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Re:What's For DINNER ...??? 2012/10/17 13:38:09 (permalink)
Fantastic! Thanks so much-Bob will love them!
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Re:What's For DINNER ...??? 2012/10/17 22:26:52 (permalink)
Storms rolled through tonight with a cool front on the way so I wanted some comfort food - hamburger steaks with mushroom and onion sauce, smashed potatoes skins on - and green beans in garlic butter.
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Re:What's For DINNER ...??? 2012/10/17 22:45:05 (permalink)
Knowing the next time I'll be able to cook is Monday, I figured I should make a huge casserole. Broccoli, chicken, and creamy cheesy gooeyness.
 

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Re:What's For DINNER ...??? 2012/10/18 08:38:43 (permalink)
Did you top it with breadcrumbs or croutons?  Looks tasty but I think you could've added a few more mushrooms.
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Re:What's For DINNER ...??? 2012/10/18 13:52:53 (permalink)
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I'm almost embarrassed to share, ann, since it's so stupid. But they are really, really good. You can also use cheddar instead of Parmesan, and if I do that I usually add about 6-8 slices of cooked, crumbled bacon into the layers.

6 medium white potatoes, halved and sliced 1/2-inch thick
1 medium onion, roughly chopped
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/2 cup peppercorn ranch dressing
1/2 cup Parmesan cheese (the kind in the can is fine)

Place potato slices, onion and salt in a large pot; cover with water and bring to a boil.
Reduce heat to medium-high, cover and simmer 15 minutes, stirring occasionally.
When potatoes are tender; drain mixture well.
Preheat oven to 375F; grease a large casserole (3 quart).
Place 1/3 of the potato-onion mixture in bottom of casserole; drizzle with 1/3 of ranch dressing and sprinkle with 1/3 of Parmesan.
Repeat layers until all ingredients are gone.
Cover casserole and bake at 375F for 20 minutes; remove cover and bake an additional 10 minutes.

 
felix, I had to print that off.  It looks like it would work with many types of cheeses.
 
I wish I was your next door neighbor.  Then you could call me up and say "Boy, I made way too much of this and would hate to see it to go to waste.  Could you help me out a little?"
 
I would help you out a lot.
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Re:What's For DINNER ...??? 2012/10/18 23:48:52 (permalink)
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Did you top it with breadcrumbs or croutons?  Looks tasty but I think you could've added a few more mushrooms.

I used to, but my mother can have almost no carbs, so I leave off the crumbs now. Just top it with a bit more cheese the last few minutes of baking now. I love cheese. I added a 4.5 ounce jar of sliced mushrooms in addition to the cream of mushroom soup.
 
@ easydoesit: You'd be over a LOT. I don't have any idea how to cook for two people, so at minimum I usually make enough for four. Usually eight. I typically plan leftovers for at least one dinner, and have a bunch of meals in the freezer to take to work.
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Re:What's For DINNER ...??? 2012/10/19 15:39:24 (permalink)
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Did you top it with breadcrumbs or croutons?  Looks tasty but I think you could've added a few more mushrooms.

I used to, but my mother can have almost no carbs, so I leave off the crumbs now. Just top it with a bit more cheese the last few minutes of baking now. I love cheese. I added a 4.5 ounce jar of sliced mushrooms in addition to the cream of mushroom soup.

@ easydoesit: You'd be over a LOT. I don't have any idea how to cook for two people, so at minimum I usually make enough for four. Usually eight. I typically plan leftovers for at least one dinner, and have a bunch of meals in the freezer to take to work.

 
I do dishes, have done so ever since I was tall enough to get dragged over to the sink.  I am good at the job, and would get them really clean, in gratitude for your kindness!
 
