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    Lalaloula
    Sat Dec 25, 2010 5:38 am
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    WOW!!!! These rolls have me drooling big time-how sweet and sticky and yummy they look! yummy.gif

    Loula
    magpie diner
    Tue Dec 28, 2010 2:15 pm
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    Oh yeah, lucky work colleagues getting those buns brought to them!

    Wish I had taken a good photo, this was a really nice recipe:
    Cider-Glazed Roasted Vegetables

    How are your holidays so far?
    magpie diner
    Thu Dec 30, 2010 12:53 pm
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    Just curious Kat if you tried the chestnut pate? I served it on two consecutive evenings and everyone loved it. A little goes a long way so in hind sight I should have frozen half for another time. No one could figure out "what" exactly it was, other than being good.
    Katzen
    Thu Dec 30, 2010 7:48 pm
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    No, I haven't yet! Perhaps I should halve the recipe, or like you said, freeze part of it. I was hoping to do it over christmas, but I ran out of places to take food to!

    Cath
    magpie diner
    Sun Jan 02, 2011 6:33 pm
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    My husband bought the largest sacks of potatoes & onions for the holidays that I've ever seen. Made use of some of them today with this recipe - you roast the pots, onion and garlic in the oven first - very tasty.

    Roasted Potato Soup
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    magpie diner
    Mon Jan 10, 2011 10:49 am
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    Had to share this with you guys, I know we have a few bread bakers over here. This is a very delicious and pretty focaccia recipe, probably the best one I've ever made. Stand mixer did a fabulous job with it.

    Cornbread Focaccia
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    magpie diner
    Sat Jan 29, 2011 1:15 am
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    Something new to me, made muesli overnight in the fridge, aka refrigerator oatmeal. I've had muesli many times but never made it myself - could it get any easier? Wish I had taken a pic, but here's the recipe:
    Overnight Oatmeal (Muesli)
    Lalaloula
    Sat Jan 29, 2011 2:26 am
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    Oh Magpie that focaccia looks soo good! Very fluffy, thick and yummy! yummy.gif
    I bet that muesli was super tasty! I love muesli and especially with soaked oats, they taste so much better that way. yummy.gif

    Thanks for sharing!

    Loula
    JanuaryBride
    Fri Jan 27, 2012 1:04 pm
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    So I am not sure if I posted this here in the past, but I vegified this recipe and it is one of favorite lunches:

    Taco Junk

    I just use Morningstar crumbles in place of the beef. YUMMO!!!! And it freezes awesome, so I just make a big batch, freeze it in 1 cup servings (1/2 cup serving per person) and then take them out as needed. Excellent atop a bed of lettuce.
    Lalaloula
    Fri Feb 03, 2012 5:04 pm
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    JanuaryBride wrote:
    So I am not sure if I posted this here in the past, but I vegified this recipe and it is one of favorite lunches:

    Taco Junk

    I just use Morningstar crumbles in place of the beef. YUMMO!!!! And it freezes awesome, so I just make a big batch, freeze it in 1 cup servings (1/2 cup serving per person) and then take them out as needed. Excellent atop a bed of lettuce.


    Oh yum, that sounds great, JB! yummy.gif Love the idea of making this vegetarian, sounds like true comfort food. Thanks for sharing, Ill add that to my to try book. icon_biggrin.gif

    What else have you made lately that youd recommend? Any new favs?

    Loula
    JanuaryBride
    Fri Feb 03, 2012 5:44 pm
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    Lalaloula wrote:
    JanuaryBride wrote:
    So I am not sure if I posted this here in the past, but I vegified this recipe and it is one of favorite lunches:

    Taco Junk

    I just use Morningstar crumbles in place of the beef. YUMMO!!!! And it freezes awesome, so I just make a big batch, freeze it in 1 cup servings (1/2 cup serving per person) and then take them out as needed. Excellent atop a bed of lettuce.


    Oh yum, that sounds great, JB! yummy.gif Love the idea of making this vegetarian, sounds like true comfort food. Thanks for sharing, Ill add that to my to try book. icon_biggrin.gif

    What else have you made lately that youd recommend? Any new favs?

    Loula


    OK, so don't laugh, but I have been making this one all the time lately:

    Roasted Radishes

    LOVE it!
    Cookgirl
    Sun Feb 26, 2012 12:36 pm
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    I cooked radishes and their greens for the first time last year
    and was surprised at how good it was!

    I think I'll bake that cornbread foccacia recipe this week with ~Tasty~!
    Lalaloula
    Mon Feb 27, 2012 2:31 am
    Forum Host
    Oh yum, I so love cornbread! yummy.gif Ive never made it focaccia style, though. Let us know how it turned out, will you. icon_biggrin.gif

    Loula
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