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Old 11-08-2013, 08:37 PM   #2301
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I expect your right. I would probably love your chicken and dumplins but no one is ever going to replace grandmother's. She made a muscadine and scuppernong pie that was to kill for.
I had to Google that. It sounds good.
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The are just wild grapes. The pie would remind you of a cherry pie a little. She would use the hulls and juice and throw the pulp and seeds away. It was very good. And cheating a little is just fine. From time to time I make fried pies and I use canned biscuits. Just roll them out flat and put the cooked fruit on one side and fold over the other and crimp the edge with a wet fork.
And I haven't made biscuits in years. The frozen ones are as good as I can do.

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I decided on beef stew. It's cooking now. I poured a bottle of beer in it for good measure.

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the wife decided to try a new recipe out tonight. she tenderized some chicken breasts, layed them out and filled them with motzerella cheese and rolled them in Italian bread crumbs and then baked them for about an hour.

she made some au gratin potatoes, some sweet peas, corn and macaroni shells and white cheese.

Mmmmmmmmm goooood!

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My wife is trying chicken Marsala.

I'll be making mixed berry cobbler for dessert.

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Chicken marsala is one of those dishes that is surprisingly easy to make after you've done it the first time.
If you can do that, you can make picatta and parmigana too.
They're always good dishes to make for guests. They'll think you've worked for hours.
The hardest part is pounding the breasts. Everything else takes literally minutes to do.
Enjoy your marsala.

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the wife decided to try a new recipe out tonight. she tenderized some chicken breasts, layed them out and filled them with motzerella cheese and rolled them in Italian bread crumbs and then baked them for about an hour.

she made some au gratin potatoes, some sweet peas, corn and macaroni shells and white cheese.

Mmmmmmmmm goooood!
I love Sea Shells. A lot of times if I want something quick and easy I'll cook up a batch of shells, mix in some butter and Parmesan cheese and maybe a slice of onion and I'm good to go.
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I love Sea Shells. A lot of times if I want something quick and easy I'll cook up a batch of shells, mix in some butter and Parmesan cheese and maybe a slice of onion and I'm good to go.
I love buttered noodles with parmesan cheese. My granddaughter likes them with just butter. And though I like onions......a lot.......I don't put them in my noodles. We like to do this with egg noodles.


Today I am making a home made pumpkin pie. We're having a put luck lunch tomorrow. The theme is "fall". There will be a couple different kinds of home made soups, my pumpkin pie, some chili, etc. We have a pot luck at work every couple months, always with a theme.
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It's called a Q-tater. A baked potato covered with cheese and barbecued pork. Ugly yet tasty.

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It's called a Q-tater. A baked potato covered with cheese and barbecued pork. Beautiful and tasty.
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