Old 25th November 2008, 07:36   #281
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pumpkin pie

never sounds like a bad idea.
damnit, now i want some....

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Old 26th November 2008, 02:10   #282
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My pumpkin pie is easy to make:

1.) Go to grocery store's freezer section and get a ready-made crust.

2.) Go to canned good section of the same store and get canned pumpkin pie filler.

3.) Go back home, combine, toss in oven @ 350.

4.) Have a couple beers.

5.) Go back to oven to get the finished pie.

6.) Scream "fuck!"

7.) Get some oven mits.

8.) Repeat step 5.

9.) Get fork.

10.) Eat right from the tin instead of dirtying up a plate.

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Old 26th November 2008, 10:18   #283
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^Fun-nay!
Here..Fun Sweet Stuff
(Remove with oven mitts or pot holders)
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Old 28th November 2008, 04:37   #284
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wouldn't be right to keep this unbumped the entire day.

had a traditional thanksgiving this year, turkey (16 pounder we got for free with one of those "spend $100, get a free turkey up to 20 pounds" deals at thriftway) brined it over night and then into the oven, was good, the wings were nice and moist, the breast was kinda right in the middle, not exactly juicy, but not exactly dry either (got left in the oven a little too long, like everything around here, at least this wasn't blackened/charred when it came out though), tasted good, had all the usuall stuff, cranberries, stove top, mashed potatoes (the actual mashed and now powdered kind, i know, i got a large chunk that didn't get the treatment in mine) (i bet they opened the wine BEFORE cooking this year lol).

nearly the best part though was a good excuse to get a 12 pack of henry weinhard's rootbeer, man that stuff is awesome, if you've never had rootbeer that's REALLY brewed and not in a tin can, you've never had rootbeer.

and no, i'm not big on beer, or i would have got some of that instead, it all tastes recycled if you ask me and i doubt i'd be able to find a good excuse to pour myself vodka for thanksgiving

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Too much Bubbly........
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Old 29th November 2008, 22:20   #286
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Breakfast:
Cinnamon rolls (buy and bake),
Doughnuts from the local bakery,
Egg bake casserole:
1 dozen eggs,
sausage,
ham,
shredded and sprinkled cheddar on top

In Between:
A few types of beer,
Mojitos,
Cosmopolitans,
and whatever they took from the bar,
Brocolli
Carrots
Bell pepper slices
Ranch Dip
Nachos
Home made Salsa Con Queso with meat
Lots of football

Dinner:
Locally hunted turkey (16.5 lb.)
stuffing cooked in a casserole then for the last hour in the bird
Locally grown, home made mashed potatoes
Locally grown, home made applesauce
Locally grown, home made baked corn casserole
Cranberry sauce (canned/store-bought)
Deviled eggs (store-bought eggs)
Dinner rolls (store bought frozen stuff that you slice and bake)
Chardonnay
Merlot
Water
Dave Brubeck, Miles Davis, Cyrus Chestnut, and Diana Krall music

After Dinner:
Pumpkin pie (see cheap-ass recipe above)
Home made apple pie (with the locally grown apples)
Ice Cream (basic vanilla)
More football and picture slideshows

All in the company of people that had to travel well over a thousand miles to enjoy it with us. It was a good day.


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you're the one left from center? [/GUESS]

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Old 30th November 2008, 19:05   #288
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My seat is the closest, but I ran back to the other side after setting camera on timer. I have the red & green flannel on, kneeling. Everyone else is Renee's family. Mine couldn't make it and will probably come for Easter instead.

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Old 30th November 2008, 20:06   #289
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woot, first try.

leftovers, mainly pumpkin pie ones lol, turkey gets extra dry in the fridge too fast so you gotta finish it quick.

[EDIT] and you survived the in-laws too [/EDIT]

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Old 30th November 2008, 20:34   #290
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There were some speed bumps but mostly ok.

I'll likely have the same for dinner today.

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It seemed obvious (to me at least) that was Renee's father. The rest of them, not so.

Tonight: Fried chicken, mashed potatoes and gravy, corn, and homemade bread and water. The store I stopped at doesn't have a Sunday liquor license, so I didn't get any Baileys for my coffee, so no coffee. (Two hours later, and I'm still a bit peeved about that. It's a winter thing for me I suppose, putting booze in my java.)
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I just finished a plate of tater tots. Not the greatest thing but it was good.

