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    ^^^Umm-this does not look easy to me! I have to give myself time to absorb this information.Sounds so good! One thing-you do not say add salt and or pepper. Do you?
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    McJag, you will find confidence in ease as you get used to creating your own recipes. You would want to add salt and pepper to taste.

    Just be confident with the recipe because you don't need to have all the ingredients listed above or you could add even more to make it more like a pasta primavera.

    As well, look for the good kind of parm cheese, parmigiano regiano. it's about 8 dollars for a block but it lasts a really long time and the difference in the depth of flavour is amazing.

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    ^^Thanks. The dish could be hot or cold, but I prefer it hot. I couldn't live without my parma reggiano, or good quality olive oil.

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    Toss up between 4 day old Lasagna before dumping it, Kielbasa with macaroni and potato salad, or BBQ chicken wings all leftover from the weekend.
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    I went to Mark's this weekend and this is what I had:

    First, we ate different types of bread (french, sesame, oatmeal) all thinly sliced and toasted with hand churned butter.

    Next, I started with a bowl of creamy corn chowder with bacon and spices.

    My entree was Kentucky bourbon glazed pork tenderloin with molasses glazed yams and eight jewel ginger apple compote.

    Dessert was caramel creme brulee.

    We also drank wine and mojitos. Mark's makes their own special mojitos using vodka instead of rum and adding grapefruit juice. They rim the glass with "ginger sugar."

    It was incredible!! If anyone is in the Houston area, you HAVE to try this restaurant.

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    Mmm...it sounds good, except for the pork (I don't eat it). I'd love to try one of those mojitas, tho.

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    Boy, my dinner sounds very unappealing compared to yours, SB! Tonight it's green beans and eggplant in black bean sauce, served over brown rice.

    Oh, and a spinach salad with sprouted seeds.

    (Gotta offset the chocolate croissant I just ate )

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    I'm gona do vegetarian lasagne, quite good for my standard of cooking

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    I think that we might go to Cracker Barrel. I love their Broccoli Cheddar Chicken.

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    Pizza here, it's bf's birthday and we're ordering pizza with his buddies coming over.
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    New England clam chowder with ritz crackers.
    Im ashamed to say what I did for a klondike bar...

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    2 slices of pizza
    2 sweet and salty bars
    Kraft Dinner.

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    lol. so far 3 cookies. i'm not doing well in the dinner department today.

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    Chicken Scallopini (I think thats how you spell it) with peas, baked potato and pumpkin.

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    Very creative tonight...pogos with fries lol
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