Old  January 8th, 2011, 1:37pm     #76
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Roasted chicken breasts, my fave organic wild rice blend cooked in my homemade chicken stock, steamed peas.

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  Old  January 8th, 2011, 1:39pm     #77
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Ordering Chinese food for a late lunch/early dinner. Restaurant meals are always too big for me so I'll get two meals out of it.
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  Old  January 8th, 2011, 1:49pm     #78
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Slow-cooker Pot Roast and potatoes! Perfect for a cold winter evening. Yum!
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  Old  January 8th, 2011, 1:59pm     #79
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I just got one for Christmas and have only used it for a ham. I have to try a roast, when of course I can chew again!

I'm surprised at the things they say you can make in them.

Did you get a electric one or the tradional? I just got the tradional 10 quart one.
I have this one-oh oh the link won't take you right there--it's the Wolfgang Puck Red one tho--

http://kitchen-dining.hsn.com/wolfga...17471&ocm=sekw

It's electric==-I'm thinking of making chili tonite or tomorrow in it.

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  Old  January 8th, 2011, 3:10pm     #80
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Ds weent to play cards, I'll have everything ready for tacos at 5:00 and we'll eat whenever he comes in.
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  Old  January 8th, 2011, 5:22pm     #81
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I finally used my new pressure cooker. I made a roast cooked in a sauce, and it turned out delish! And, no, the pc did not explode, just as Wolfgang Puck promised!

I made gravy out of the juices, and we had mashed potatoes, corn and bread along with it.

It was not only super tasty, it looked beautiful on the plates.
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I want to get one, I have always been afraid. I want to can stews etc and you are supposed to to that in a pressure cooker.
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I just got one for Christmas and have only used it for a ham. I have to try a roast, when of course I can chew again!

I'm surprised at the things they say you can make in them.

Did you get a electric one or the tradional? I just got the tradional 10 quart one.
http://www.kuhnrikon.com/products/pr...ure.php3?id=14

This is the one I got last year. But I haven't used it.


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Hubster made a run by the Asian supermarket and come home with heads on Gulf Shrimp and fresh Clams.
He made a fabulous clam and shrimp dish with white wine, butter, garlic, sauteed red peppers and finished with tomatoes over angel hair pasta. Yum, Yum, Yum. Who needs a recipe?

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  Old  January 8th, 2011, 5:32pm     #82
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Ordered a pizza and made an apple crumble for dessert.
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  Old  January 8th, 2011, 8:27pm     #83
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Cavatelli with meat sauce, garlic bread and salad
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  Old  January 8th, 2011, 9:18pm     #84
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There's Bouillabaisse broth & veggies simmering on the stove. In a few minutes I'm going to add salmon, shrimp, littleneck clams, and mussels. Smells amazing. I love almost anything with saffron. I'll serve it with some good bakery pan rustique bread.

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  Old  January 9th, 2011, 9:02am     #85
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We're having what my daughter calls green bean stew. Green beans, potatoes, and ham simmered together. Traditionally a side dish in the south but we like it enough to have a big bowl and call it dinner. We're also having homemade bread courtesy of my son, I'm not sure what kind he's bringing, and brownies with Breyer's vanilla ice cream.
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  Old  January 9th, 2011, 9:19am     #86
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My dad grew up in PA and they call it Mess A Beans, he eats his with jelly bread for some reason

Tonight I am doing a chicken and pasta dish

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  Old  January 9th, 2011, 12:30pm     #87
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Steak, baked potatoes, broccoli
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  Old  January 9th, 2011, 1:34pm     #88
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Pepper Steak and Rice
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  Old  January 9th, 2011, 2:24pm     #89
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Vegetarian lentil chili with warm biscuits and sparkling pomegranate juice

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  Old  January 9th, 2011, 5:15pm     #90
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homeade pizzas and toss salad. Cooked off some chicken for dinner tmw, I seem to take stuff out of the freezer with the intent to COOK IT but then I forget!!

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