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Discussion in 'Food Forum' started by hwyhobo, Nov 23, 2003.


  1. hwyhobo

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  2. Patricia

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    Pretty! We should all take pictures of our tables at Thanksgiving. Mine will be groaing under the weight of all the food my son wants to cook. ;f
     

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    As long as he wants to cook, it sounds fine to me. I am very thankful that I can cook. If it ends up presentable, we'd like to see that table! ;f

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  4. General Sherman

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    How about a nice rosemary herbed turkey breast?
    Note the Sabatier carving knife and the Royal Dalton Marisol china plate.
    (General Sherman went to cooking school)
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  5. allanc

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    I don't know if I would call this my favorite dish, but it was an interesting Halloween treat.

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    I think you just ruined the rest of the thread! ;g
     
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    I'm far from a gourmet chef, but this was absolutely delicious. I think I may have used a little too much butter though ;)

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    I've never seen Shrimp Scampi served over steamed rice before. Is this that new East-meets-West "Fusion" cooking? ;f
     
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    I needed something to soak up all the butter ;f
     
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    The Sauce:
    1-18 Oz. Can Hunts,Contadina or Red Pack Tomato Paste
    5-Full Cans of water
    1-Cup Spanish Paprika
    1-Cup Cayenne Pepper
    1-Tablespoon Commercial Liquid Smoke
    1-Tablespoon Ground Clove
    1/2-Teaspoon MSG
    1-Heaping Tablespoon Celery Salt
    1-Tablespoon Salt

    Heat Tomato Paste then add water 1 can at a time making sure it is well mixed, do this with the rest of the water. Add the remaining ingredience in the posted order. Bring to a boil turn down and simmer 2 to 3 hours. It just gets better everytime you reheat it.

    Freezes well and will last a long time hell nothing could grow in it...
     
  11. hwyhobo

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    This joker wanted to be served at the Thanksgiving table in the bread basket. ;f
     
  13. Nestor

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    hwyhobo nice picture, rolmopsy, ogorki marynowane or kiszone, looks like kiszone but if yes they still hmm quite hard...I mean the best.
     
  14. hwyhobo

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    Nestor wrote:
    Pickled herring is my second favorite Christmas food :)
    I used to love them, but now I have become less tolerant of salt, and they're a bit on a the salty side for me. Still, once in a while, if you find some that are nice and hard, with bright green streaks.... oh, yeah... delicious :)
     
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    Chili Cheese Fries! (protected by Sig 228
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    OR

    My Wife's English Beef Stew (protected by Ruger GP100)

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  16. MrsKitty

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    Here is a cake I had for Thanksgiving. Not my favorite, but pretty good and turned out really pretty;)

    I can't remember the name exactly but something like fudge or double chocolate Kahula (sp?) pound cake.

    I'll post the recipe if anybody wants it.
     
  17. wrffr

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    damn, that was good. :)
     
  18. hwyhobo

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    Beef and red chilis?
     
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    misskitty5077, that cake looks scrumptious. :)

    No, I don't want a recipe, I get enough calories already ;f
     
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    yep, beef cut into strips, a small red pepper, a small orange pepper, a couple jalapenos, some onion, some chili garlic sauce, and some hot chili sesame oil.

    no recipie, everything just eyeballed. turned out good though.

    i only recently decided that i was going to learn how to actually cook stuff instead of microwaving everything so my repertoire is somewhat limited so far. :)