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Extreme and utter deliciousness last night:

Seared Duck Breast with Chocolate Vinaigrette and Candied Orange Segment Bits

Potatoes Dauphinoise

Roasted Asparagus

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Tonight:

Finnish Meatballs with Homemade Lavender Jelly (Lingonberry is traditional but we don't have that at this moment)

Potato Latkes with Chives

Baja Coleslaw

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Thanks, Ski xxo

As it so happens, I am also making Bacon Jam today!!

I have had that recipe printed off for months and now, it is time.

I am using the slow cooker. Why? because I am lazy.

Later, we will be having

Beef Filets

Roasted sweet potatoes

and some other veggie as yet to be determined.

I still have to bake bread, too--we're out.

How did your bacon jam turn out? Which recipe did you use? I have several but have yet to try every single one.

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How did your bacon jam turn out? Which recipe did you use? I have several but have yet to try every single one.

Leite's culinaria

It's still cooking and it's filling the house with a glorious aroma. :)

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How did your bacon jam turn out?

It smells heavenly -- still bubbling in the crock.

Got a beautiful fresh Christmas tree this morning - fresh pine and bacon jam wafting together is quite nice :)

Several? More to try :)

I used the one a few pages back -- think it was Tuesday or Wednesday.

bacon, onion, garlic, coffee, vinegar, brown sugar and maple syrup

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Leite's culinaria

It's still cooking and it's filling the house with a glorious aroma. :)

Yep this is the one I'm using too.

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Yep this is the one I'm using too.

I figured as much. ;) smells like heaven doesn't it?

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I figured as much. ;) smells like heaven doesn't it?

Yes - mine's still bubbling at nearly four hours...think I'll go for a walk before it needs to be finished and jarred.

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Leite's culinaria

It's still cooking and it's filling the house with a glorious aroma. :)

I love the LC one. They have some of my favourite recipes ever.

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L2T is right again -- shoulda made a triple batch -- only went for a double today -- might add a touch of bourbon next time too!

All my guys are beyond happy with me this evening with just a taste - tomorrow they'll have some with breakfast and be eternally grateful to you :)

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Think I'm gonna experiment and make a vegetarian shepherd's pie type thing with lentils and a sweet potato mash topping :)

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I love the LC one. They have some of my favourite recipes ever.

Ditto! :)

L2T is right again -- shoulda made a triple batch -- only went for a double today -- might add a touch of bourbon next time too!

All my guys are beyond happy with me this evening with just a taste - tomorrow they'll have some with breakfast and be eternally grateful to you :)

I made bread yesterday, too so we slathered some on --very tasty!!

and yes, I was very disappointed the recipe only yielded 2 cups.( It says yields 3. cups--nope )

Next time, double or triple batch...and bourbon!

I'm gonna need a bigger slow cooker.....

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I have no idea whats for dinner tonight :P

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I have no idea whats for dinner tonight :P

Nor do I except I bought some nice fresh green beans yesterday and that'll be the veggie...now to figure out what else I want to go with them.

Last night I made pizza using Bette Hagman's pizza crust recipe.

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Mr Mindwarp made venison stew. No idea what is in it but I can't wait.

Early tea then of to see the Bond movie, 1st night out without kids since about September :o

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Last night I made pizza using Bette Hagman's pizza crust recipe.

That pizza crust is just delicious, Sylvia!

Tonight, we're having chicken thighs--not sure how I will prepare them yet, but I made Risotto Milanese last night (instead of sweet potatoes) and that encore should be tasty. And some sauteed baby spinach.

The bacon jam, spread on buttered Bette Hagman's 4 flour bread(makes crazy- good toast)--just wickedly good this morning.

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Mr Mindwarp made venison stew. No idea what is in it but I can't wait.

Early tea then of to see the Bond movie, 1st night out without kids since about September :o

Have fun ;)

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That pizza crust is just delicious, Sylvia!

Glad I got you to try that recipe!!! And I got my son-in-law in Denver making it, too, for my celiac daughter! I may just abandon any urge to try any more new pizza crust recipes. And it's just amazing how well my new pizza pan works (I'm falling in love with USA Pans). :)

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Glad I got you to try that recipe!!! And I got my son-in-law in Denver making it, too, for my celiac daughter! I may just abandon any urge to try any more new pizza crust recipes. And it's just amazing how well my new pizza pan works (I'm falling in love with USA Pans). :)

I love love love my USA bread pan and the pizza pan, too! Good recipes + good pans = good food.

That's the extent of my math capabilities. The End.

:lol:

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I love love love my USA bread pan and the pizza pan, too! Good recipes + good pans = good food.

That's the extent of my math capabilities. The End.

:lol:

They should pay us for telling everyone how much we love these pans!!! :lol: :lol: :lol:

The End.

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Mr Mindwarp made venison stew. No idea what is in it but I can't wait.

Early tea then of to see the Bond movie, 1st night out without kids since about September :o

:D Hip Hip Hooray :D

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They should pay us for telling everyone how much we love these pans!!! :lol: :lol: :lol:

The End.

That would be awesome! and then, we should also get kickbacks from Nuts.com, Culturelle, Country Life vitamins, Enjoy Life Chips, etc.....that some of us rave about, but then , it would be a serious conflict of interest...and then, we could not post here anymore and then, we would be sad. :(...and we can't have sadness, because well, that's no fun.. :lol: The End

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That would be awesome! and then, we should also get kickbacks from Nuts.com, Culturelle, Country Life vitamins, Enjoy Life Chips, etc.....that some of us rave about, but then , it would be a serious conflict of interest...and then, we could not post here anymore and then, we would be sad. :(...and we can't have sadness, because well, that's no fun.. :lol: The End

Yes, I'm afraid so.

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As we have been carnivores as of late tonight is Caesar Salad night. I am making delicious croutons from bagels (I like larger chunks with lots of nooks and crannies) and making the dressing from scratch as I always do.

Today I am making homemade chorizo sausage to freeze. I am also making a batch of sweet and spicy mustard. Oh, yes. And roasted poblano and corn soup. This gives me such pleasure and joy. :)

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This gives me such pleasure and joy. :)

......and gives us the same--- just to read it, Lovey.

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