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Re:What are you cooking? 2011/02/04 22:28:16 (permalink)
Hoping for pics, Bob. My grill is covered in 3 feet of snow....
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Re:What are you cooking? 2011/02/05 07:57:06 (permalink)
Yes, Bob please post some pics so I can be inspired! I do grill all year long but the past few weeks it has been hard keeping ahead of the ice and snow. It's snowing right now and will continue all day with freezing rain. And I have some beautiful porterhouse steaks in my freezer waiting until I can chisel my way into my grill!!
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Re:What are you cooking? 2011/02/05 08:12:02 (permalink)
Senate Bean Soup.
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Re:What are you cooking? 2011/02/05 11:22:24 (permalink)
Making some Lasagna Cupcakes for tomorrow
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Re:What are you cooking? 2011/02/05 13:37:26 (permalink)
Will be having tacos and nachos tonight. The grandgirls are here and this is there favorite thing for me to make for them.
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Re:What are you cooking? 2011/02/05 13:55:36 (permalink)
Scorereader, that sounds really good.  Do you have a standard recipe you follow or were you winging it?
 
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Re:What are you cooking? 2011/02/05 15:22:38 (permalink)
Lasagne CUPCAKES?
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Re:What are you cooking? 2011/02/05 15:48:20 (permalink)
I read about the Lasagna cupcakes... hope they taste better than they look.
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Re:What are you cooking? 2011/02/05 16:19:40 (permalink)
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Lasagne CUPCAKES?

They are really good. They call them cupcakes because they are made in muffin pan.  We make batchs of them, they freeze well and for a lunch for one are great. They are made with wonton wrappers instead of regular lasagna noodles. Your best sauce,meat or veggie. whatever you want to do. Found this recipe over a year ago. But good start. we use more  wrappers than they call for.

http://www.food.com/recipe/lasagna-cupcakes-308716
 
 
 
 
 
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Re:What are you cooking? 2011/02/05 16:20:27 (permalink)
Tonight we are featuring a Fra Diavolo Sauce with lobster, shrimp and scallops over angel hair pasta.
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Re:What are you cooking? 2011/02/05 17:14:49 (permalink)
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Tonight we are featuring a Fra Diavolo Sauce with lobster, shrimp and scallops over angel hair pasta.

Joe, I thought you were a Window Contractor, you have a Restaurant Too? Or do you eat extremely well at home??


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Re:What are you cooking? 2011/02/05 17:28:46 (permalink)
it "panes" me to think how he'll answer that.
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Re:What are you cooking? 2011/02/05 17:37:24 (permalink)
I put a pot of beef vegetable soup on to simmer about 2 hours ago and in another 90 minutes or so it should be ready.  The house already smells great...I'm deliberately leaving the exhaust fan turned off.
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Re:What are you cooking? 2011/02/05 18:33:35 (permalink)
I did all my super bowl prep tonight, so I am cooked out.Luckily, I had some italian beef au jus leftover, and some chicken dumpling soup to go with the hot beef and provolone sandwiches.
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Re:What are you cooking? 2011/02/05 20:48:51 (permalink)
I made a Bolognese style lasagna. I had some left over Chianti braised beef short ribs with gravy in the freezer. Very often I use something like this or left over pot roast & gravy to make a version of pastitsio.
Since I had lasagna style pasta, I  combined the left over short ribs and gravy with some spaghetti sauce. I then made a bechamel sauce and layered it, with the cooked pasta, meat and sauce. I covered it in foil and after cooking in the oven at 375  for 45 minutes I removed the foil and sprinkled it with grated parmesan cheese. Back in the oven for 20 more minutes.  It came out great! I will definately make this again!
 
 

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Re:What are you cooking? 2011/02/06 08:45:27 (permalink)
Oh my God, agnesrob-looks and sounds fantastic!!
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Re:What are you cooking? 2011/02/06 08:59:44 (permalink)
Thanks Ann, I'm actually having a piece for my breakfast!
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Re:What are you cooking? 2011/02/06 10:01:38 (permalink)
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joerogo

Tonight we are featuring a Fra Diavolo Sauce with lobster, shrimp and scallops over angel hair pasta.

Joe, I thought you were a Window Contractor, you have a Restaurant Too? Or do you eat extremely well at home??

 
Everybody who walks through my doors says "This is my favorite restaurant".
 
I love to cook, but my cooking is very one dimensional.....Italian.  Nobody ever complained though  
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Re:What are you cooking? 2011/02/06 10:27:52 (permalink)
Any leftovers to be had, Joe?
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Re:What are you cooking? 2011/02/06 11:03:50 (permalink)
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Any leftovers to be had, Joe?

 
Nothing!  As long as there is food, nobody will go home I looked over at the stove, and my buddy was wiping down the pot with a piece of bread
 
Wish I was close enough to stop by for one of your Italian Beef sandwiches.
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Re:What are you cooking? 2011/02/06 16:43:12 (permalink)
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I made a Bolognese style lasagna. I had some left over Chianti braised beef short ribs with gravy in the freezer. Very often I use something like this or left over pot roast & gravy to make a version of pastitsio.
Since I had lasagna style pasta, I  combined the left over short ribs and gravy with some spaghetti sauce. I then made a bechamel sauce and layered it, with the cooked pasta, meat and sauce. I covered it in foil and after cooking in the oven at 375  for 45 minutes I removed the foil and sprinkled it with grated parmesan cheese. Back in the oven for 20 more minutes.  It came out great! I will definately make this again!




WOW!!

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