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Maison Rustique

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  1. Please let us know if you have a car. I'm working on a list. Also if you'd like to get together while here, I'll do my best to work out a time!

    And I highly second the Golden Truffle--one of my favorites! I'll get back to you with more after you let us know about transportation. Oh! And where in Costa Mesa will you be located--makes a difference if you don't have a car.

    Edited to fix typo

  2. I'm in Laguna Hills, so I think I'm the furthest south. I do hope that my DH and I can make one of these events. This time of year is just too busy to attempt a trip to LA or thereabouts, though.

    I'll keep reading and when we can make something, we'll jump in!!

  3. Not exactly haute cuisine, but I got this from my Mom. I've made it for people from all over and they love it. In our house it wouldn't be Thanksgiving without it!

    CORN CASSEROLE

    ½ cup (1 stick) butter

    17-oz. can corn with liquid*

    17-oz. can creamed corn*

    8 ½-oz. box Jiffy corn bread/muffin mix

    2 eggs, slightly beaten

    1 cup sour cream**

    1 cup grated cheddar cheese**

    *I have never seen a 17-oz. can of corn. I think they’re usually 15-16-oz. Works fine.

    **Mom & I both usually use more than this of the sour cream and cheese.

    Melt butter in a 9x13 dish. Add whole corn, creamed corn & corn bread mix. Gently mix with a fork. Add eggs and mix in with fork. Drop sour cream by tablespoons over the top of the corn mixture. Dunk them under a bit. Cover top with cheddar. Bake 20 to 30 minutes at 350, or until it is firm. Let cool slightly before serving or serve at room temp.

    Happy Thanksgiving!

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    Deb/maison rustique/Orange County, CA

  4. If you work your way as far north as Cambria, be sure to stop along the way in San Luis Obispo to visit a fabulous winery, Claiborne & Churchill. They are not only wonderful people, they make great dry Alsatian wines. I think you'll be pleasantly surprised if you've never tried them before. Also, be sure to ask them about a new restaurant in the area--the winery has several private tasting dinners each year. Several have been catered by a wonderful chef--Maegan---? (sorry I can't come up with her name) and she has recently opened a restaurant in the area. However, I'm sure that if you email Claiborne & Churchill, they will be happy to let you know where it is and how to get there. Tell them Deb & Don sent you!!

    Enjoy your trip!!!

  5. I usually have lunch out with a girlfriend about every week or so. For dinner, we eat at home (I cook, hubby does the dishes) way more than we go out. It's usually because we don't have a lot of exceptional restaurants in our immediate area and get tired of going to the same couple of places.

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