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Texas Toast as I know it was basically bread sliced extra thick and then either used for Garlic Bread/Toast or French Toast.

Dinner here will be pan fried walleye, fried potatoes, and toast. No veggies because it's guy home alone night, and I can do what I want- pig out on fresh never been frozen walleyes, and drink beer. :-)

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I hope I'm not wrong, but Texas Toast is another word for garlic bread (which goes great with chicken alfredo!).

I'm just grilling burgers tonight with broccoli cauliflower salad and baked beans.

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Texas toast ?

never heard of it but sounds interesting

Niagara Falls NY
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Chicken Alfredo tonight with Texas toast.

Rayne LA
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Chilli dogs tonight.

Rayne LA
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Lw, the recipie is a keeper!!! Thanks so much !! It will be made often here!

Myerstown PA
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Grilled steak with aspargus and wild rice

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I pay $30.00 a pound wholesale for true wild grown and $15 for 3 ounces dried. If you have a bunch and dry some always use your water that you reconstitute in for some sort of dish. Seriously awesome stock! I especially like it in a bone marrow reduction sauce.

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It's not what's for dinner, but a question for morel mushroom eaters- we came across a respectable quantity recently and are curious as to what they may cost if you were to buy them. Anybody know?

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Thanks for the recipe Bacc n LadyW, I look forward to making it for Mrs Leeza!

And Cayne-- that's a hot pic!! Makes me hungry!

And we had just over 100 at our wedding. I remember the cake was so amazing that instead if freezing it for an anniversary, we ate it.

Oh dinner: I'll make a wild rice pilaf as a side dish for BBQ this week and maybe a beet slaw-- because Mrs Leeza likes multiple options and variety!

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