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we are having some fresh wild duck breast fillet strips tonight, with fries and tots. It was requested by our kids lol

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A good skill to have all the time. I have a friend who works at one of the big food retailers who told me that when we can't find things in the store it's not because they don't want to carry it but can't get it due to changing weather conditions so the ability to make something out of almost nothing is timely.

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Pintos beans, ham and corn bread tonight.

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ended up making a beef chowder...hubby liked it and said I can always make something out of nothing. Maybe a good skill to have sometimes.

San Antonio TX
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try making more of a biscuit type dough and include cheddar cheese, top your pot pie with that and see what you think. A bit of curry to the chicken would be a good flavor as well.

I'm not sure yet what for dinner. It may be two separate dinners b/c I'm in the mood for fish, and Dan doesn't eat it at all, not even lobster.

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Anyone make a really good Chicken Pot Pie? I usually just use chicken left over from Chicken Soup with potatoes and add to a crust. Its good but Im looking for delicious!!

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Baby Back Ribs and whatever, Deanna decides to pick up on the way home from work!

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Seduction: Aioli sounds really good and I am going to try it soon. It reminds me of chimichurri which I love but it makes the entire house reek of garlic.

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Like that pose.....I feel you. I'll check it out because I want to know the difference between cayenne and crushed red pepper. Thanks.

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We forget about veal for two reasons, I think...(1) unless you shop at a high-end butcher, many places don't carry it just like the rib or loin lamb chops and (2) in today's economy, if you can afford to eat a lot of the fancy foods many of us say we eat here, you are blessed! I bought two veal chops the other week from my butcher only because I was surprised they had it and I hadn't them in years. Anyway, I am snowed in today because the south is not ready for this kind of snow and don't need to risk an accident for nothing so I am making cornish hens stuffed with basmati rice and stir fried cabbage.

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