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Old 07-31-2011, 10:47 PM   #1541
 
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We had some great Southern pulled pork bbq sandwiches, cole slaw, and peach cobbler from a festival in my hometown. I have been craving this food for weeks waiting for the festival.
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Sisters Sunday dinner was at my house again, so I made Italian Wedding Cookies and a big fruit salad. My younger sis brought a bunch of stuff from the Strip District in Pittsburgh - bread, meats and cheeses, dried figs, nuts, olives, dips and spreads. Super good dinner.
How jealous I am of your dinner, that sounds delicious!

I simply had chow mein noodles with sliced beef in a savory sauce w/ mushrooms, peppers, onions and cabbage.


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We had some great Southern pulled pork bbq sandwiches, cole slaw, and peach cobbler from a festival in my hometown. I have been craving this food for weeks waiting for the festival.
My mom's eyes would have glazed over; she had pulled pork bbq in North Carolina. Maryland's simply does not compare.


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We had some great Southern pulled pork bbq sandwiches, cole slaw, and peach cobbler from a festival in my hometown. I have been craving this food for weeks waiting for the festival.
My mom's eyes would have glazed over; she had pulled pork bbq in North Carolina. Maryland's simply does not compare.


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We had some great Southern pulled pork bbq sandwiches, cole slaw, and peach cobbler from a festival in my hometown. I have been craving this food for weeks waiting for the festival.
My mom's eyes would have glazed over; she had pulled pork bbq in North Carolina. Maryland's simply does not compare.


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I'm from TN.
Never been but wanna go. I'm sure the food was better still.


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Jeep, that sounds like so much fun and looks tasty!

We had leftover pizza after another late day of doing some yard work. And the last of the pineapple upside down cake for dessert.
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Sisters Sunday dinner was at my house again, so I made Italian Wedding Cookies and a big fruit salad. My younger sis brought a bunch of stuff from the Strip District in Pittsburgh - bread, meats and cheeses, dried figs, nuts, olives, dips and spreads. Super good dinner.
Oh wow...that is my kind of dinner!!
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Chicago dog.
DP w/ vanilla.
Tator tots w/ chez.
I sooo wanted a beer, but hubby didn't get me one...boooo!

Tonite will be deli supreme pizza w/ x-tra moz.
Tom I will be off.
Wed hopefully date nite!
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Old 08-01-2011, 11:24 AM   #1549
 
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Honey Mustard-Glazed Salmon with Lentils & Kale

Edit. Omg it's good.
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Old 08-01-2011, 11:32 AM   #1550
 
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He's the type that learns to do something by reading about it. So he's gotten these "cook books" that are more about the science & the why, and what different stuff is.

He made Cheez-It crusted porkchops a while ago, they were divine. It was just a oh I read about this and I thought it would work with that kind of thing.
Are they actual cookbooks? That sounds like a good way to get the hubby AND kids cooking!

I'm dining with two preteen boys tonight, and they have chosen margherita pizza, watermelon and MnMs for dinner.
Here is the other book that the husband has been reading On Food and Cooking
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Old 08-02-2011, 07:21 PM   #1551
 
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Taking the leftover carne asada steak and grilled veggies from fa-geee-tahs the other night and making burritos, Spanish rice (what differentiates Spanish rice from Mexican rice?? I don't know what to call this, it's a recipe I made up), guacamole and chips.

Very much looking forward to dessert because DH stopped at this little fancy chocolate shop yesterday and got an assortment of goodies for me. Caramel chocolate in the shape of a mushroom is the choice for tonight!! It's so darn cute it will almost be hard to eat it.
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Weird supper tonite - terra chips and salsa, celery with blue cheese dip, and many italian wedding cookies (hey I had to test them since they are for an event not just for me. hee.)
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beef stew over white rice, yum!
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Spanish rice is flavored with saffron and tumeric (yellow rice)
Mexican rice is tomato based and stronger flavored usually cumin(orange or red rice)
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what differentiates Spanish rice from Mexican rice??
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Spanish rice is flavored with saffron and tumeric (yellow rice)
Mexican rice is tomato based and stronger flavored usually cumin(orange or red rice)
Sounds like I made a hybrid rice! I had tumeric, cumin and tomato sauce amongst the other ingredients.

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The amount of time from slipping on the peel and landing on the pavement is exactly one bananosecond.
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what differentiates Spanish rice from Mexican rice??
lol Wile behave

Spanish rice is flavored with saffron and tumeric (yellow rice)
Mexican rice is tomato based and stronger flavored usually cumin(orange or red rice)
Sounds like I made a hybrid rice! I had tumeric, cumin and tomato sauce amongst the other ingredients.

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Sounds delicious!
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Old 08-03-2011, 07:16 AM   #1558
 
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BBQ chicken flatbread pizza with yellow peppers, onions, and fresh basil. It was awesome.
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Old 08-03-2011, 02:07 PM   #1560
 
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Tonight will be venison stew (meat, potatoes, carrots, zucchini, yellow squash, cauliflower), cornbread muffins (out of the box Jiffy mix, my fav), and local corn on the cob. I invited my guy to come to dinner so I wouldn't sit down and eat a dozen ears of corn myself, which I've been known to do. I love fresh sweet corn.
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