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    Cooking Dinner on a Sunday

    Prime Rib with Cabernet Jus, Twice Baked Potato, Grilled Artichokes with a Balsamic Mayo, Sourdough bread and a Ceasar Salad. Grated some fresh Horseradish root and made some pretty take your breath away sauce.

    Bottles of Berringer Reserve Cabernet. Guests are bringing the finale and I am hoping for something chocolate.

    Spur of the moment, I felt inspired. On that note I am sipping Pappy 20.
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    Re: Cooking Dinner on a Sunday

    That sounds great Jimmy. Any bourbon in the sauce?

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    Re: Cooking Dinner on a Sunday

    Hey Mark I'm leaving right now, save me a little...I'll be hungry by the time I get there!!!!!

    Sounds great...hope dinner was as outstanding as you've made it sound.

    Tony
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    Re: Cooking Dinner on a Sunday



    A Keg
    Prime Rib
    Pappy 20

    Hoooowwww sweet it is!!

    You da Man.

    JOE

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    Bark less.

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    Re: Cooking Dinner on a Sunday

    This week it's mesquite smoked chicken that was marinaded in garlic, rosemary, lemon and white wine. Grilled Asparagus, potato of some kind.

    Green Salad with sweet peppers, tomato and green chile vinegrette.

    Whipped a batch of manhattans. Evan Williams 4 to 1. Used NP vermouth. Added 2 splashes of Cointreau.

    NFL, World Series. Life is good
    Emancipate yourself from mental slavery. None but ourselves can free our minds.

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    Re: Cooking Dinner on a Sunday

    Quote Originally Posted by SBOmarc View Post
    Grilled Artichokes with a Balsamic Mayo
    You mind sharing the recipe for the Mayo? I love Artichokes and am always looking for something other than plain ole garlic butter and/or mayo to dip them in.
    C

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    they haven't got a thing to say"

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    Re: Cooking Dinner on a Sunday

    Sorry Chris, I will put it together and PM it to you. As with most stuff I whip up I fail to write it down.

    This Sunday will be Pork Loin and Keilbasa in Kraut, slow cooked with buckwheat dumplings, asparagus and potatos.

    And a beer.
    Emancipate yourself from mental slavery. None but ourselves can free our minds.

    Bob Marley.

 

 

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