard!</font>


I took my parents there a couple of years ago, back when I used to live in that neighborhood -- we all loved it. How was your meal ? Did Marlowe join you ??

Tonight I ate tomato soup. (I had a big lunch).
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Old Jan 23, 03, 11:23 pm
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<font face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif" size="2">Originally posted by Mook:
A 3-by-3, animal style, and fries, well done.

Quite possibly the world's perfect food.
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Old Jan 23, 03, 11:32 pm
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Spaghetti Carbonara made with Sizzlean and a box of wine.

Just Kidding, but soemone sent me that link recently and we tried to imagine how we would handle the situation in which we were a dinner guest in someone's home and were served Sizzlean in our pasta! :O

Actually, I had City Wok Chicken ( a spicy orange chicken dish ) from the City Wok around the corner. I'll go back and read from the beginning for some ideas for tomorrow!

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