kayswv

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    Port Ludlow, WA

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  1. Lunch! What'd ya have? (2017)

    They actually look better. BWI is an airport we frequent (family there) so will need to give that a try. Name please!
  2. Sicilian Baked Sausage

    Thank you lindag. I've sent you a private message. Kay
  3. Sicilian Baked Sausage

    Lindag, have you made the dish using Italian sausage not in links? Kay
  4. Here is a recent post I found that might be of interest for you. https://abernathysrabbitry.com/2014/06/23/copycat-costco-seafood-stuffed-salmon/ Kay
  5. Darlene, I would like the recipe for the bread. Thanks, Kay Standish

    kastandish@gmail.com

  6. Dinner 2016 (Part 7)

    Could you possibly post your interpretation of what the chef gave you on the recipe thread, so we could all enjoy? I definitely agree it looks more than great. Kay
  7. ElainaA, any guidance on recreating your " deep fried stuffed eggplant from Irene Kuo's Key to Chinese Cooking" ? Can't access the book and can't find the recipe online. It looks great and something we would enjoy.  Thanks, Kay Standish kayswv

  8. Soba Addict70, do you chop the almonds? Kay
  9. Cook-Off 63: Summer Squash

    Shelby, If you haven't seen it yet, Food and Wine has a great collection of zucchini recipes. http://www.foodandwine.com/slideshows/zucchini?xid=DISH073114FantasticZucchiniRecipes Wish I lived close enough to "help you out" with your great harvest. Kay
  10. We have been really enjoying Trader Joe's Mocha Cappuccino Mix. Comes in a 10.8 oz can and is stocked with the coffee and tea. Have only had it hot but supposedly can be enjoyed cold also. Good mid-afternoon pick me up. Kay
  11. Do you have access to a coop or a farmer's market? I have been getting them right now at both places. They are delicious scrubbed and thinly sliced and then roasted in a hot oven after being tossed with olive oil. Kay
  12. 'Drinking' Malbec suggestions?

    When you think Malbec, you usually think of inexpensive wines with solid fruit notes but a substantive body that can match up to bold meals. The Ruta 22 Malbec 2011 is all of these. First, its price is an incredible value for the quality of this wine. It's fruity enough to be appealing and approachable, but a nicely dry finish creates an unexpected and delightful balance with our favorite early-Fall foods. Wine Spectator gave this vintage an 87, and it just won the Bronze at the Dallas Wine Competition. It is priced around $11. Kay
  13. Sorry, try this instead: Kay Edited to remove new link as that didn't work either. Publication I was trying to link to is gourmettraveller.com.au/restaurants/restaurant-news-features/2013/6/chefs'-favourite-jaffle-fillings. Kay
  14. I don't know what a "jaffle" is, and I'm not a "Dude!" even without the exclamation point. I recall the cheese getting pretty hot, but then, so does most, if not all, cheese that's grilled. Shel, You might find this link interesting. http://www.gourmettraveller.com.au/restaurants/restaurant-news-features/2013/6/chefs'-favourite-jaffle-fillings/ Kay
  15. Great deal! It is "only" $79.99 here http://www.shopmaggies.com/servlet/the-9122/Wilton-Armetale-Grapes-Oval/Detail Kay