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Old 06-12-2006, 05:58 AM   #376
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For lunch yesterday though, it was great: A nice big burger, fries, and an Oreo shake from Hardee's. SO good!
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Old 06-12-2006, 05:59 AM   #377
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I made my french chicken recipe, with the chicken breast, the carrots/zukes and the mustard tarragon sauce. Over rice. Brown rice. Which I don't like. But which I eat b/c it's good for me.
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Yesterday: Overly meaty deli sandwich and a Dr. Pepper. For breakfast/dinner this AM: A cream-filled doughnut during a meeting. Nothing to make the boss question your sanity like making mouth love to a pastry.
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Last night was taco salad and tonight is chicken fajitas...I think I'm having a mexican food thingy...
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Tonite I made Bacon Lettuce and Tomato sandwiches on a 7 grain bread.
That is literally, a beautiful sandwich! Do you buy the Niman Ranch products locally or over the web? I read about them in eating well and have so been wanting to try their meats, but the closest place to find them is Louisville. I was wondering what buying meat on the web was like.

Last night was Papa John's Fajita pizza. The first time we had it, I really enjoyed it, but this time, not so much.

Dessert was some banana nut muffins I made from a recipe in a new cookbook I got a little while back and hadn't used yet. Not very good either. Sad, food evening.

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Old 06-12-2006, 08:08 AM   #381
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That is literally, a beautiful sandwich! Do you buy the Niman Ranch products locally or over the web? I read about them in eating well and have so been wanting to try their meats, but the closest place to find them is Louisville. I was wondering what buying meat on the web was like.

Last night was Papa John's Fajita pizza. The first time we had it, I really enjoyed it, but this time, not so much.

Dessert was some banana nut muffins I made from a recipe in a new cookbook I got a little while back and hadn't used yet. Not very good either. Sad, food evening.
Don'tcha hate when stuff is disappointing? Makes me appreciate when things turn out well. I don't take it for granted.

And pizza - even from the same place, sometimes it's GREAT and sometimes quite sucky. sigh.

About Niman Ranch - I got it at Trader Joe's. I've never done the mail order meat thing but people do it all the time, so it must be okay.
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ribs, brisket, beans, coleslaw, potato salad..from the Blue Pig..

OMG>.so freaking good..lol
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Don'tcha hate when stuff is disappointing? Makes me appreciate when things turn out well. I don't take it for granted.

And pizza - even from the same place, sometimes it's GREAT and sometimes quite sucky. sigh.

About Niman Ranch - I got it at Trader Joe's. I've never done the mail order meat thing but people do it all the time, so it must be okay.
Gee and all I had was tempura Shrimp cooked on the bbq, with grilled pineapple and I cooked some bell peppers, onions and asparagus in some tin foil on the grill
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Chicken livers with onions in a gravy, with the most creamiest mashed potatoes I've ever made, with some corn. Very surprised my daughter ate the liver.

Dessert blueberries and strawberries, that have been marinating in a little sugar all day..topped with whipped cream.
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homemade fried chicken (no skin, creole seasonings, and flour) with leftover loaded mashed potatoes.
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homemade fried chicken (no skin, creole seasonings, and flour) with leftover loaded mashed potatoes.

NO SKIN???? I am shocked and dismayed.

(crispy skin is tied with lobster as my fave - oh wait. Now that's something that needs to go on the "embarrassed" thread!)
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NO SKIN???? I am shocked and dismayed.

(crispy skin is tied with lobster as my fave - oh wait. Now that's something that needs to go on the "embarrassed" thread!)
Without the skin, the meat sears itself to the flour and the end result is a very juicy piece of fried chicken. Though admit to having a weakens for fried chicken skin.
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Gah... I accidentally posted this in the craving thread..can ya tell I am weak from hunger?

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Tonight - it is his turn to cook, woohoo. Grilled steak, with potatoes diced and and grilled in foil, I think we are also having steamed broccoli. Dessert is blueberry cheesecake ice cream. No, it is not sugar-free, but it just sounded so good.
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I do everything SVS says, like I'm a robot. Today I bought pricey 'maters, bacon and grainy bread and romaine. I've never made my own BLT. I haven't had one in 10 years.

How do you do it again? Slide the 'maters, cook the bacon, put down some lettuce and that's it? Right?
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2 ham and cheese sandwhiches with yellow mustard and red onion on whole wheat bread

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I do everything SVS says, like I'm a robot. Today I bought pricey 'maters, bacon and grainy bread and romaine. I've never made my own BLT. I haven't had one in 10 years.

How do you do it again? Slide the 'maters, cook the bacon, put down some lettuce and that's it? Right?
do i toast? help me.
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Without the skin, the meat sears itself to the flour and the end result is a very juicy piece of fried chicken.
I like it this way too. Boneless skinless chicken thighs with Old Bay added to the flour is awesome.

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Toast it. Slather with some quality mayo. Add foofy cellophane decorated toothpicks.
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[QUOTE=rainyday]I like it this way too. Boneless skinless chicken thighs with Old Bay added to the flour is awesome.QUOTE]
I used legs and thighs (they had quarters for 19 cents a lb. in the 10 lb. bag; couldn't pass that up so I got 2 bags) and Tony Cachere's Creole seasoning.
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Sorry! Sorry! I was delayed. lol. I took a couple of hours off to watch Hell's Kitchen on the dvr. So shoot me!

Like Rainy said - definitely toast the bread. ya gotta! And the assembly is subjective. All my life I put mayo on the bottom slice, then bacon, then tomato then lettuce then mayo on the top slice.

But now I put tomato on the bottom, then bacon, then lettuce (the mayo hasn't changed.) I think it tastes better with the bacon between the cool stuff. Altho maybe I will switch back next time for a nostalgic taste
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See, to me, it's not a BLT unless it's on a dense white or sourdough bread. Then Miracle Whip Light on BOTH pieces of bread, bacon on the bottom, then tomato, then lettuce.
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If I think Miracle Whip is frankenfood I can't imagine what Miracle Whip Light must taste like.


Tonight was chicken fajitas. Strips of chicken breast, red and yellow peppers and yellow onions sauteed in garlic-infused olive oil and seasoned with chili powder, paprika and cayenne. Served in whole wheat tortillas with sharp cheddar on top and low-fat sour cream and guac on the side.

Once they were assembled I should have put them under the broiler, but instead I was lazy and just nuked them to melt the cheese.
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Like Rainy said - definitely toast the bread. ya gotta! And the assembly is subjective. All my life I put mayo on the bottom slice, then bacon, then tomato then lettuce then mayo on the top slice.

But now I put tomato on the bottom, then bacon, then lettuce (the mayo hasn't changed.) I think it tastes better with the bacon between the cool stuff. Altho maybe I will switch back next time for a nostalgic taste
God, that does sound goooood. Thanks.
I'm sure we all have different ethnic backgrounds which limited our exposure to certain things. I've had BLTs and they're simply enough, but they weren't anything we had at home b/c my mom was born and raised in a place they're not eaten. It's really interesting to see how our parents' tastes and backgrounds influence us.
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