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#4666 alex11602

 
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Posted 09 January 2013 - 09:02 PM

Tonight I made Schar penne with double meat sauce (sweet Italian chicken sausage and ground beef), it must have been tasty since the only sound out of my girls was when the 3 year old couldn't pick up the penne with her fork and was fussing a bit.
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Posted 09 January 2013 - 09:15 PM

Adventurous me tonight. Sometimes you have to be willing to fail in the kitchen if you want something awesome. I was making pork chops and thought to myself, how can I change that cheesebread recipe to go with it. I wouldn't call what came out an utter failure... but I wouldn't recommend making them without cheese, period. I tried very, very finely diced apples instead and some sage and a little maple syrup. They are really good, but didn't get puffy.

I know I'm playing with fire with the whole cheese thing, but tomorrow I'm making them with mozz and garlic to go with pasta. I finally made Mario's bolognese sauce. It is so perfect. My husband won't touch it. <_< The whole time it was cooking I kept asking myself how it could possibly have flavor. Somehow magically it all comes together into this symphony of pure rich delight. I did use lamb instead of veal, stupid store was out of veal. I even stayed out of the chardonnay! I know there is some rule I heard somewhere about don't cook with what you won't drink, but dear God who can stand that stuff? The flavor is fine, its the way it sucks the moisture out of your face leaving you gasping for water that kills me. :lol:


Was that the recipe from The Chew? I have gotten a few good recipes from them. I printed that one but haven't tried it yet.
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Posted 09 January 2013 - 10:56 PM

IH copied it, but I'll just link it because I'm lazy. http://www.ourbestbi...ao-de-queijo-2/

I really like it a whole lot. I highly recommend it. They puff up really nicely! I don't know if the recipe says so, but the batter is pure liquid. Don't be alarmed.
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Posted 10 January 2013 - 05:56 AM

Slept thru dinner last night -- folks had heat on at their house yesterday -- allergic reaction ensued followed by Benedryl -- nightie night at 5pm.

Tonight we will have:

Steak
Creamy Garlic Enchiladas - I'll enjoy vicariously
Chopped Asparagus Sesame Salad - sans dressing for me

Blueberry "Ice Cream" for dessert
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Posted 10 January 2013 - 06:04 AM

IH copied it, but I'll just link it because I'm lazy. http://www.ourbestbi...ao-de-queijo-2/

I really like it a whole lot. I highly recommend it. They puff up really nicely! I don't know if the recipe says so, but the batter is pure liquid. Don't be alarmed.


Sorry. I meant Mario's sauce?
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#4671 Adalaide

 
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Posted 10 January 2013 - 07:42 AM

Sorry. I meant Mario's sauce?


I'm so easily confused! It was http://www.yummly.co...rk_2?servings=8 which was a direct result of http://www.celiac.co...auce-from-hell/ and let me just get this right out there. My husband hates it. Fine. Whatever. Clearly he was born with defective taste buds.
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Posted 10 January 2013 - 09:01 AM

YUCK. Now I know what it is like to be glutened. The first (obvious) gluten reaction in my life. Another accidental glutening happened awhile back but it was very, very mild. Just a touch ill. This? Um...lets say now I can relate. :( I've been wondering what would happen if I ingested gluten and BANG. It happened. Two days ago. I opened a pudding (yes, I know, I usually make my own) and started eating it. Fifteen minutes later instant migraine. Aching jaw. Vomiting. D. Bloating. Plugged sinuses. Sneezing. Immediately I knew something must be up so I re-checked the label. Under Allergens it listed "milk". However, I missed one itty bitty five-letter word under the ingredients: "wheat". How the heck did I miss it??!! Thankfully I had only eaten a few spoonfuls. It tasted terrible, BTW, as commercial puddings do. :wacko: "Wheat, did you forget you are NOT allowed in my house??? GET LOST!" :angry: And so into the garbage it went.

There is a good thing to all this. As I said, I've wondered for ages what would happen if I ate gluten, never ever considering doing it deliberately even for a split second. Well, now I know so if I feel like this the reason is glaringly obvious.

