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I thought of water this am when I opened the fridge ... kinda a DUH moment if you know what I mean LOL

Lost, there is a new chineese place right around the corner I can't wait to go to but Gary doesnt eat it so waiting for daughter to have same day off or my folks to come in July.....

Dinner tonight... customer gave us chicken bbq tickets for today....so thats tonight bbq chicken,baked potato, and a drink.. I will add some kind of steamed veggy and either salad or coleslaw...

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milk will help, Creamy, but if you're reheating, you can also add a bit of water and thin it down that way too (too late for that advice tonight, but)

Roast, red potatoes w/ garlic and basil, carrots

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Took my daughter to eat chinese food :0).

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Cayne, Thank you so so much I am glad you knew what I ment because I wasnt sure how to spell it!! I am going to make it on my next day off ( which is Tuesday ) thanks again!!

Dinner tonight was take out, storms knocked out power from 2- until almost 7 pm!! I ate about 1/4 of mine...I ordered Tortellini ala Nonna... which is cheese tortellini with ham and peas in a light cream sauce....its good but the sauce is way tooo rich.... I am thinking to add some milk to the sauce when I reheat it...dont know if it will help or not ....

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Baked Orange Roughy and Dirty Rice with salad..

San Antonio TX
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Shrimp stew and fresh grilled Bass fillets.

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Picked up one of those fully cooked rotisserie chickens and going to side it with some mash potatoes and gravy. Also picked of a loaf of soft Dutch Crunch bread...thinking of turning my meal into one big sandwich? Going to be a mess, but worth it...I think:)

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lamb burgers with cheddar cheese...........garden salad key lime pie

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League play tonight, so burgers and fries at the lanes.

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Creamy I think you mean ciabatta...

Here's the recipe I use:

For biga (starter): 1 cup plus 1 tablespoon room temp water 1 1/4-ounce package dry yeast 3 1/3 cups bread flour

For dough: Biga 3/4 cup plus 2 tablespoons room temp water Pinch of dry yeast 1/2 cup plus 3 tablespoons semolina flour 2 1/2 teaspoons salt Additional semolina flour

Make biga: Place water in processor. Sprinkle yeast over. Let stand until yeast dissolves, about 8 minutes. Add 1 cup flour; process until blended. Scrape down sides of work bowl. Add 1 cup flour; repeat processing and scraping. Add remaining 1 1/3 cups flour. Process until small moist clumps form. Gather dough into ball (dough will be firm); place in large bowl. Cover; chill overnight (biga will soften, resembling thick oatmeal in texture).

Make dough: Pull biga into walnut-size pieces; place in a clean large bowl. Add water, yeast and 1/2 cup plus 3 tablespoons semolina. Using 1 hand, squeeze ingredients together 2 minutes. Work dough 4 minutes by scooping sections from sides of bowl and pressing into center, blending into very soft, shaggy mass. Using spatula, scrape dough from sides of bowl into center. Let dough rest in bowl, uncovered, 10 minutes.

Sprinkle salt over dough. Using 1 hand, knead dough by rotating bowl 1/4 turn at a time, scooping dough from sides and folding down into center until dough starts to come away from sides of bowl, about 5 minutes. Scrape dough from hand and sides of bowl. Cover bowl with towel; let dough rest 20 minutes.

Rotating bowl 1/4 turn at a time, fold dough over onto itself 6 times; turn dough over in bowl. Cover with towel and let dough rest in bowl 20 minutes.

Bake bread: Preheat oven to 425°F. Sprinkle work surface with additional semolina. Turn dough out onto semolina. Using pastry scraper or large knife, cut dough in half; keep halves separated. Let stand, uncovered, 20 minutes.

Sprinkle 2 large baking sheets with additional semolina. Transfer each dough half, semolina side up, to 1 sheet. Stretch each dough half to 16x4-inch rectangle. Press fingertips into dough in several places to dimple surface (characteristic of this bread). Bake until golden brown, about 25 minutes. Cool. (Can be prepared 2 weeks ahead. Double-wrap in aluminum foil to freeze.)

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