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Hmmm, what to make for dinner?

Discussion in 'Non-Vegas Chat' started by ken2v, Oct 6, 2017.

  1. ken2v

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    I'm craving roasted chicken a la Seattle's Le Pichet and herb spaetzle, maybe get some beets and arugula from the farmers' market for a salad. Came back from the northlands with some Oregon Pinots. That just might be the ticket.

    You???
     
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    Homemade tacos (my wife's specialty and she's Italian) and a Gatorade (that's for me... not sure what the others are drinkin'?)
     
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    Tacos. :thumbsup:
     
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    Based on national tragic events and another hellish week at work, I've been thinking 2 Vicodins and a bottle of champagne would hit the spot !
     
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    Bubbly is never a bad thing.
     
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    It's Friday, after a very long week for me. That means easy dinner. I'm making heroin chicken wings and artichokes. Mmmm...
     
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    Heroin chicken wings? How utterly Puget Sound Hendrix of you!!!
     
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    Tonight we are doing turkey drumsticks braised in Italian salad dressing with stuffing and corn on the cob.

    I haven't had corn on the cob at all the last 2 years, but this summer for some reason I can't seem to get enough of it... maybe just a good year for corn?
     
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    Love corn on the cob! So many ways to enjoy it too.
     
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    Man, we just drove through your neck of the woods and corn was everywhere!!
     
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    LOL! No, it doesn't contain actual heroin. It's an old low-carb recipe going back to the early Atkins days. Bunch of spices (garlic, salt, pepper, paprika, etc) mixed with parmesan cheese, and then shake and bake.
     
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    Oh, chicken wings crack. I know that stuff.
     
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    Well, since the food truck isn't showing up at the local brewery, I'm thinking a Quarter pounder with cheese along with a large order of McDonalds Fries. It eats fine after three or four IPAs.
     
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    Kept it simple, spaghetti and garlic bread
     
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    The chef, me, served panko pan fried fluke with garlic, heavy on the garlic, mashed red potatoes and crispy garlic sauteed green beans. An inexpensive Cabernet Sauvignon was also served.
     
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    This is Friday.
    The answer, as is always the case, is pizza.
     
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    Turkey, Wild Turkey Rare Breed. Accompanied by a lovely pub mix from a 5 gallon container.
     
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    A turkey hoagie from WAWA and a bottle of Coors.

    Spent afternoon fishing . Caught me a Bluegill, ‘deed I did.
     
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    Tonight I was totally in the mood to indulge in pizza!
     
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    My girlfriend, with the help of her son, made me a peanut butter pie for my birthday yesterday. The son, 9 years old, helped out by putting some chocolate chips in the pie before cooking. If you've never had a peanut butter pie they are delish.......much, much better than one would think, IMHO.

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