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#11 Tue 13 Feb 07 6:43pm

Alex G

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Re: Whats For Supper?

No idea, quickest would be spag bog (got some already made), though i've already had some of that for one of my lunches.

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#12 Wed 14 Feb 07 11:04am

Ashen

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Re: Whats For Supper?

bcrain. Scotch bonnets are up there on the heat scale  i like the fruity flavours of the bonnets and habaneros. tobasco just tastes like rotten salty peppers to me..  your average scotch bonnet or hab is anywhere from 200,000 to 300,000 scoville.. the hottest red savina's are almost 600,000 scoville  wickedly wickedly hot.. about 20x hotter than a hot jalepeno.  apparently there is a new speices the dorset naga that is 900,000+   i would love to get my hands on some of those.  whistle The second burn on that one could keep ya from sitting down for a week i imagine   lol  lol 



my wife made us a nice supper tonight.. pork strips & veggies  stir fried with a honey garlic sauce over rice..  I had a homemade buttertart for dessert. She makes amazing buttertarts  big_smile
The way our works schedules are she usually cooks tues thru thurs. And i do fri thru sun with mon being leftovers from at least on the meals on the weekend. There is nothing like having homemade meals   smile

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#13 Wed 14 Feb 07 12:07pm

BrianG

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Re: Whats For Supper?

Ended up having a bowl of chilli with loads of sour cream. MMM lovely tongue

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#14 Wed 14 Feb 07 9:49pm

bcrain

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Re: Whats For Supper?

Well, I am still making the brownies but changed the main... I have decided to marinade a couple of cornish hens, split, in a thai sauce, then I am going to grill them. Still doing the crabcakes though.

Rotton salty peppers, lol! I guess chilli peppers are a mystery to me. I don't mind a bit of heat, what pepper would you suggest that's quite mild? You remove the seeds right? My husband likes it a little hotter than me though but no where near what you can handle. tongue

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#15 Thu 15 Feb 07 11:10am

Ashen

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Re: Whats For Supper?

bcrain if you can find poblanos or new mexican/anaheim chilies they have a nice flavour and are very mild.  when dried poblanos are referred to as ancho chilies.  Kind of like the way red japalenos that have been smoke dried are chipotles.

a good recipe to try is chile rellenos
the recipe at this link actually looks better than any i have made..
http://www.mexgrocer.com/534-killer-chi … lenos.html

Tonight for supper . meatloaf and garlic mashed potatoes  mmmm MMM!!

might sound kind of boring but my wife just stole the meatloaf crown from me and i doubt i will get it back tongue  .. killer meatloaf.  great tasting, moist and very light texture . definitly not the brick hard lump of dry meat most meatloafs turn out to be.


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#16 Thu 15 Feb 07 4:43pm

bcrain

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Re: Whats For Supper?

Thanks for that Ashen, will take a look.

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#17 Sat 17 Feb 07 5:49am

Ashen

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Re: Whats For Supper?

supper tonight..  mushroom risotto.  stirred in  sauteed garlic butter shrimps and peas at the end...


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#18 Sun 18 Feb 07 11:50pm

bcrain

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Re: Whats For Supper?

Tonight we are having some pork souvlaki kabobs which I have marinating along with a greek salad and some grilled veggies. Pretty basic but it's yummy.

I got a deal on whole chickens so I think I will cut one up and get that marinating in a tandoori sauce for tomorrow. Geoff mentioned tadoori a while back and I have had it on my mind, lol. I only have a gas grill so that will have to suffice. Any suggestions on what I should serve with it?

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#19 Mon 19 Feb 07 9:45am

Ashen

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Re: Whats For Supper?

I made some potato gnocchi with an alfredo sauce tonight. I added some gorgonzola to mine. mmm fresh gnocchi  always takes me back to my childhood.My best friend and i would convince his mom to make them at least once a month.  big_smile  big_smile

We are having a few friends to stay over next month, for the Maple syrup Festival in Elmira.  I think i just figured out what i can make for a sidedish to the BBQ steak Tails. I will just do a simple butter/sage sauce though. If the sweet potato variation i want to work on turns out , i might go with that.

bcrain... some nice fresh Naan for sure and you should check out suresh's indian recipe thread has alot of great sides ideas.


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#20 Mon 19 Feb 07 3:25pm

Katja

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Re: Whats For Supper?

tonight Im having pasta with cheese sauce and will put in ham and mushrooms as well  tongue

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