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In spite of what Ken-san says, I am having more than bread and water tonight - we're having stir-fry oriental noodles!


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Mushroom risotto with thyme

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Originally Posted by logtroll
In spite of what Ken-san says, I am having more than bread and water tonight - we're having stir-fry oriental noodles!

Top Ramen?

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Over the top … it’s those fat noodles.


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Those would be chow fun noodles. Chow is always more fun with fat noodles.


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Didn't buy a turkey this year. Our freezer is full. If I want a turkey fix, I'll just go down to The Chicken Pie Shop in San Diego. They have a turkey & chicken pie that's to die for. So much meat in it, you need some gravy on the side just to dip each bite in. They've been serving those since 1938! I've been going there since I was a kid.


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Great idea, thanks!
It will be Turkey Pot Pie Night, using those anatomically vague pieces-parts! If only I could find enough Manteca for the crust and to make roux for more gravey.

This is a the easy time of year when you rarely need freezer space, as a shelf in the garage is the purrfect fridge, and the table on the porch is the extended freezer.
You have to keep an eye on the garage temp to protect the beer stash from freezing, but the tequila is a safe backup.

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Lentil pasta, vegetables, and a creamy pink sauce.


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Is smoked paprika worth the price? Is way different than regular paprika?
I use paprika a lot.



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If you've got em, smoke them at home, with many tedious steps, and 30 hints Many varieties are hot, picante, so use cautiously. I like the smoked paprika in my humus.

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