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Posted on Sat, Jul 30, 2005 14:12

Give me a nice juicy steak (or even better... prime rib), a loaded baked potato, some bread, a coke and cookie dough blast from sonic for desert... and I'm in heaven!!!!! I'm free for dinner.... anyone wanna come? LOL



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Posted on Sat, Jul 30, 2005 14:01

You folks make me hungry. lol

A fresh garden salad
baked lasagna
garlic bread

hot fudge sundae for desert 8-P



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Posted on Sat, Jul 30, 2005 10:05

Hey MCMADD - - when you're in the States would you please, please - pretty please come cook for me ? ! ! ? We could let JACKTHELASS tag along as well!

  


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Posted on Fri, Jul 29, 2005 21:59

I love Chinese buffets! Then I can have a bite of everything to see what it tastes like! (giggle) The local Chinese place even has crab legs which I also like.

Since I grew up by the sea, I'm used to eating lots of seafood, although lately I don't eat much fried stuff. I'm really not into oysters, but all the other seafood I really enjoy. I'm a pretty good cook, but when you eat out you don't have to clean the kitchen afterwards! (grin)

I don't eat too much red meat, even though I live on a beef cattle farm. I make a fantastic meatloaf, but other than the occasional steak, I'm not much of a meat eater.

Oh, and I'm probably the only one in the entire world who does NOT like chocolate! (giggle) Plus, any sweet stuff I enjoy is usually the stuff I can make at home.

I don't eat pork most of the time. My piggies give me sad looks if I do! And piggies are just the cutest things to love on, especially my sweetie piggie-pets! Since I do like ham as a lunchmeat, I always buy the turkey ham or I feel too guilty! (giggle) Speaking of turkey, another lunchmeat favorite, I just discovered sun-dried tomato turkey! Put on a fresh roll with fresh-grown tomato slices, that turkey and turkey ham make a wonderful lunch sandwich!



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Posted on Fri, Jul 29, 2005 04:33

Hey Seaside,
nothing better than a pair of nice firm puds on a sunday afternoon.. Heaven.

Hey Op.
How could you!! garlic salt and plastic Parmasean. Hasve you got a blender? strip a couple of garlic bulbs of their skins, but them in a blender or magi-mix, add some olive oil and blitz until a smooth paste, store it in the fridge in a clean jar witha lid (jam jar will do) When you need it drizzle the paste over the chokes or whatever your making. Far better than garlic salt.



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Posted on Fri, Jul 29, 2005 01:17

Well for me you cant beat an old fashioned sunday roast, with all the trimmings.
Especially Yorkshire Puddings!
Mm
Sea

  


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Posted on Fri, Jul 29, 2005 00:14

Hmmmmm maybe I got Artichokes and Chokoes Mixed up !!

  


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Posted on Thu, Jul 28, 2005 12:58

Korean food is the best! Also Hawaiian, Japanese, Chinese, some Filipino foods, and pretty much anything out of the ocean.



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Posted on Thu, Jul 28, 2005 12:48


parisianflirt write:

Sunshiine write:
Krabbekl?r! I do not know how to say that in english... Its the legs of the crab?? the big ones.. I like them!


Wow! A fellow Norwegian (even though I'm an expat I'm still Norwegian) I'm not sure if they call them crab claws or crab legs, but they are very yummy. I was telling someone about lutefisk the other day. It's probably not my favourite, but I do love it, and explaining the yummyness that is lutefisk to a non-Norwegian is usually met with disbelief and a big 'yuck' LOL


I haven't tasted lutefisk! I know, I should have... but I really love klippfisk and pinnekjott!! What would christmas be without pinnekjott... I don't know!!



