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    Made this yesterday, with the roommates, and without amaretti cookies:

    Butternut Squash Lasagna Recipe : Giada De Laurentiis : Food Network


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    caramel-nutella sticky buns

    took the basic caramel sticky bun recipe but changed the filling to nutella and crushed hazelnuts... they've turned out more than satisfactory
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    I made pan-fried kale
    3 cloves of garlic chopped
    olive oil
    half a bunch of kale
    salt and pepper

    cook the garlic in the olive oil over medium high heat until softened and beginning to brown, add the kale, salt, and pepper cook turning with tongs till wilted takes at most 2-3 minutes. you can add lemon juice once it's done but i thought it didn't need it.

    I wish I had made extra it would have been really good in the omlette my mom's making this morning.

    my mom made ny strips and baked potatoes.
    by @magpie
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    Yesterday I made the Moosewood Cookbook Italian Tomato Sauce (without bell peppers), and used it to make the Moosewood Cookbook Eggplant Parmesan.

    SO GOOD.
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    grilled salmon and baked squash with lemon, garlic, and white wine (also a little bergamot oil and salt and pepper).


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    I was feeling creative so I'm cooking brats in heinken, honey, kitchen boquet, cayenne, onion powder(I have no onions), a small amount of butter, salt, pepper, and honey no clue how it will taste
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    Chicken Tortilla Soup garnished with avocado, sour cream, and fresh cilantro. Just because I'm in rainy Oregon doesn't mean I can't have a California dinner.
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    Making chili and drinking Champagne. Also, pouring some into the Chili. Couldn't hurt.

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    Slow cooking an Italian style pasta sauce, contemplating opening a bottle..

    This thread is not popular anymore? Noone has posted since my last post here...

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    Quote Originally Posted by capslock View Post
    This thread is not popular anymore? Noone has posted since my last post here...
    I haven't been cooking much. Also I have a food/exercise blog now, so I've been posting most of my recipes there. Dunno about other folks, but that's my excuse.
    and it's nice enough to
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    weep, but I don't
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    you?

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