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  1. #1016
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    Default Re: What's for dinner

    i prefer fried chicken livers with rice and gravy

    now that is soul food
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    I'm cool with organs, but I don't eat filters. Ewww.

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    so, no shellfish then eh?
    besides what you yourself got a liver for???
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul Pless View Post
    i prefer fried chicken livers with rice and gravy

    now that is soul food
    Phyllis and I used to eat fried chicken livers all the time... usually, with rice... actually, Rice-a-Roni

    Had to stop that, though, since Rice-a-Roni actually has some orzo in it, not good for celiac patients.

    It's a great inexpensive meal... but admittedly, cleaning the livers is a hassle.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul Pless View Post
    so, no shellfish then eh?
    besides what you yourself got a liver for???
    Ewww, no! Little crickets of the sea and boogers in shells.

    Okay, joking. On the coast, I eat seafood, but here, I don't. I typically don't eat from a silver hook ever, so mostly I get fish. Oh, but I have been clamming. These pismos is yummy.

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    Originally Posted by Norman Bernstein
    I like it on rye bread with a nice slice of Bermuda onion
    Yum.

    I'm cool with organs, but I don't eat filters. Ewww.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Breakaway View Post
    Yum.



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    Default Re: What's for dinner

    Fresh rockfish. Salt, pepper, shaved garlic in the olive oil and butter. Medium heat, 6 or 7 minutes.


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    Quote Originally Posted by L.W. Baxter View Post
    Fresh rockfish. Salt, pepper, shaved garlic in the olive oil and butter. Medium heat, 6 or 7 minutes.
    Oh, that looks good!

    My wife has one rule - no thick fish (except salmon). Don't ask me why. I think she would make another exception for that!

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    That's an interesting way of dividing the fish kingdom, "thick" and what, "thin"? or "flat"? Is halibut a thin fish?

    Fresh rockfish is a real delicacy. After freezing the breezy tang of the sea disappears, and it is just an ordinary white fish.

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    Default Re: What's for dinner

    cool, windy, damp, grey, overcast day here in hell

    no better time for ham and lentil soup made from the leftover easter ham - with a little kick from red pepper and chili powder
    and crusty bread
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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe (SoCal) View Post


    Pork loin looks good - ribs are lookin' a little crispy there, Joe - was the loin "on the rib" to start?
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    Default Re: What's for dinner

    Thinned the wintered-over spinach in the garden— a bit tough for salad. So I made some Provençal-style spinach and white bean soup.



    Onion, garlic, olive oil, chicken stock, thyme, basil, orzo, canellini, chopped parsley.

    Very unceremonious meal. Brown bread and ciabatta, butter, parmesan cheese, Chateau St. Jean chardonnay.

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    Can't see your images, Chip-Skiff.

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    Friday night, it was oyster stew at the SeaHag in Depoe Bay. Good, but not as good as mine by any means. Last night it was chicken soup. After a day of high winds and pouring rains.. it really hit the spot. Tonight I think it'll be an omelette with chicken, cheddar and chard.
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    Default Re: What's for dinner

    Stuffed Burgers, corn & grilled asparagus



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