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Posted on Thu, Jul 28, 2005 11:54


jackthelass write:
It would have to be......
Chicken Fajitas with Nachos..lots of chillies & guacamole..mmmm ....
hand prepared by a semi-naked god who pours me a glass of wine and tells me to relax and watch him work....
Heaven



I love mexican food.... oh, and chinese



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Posted on Thu, Jul 28, 2005 07:23

Holy cow! Actual meals growing around your house everyday...that's cool! My grandfather had a house in Naples, Fl right off the beach and the closest he came to that were Tangelo trees growing in his back yard...as big as canalopes! MMM those were SO yummy and juicy!!!

Oh yeah, artichokes ARE a definite acuired taste. Good thing I got my daughter to eat them as soon as she got teeth! She LOVES them now and pulls off all the leaves so she can eat the heart first!!! YUMMMIE!
I do put TONS of parmesean cheese in the stuffing for my artichokes, but yes, I use the grated stuff from a plastic can. LOL...and I dont use fresh garlic cloves, I actually use garlic powder, that way the garlic flavor is all over, not just chunks of garlic...I LOVE garlic but not enough to bite into chunks of it!

  


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Posted on Thu, Jul 28, 2005 03:40


Sunshiine write:
Krabbekl?r! I do not know how to say that in english... Its the legs of the crab?? the big ones.. I like them!



Wow! A fellow Norwegian (even though I'm an expat I'm still Norwegian) I'm not sure if they call them crab claws or crab legs, but they are very yummy. I was telling someone about lutefisk the other day. It's probably not my favourite, but I do love it, and explaining the yummyness that is lutefisk to a non-Norwegian is usually met with disbelief and a big 'yuck' LOL



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Posted on Thu, Jul 28, 2005 01:25

Hi Rockchick, small world. Yes it is a beautiful part of oz.

Artichokes are another acquired taste. Then there are Chokoes.
Horrible, green tastless lumps that are only good for making pickles out of.
Followed closely by Brussell Sprouts.Yuk

  


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Posted on Thu, Jul 28, 2005 00:50

Hey Sale , my mum is from Port too !!
beautiful part of australia :)

Oh man OP .... you guys need more Artichokes and more SHEEP !!!! when i was in PA in 2002 I think I paid something rediculous like $30 for a leg of lamb ..... it has become a more expensive meat here but SHEESH $30 for a leg was a bit extreme, AND the trading dollar at the time from US to AUS was .50c, so in aussie terms it ended up being $60 AUS !! thats just craziness .... the dollar is a little stronger these days

  


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Posted on Wed, Jul 27, 2005 16:28

Oh geez! Drooling all over myself here! LOVE CHOKES!

I grew up in Castroville, Ca and the house was in the MIDDLE of agriculture fields. We were NEVER hungry.

One side, Artichokes, the other side of the house...Strawberries. The back of the house, Cauliflour...the FRONT of the house, Brocolli.

We had peach, apricot, lemon and prune trees as well as figs, and cactus.

LOL...I miss that house!



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Posted on Wed, Jul 27, 2005 15:47

Hey Op,
Yes used to do somthing similar, but we put shredded parma ham, Reggiano or good domestic Parmesan cheese, grated (don't buy it pre-grated, and don't use that stuff from the plastic box)couple of finely chopped scallions, couple of crushed garlic cloves
some Peccorino Romano cheese, grated in the mix too. open the leaves a little and put the stuffing in then bake / steam in a bain-marie for about an hour - hour and a half.



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Posted on Wed, Jul 27, 2005 14:53

rockchick - artichokes grow all over? AH! I pay when on sale $2.50(usd) EACH at the grocery store. When buying them at a resturant they charge at least $8-10 (usd!)



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Posted on Wed, Jul 27, 2005 11:31

Krabbekl?r! I do not know how to say that in english... Its the legs of the crab?? the big ones.. I like them!



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Posted on Wed, Jul 27, 2005 09:15

hey jackmcmadd - Being the chef of the bunch, do you/have you made stuffed artichoke as I explained? I heard many different versions of how to make them (of course I like mine best, hehe) just wondering?



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Posted on Wed, Jul 27, 2005 08:26

Anything Italian
Mexican
Fresh mushrooms
Watermelon

Scoot..you just crack me up