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    it is in a glass separate.
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    Quote Originally Posted by astrotimer View Post
    it is in a glass separate.
    Ok, that's better! Not that tomatoes or tomato products are bad on a grilled cheese, in fact they're quite good.

    I'm having the second half of yesterday's Ruben Sandwich. It was good warm the first time and is good cold now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by astrotimer View Post
    it is in a glass separate.
    Yes, but with the sriracha?
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    Left over beef stew with rice and squash.
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    Some awesome smoked cheddar, courtesy of our own LookingSkyward after last year's Pumpkin Pitch. I just found the last forgotten zip-bag of it in the freezer. Happy and sad at the same time while eating it.

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    Couldn't sleep so went downstairs put a stick on the fire. When I cleaned out the fridge found 10 jars of homemade raspberry jam from a year ago so that of course meant a little pbj.
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    We had a power outage for about an hour and half so breakfast was waffles and sausages cooked on the bbq.
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    Some really crisp pizza I cooked on the bbq. When it was almost done mom comes home with a couple of subs from subway, I thought she was somewhere with the beans.
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    Quote Originally Posted by astrotimer View Post
    Some really crisp pizza I cooked on the bbq. When it was almost done mom comes home with a couple of subs from subway, I thought she was somewhere with the beans.
    I need to try pizza cooked on a bbq. Bet it's delicious. I like brick oven pizza.

    We had "chile colorado" with potatoes and ground sirloin. I've had spicier ketchup. Really disappointed in this locally grown/packaged brand.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Buttercup View Post
    I need to try pizza cooked on a bbq. Bet it's delicious. I like brick oven pizza.

    We had "chile colorado" with potatoes and ground sirloin. I've had spicier ketchup. Really disappointed in this locally grown/packaged brand.
    The thing about spicy, of course, is that it's pretty easy to add but hard to take back out. So they go for the lowest common denominator.

    ETA: Stuff that bugs me: The spelling of chile/chili. I can be consistent by using "Chile" for the country and "chili" for the peppers, but the soup/stew/cult food item? I never know.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Buttercup View Post
    I need to try pizza cooked on a bbq. Bet it's delicious. I like brick oven pizza.

    We had "chile colorado" with potatoes and ground sirloin. I've had spicier ketchup. Really disappointed in this locally grown/packaged brand.
    The main reason I do it outside is to cut down on some the dishes and it the view is a little better.
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    In one mug there is coffee and in a glass there is tomato juice.
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    My chicken liver curry > your chicken liver curry.
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    My partner cooked some french toast and I had sunny side ups as well.

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    I made a grill cheese sandwich but the only problem is I forgot to off the burner. think i ruined the pan the kitchen filled with smoke.
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    Some turkey soup and then a long nap.
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    Some spicy noodles with hamburger, onion, celery and jalapenos.
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    Tacos and birthday cake with the family.
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    I had a craving this morning: Eggs Benedict with smoked salmon.



    I whipped up a single-yolk batch of Hollandaise and subbed in regular toast since I have no English muffins in the house. Making this shed light on our smoked salmon situation. I need to make more.
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    Chicken parmigiana with linguini and home made sauce. Used a ricotta and cheddar blend for the cheese on the chicken rather than mozzarella.


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    Beef stew with mashed potatoes and coleslaw, afterwards the piece of birthday cake.
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    Taking a sick day off work and I wanted something simple but more comforting than Pop Tarts. I threw a couple of eggs in the steamer pot for 8 minutes and came up with this:



    I think these are the most perfect soft set eggs I’ve ever made. The outside of the yolks had just barely started turning the pastel of yellow of a hard egg. The rest was translucent and silky without a hint of runniness. Enjoyed with sea salt and 5-pepper.
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    Those look delicious, although I tend to prefer the yolks a touch softer. Just a touch, mind you.

    I'm about to warm up some leftover Mexi-lunch -- Chili Colorado. I hadn't ordered that in some years, preferring Chil Verde. It was ok, but I still prefer the verde.

    Stuff that bugs me: I'm settled on "chili" for the peppers, and "Chile" for the country, but never know which way to spell the soup/stew.
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    For lunch I took some leftover chicken and the sauce used to cook it and put them into a pot with some plain ramen noodles.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trebuchet View Post
    Those look delicious, although I tend to prefer the yolks a touch softer. Just a touch, mind you.
    Oh, I like them soft every bit as much. The Wife and I sometimes have a continental style breakfast of meats, cheeses, bread, and soft boiled eggs...right around 4 ½ minutes.

    Stuff that bugs me: I'm settled on "chili" for the peppers, and "Chile" for the country, but never know which way to spell the soup/stew.
    Yeah, usage is a bit of a mess. I opt for “chili” for the peppers/powders and the stew. “Chile” is for the country and the more widely used alternative spellings such as Chile Relleno.
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    Interestingly, Wikipedia has "Chili Con Carne", but "Chile Verde". Beats me.

    Oops, good thing I hadn't posted yet. "Chile Verde" redirects to "Chili Con Carne".

    ETA: But they do have a page for "Chile Relleno".
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    I read that “chile” is more prevalent in the US Southwest.
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    I made some falafel, which we ate with salads and flatbread. Very nice on a warm day.

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    Too many salted peanuts and pork scratchings.
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    Quote Originally Posted by captain swoop View Post
    Too many salted peanuts and pork scratchings.
    "Scratchings" is a new one on me. Off to Google!

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