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What's for Sunday Dinner, 4/10?? - cjs - 04-10-2011

What's on everyone's menu for tonight?? Laura, you're doing your own thing this weekend, aren't you??

For us? Leftovers!! Dibs and Dabs of some goodies.


Re: What's for Sunday Dinner, 4/10?? - Gourmet_Mom - 04-10-2011

Jean, that's not the routine leftovers, I'm sure!

We're having a Fig Baked Ham, cheesy pasta salad, garlicy green beans, fresh bread, and BANANA PUDDING! (We were at the store, and William held up a bunch of aging bananas on sale and smiled. I went to grab the Nilla wafers and milk.) Jean, this is the same recipe as my mother's chocolate pie....minus the cocoa, of course, and switching out the wafers for pie crust.


Re: What's for Sunday Dinner, 4/10?? - luvnit - 04-10-2011

Well my own thing is over as of today. They will be home this evening and we are having your Tacos with Mole Sauce. My mom and her hubby were supposed to cover over tonight, but we have changed plans. Brad worked very hard this weekend and I am imposing some down time for him. He needs some TV, Tacos, and Beer time tonight.


Re: What's for Sunday Dinner, 4/10?? - Trixxee - 04-10-2011

I'm hoping to have the saffron risotto with seared scallops, prawns, swordfish and baby lobster tail again at Cafe Pesto. And I need to recreate this when we get home though I'll probably just be able to use scallops and prawns.

http://www.cafepesto.com/kawaihae-dinner-menu.html


Re: What's for Sunday Dinner, 4/10?? - Gourmet_Mom - 04-10-2011

That sounds awesome! Dinner was good, but the ham was not anything special. The banana pudding was awesome, though.


Re: What's for Sunday Dinner, 4/10?? - Harborwitch - 04-11-2011

I am hanging my head in SHAME. We had canned posole and I made quesadillas. Another allergy bout clobbered me. We also went down and schmoozed with the other work campers.

Bob and I are going to go for our WA state credentials for bartenders and food handlers. It broadens our skill set a little more. Well we're approaching bedtime. Nite all!


Re: What's for Sunday Dinner, 4/10?? - cjs - 04-11-2011

Oh Karen - what a great menu!! I'm stealing some ideas from it, that's for sure. The risotto sounds wonderful!

Roy is still on his banana kick - I should make this for him, Daphne. sounds good.

Creds for those will certainly be helpful - you'll probably end up licensed in every state...

Our leftovers were great - I think I mentioned I wanted to use jarred oysters for the appetizer Saturday night, to see if they would work for those who don't have access to freseh oyster. (and, it worked great - none of these Pac. Northwesters knew what they were!! ) Anyway, bought 3 jars, not knowing the size they would be and I ended up with 1 full jar and a 2/3 full jar left. So, the 2/3 full one was our leftovers last night with the corn chowder....oh my tasty!

Corn chowder w/fried oysters


Oyster Po'Boy (we split one and his had dill pickles on it)



Re: What's for Sunday Dinner, 4/10?? - Harborwitch - 04-11-2011

Those all look sooooo good. Nice to know the jarred oysters will work. I saved my oyster shells so I'm good.



Re: What's for Sunday Dinner, 4/10?? - HomeCulinarian - 04-11-2011

I finally found enough veal shanks to make Osso Buco. I used the recipe in CAH Issue #7. It was wonderful. I took a photo and will post it later.

Due to the cost of veal shanks, we will not be having this very often!