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#361 06-05-2008 06:21:52

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From: Southeast South Dakota
Registered: 03-07-2008
Posts: 342

Re: Hey Grampa!!!! What's For Supper???!!!

I tried a recipe in the "main dishes" category-Rachy's chicken potatoes and peas...or something like that.  It was Excellent!  Yum yum smile

Had some fresh baked bread-still warm (I cheated though; it was frozen dough) and made some rice pudding for dessert...again, cheated and bought a box and mixed it on the stove with milk halfsmile  haha



#362 06-26-2008 05:08:47

Henny Penny
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From: Southern NH
Registered: 04-05-2008
Posts: 375

Re: Hey Grampa!!!! What's For Supper???!!!

We are getting an exchange student from Montenegro in August, so I was looking for recipes from his homeland!
So I made something called "Cevapcici"  It is a recipe out of the former "Yugoslavia"  a mixture of ground beef, pork and lambis well seasoned, shaped into cylinders on skewers and grilled, I served it with fried onions and peppers and a yogurt cucumber sauce...all stuffed in pita bread!  It is yummy!

"Eat dessert first, (preferably chocolate) after all life is uncertain !

In another life I am known as "Cheryl"



#363 07-28-2008 11:38:24

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From: Mississippi
Registered: 02-04-2008
Posts: 237

Re: Hey Grampa!!!! What's For Supper???!!!

Ya'll sure have been busy cooking and eating while I was away. 

Every meal at my house has been quick and easy from Tomato sandwiches to boxed mac & cheese with sliced tomatos. 

All my time has been spent picking something, shelling something, peeling, canning or freezing something. 

Does anyone here have any info on frying squash or pumpkin blossoms?  At what point in development do you pick them?  Do you batter them?  Any info at all would be nice.  I have a million male pumpkin blossoms.

I've wrestled with reality for 35 years, Doctor, and I'm happy to state I finally won out over it. (Jimmy Stewart as Elwood Dowd in Harvey)


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