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oh, bring it! I'd kill for the meat/cheese/etc. platter! my god, i do love some dry italian salami.

and I love that the place uses real, hand-thrown pottery! Very nice touch and a great way to support us potters!

It was a cool place. I love the idea of share plates!
 

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So, last weekend we headed off to the Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo.... and you know what that means... CARNIVAL FOOD!

So, witness the beauty that is Fried M&M's
OMG, that looks awesome! Carnival food rocks!!!! :bow:
 

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This one's for you wtchmel! ;)

Last night was chili cheese dog casserole with brown sugar baked beans and avocado slices. (YUM!!)
Dude!!! My son and I were totally salivating over this yesterday,LOL, Yummm ;) And again today,lol :bow:
 

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Oooh, they look good! How did you prepare them Jean?
I cut boneless, skinless chicken thighs into strips, dredged them in seasoned flour (the batch in the pic I added a packet of ranch dressing mix), shook off the excess flour and laid on a baking sheet I'd hit with cooking spray. After all the strips were on the sheet I sprayed them with more spray and then into the oven until they were done. I flipped them once before they were done. You can season the flour however you want.

I came up with this when I didn't feel like breaking out the Fry Daddy cuz I was being very lazy that day :D
 

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I cut boneless, skinless chicken thighs into strips, dredged them in seasoned flour (the batch in the pic I added a packet of ranch dressing mix), shook off the excess flour and laid on a baking sheet I'd hit with cooking spray. After all the strips were on the sheet I sprayed them with more spray and then into the oven until they were done. I flipped them once before they were done. You can season the flour however you want.

I came up with this when I didn't feel like breaking out the Fry Daddy cuz I was being very lazy that day :D
What temp did you have the oven on?
 

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I cut boneless, skinless chicken thighs into strips, dredged them in seasoned flour (the batch in the pic I added a packet of ranch dressing mix), shook off the excess flour and laid on a baking sheet I'd hit with cooking spray. After all the strips were on the sheet I sprayed them with more spray and then into the oven until they were done. I flipped them once before they were done. You can season the flour however you want.

I came up with this when I didn't feel like breaking out the Fry Daddy cuz I was being very lazy that day :D
Thanks Jean! I love how easy it is to prep.
 

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So my nice little elderly neighbor lady came over tonight, and delivered some cupcakes. But not your ordinary cupcake, these are egg shaped cupcakes. I have never seen anything like this, and thought it was pretty cool. So I thought I'd share a few pics.

My kids seemed to like them. But they tasted weird to me. Could have been all of the frosting.

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Pretty egg cakes.Kinda cool.I see what you mean about the frosting.
 

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Those are too cute- ever make jello eggs? That's what I make for my kids for Easter instead of dyed eggs (my mom does the egg dye thing with them).
 

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so....tell me more! What are Hello Dolly Bars??

They're a very simple, rich bar. I think they also go by the names Magic Bars or Seven Layer Bars. The recipe calls for nuts as well (pecans) but i'm not really a nut/baking kinda girl. They carry them at this amazing, retro bakery here so I thought I would try making my own.

They have to cool thoroughly though so i'm waiting to dig in... :)
 

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They're a very simple, rich bar. I think they also go by the names Magic Bars or Seven Layer Bars. The recipe calls for nuts as well (pecans) but i'm not really a nut/baking kinda girl. They carry them at this amazing, retro bakery here so I thought I would try making my own.

They have to cool thoroughly though so i'm waiting to dig in... :)
I only see 6 ingredients..maybe they are 6-layer bars? hehe. Let us know how they turned out. They sound very sweet, but I'd love to try them!
 
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