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OMG joan..........ill invite you for dinner if you come dressed like that :)

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V wont be home till late tonight so I thnk Im sneaking my daughter and I out for a nice dinner out.

Should make for an interesting evening lol

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It was from a Chinese restaurant so I assume it wasn't Greek style. I didn't even know there was a Greek style.

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carrie.....that was my fathers most favorite dish.....was it greek style?

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Egg-drop soup.

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souvlaki sub with feta cheese dressing.........ghiradelli brownies for desert with vanilla icecream on top :)

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grilled pork chops with scalloped pots, veggies and a salad.

ENjoy joan*

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Mardi gras food...Sounds good...We don't often have the opportunity to eat crawfish, or mudbugs, or whatever everyone calls them (crayfish?). Wish we could more often. We love Cajun/NO cooking.

Maybe fish for dinner...When it's smokin' it's cookin. When it's black, it's done.

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jambalaya

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In the Spirit of Mardi Gras

A crawfish étouffée, if made with a roux, usually has a reddish color: this is sometimes mistakenly attributed to crawfish fat (an important ingredient). Crawfish fat is bright yellow, and will not color the dish red: the red color comes from the dark brown-red roux. Seasonings the crawfish were boiled in could also give the dish a red tint. There is typically no tomato in this dish. However, in some areas it has become popular to add tomatoes or tomato paste to the dish. There is a significant difference between the etouffes of Lafayette (Acadiana Cajun Country), and those of New Orleans (Creole) and surrounding areas. The Cajuns make their etouffee with a cream sauce, and the Creole style is red-brown.

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