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Old August 29 2011, 02:50 AM   #3616
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Re: What Did You Have For Dinner Last Night?

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I don't eat eggplant, but the eggplant did come from our own garden.
There's only room for one eggplant parm in this thread, my good sir Tom Hendricks, your dinner looks amazing!
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Old August 29 2011, 04:31 AM   #3617
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Beef, mashed potatoes, carrots and lumpy gravy. Gross!
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Old August 29 2011, 04:42 AM   #3618
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Far too much State Fair food...
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Old August 29 2011, 09:35 AM   #3619
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Re: What Did You Have For Dinner Last Night?

Just had some garlic bread and a small salad. It was too hot to cook anything.
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Old August 29 2011, 01:44 PM   #3620
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Re: What Did You Have For Dinner Last Night?

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I don't eat eggplant, but the eggplant did come from our own garden.
There's only room for one eggplant parm in this thread, my good sir Tom Hendricks, your dinner looks amazing!
Thank you, I really enjoy cooking. Its a passion of mine, especially trying to come up with new dishes.

PS, I really, really like your Avatar.
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Old August 29 2011, 02:53 PM   #3621
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I arranged Medieval dinner las night and the menu was:

cranberries
lingonberries
olives
pickled cucumbers
pastries
smoked salmon
lentil stew
honeyroasted root vegetables
meat stew of rich man from Rewal

Sparkling wine
Red wine
Beer
Dry Apple cider
I don't recall getting my invitation, May
Sorry

An Officer, it wasn't obligatory to dress medieval costumes because we continued our evening in a pub
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Old August 29 2011, 03:52 PM   #3622
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Re: What Did You Have For Dinner Last Night?

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I don't eat eggplant, but the eggplant did come from our own garden.
There's only room for one eggplant parm in this thread, my good sir Tom Hendricks, your dinner looks amazing!
Thank you, I really enjoy cooking. Its a passion of mine, especially trying to come up with new dishes.

PS, I really, really like your Avatar.
Then we have more than a few things in common, Tom, thank you
BTW, I just used an Amazon gift certificate to purchase the Julia Child 2-volume set Mastering The Art of French Cooking
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Old August 29 2011, 04:04 PM   #3623
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Re: What Did You Have For Dinner Last Night?

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There's only room for one eggplant parm in this thread, my good sir Tom Hendricks, your dinner looks amazing!
Thank you, I really enjoy cooking. Its a passion of mine, especially trying to come up with new dishes.

PS, I really, really like your Avatar.
Then we have more than a few things in common, Tom, thank you
BTW, I just used an Amazon gift certificate to purchase the Julia Child 2-volume set Mastering The Art of French Cooking
I would agree that we have more then a few things in common. While I love Julia Child, I even saw the movie Julie & Julia. I never really liked her cookbooks. Plus I'm more of an Alton Brown person. I just got his two volume set "Good Eats: The Early Years & Good Eats: The Middle Years."
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Old August 29 2011, 04:56 PM   #3624
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suasage, ham, and bacon skillett.
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Old August 30 2011, 12:08 AM   #3625
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chicken rolls and bbq sauce for some reason.
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Old August 30 2011, 05:03 AM   #3626
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Last night was burgers. Tonight was cheese tortellini.
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Old August 30 2011, 11:57 AM   #3627
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Re: What Did You Have For Dinner Last Night?

Shepards Pie
Garden Salad

I make my Shepards Pie a little different then most people, I use an actual pie crust as the base of it. I also use ground turkey & chicken, not groud beef.
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Old August 30 2011, 01:03 PM   #3628
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I make my Shepards Pie a little different then most people, I use an actual pie crust as the base of it.
That sounds really good. I'll make my next one this way.
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Old August 30 2011, 01:58 PM   #3629
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I used premade frozen pie crusts. The pie crust gives the Shepard Pie real structure and an almost pot pie taste with the flaky crust. It's best to let it cool before cutting, allows you to get the slices out easier.

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I make my Shepards Pie a little different then most people, I use an actual pie crust as the base of it.
That sounds really good. I'll make my next one this way.
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Old August 30 2011, 03:41 PM   #3630
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I used premade frozen pie crusts. The pie crust gives the Shepard Pie real structure and an almost pot pie taste with the flaky crust. It's best to let it cool before cutting, allows you to get the slices out easier.

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I make my Shepards Pie a little different then most people, I use an actual pie crust as the base of it.
That sounds really good. I'll make my next one this way.
On allrecipes.com, my preferred version of this meal is Mom's Shepherd's Pie and I've just added your suggestion to my recipe "notes" so I won't forget. I'm cheffster over there by the way
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