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Unread 07-03-2009, 08:02 PM
 
Location: If you're not living on the edge, you're taking up too much space
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I had bowknots and sauce earlier and just finished a fudgcicle. They aren't as good as they used to be but will do in a pinch - when you need something cold and chocolatey

Lisa, hope you manage to recover from my herbal cruelty. Maybe when you do you can answer my question - are you growing any other herbs?

I did not try the panko yet. My oven is still broken and now they say it can't be fixed afterall. Stinkers. Don't even get me started. Anyway, I guess I need to find a pan fried recipe for panko something (not fish).

Off to watch The Soup...

 
Unread 07-03-2009, 08:17 PM
 
Location: 78 square miles surrounded by reality
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Borrowing spouse's computer tonight, as the daughter (a/k/a the Tech Goddess) has absconded with my laptop to clean it of what she calls "bloatware," install new spybot-catchers and order more something-or-other that I think involves memory. Wish to h*** she could add to my memory while she's at it....

Supper tonight was a pair of gorgeous ahi tuna steaks on the grill, brushed with just a bit of olive oil and topped with home-made pesto (and Lisa, a mortar and pestle does work just fine, at least for small quantities of it), with steamed sugar-snap peas for a side. No starch tonight, but we really didn't need one. It was wonderful.

Best wishes to all for a SAFE and happy Fourth of July!
 
Unread 07-03-2009, 08:23 PM
 
Location: Back Home In TN…YAY:):)
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Toosie- Basil is really the only one this year. I am concentrating on the veggies first and herbs next year. I would also like to grow sprouts.

MBW- Your dinner sounds delicious. Looks like I will have to look for a mortar and pestle. The things I have to modify to live off grid, lol.
 
Unread 07-03-2009, 08:39 PM
 
Location: If you're not living on the edge, you're taking up too much space
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That does sound good BookWorm - but I'd still need starch!

Lisa, sounds like you're off to a fantastic start with your gardening - maybe you can start canning stuff too and send me samples
 
Unread 07-03-2009, 08:41 PM
 
Location: 78 square miles surrounded by reality
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Lisa, sprouts are easy, and you don't have to wait until next year to try them; my mom used to grow alfalfa sprouts in a little dish on her kitchen sink year-round. She'd use 'em in salads and on sandwiches instead of lettuce.

It's been a long time - Mom died in '97 - but I remember that she'd use a margarine tub with a big hole cut in the lid, so that all that was really left was a rim to snap over the container. She'd put alfalfa seeds in the tub with a little water, spread some flexible mesh over the top and snap that cut-out rim on to keep the mesh on. I believe she'd drain it and add fresh water each day, and within a few days, she'd have a tub-full of fresh home-grown sprouts to add to her salads. She'd mix in radish seeds sometimes for a spicier crunch, but mostly it was just the alfalfa.

And way, way back in the day, when I worked at the Chinese restaurant during college, they'd grow their own bean sprouts in much the same way, but in much larger quantities. They had bought new plastic garbage cans that they punched holes in, and they'd grow beansprouts in them in the back room. It's been too many decades now to remember the details, but I know the Kowloon Palace in Kalamazoo never, ever bought a beansprout as long as they were in business.
 
Unread 07-03-2009, 09:20 PM
 
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A tuna salad, and, enjoy the sunshine with all this rain, and have sweet-pea out for a walk!
Well, not really her name, it is Taz! Happy 4th to all! I did get 4 lbs off, and, even the dog is looking great!
 
Unread 07-03-2009, 09:31 PM
 
Location: Brooklyn, New York
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Oven Baked Seasoned Chicken Breast and Spinach Fettuccine MmmMM Yummy and Good for you
 
Unread 07-03-2009, 09:36 PM
 
Location: USA
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Sausage and peppers tonight. Been busy getting ready for tomorrow's bbq

Have a wonderful and safe July 4th everyone
 
Unread 07-04-2009, 12:05 AM
 
Location: Sweet Home Alabama
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LISA -I think you are doing wonderfully, BUT, if Toosie wants to give you some "footnotes on herbology, well ..who am I to stand in her way? I wouldn't want to be a heel or anything!
 
Unread 07-04-2009, 01:48 AM
 
Location: Somewhere out there
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Wow 14 pages to catch up on sorry foodies don't have time to do that right now. If I have missed something please DM me~~thanks.

Have a safe & fun Independence day hope you get all kinds of great food to try. We are invited to a cookout & pool party so I made food to take or send if just my kids go.
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