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suzilightning

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  1. John turns the lights off and hides in the basement.
  2. suzilightning

    Dinner 2019

    Hoping John will get back at a reasonable hour from rock climbing... pan roasted bone in chicken breasts (skin removed after roasted as per hubs preference). Does he have to know I roast the skin to a crisp later? rice with sautéed onion, red peppers and peas.
  3. TJ's in Denville opened last Friday. Now I can play, too.😃
  4. suzilightning

    Dinner 2019

    Guess I'll put this here.... I stopped at my favorite farmstand and while there were no zucchini pickles or zucchini relish or fresh lima beans there was strawberry jam. I am loving the jam on toast with a smear of salted butter and a sprinkle of aged balsamic vinegar. Just ate two slices. Thank you Mrs. Rea. I hope to see you for a chat next year...… hopefully it will be a good year for the zucchini and limas.
  5. Uh, not me. Don't own a dishwasher … unless you count my hands.
  6. suzilightning

    Lunch 2019

    3 leftover buffalo wings, green salad.
  7. SOUP!!! Squash, onion(broth with both chicken and beef), red lentil, mushroom. Casseroles of all sorts. Meatloaf, roasted chicken, stews, chili, roasted venison, roasted pork loin. Baked potatoes, potatoes au gratin … potatoes and egg noodles?! Roasted cauliflower, red cabbage, vegetable stew.... already did the yearly sauerbrauten with gingersnap gravy., red cabbage, applesauce and potato pancakes.
  8. Toasted piece of Calandra's bread spread with some pimento cheese then run under the broiler until toasty and bubbly. Topped with some of our thinly sliced yellow pear tomatoes.
  9. ...or stem the fresh fig, cut a cross into the stem end, stuff with blue cheese, drape with prosciutto, bake for about 5 minutes in a 400F oven then drizzle with some good, aged balsamic.
  10. suzilightning

    Breakfast 2019

    Panera's chicken noodle soup for John and me. Cup of yoghurt and an iced tea for "dessert".
  11. Depends on where they have been eating. Many of the ones up in the hinterlands are quite good. Just like with venison up here ...
  12. Are wild turkeys considered game? I mean these birds looked like ostriches in terms of weight. Most certainly. Turkey season begins this Saturday here in NJ and ends on 2 November. I have several friends headed out up in Morris County.
  13. I'm afraid to see what you might have picked up...…….
  14. I'm getting another list together..... will check on the PB lovers cookbook when we get back from the shore. If I don't hear within a month or two I donate to one of the local libraries for their sales. @mudbug, where in the ARKLATEX? I know how to suck head and pinch tail!!!
  15. suzilightning

    Lunch 2019

    sauerbraten with ginger gravy, carrots, red cabbage with apples and onions and applesauce.
  16. suzilightning

    Dinner 2019

    pure comfort food last night. salad with the last of the yellow pear tomatoes and a bison sloppy joe.
  17. suzilightning

    Dinner 2019

    I'm struggling here, folks. I just made some Sloppy Joe but I don't want to eat it....
  18. Oh @dans many sympathies and I can identify as when my grandmother died my grandfather(who we lived with), just couldn't face doing Christmas/Thanksgiving for two or three years. I have not received my marching orders for the two Thanksgiving celebrations we attend with his cousins. I'm expecting to have to make sausage stuffing and Portugese Sweet Bread for one and a GF lactose free green bean casserole for the other. And I have a working oven/stove this year!!!!!
  19. Roasted carrot and butternut squash soup topped with croutons.
  20. Oh!!! I haven't been online or watching TV much (Euro news and BBC news are the go tos here). I can identify with what you said about how the community will come together for the better of all. Will keep you, yours and your community in my thoughts and prayers.
  21. Just finished Chop Suey Nation by Ann Hui. I galloped through this book in about a day and a half. The sub-title is The Surprising History and Vibrant Present of Small-Town Chinese Restaurants from Victoria BC to Fogo Island, NL. Good read and reminds me of Jennifer 8 Lee's The Fortune Cookie Chronicles. I now have some places to check out on our next trip to NB and NL!!!!
  22. suzilightning

    Dinner 2019

    Testing a recipe for chicken chasseur for someone. 3stores and no airline chicken breasts. OK … 2 chickens, cut in half by the butchers then home to finish the butchering, deboning and wrapping meat . What's for dinner? Chicken chasseur, some wild and brown rice and sautéed zucchini, yellow squash and garlic. Also, looking ahead, I thawed a roast from the freezer and the beef is now marinating to make sauerbraten on the weekend. Red cabbage with apples and John's grandmother's spaetzel.
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