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  1. Dinner 2018 (Part 1)

    Thank you! I used this fresh mozzarella on top and layered throughout--it's about the only fresh I can find at the regular grocery store and it's good. Ronnie absolutely detests ricotta cheese.....and, growing up, my mom always used cottage cheese, so that's what I do. A couple cups of cottage cheese mixed with a beaten egg and a good amount of grated parmesan cheese.
  2. Dinner 2018 (Part 1)

    I don't think you meal looks like it suffered at all! I'm hungry for a burger. Bookmarking this recipe. I want to try this in the summertime. Looks very good!!!! Gorgeous pizzas everyone. Lasagna for us last night Yes, I fall on the side that likes it when the top noodles get crunchy And, I feel everyone's football pain. As a die-hard Broncos fan.....well, I need not say more. I will cheer for anyone that plays against New England.
  3. The Soup Topic (2013–)

    Every single dish looks to die for. I'm sorry your mom is sick--this flu going around here is no joke and neither is pneumonia. I hope she's on the road to recovery and is out of the hospital very soon!
  4. I just set my DVR up last night to record this show.
  5. OMG I think it looks delicious. I have bananas...but no nilla wafers. Sigh.
  6. I used my Lodge skillet last night to make scalloped potatoes. I love that I can take it from stovetop to the CSO. I peeled russet taters and sliced them on the mandoline. I buttered my skillet and then layered the taters in...sprinkling with salt and pepper and a bit of flour over each layer. Then I poured in some heavy cream and let it simmer until the taters were soft and most of the cream is absorbed. Sprinkled with sharp cheddar and finished in the CSO at 350F until browned and bubbly. Before entering the CSO
  7. Dinner 2018 (Part 1)

    SV'd pork chops, rehydrated zucchini and tomatoes on toast and scalloped taters
  8. That's how I do it--sometimes I don't even core it. Works like a dream.
  9. I bet she can't make peanut butter pickle candies and mail them to me.
  10. Dinner 2018 (Part 1)

    Ann's garlic honey chicken again. I am running very low on veggies so I used some brussel sprouts and bamboo shoots an onions. It worked.
  11. Breakfast! 2018

    I would like this multiple times if I was allowed to.
  12. Ok. No. Just. No. Definitely a local only for you. Unlike the pizza, I am begging you not to try this lol.
  13. I love pickle and peanut butter sandwiches. Some one that makes candies should do peanut butter and pickle juice. You will make a zillion dollars.
  14. Bentos (2009-)

    Aw, I used to love looking at Steven's bentos for PJ.
  15. STOP THE PRESSES!!!!!!! Pickle juice caramels???????? Sign me up. Want.
  16. Dinner 2018 (Part 1)

    Quesadillas to use up a tiny bit of leftover prime rib from the other night.
  17. Dinner 2018 (Part 1)

    Needed some beer battered shrimp last night
  18. Silky Smooth Chicken Breast

    Me three for the velveting.
  19. Dinner 2018 (Part 1)

    I will experiment with that sometime.....we like it how I've been doing it, though, so I'm not in a rush lol.
  20. Dinner 2018 (Part 1)

    Yep. It's like KFC chicken more....
  21. Countertop Rotisseries

    I have one of these Ronco rotisseries and we used to use it a lot. It makes a great chicken. But it's a total pain to clean. And it's too big to just keep on the counter. Both Ronnie and I agree that as good as our rotisserie made chicken, the CSO does it better. Granted, it doesn't turn the chicken so that it gets every nook and cranny of the skin crispy (you could do that yourself if you wanted I guess) but the tender/juiciness of the meat more than makes up for that. Plus the CSO does so many other great things.......but then again, you already probably know that
  22. Dinner 2018 (Part 1)

    It most definitely does. If you want crunchy chicken, do not IP it.