What's for supper?

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Clive that looks scrumptious! I'm definitely going to try it.

Are you cooking the original or a variation? And if a variation, which one?

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Rufus wrote: Wed Nov 18, 2020 5:46 am That looks and sounds really good, so I’ll give it a try. When I moved to Texas one of the first culinary taboos I learnt was that there are no beans in chili. After living there for 10 years, however, I still like beans in my chili, but I’d never tell my Texian friends and neighbours this. 8) Now that I’m back in Canada I’m free to do as I wish. :mrgreen:
I might have lived in Georgia for 22 years, but I was born in Texas, am back in Texas, and won't ever move away again. I can tell you - if you like beans in your chili (and I do) you put beans in your chili. I am not the only Texan who feels that way, either.

I use my mom's family recipe for chili - and we love it, as do ALL my in-laws.
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I use my mom's family recipe for chili -
it isnt a *real* recipe unless it has been posted on smf for review!!!!!!!!!!!! :D :D :D :D :D :D :D

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Last weekend I made some leek & potato soup, and today it was the turn of celery soup. Served with mini-pizzas of cut herbed buns dressed with homemade pesto, tomato slices and Swiss cheese.

I have the feeling that I can make a soup out of anything with a good strong stick blender!
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drmoss_ca wrote: Sat Dec 05, 2020 5:15 pm Last weekend I made some leek & potato soup, and today it was the turn of celery soup. Served with mini-pizzas of cut herbed buns dressed with homemade pesto, tomato slices and Swiss cheese.

I have the feeling that I can make a soup out of anything with a good strong stick blender!
I can’t imagine any soup better than leek & potato and celery
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Cabbage rolls. It's been a long time since I made these, and they turned out quite good. I'm definitely going to do this more often.
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Chicken salad sandwiches. One of our family's all time favorites. Except it was just us. There were some smoked chicken breasts I had grilled earlier this summer in the freezer. 😃👍
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Mac and cheese with Moishe’s coleslaw on the side. \:D/
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Cabbage rolls
i made unstuffed cabbage rolls the other day....deeeeeeeLICious

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fallingwickets wrote: Thu Oct 14, 2021 8:11 am
Cabbage rolls
i made unstuffed cabbage rolls the other day....deeeeeeeLICious

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Now Clive, I love stuffed cabbage rolls and stuffed grape leaves, but what are unstuffed cabbage rolls?

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Bigos, ce soir.
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Bryan, that's been one of our favorites for a long time. We go through a lot of sauerkraut and sausage.
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de gustibus non est disputandum
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fallingwickets wrote: Fri Oct 15, 2021 8:13 am Murray, the recipe:

https://unboundwellness.com/unstuffed-cabbage-roll/
Thanks, Clive.

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Last night: homemade chicken soup, baguette and roast sweet potato salad.
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jambalaya in this residence! :D :D :D :D

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Tonight: hot chicken sandwich on sourdough with baby green peas and a sea of gravy. One of my all time favourites, which nourished me through university. :D
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