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What's for Dinner?

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He died in 2001 at the age of 87. Not sure what cause of death was.

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His show was a ton of fun.

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Tonight was burgers and steamed stringbeans with lemon juice.

Tomorrow is marinated chicken parts, with a marinade of ginger,garlic, soy sauce & sesame oil, along with some spinach sauteed with some sesame seeds.

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Now if I can keep myself out of the chocolate chip cookie brittle that Alison made for me and Randy.... (once I start with that stuff, I don't stop).

why don't you save it--you never know when you might have company who would really, really love to try some.

really. :)

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There's not much left, I'm afraid. :w

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then you should probably just put it away and save it for that rainy day company.

seriously...

^_^

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then you should probably just put it away and save it for that rainy day company.

seriously...

^_^

Rachel, I can always make you your own batch. All you have to do is ask!

Alison

:)

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Hey Alison! It's nice to see you here with your own screen name; you need to post like mad now.

Your chocolate chip cookie brittle sounds so good. ( I bet it's totally history by now. ^_^ ) I would love the recipe!

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then you should probably just put it away and save it for that rainy day company.

seriously...

^_^

Rachel, I can always make you your own batch. All you have to do is ask!

Alison

:)

I don't feel so bad now, having polished off my batch this evening. :blush:

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Tonight's dinner: Tonjiru, which is miso soup with thinly sliced pork and burdock added, along with leek, potato, and carrot. Canteloupe as an appetizer and a Moretti Rosso to wash it all down.

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Friday night. I made up a batch of my late mom's potato-corn chowder. A couple modifications- I start with a couple slices of diced bacon in the pot- when it's crispy, I add the onions, then the potatoes and some water/chicken broth. Later I add the corn, seasoning (Old Bay!) and then I add shrimp, clams, crabmeat and some chopped up pollock (or whatever fish I end up with), so it becomes a fish chowder. Even though I live in the midwest and therefore have to use some canned seafood, I must say it's still mighty tasty.

Comfort food for a chilly evening. Cheers! :)

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Unagi sushi. Lots of wine to go with.

Wife's pulling a late one at work. I'm home with the cats. Ayler's at top volume. The cats don't seem to mind.

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Saturday's dinner was sausage & chicken Jambalaya

Sunday was Chicken cutlets with dry spices on the grill, a tomato salad(olive oil, salt/pepper, garlic & parsley)

Tonight was country-style ribs marinated in soy sauce, sesame oil, garlic & ginger, & broccolli stir-fried with garlic, ginger, sesame oil & soy sauce.

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Sweet potato chili, courtesy of Lonson/Lon/Jazzbo.

Thanks.

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Grilled salmon with cucumber, cherry tomato, and fresh mozzarella salad.

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Tonight I am grilling some USDA Prime New York strip steaks served with brown rice and sauteed veggies.

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Grilled Red Snapper with Vera Cruz sauce (thanks, Bobby Flay) Sauteed tomato green beans and Parmigiano Reggiano crisps.

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Tonight we had tuna and mushrooms cooked with fenugreek, cumin, green chillies, coriander and various spices in a creamy sauce, plus a kind of mini Chinese cabbage we have here cooked with tomatoes, eggs, chilies , garam masala etc. Ate with white rice. Apple for desert. It was good.

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I'm going to try my hand at some tandoori style chicken tonight. My father-in-law got me an awesome set of Indian spices, so my first attempt shall be the tandoori. I don't have a 600 degree clay oven, but I think it will still be good.

I should look up how to make some naan.

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Orecchiette with asparagus tomato sauce.

On Saturday I'm doin' a beer can chicken on the new grill. :tup:cool:

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A terrific dinner tonight with my significant other before the symphony. Nice bottle of Spanish red accompanying a beet salad with seasoned goat cheese; we both had scallops, nicely pan-fried with mashed yams and kale. Yum. Symphony sucked, but the food, we remember.

Oysters three ways with Cava for New Year's, rest of the menu as of yet undetermined!

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Reuben sandwiches, fried potatos and salad. Leftover meat and spuds from the weekend. Love this time of year. :) Ann cooked 13 lbs of meat and we still have 2 uncooked briskets in the fridge. :cool:

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Rotoni with chicken & black olives in an alfredo sauce (or is that alfredson sauce?) and green beans for Zora and I tonight. Momma has a late meeting. :(

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