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    Default What's for supper?

    I know I have a couple of threads entitled "What Are You Drinking" and "What Are You Listening To?", and as I went out to stir the pot of spaghetti sauce (it is Wednesday, after all... And yes, it will be Prince...), I wondered what other people were cooking. We've lived all over the world, and our cooking has been greatly influenced by the places we've been (the worst spaghetti I've ever had was in Rome, and the worst pizza was in Naples, but I later had GREAT pizza in Naples. Go figure...)

    So the question is...

    What are you having for supper tonight?


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    We had a Rachael Ray recipe, Crab and Corn Chowda-Mac. I usually use more bacon and a whole pound of crabmeat. Great stuff.
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    Quote Originally Posted by brdad View Post
    We had a Rachael Ray recipe, Crab and Corn Chowda-Mac. I usually use more bacon and a whole pound of crabmeat. Great stuff.
    Actually, the "Every Day with Rachel Ray" magazine is an EXCELLENT resource for easy recipe ideas. I've been cooking all my life, but still like to get some ideas from her magazine.

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    Default Leftovers here tonight

    I had some smothered beef and mashed potatoes. We also had some turkey noodle soup from the other night as well.
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    Talking tonight was.....

    blackened cajun chicken with onions and mushrooms, a garden salad with baby spinach leaves, and grilled string beans with garlic. Mmmmm.......but I ate too much of it.
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    Default Di and Dan's Dinner

    We just finished a dinner I enjoy cooking and we both enjoy eating.

    Thai Sizzling Catfish and mash garlic and thyme cauliflower. I start by pan frying the catfish in olive oil after dredging it in seasoned flower.(thyme, garlic powder, cayenne pepper, salt and pepper) After about 4 minutes a side it goes under the broiler after I baste it with the Thai sauce. ( soy, basil, thai peppers, lime leaves, garlic and lemon grass) After 3 minutes or so under the broiler, it's time to eat it.

    I simply steam the cauliflower until al dente, mash into a tablespoon of melted unsalted butter, baked garlic, fresh thyme and enough chicken broth to make it a consistency we like. Now that's a healthy dinner!
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    In a rare move I made supper tonight. I made lemon garlic sauteed shrimp over whole wheat linguine and a tossed salad.
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    If i'm having trouble thinking of something for dinner I go to this site:

    http://whatthe****shouldimakefordinner.com
    (*warning, small amount of possibly offensive language*)

    A lot of the recipes that pop up aren't very hard, but very tasty.
    Last edited by brdad; 02-17-2011 at 06:06 PM. Reason: Offensive site?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dubord207 View Post
    We just finished a dinner I enjoy cooking and we both enjoy eating.

    Thai Sizzling Catfish and mash garlic and thyme cauliflower. I start by pan frying the catfish in olive oil after dredging it in seasoned flower.(thyme, garlic powder, cayenne pepper, salt and pepper) After about 4 minutes a side it goes under the broiler after I baste it with the Thai sauce. ( soy, basil, thai peppers, lime leaves, garlic and lemon grass) After 3 minutes or so under the broiler, it's time to eat it.

    I simply steam the cauliflower until al dente, mash into a tablespoon of melted unsalted butter, baked garlic, fresh thyme and enough chicken broth to make it a consistency we like. Now that's a healthy dinner!
    What time do you serve? Sounds delish

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    Is it time for supper already? Where did the afternoon go?

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