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What's for Dinner?

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Tonight will be.........,Braciole and Gnocchi.

:wub:

No wonder you want to do his ironing :D

MG

I remember Humph remarking that Samantha was particularly fond of gnocchi :)

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Got some really nice filet mignon from Costco. They do have great meat there! Also a killer mango salsa.

Grilled one along with some corn and small red potatoes. Grilled corn is soooooo good! Soak the husk in water for a while before grilling.

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Got some really nice filet mignon from Costco. They do have great meat there! Also a killer mango salsa.

Grilled one along with some corn and small red potatoes. Grilled corn is soooooo good! Soak the husk in water for a while before grilling.

I've got to try that leaving it in the husk business some day. I do Raichlen's quick and easy version of brushing a little olive oil and butter and throwing it right on the grill.

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The husk gets all charred and turns black, but the corn is fine inside. Great flavor, much different than boiling it.

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Grilled pork chops, zucchini and yes.........., corn done "Free For All style".

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Grilled pork chops, zucchini and yes.........., corn done "Free For All style".

.....and the verdict?

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I forgot the part about soaking the husks and my grill caught on fire.

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Wow, sorry I missed that. It is quite a complex procedure. ;)

grillFire.jpg

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Sandwich night and soup: roasted turkey, ham, tomato, lettuce and beef vegatable soup -_-

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More grilled goodies: salmon, corn & asparagus, with some wild rice.

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I had a huge lunch whihch was really breakfast ("The Kerby Lane Special"--two eggs, slice of ham, two huge whole wheat and apple pancakes) and so just had some blue corn chips and artichoke-spinach hummus for "dinner." And a big bottle of mineral water. It's hot here!

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FFA GrillFest 2008 continues......

Applewood smoked BBQ chicken, more grilled corn and red creamer potatoes. :)

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Free, your neighbors ever come floating over the fence for a taste?

For me....

Grilled artichokes w/some fusilli in a cheese and pancetta sauce.

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What's for Dinner?

Tonight, Grilled Albacore Tuna and Grilled Chicken Breasts with steamed white rice and stir-fried vegies.

Served with a Beringer Pinot Grigio and lemon slices.

Yum :D

Edited by GoodSpeak

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Yesterday, roast chicken stuffed with sage, rosemary and bay leaves all from our own garden. Where's the smiley for "yummy"?

MG

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Baked potato, celery and carrot sticks.

Summer is coming and I need to be able to squeeze into a Speedo, er.........,I mean swim trunks.

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Black bean meatloaf, baked potato, peas and some fruit.

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Lastnight was salad and grilled polenta.

Tonight will be a risotto primavera and chicken piccata.

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Grilled burgers, sausages and ribs last night; tonight were trying something new: turkey meatballs, green and red peppers, crushed tomatoes and tomato sauce, with some garlic and other seasonings of choice.

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Well tonight, I'm broiling salmon. Sides are country cheddar rice and corn

Edited by Holy Ghost

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I had a rare opportunity to have a dinner with one of my oldest friends and made her pecan encrusted salmon, guacamole (and chips, she's an avacado nut!) and green peas.

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I had a rare opportunity to have a dinner with one of my oldest friends and made her pecan encrusted salmon, guacamole (and chips, she's an avacado nut!) and green peas.

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