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  • 22566 2 weeks ago
    You'er Welcome
    ~and~
    Thank-You
    Wishing you a excellent evening.
    Kind Regards
    Joyce
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  • 22566 2 weeks ago
    Eclipse...
    The width of those shoulders are blocking out the sun :o)
    I hope you had fun.
    Wishing you and your family a restful,and pleasurable Labor Day weekend.
    Kind Regards
    Joyce
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  • 22566 2 weeks ago
    Pendleton Neat!
    Have a good week.
    Kind Regards
    Joyce
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  • mommyluvs2cook 4 weeks ago about Roasted Brussels Sprouts And Lobster Hash
    This was my first time cooking with lobster so I was a little intimidated, but it all worked out! Steamed 3 lobster tails (4oz. each) for 4-5 mins. Perfectly cooked :) This was gobbled down, thanks Patrick! Added more into the IMI -------> Roasted Brussels Sprouts And Lobster Hash
    8/19/14
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  • frankieanne 1 month ago
    Its really good stuff! The leftovers crisped up nice in my toaster oven, too. :)
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  • 22566 1 month ago about Beer Battered Cod
    Yep!
    Don't ya' know it :o)
    Kind Regards
    Joyce
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  • MissouriFarmWife 1 month ago about Beer Battered Cod
    This is a definite want-to-make recipe.
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  • frankieanne 1 month ago about Beer Battered Cod
    Delicious batter! I used the remaining bottle of Guinness I had for this. I didn't do the salt shake thing though. I had .86 of a pound of cod so I cut the recipe in half. I had plenty left over and probably could have done at least another 3/4 of a pound with what I had. I used smoked paprika and didn't have any cayenne so I used chili powder. I used my electric skillet and peanut oil. Cooked them for three minutes each side. I was lazy and used bottled tartar sauce.
    I added a couple of picture and put this in IMI on 8/16/14.
    Beer Battered Cod
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  • 22566 1 month ago
    Oh...WOOW!
    I haven't seen a smile on your face that big since I have met you :o)
    Now that is what I call..."The Red White and Blue"...May it forever fly :o)
    I like it...It suits you!
    Have a wonderful day of play Patrick.
    Kind Regards
    Joyce
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  • frankieanne 2 months ago about Cedar Plank Shrimp
    Geez, these were good. I had six big shrimp and I cut the butter mix in half and it was just enough! I put the shrimp in a bowl with the butter mix and sloshed them around in it before I skewered. Then I spooned on what was left in the bowl. Mine probably took 10 minutes total to cook. With a little leftover 4th of July potato salad, these made a perfect dinner for me. I added a picture and put these beauties in an IMI thread on 7/6/14. Thanks, Patrick! :)
    Cedar Plank Shrimp
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  • gourmetana 4 months ago
    Hey P! Thanks for stopping by my Easy Peasy Tuna Melt and leaving a super nice comment ;)
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  • frankieanne 5 months ago
    And your comment reminded me I was a big Gibran fan about 30 years ago. It may be time for a re-visit.
    Thank you. :-)
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  • keni 10 months ago
    I thought of one of your phrases, today, from waaaaaayyy back when... "I hate people".... hehehe...either totally appropriate or totally NOT, for a sociologist, eh? ;-) Have a great weekend with your loved ones! Hugs to the boy. Miss your cooking! ;-)
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  • keni 10 months ago
    :-) Arab isn't too far away.... you'll be close enough to Huntsville and here to not be TOO redneck! ;) hehehe...and, hell, plenty of places to eat. Not even including mine, you could knock on anyone's door and get a good meal, most likely. ;-) Especially in the country... not so much the middle of B'ham! hehehe We need to talk soon, huh???
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  • keni 10 months ago
    Are you bringin' the boy?? ;-) hehehe I could PROLLY come up with something other than sammiches if I tried hard enough....
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