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  1. #1
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    Default What's for supper tonight?

    Anything good?



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    Fresh roasted tomato sauce, homemade pasta, salad, and a bbq roasted chicken. And I think a bottle of wine.....
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    Homemade lobster bisque and sourdough bread. Small rock tails really deeply discounted at the store today.

    It's the perfect weather for it. Was snowing a bit this morning.
    "Aye God, Woodrow..."


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    Long Spot, would you consider sharing that recipe? Love lobster bisque...



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    Home made spaghetti sauce with fresh herbs, barialla pasta (yes really), and a green salad. And a hard roll for each of us, and lots of fresh parm cheese.

    I am not a fan of jarred sauce of any sort.

    Wine red, and beer. Eaters choice.



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    I'm going to doctor up a package of frozen orange chicken from Trader Joe's with added broccoli and mushrooms since my head is pounding. Or if I feel better after getting home from work, and back from a hike, then balsamic mushroom chicken over rice with roasted Brussel's sprouts. Or I'll saute chicken breasts with fresh thyme, mushrooms and garlic and finish with capers and lemon juice and serve it with smashed Yukon golds from the garden and roasted sprouts (I have a huge stalk of those begging to be cooked!). Now I'm making myself hungry!
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    Quote Originally Posted by supershorty628 View Post
    Long Spot, would you consider sharing that recipe? Love lobster bisque...

    Sure! I've not made this one before, so I'm not vouching for it, but it looks quite simple and hard to screw up, and the flavor profile is right up my alley. I'll come back and post if it's a dud. Copied and pasted below.

    1/2 lb lobster meat, cut into small chunks
    2 tablespoons minced shallots
    2 tablespoons chopped green onions
    3 garlic cloves, crushed
    1/4 cup white wine
    2 teaspoons Worcestershire sauce
    2 teaspoons Tabasco sauce
    1 teaspoon dried thyme
    6 tablespoons dry sherry
    1 teaspoon paprika
    1 cup hot water
    1 teaspoon lobster base (better than boulion)
    4 ounces tomato paste
    2 bay leaves
    2 cups heavy whipping cream
    4 tablespoons butter
    Directions:

    1
    In a saute pan heat a little oil over med-high heat and saute shallots, onions, and garlic for one minute.
    2
    Deglaze the pan with the white wine.
    3
    Add the worcestershire, tabasco, and thyme and saute for another minute.
    4
    Deglaze the pan with the sherry.
    5
    Add the paprika, hot water and lobster base and combine well.
    6
    Stir in tomato paste and add the bay leaves.
    7
    Simmer for 10 minutes.
    8
    Whisk in heavy cream and the butter and bring to a boil.
    9
    Add the lobster and simmer until cooked through.
    10
    Serve with crusty garlic bread.
    "Aye God, Woodrow..."


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    Microwave oatmeal, cinnamon/apple flavor.
    Is what the dog likes.
    She gets 2 or 3 tablespoons.

    Have some green grapes.
    May have a handful of those too.
    None for the dog, of course.



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    Well, I have some parmesan rinds in the fridge so I was going to do potato soup since it is cold and blah here today, but now I am going to Long Spot's


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    Quote Originally Posted by Long Spot View Post
    Homemade lobster bisque and sourdough bread. Small rock tails really deeply discounted at the store today.

    It's the perfect weather for it. Was snowing a bit this morning.
    I'm coming to your house for dinner. What do you want for dessert? I'll make it.

    I'm having a slice of leftover quiche. Bacon, spinach, and mushrooms. It is the last slice.
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    Harvest Soup.

    1 onion
    2 carrots
    2 pears
    1 apple
    4 cups chicken stock
    2 cloves garlic
    1/2 tsp. cumin
    1/2 tsp. curry
    salt and pepper

    Peel and chop veg and fruit, cook in chicken broth

    Flesh of one pepper squash (I like to roast mine, not boil)

    Puree, and serve dressed with a little cream, sharp cheese and good bread.


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    Beef barley soup, home made, have a bunch of servings in the freezer
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    Leftover mashed potatoes, squash, dressing and turkey from Thanksgiving!



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    Quote Originally Posted by Calvincrowe View Post
    I'm going to doctor up a package of frozen orange chicken from Trader Joe's with added broccoli and mushrooms since my head is pounding. Or if I feel better after getting home from work, and back from a hike, then balsamic mushroom chicken over rice with roasted Brussel's sprouts. Or I'll saute chicken breasts with fresh thyme, mushrooms and garlic and finish with capers and lemon juice and serve it with smashed Yukon golds from the garden and roasted sprouts (I have a huge stalk of those begging to be cooked!). Now I'm making myself hungry!
    Wow! And yum.

    The doctor is in, and Dr. Calvincrowe is a specialist doctor!

    Maybe I will cook this tomorrow night. Yum. I am stealing your tonights menu for tomorrow night.


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    It's rainy.. Home made Beef Stew~ Lot's of Sweet potatoes and carrots and baby onions and peas! Perfect fall dinner!
    "you can only ride the drama llama so hard before it decides to spit in your face." ?Caffeinated.



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    Leftover homemade lasagna, with *cough, cough* Barilla pasta and homemade meat sauce.

    Also some good Italian rolls, sweet butter and of course, a glass of wine.



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    cowboy casserole with made from scratch biscuits



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    So far Malbec.

    Other options are the last bowls of potato-leek soup or chili; the last black bean quesadilla (which would use up the last of the salsa); bean/cheese burrito; roasted veggie burrito; salad with chicken, radishes, mushrooms and homemade blue cheese dressing; bake a small squash so I have more seeds to roast...

    Too many choices.
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    Hot pot! After a long evening of tennis and running with the husky and SO!
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    Salad with onions, tomatoes, cucs, and a little cheese topped with olive oil and vinegar dressing (yum!) and one or two slices of the baguette I got from Panera.

    And of course a glass of Chardonnay from Jefferson Vineyards. Mmm!
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