Needless to say I haven't been cooking much. But am getting my appetite back today so plan to do some serious damage in the kitchen tomorrow. Tonight we're having the remainder of my homemade turkey noodle soup. Tomorrow the fun begins! And I cannot wait. :D
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Posted 10 January 2013 - 11:04 AM

GAH! You poor thing. :( I guess though, if you want a rainbow, you don't have to worry now about being silent and wondering forever if you have accidents. (I've always thought that is far scarier than being sick, even though I stay sick for more than a month.) Glad that it hasn't stayed horrid for too long though. :) It wasn't that terribly long ago I did pretty much the same thing with soup. If my head didn't hurt so much I probably would have banged it on the wall in frustration. We all have our not so shining moments I guess. :lol:
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#4674 love2travel

 
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Posted 10 January 2013 - 11:12 AM

GAH! You poor thing. :( I guess though, if you want a rainbow, you don't have to worry now about being silent and wondering forever if you have accidents. (I've always thought that is far scarier than being sick, even though I stay sick for more than a month.) Glad that it hasn't stayed horrid for too long though. :) It wasn't that terribly long ago I did pretty much the same thing with soup. If my head didn't hurt so much I probably would have banged it on the wall in frustration. We all have our not so shining moments I guess. :lol:

You're right - I'm going for the rainbow. I always try to look on the positive side of things and see what I can learn from circumstances. It has been scary always wondering, especially traveling. And to think I had a few of those stupid dumb pudding thingers this past summer. No reactions then but that has changed. Sounds weird but it is actually sort of a relief. I AM A REACTOR! ^_^

So sorry you were ill for sooooooo long. :( That cannot be easy. :wacko:

BTW, where on earth is everyone? Is is due to the maintenance thinger that was happening the past couple of days? Hellooooo????!!!!
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When our lives are squeezed by pressure and pain, what comes out is what is inside.

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Posted 10 January 2013 - 11:41 AM

You're right - I'm going for the rainbow. I always try to look on the positive side of things and see what I can learn from circumstances. It has been scary always wondering, especially traveling. And to think I had a few of those stupid dumb pudding thingers this past summer. No reactions then but that has changed. Sounds weird but it is actually sort of a relief. I AM A REACTOR! ^_^

So sorry you were ill for sooooooo long. :( That cannot be easy. :wacko:

BTW, where on earth is everyone? Is is due to the maintenance thinger that was happening the past couple of days? Hellooooo????!!!!


I don't know. There was maintenance and POOF! I feel like some sort of creepy, lurking stalker or something. :ph34r:
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Posted 10 January 2013 - 11:51 AM

I feel like some sort of creepy, lurking stalker or something. :ph34r:

Me, too. Watch your back! We lurkers must stick together. B)
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When our lives are squeezed by pressure and pain, what comes out is what is inside.

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Posted 10 January 2013 - 11:54 AM

whatsamatta? you guys lonely?? B)

IH is down for the count. Bad, bad neck and back pain and a high histamine response going on.
I know waaa, waaa
I'll live.

Sorry you found out the "gluten bites you back" thinger, love 2. Like you need more celiac symptoms. <_<


Okay, I am forcing myself to make

bison meatloaf and sweet potatoes.

Not very hungry.....
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Posted 10 January 2013 - 11:58 AM

Hey love2, sorry you got hit, glad you found a bright side. If it is any consolation I managed to eat 3 wholemeal bread rolls, even after commenting that it was remarkable how much like real bread. Someone had left the wheat ones in the freefrom section. Doh. Good healing :)
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- Elimination diet using Atkins, 2003 – excluded wheat, caffeine, quorn. 2005, excluded sesame, alcohol
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Posted 10 January 2013 - 12:03 PM

Oh Bummer!!! So sorry you got bit L2T -- it happens -- glad you are looking at the rainbow peeking out of the whole deal.

Feel better everyone....

Irish, Addie, L2T - am I forgetting someone? and this poor server - my miscellaneous digital devices are not happy with the flip -- this too shall pass.
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10/25/13 - MCAD

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My children and I all have multiple copies of the genes for Celiac Disease, along with large variety of symptoms/resolution gluten-free

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Get PROPERLY tested BEFORE REMOVING GLUTEN.

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Posted 10 January 2013 - 12:47 PM

WTH?! Is it like some mass thing going around making people feel bad? I feel like hell, but I guess I can say that I'm fortunate that is only general female hell. And then the milk tank at the dairy broke. And the store is completely out of safe milk for me. Which is my sole consolation. WAAAAA!!!!

We could have a regular pity party going here. I'll bring the cheesebread!

Good news. Our inversion is over, or starting to be over today. My eyes don't burn nearly so much. I can feel the air getting better. Woohoo! It has been about 2 weeks of crappy air and constant burning eyes. I hate winter. <_<
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