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    How to not take advantage of fettuccine: Fettuccine noodles, tomato sauce, red bell peppers, lima beans, some spices I haven't decided yet. Maybe minced garlic, too. Crackers and sliced cheese on the side.

    (I'm not big on Alfredo sauce.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by nicolita View Post
    My pistachio brittle failed too. Stupid sugar.
    Nooooo!

    I used to make fudge all the time and I had better luck with it using ice water baths than I do with the candy thermometer. Candy can be a pain. It would be a good excuse to invest in some copper cookwear though, right?

    I am making kung pao chicken tonight...I think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Redbone View Post
    Nooooo!

    I used to make fudge all the time and I had better luck with it using ice water baths than I do with the candy thermometer. Candy can be a pain. It would be a good excuse to invest in some copper cookwear though, right?

    I am making kung pao chicken tonight...I think.
    Ugh yeah. Too finicky for a freewheeler like me. It just sounded so good and I thought I'd give it out for the holidays. Bah humbug.

    Kung pao chicken sounds good. I made some cut okra with soy sauce and garlic today. No candy thermometer required!
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    Quote Originally Posted by nicolita View Post

    Kung pao chicken sounds good. I made some cut okra with soy sauce and garlic today. No candy thermometer required!
    I didn't make it...too sick tonight. Can you send me some okra over?

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    I made steel cut oatmeal to eat for breakfast tomorrow.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Redbone View Post
    I didn't make it...too sick tonight. Can you send me some okra over?
    sorry yer sick.

    Got some chicken noodle soup from my mamma in the fridge too. I'll send some with the okra.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nicolita View Post
    My pistachio brittle failed too. Stupid sugar.
    I tried again last night, and it turned out pretty well. A few of the peanuts got a little burned during the part where you heat it up to 300 degrees while stirring constantly, but it tastes fine for the most part. I rarely get to use my candy thermometer.
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    curry though I might have put in too much tofu and vegetables it was delicious first time making it.

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    Last night I made chicken parmasean and italian spinach.

    This morning I'm making country ham egg and cheese biscuits. I started making them for myself then everyone else decided decided they wanted one

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    Presently baking a red potato. Marinating some wild Pacific rockfish in Worcestershire sauce, a little olive oil, & turmeric. Tossing in the oven in 45min, so it's done the same time as the potato.
    Sauteeing some fresh chopped kale with a bit of sea salt & pepper while the fish bakes.

    I'm hungry now.. dammit I should have started earlier.

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