 
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Re:What's For DINNER ...??? 2012/10/19 15:54:47 (permalink)
My partner made a very cheesy variation of Welsh Rarebit (sp?) due to a craving of comfort food on a rainy chilly night. It was absolutely delicious and I wound up licking the cheese sauce off of the pot. The recipe came off Alton Brown's page and I said the next morning...."that was so absolutely delicious but please don't save this recipe and make it again... I just cannot eat like this anymore" I'm 66 and don't have any dietary restrictions but I could feel the arteries clogging as I happily ate. 
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Re:What's For DINNER ...??? 2012/10/19 16:07:54 (permalink)
Years ago the Press Club of Charleston (West Virginia) served Welsh Rabbit from one of its lunch menus and I always loved it. I still make it the way they did. That is, I serve the rabbit over two rashers of bacon, sliced tomatoes and toast points. It's one of my favorite things.
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Re:What's For DINNER ...??? 2012/10/19 16:14:32 (permalink)
Last night lleechef made us paninni with prosciutto di Parma, roasted red peppers, basil leaves and sharp provolone. Magnificent.
 
Tonight she's doing roasted bone-in chicken breasts with fingerling potatoes and roasted Brussels sprouts. My mouth is already watering.
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Re:What's For DINNER ...??? 2012/10/19 16:54:32 (permalink)
Our recipe had no rabbits involved!! We made it with toast on the bottom and cheese sauce spread over, not as a fondue. Robert Irvine recipe and not Alton as I said last post, partner just cam e home from work so I could ask. 
 
http://www.foodnetwork.co...ebit-recipe/index.html
 
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Re:What's For DINNER ...??? 2012/10/19 16:56:57 (permalink)
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Last night lleechef made us paninni with prosciutto di Parma, roasted red peppers, basil leaves and sharp provolone. Magnificent.

Tonight she's doing roasted bone-in chicken breasts with fingerling potatoes and roasted Brussels sprouts. My mouth is already watering.

 
Michael, we are all envious! Especially me who has a vegetarian partner. 
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Re:What's For DINNER ...??? 2012/10/19 17:19:07 (permalink)
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Our recipe had no rabbits involved!! We made it with toast on the bottom and cheese sauce spread over, not as a fondue. Robert Irvine recipe and not Alton as I said last post, partner just cam e home from work so I could ask. 

http://www.foodnetwork.co...ebit-recipe/index.html


Welsh Rabbit has no rabbits. It's cheese sauce. It was called Welsh Rabbit by those British who were putting down the people of Wales.

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Re:What's For DINNER ...??? 2012/10/19 17:46:16 (permalink)
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Last night lleechef made us paninni with prosciutto di Parma, roasted red peppers, basil leaves and sharp provolone. Magnificent.

Tonight she's doing roasted bone-in chicken breasts with fingerling potatoes and roasted Brussels sprouts. My mouth is already watering.


Michael, we are all envious! Especially me who has a vegetarian partner. 

Oh, I forgot about the vegetarianism you deal with. Well, I did say we're having fingerling potatoes and Brussels sprouts. They'd go beautifully with grilled portobellos.

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Re:What's For DINNER ...??? 2012/10/23 18:44:32 (permalink)
Hooray for having time and energy to cook again! Balsamic peppered chicken, dressed peas, and steamed broccoli.
 

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Re:What's For DINNER ...??? 2012/10/23 21:55:38 (permalink)
Felix, that looks healthy!
 
I picked up dinner from Andre's Italian Restaurant.  It's like no Italian restaurant you've ever eaten at.
 
I had the quarter chicken with spaghetti and mushroom sauce all over both.  Ordered a salad to go with it.
 
I noticed that on Tuesdays they serve lamb shanks so I picked up dinner for my mother.  It's one of her favorite meals.
 
Italian restaurant, French name and a mostly Japanese clientelle.  I love this place!
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Re:What's For DINNER ...??? 2012/10/23 22:11:47 (permalink)
Dutch babies with lemon wedges and vanilla sugar.
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Re:What's For DINNER ...??? 2012/10/24 15:31:28 (permalink)
Yesterday was Taco Tuesday (again)...
 
And once again I had tacos for ALL 3 MEALS...!!!
 
Yup...breakfast, lunch, & dinner...it's like a dream come true...
 
I did this a few weeks ago, and decided to have another go at it...
 
Mucho Bueno...!!!
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Re:What's For DINNER ...??? 2012/10/24 19:35:42 (permalink)
if...  you make them yourself. 
 
If it's Del Taco's Taco Tuesday I'll leave them all for you.
 
Had a late lunch at a small chain south of here that I don't want to revisit.
 