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Old 1st December 2008, 06:56   #293
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Dave Brubeck, Miles Davis, Cyrus Chestnut, and Diana Krall music
You're the only other person I can think of that plays Diana Krall. Never heard the others but have heard of them.

Cinnamon rolls sound really good right now.

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Old 1st December 2008, 11:24   #294
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It seemed obvious (to me at least) that was Renee's father. The rest of them, not so.
point.

could have been the guy between the two girls too, but he is a bit young to be a teacher.

anyway, cheese sandwich in the oven with turkey in between the cheese slices and a tiny bit of tabasco soaked into the turkey, nummy

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Old 1st December 2008, 23:22   #295
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Guy between ladies is a year older than me (I'm 30). He's pretty good at hiding it though.

Dinner:
Turkey sandwiches with shredded cheddar left over from the egg bake recipe,
re-heated mashed potatoes
re-heated stuffing
Mug root beer
Left over apple pie

It was a good microwave workout.

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yum.

if you get the henry weinhard's root beer make sure you don't get bumped pouring it though, it foams exactly like it should and then some, i feel like i can't move the glass for 30 seconds after i pour it.

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We had some good Sioux City Sarsaparilla over the weekend but it's all gone now.

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Made Stuffed Pork Chops. Savory Stuffing with chopped pecans. French-cut string beans with dill and lemon zest and cold sliced Tomato with drizzle of Extra Virgin Olive Oil.
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Old 4th December 2008, 01:37   #299
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Sounds nummie.

Tonights dinner took me about one minute to cook and five minutes total prep time:

1 yellowfin tuna

Marinade (6 - 8 hours):
2 Tablespoon Dark Sesame Oil
1 Clove Garlic, Minced
2 Tablespoon Soy Sauce
1 Green Onion, Sliced
1 Tablespoon Ginger
1 Teaspoon Lime Juice

Cook: sear in carbon fiber wok for 30 seconds per side.

Garnish: 1994 Far Niente Cabernet (last bottle I have; damn it was good. Need more!)
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Boneless/skinless chicken breasts
(cooked with store-bought Italian dressing in small covered casserole in the oven)
Mashed potatoes (still leftover from Thanksgiving)
Salad (head lettuce, carrot slices, and broccoli with spiced vinegar/oil dressing that I made a while ago)
Bread/butter (real butter - I can hear my arteries clogging)
Water

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Dunno about tonight, but on Wednesday I am going to start a two day slow cooker cassoulet.

We'll see if it is worth it. I'll post back when I actually have some of it.
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^ I admire that. I can make a great beef stew, but I cannot use a "slow cooker " or Cockpot..at all.
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I'm forcing myself to learn how to use it. I've had one for about four years and up until about a month ago I had never used it.

They are just something that I am not very fond of ... I found this recipe in a magazine at my father-in-laws and felt it was worthy of trying out.

I've got my premonitions about this one ...
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Widdy, let me know if you need some help learning how to use a cockpot.

Tonight's dinner will probably consist of more junk food from a fast food joint.
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stuffed four meat pizza, from papa murphy's.

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and



A ton of other things, but those were the most important. Nothing wrong with a meat & potatoes kinda guy.

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*drool*


And I had a burger and a chicken wrap at McD's for dinner. I feel like a hobo now after seeing that. :P
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meatloaf, green beans and buttered noodles with a bit of salt.

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A ton of other things, but those were the most important. Nothing wrong with a meat & potatoes kinda guy.
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I love slow cookers. Put a few (6-8) boneless/skinless chicken breasts in the slow cooker with some barbecue sauce, worcestershire sauce and a few red pepper flakes, let it cook for about 6 hours until the chicken was nice and tender, then shredded and eaten on fresh buns. Plenty of supper, and leftovers as well!
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Sounds good.

I had a burrito and a taco from Del Taco earlier tonight.
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I had turkey and chicken pot pies(one of each). I usually manage to still be hungry.

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I had a McRib combo about half an hour ago. Been a few years since I've had one of those. They're sloppier than ever. :P
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Burger, fries, canned baked beans. Simple and quick.

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I had some macaroni and cheese. I'm really hungry now.

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I had some macaroni and cheese. I'm really hungry now.
I had the same.



Yes the exact same!
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I made Chicken Veronique!The Recipe
It's ...well...excellent!


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