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SanaaSol

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  1. WOW! Just...wow. ← I'll second that! Beautiful...
  2. SanaaSol

    Dinner! 2008

    Everything looks incredible Mota: I love djon-djon! Do you have a recipe by any chance?
  3. Ann T: Those biscuits and gravy look amazing!! I'm drooling over here... I usually don't make very hearty breakfasts, even on the weekends, but my Aunt was visiting from out of town so I wanted to make an effort for her,lol. Scrambled eggs, sausage and peppers, baked beans & patacones (fried green plantain)
  4. Cupcakes again for me... These let me use up excess easter egg candy ) Robin's nest cupcakes: Vanilla buttercake, fudge frosting, toasted coconut Plafield: That cake is so sweet...and your lettering is perfect! Do you have any tips? I can never write on cakes so neatly. The strawberry hearts are adorable too. Tri2Cook - those sugared leaves are so beautiful!! How do you do that?(if you don't mind me asking)
  5. Hmm, I don't have a rice cooker, but I get pretty good sticky rice this way: (I use short grain, but it should work with other sizes) One cup of dry rice: -Rinse the rice in cold water until it runs clear -Set it aside to drain in a strainer for about 30 minutes - 1 hour -Combine the rice with 8 oz of water in pot, cover and bring to a boil over high heat...takes about 5 minutes. As soon as it reaches a boil, turn the heat to low and let the rice cook for about 15 minutes. Take the pot off the heat and let it steam for another 15 minutes. It takes a little bit of time, but I get sticky rice every time...it should be easier once your rice cooker comes though! I think it'll do all these steps automatically...?
  6. I know I'm late, but...just wow... these look delicious... good work!
  7. SanaaSol

    Dinner! 2008

    This thread is amazing! So many wonderful ideas. I love it! C. Sapidius - Sure, here is the recipe. I hope you like it! monavano - your stew looks great! I've always wanted to try groundnut stew, especially with beef. I think I'd better got to it, lol...
  8. SanaaSol

    Dinner! 2008

    Ann_T, Kim -Thanks so much! Whoa, what interesting combinations!...sounds (and looks) awesome! What was the inspiration for this? I've had horrible luck with making cornish hens...but I may have to take another crack at them to try this out...those flavors are right up my alley...
  9. SanaaSol

    Dinner! 2008

    I was in the mood for soup for some reason... I made a ginger red lentil soup with spinach.
  10. Tri2Cook - Wow, that olive cobbler sounds so interesting! Looks great too! I made Guinness cupcakes w/ brown sugar cream frosting. At first, I was thinking of making a Bailey's Irish Cream frosting, then changed my mind at the last minute, lol...
  11. SanaaSol

    Dinner! 2008

    I was feeling under the weather...didn't go shopping...so tonight's meal was more of a pantry / clean-out-the fridge type deal: I had a huge bunch of collard greens that I hadn't used yet and I didn't want them to go bad. Ginger salmon cakes & soy glazed collards I just cut the greens into thin strips and cooked them down with fresh ginger, oyster sauce, soy, red pepper flakes, lime juice, brown sugar and a little water...
  12. SanaaSol

    Dinner! 2008

    Shelby, Chris - Thank you! The pre-packaged were good, although they have a slight tang to them Still good though. I'm too chicken to make gnocchi myself, but it's on my list of things to try sometime this year, lol. these looks so amazing....
  13. Thanks to whoever bumped this! This is why I love eG ...for some reason, it's been on my mind recently to try making these, and here pops up a thread. These all look delicious guys!
  14. Oh gosh, you've just reminded me...I've seen this too Hmm, I haven't seen this one. But, if TV series count, then I'll add the Korean drama: My Name is Kim Sam Soon. The main character was a pastry chef, so there where a lot of good shots of yummy desserts
  15. How funny, I just posted about Le Grand Chef on my blog last month. Nice movie Eat Drink Man Woman is my favorite food movie, or actually, it's my favorite film period. The opening scene is just amazing to me. I also like Scent of Green Papaya...I can't think of any more though...
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