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Dorian
Posted 2010-08-06 10:10 AM (#48333 - in reply to #19439)
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Here's a picture of a philly cheese steak Gerda... ROFL! eww to your images.

http://jimmysnypizza.com/index.php?main_page=product_reviews&cPath=4&products_id=36

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misisipimenace
Posted 2010-08-06 10:28 AM (#48335 - in reply to #48333)
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dang but that pizza looked good!!!!!!!  gotta love oodles of mozzarella, black olives and SHROOMS!!!!! 

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Gerda
Posted 2010-08-06 10:35 AM (#48336 - in reply to #19439)
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Yummm, that does look good - but HOLD THE OLIVES!!! LOL OK, now I want one! Thanks for the link, Dorian! So - was it invented in Philadelphia, PA, then??

Gerda
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bobtailcat
Posted 2010-08-06 11:54 AM (#48342 - in reply to #19439)
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I think so - I won't be wanting one for a while either though. I have had good ones, but last night's was awful. Riley's dad, who (when he works) is a chef, said that the ones we had were good, but you couldn't prove it by me!! The pizza on Dorian's link looks good to me too - I'll be in northern VA next week for Sarah's baby shower, so maybe I can persuade her to take me there, if it's someplace convenient. Hmmm, now I'm hungry for pizza!
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Dippy
Posted 2010-08-07 3:54 AM (#48376 - in reply to #48342)
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Some of the food pictures have been very impressive, I wish I could get hold of a photo of something that has hit our shelves recently - A Lasagna Sandwich!!!!  Our youngest son Jack has had one and thought it was great!  Personally, I think it sounds yuk!  Then again, he is a big meat eater and is always hungry so I can see why he might like to try one to fill a  gap while on the go.

Has anybody else heard tried anything like it or are there even more weird and wonderful foodstuffs out there that haven't hit our shores yet?

Sue

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MsMeow
Posted 2010-08-07 8:10 AM (#48382 - in reply to #19439)
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Sue, that sounds messy! LOL But Mark loves lasagna (he's my own little Garfield) so he'd probably love it. Meatball sub sandwiches are very popular here. I've never had one...they just look icky to me. But I'm not a fan of meatballs.
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Dorian
Posted 2010-08-07 8:26 AM (#48387 - in reply to #19439)
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Huh! Never heard of lasagna sandwhich!! It does sound messy.My Jed loves lasagna!

LOL Cindy, thought you'd like that pizza!!

Going to the store today, not sure what I am going to pick up for dinner. 

 

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Jess
Posted 2010-08-10 9:49 PM (#48577 - in reply to #48387)
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Not sure about a Lasagna sandwhich, but I used to make spaghetti sandwhiches out of leftover spaghetti with meat sauce... oh, yum. I am hungry again now. I just had a couple of eggs and a piece of toast for dinner... quick and easy. I would have LOVED a philly cheesesteak... so good! Mouth watering, keyboard smoking...

I had a yucky day on Saturday, so I decided to do a nice dinner party at the in-laws while we were there. I made four courses for me, Billy, Nana, PaPaw, Phire, and Sammy. (Well, Phire had baby food, but she sat with us!)

I started with a nice plate of President's brie cheese, fresh strawberries, crackers, and raspberry chipotle sauce. That was very good. Billy wouldn't touch it.

Then came a strawberry pecan salad, with raspberry walnut vinegarette dressing. I loved that! Billy and Sammy wouldn't touch it. Hehe. Goobers.

Next came a Porchetta Style Roast Pork Loin with orange zest, fresh Rosemary from MIL's garden, fennel seeds, and a touch of olive oil. This was to die for! But then, pork loin almost always is. Everyone enjoyed it. I served it with some lemony cannellini beans, which I hated and most everyone else did too (Nana and Papaw said they liked them... Papaw likened them to food often served in France, where he spent quite a bit of time when he was still living in England).

Last was Strawberry Shortcake with Balsamic. It was... interesting. I think it was either very good or very bad, but I am going to have to try it again to know what I think. Papaw loved it, Nana preferred it the old fashion southern way, and Billy and Sammy wouldn't touch it.

Anyway, here are some pics of my culinary therapy on Sunday. It was lots of fun.





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Dorian
Posted 2010-08-10 9:51 PM (#48578 - in reply to #19439)
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Jeds' birthday, his choice for dinner....sweet and sour pork. His favorite dish this year.
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Jess
Posted 2010-08-10 9:56 PM (#48580 - in reply to #48578)
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Mmmm... Happy birthday Jed!
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sara
Posted 2010-08-11 12:36 AM (#48592 - in reply to #19439)
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Note to Jess: If you keep putting food pictures up, don't be surprised to find a bunch of quilty women at your dinner table LOL
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Dorian
Posted 2010-08-11 8:50 AM (#48609 - in reply to #19439)
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Oh, I didn't even see your post Jess....Cooking is therapy for me too ....looks like you did quite a spread....I think I would have eaten the pork, that sounds really good!, but I don't know about the rest. I LOVE strawberry shortcake...but no balsamic for me...thank you. LOL
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MsMeow
Posted 2010-08-11 10:30 AM (#48614 - in reply to #19439)
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Jess & Dorian, I gotta hand it to you...if I have a bad day (and really, most good ones, too) there's no way I want to go in the kitchen! Eating out is always my first choice, and having pizza delivered is my second if Mark won't budge once he gets home!

That said, I have cooked the last 2 nights...spaghetti w/ meat sauce last night (and I make my own spaghetti sauce) and risotto with ham & green beans on Monday. Not sure about tonight...maybe pork chops.

We went to a Cuban restaurant Sunday and I had the roast pork shoulder. It was excellent! You didn't even need a knife. Mark had palomilla steak and half an order of roast pork LOL!
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Dorian
Posted 2010-08-11 3:37 PM (#48629 - in reply to #19439)
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LOL Donna...what is a Palimillo steak?
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MsMeow
Posted 2010-08-11 4:20 PM (#48630 - in reply to #19439)
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Well, it's not horse, though I always tease Mark about that! I think it's beef skirt steak sauteed with onions. It's what he always orders when we go for Cuban food.
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