I had the salad wedge with blue cheese, bacon and Caesar dressing.  That was good.
 
I ordered a cup of the minestrone soup to go with it.  Has anyone here had minestrone that was put through a blender or mixed with a wand?
 
I at first thought they'd given me the split pea by mistake and gee was it dark.
 
It probably would have been better.
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Re:What's For DINNER ...??? 2012/10/24 20:12:18 (permalink)
Tonight dinner got preempted by a nap, so we're going to swing by Steak and Shake on my way back to work tonight. It happens.
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Re:What's For Dinner TONIGHT...??? 2012/10/25 12:57:05 (permalink)
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Nope..no extra bread!  I just whittled away at the Pastrami until it was down to "sandwich size" and then ate it!  Of course I had to dip EVERY delish bite into the spicy brown mustard first!  
Thinking perhaps the sandwich wouldnt be enough I ordered ONE potato Latke as well!  BIGgggggggg  mistake!  The darn thing was the size of the entire plate and a meal all in itself! LOL



BTW......I dont know if the Pastrami was hand cut or machine cut!
IF you think mine was/is big they also sell a TRIPLE!  

Sorry--I'm a little late--but was that latke as delicious as it looks?
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Re:What's For DINNER ...??? 2012/10/25 13:03:09 (permalink)
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Yesterday was Taco Tuesday (again)...

And once again I had tacos for ALL 3 MEALS...!!!
Were the tacos identical or did you change it up with each meal?
 
I'll bet Mar would eat Harold's tacos 3 times a day if she could.
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Re:What's For DINNER ...??? 2012/10/25 15:08:36 (permalink)
Brad, you might win that bet but there are qualifications for my partaking.
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Re:What's For DINNER ...??? 2012/10/25 16:11:17 (permalink)
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Michael, we are all envious! Especially me who has a vegetarian partner. 

Oh, I forgot about the vegetarianism you deal with. Well, I did say we're having fingerling potatoes and Brussels sprouts. They'd go beautifully with grilled portobellos.

 
I used to cook two separate entrees but I caved and now we eat the same thing however lunch is on my own so today I had a small steak. On weekends I usually eat at least one meat meal out. Tonight we are having lentil soup. 
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Re:What's For DINNER ...??? 2012/10/25 21:44:57 (permalink)
It was a Tito's Taco night.
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Re:What's For DINNER ...??? 2012/10/25 23:44:01 (permalink)
5lbs of steamers, potato salad & garlic bread
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Re:What's For DINNER ...??? 2012/10/26 00:30:02 (permalink)
Left to my own devices, I had a plate full o' carbs and fat. Baked potato (with butter, cheddar, Tabasco, sour cream and garlic salt), Grands southern-style biscuits with butter and honey, and some angel hair pasta tossed with olive oil garlic and Parmesan.
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Re:What's For DINNER ...??? 2012/10/26 08:53:17 (permalink)
The use of olive oil qualifies that as a healthy meal.
 
Last Sunday I grilled a beef arm roast so last night I made stroganoff with the leftovers.
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Re:What's For DINNER ...??? 2012/10/26 14:18:44 (permalink)
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The use of olive oil qualifies that as a healthy meal.


Excellent!
 
Tonight I'm doing a hamburger casserole, which I'll only get the leftovers from after I get out of work, but it reheats well.
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Re:What's For DINNER ...??? 2012/10/27 04:19:02 (permalink)
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BackRhodes

Yesterday was Taco Tuesday (again)...

And once again I had tacos for ALL 3 MEALS...!!!

Were the tacos identical or did you change it up with each meal?
I'll bet Mar would eat Harold's tacos 3 times a day if she could.

 
Not only different each time, but also in 3 different cities...and Carne Asada each time...
 
Mar, there aren't any "Del taco" in Mendocino County...we're a VERY rural county...(biggest city is 15,000 population)...
 
I eat where the Mexican Campesino's eat & avoid gringo taco's...(TRUE Mexican tacos don't have lettuce, cheese, or sourcream)...
 
Some of the best Mexican food I had was working in the wine industry, and the Mexicans were very willing to share their food at lunch, and it was as authentic as it gets...simple but tasty...
 


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