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    Only eat Clausen pickles here...they are the best !
    I got Clausen in my fridge but If you never had home made Russian refrigerator pickles......no comparison.that with a chunk of black Borodinsky rye bread and butter.....Heavensky !!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nightblade View Post
    Ive always preferred crab over lobster and shrimp over crawfish. That being said,I can eat crawfish as good as any man and the idea of Lobster done up as such intrigues me. Suckin the heads of those baby's has got to be an experience indeed. It would seem as if it might be very rich.I also like the idea of two worlds colliding. Cajun spice meets the butter bath hmmmmmmm...............I'm game! And now I'm thinking Lobster Etoufee maybe or even Cajun Lobster roll ?! New horizons in a most delicious sort of way.
    Lobster roll is great. I usually wouldn't splurge on live Yankee lobsters for that, though. Frozen spiney tails work fine for that. Sometimes I even butterfly, batter, and fry those. Two good sized ones make a nice poboy too.

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    Dessert on the weekend was this maple tart!
    Wife and I celebrated our 35th first date and I only snapped this quick pic.
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    Handmade chocolate shell with a local maple concoction in the middle, maple leaf chips and sortilege ice cream on the side.
    Twas tasty as it looked.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeB52 View Post
    Dessert on the weekend was this maple tart!
    Wife and I celebrated our 35th first date and I only snapped this quick pic.
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    Handmade chocolate shell with a local maple concoction in the middle, maple leaf chips and sortilege ice cream on the side.
    Twas tasty as it looked.
    Yum!! I say YUM!!!
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    One of the nice things with Semolina porridge / Cream o wheat is that leftovers makes it simple to make
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    Semolina pudding (with raspberry sauce).
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    That’s a fine looking dessert! Leftovers should always present so well!
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    Warm enough to get the bbq shoveled out enough to use.
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    Steak, shrimp, mixed beans, and tater tots!
    Just cause I dig em now and then.
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    Happy March 1 men.
    BBQ weather is coming!
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    Those WEBBAH grills are tough !
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    I haven't got around to moving pics from my phone to my laptop lately. So here is Friday and last night's dinner.

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    Some very nice frozen ahi, dusted with wasabi powder and dredged in flour seasoned with red pepper and annato, with no egg or milk or batter. Fried in a smoking hot skillet with olive oil until medium rare. Not bad.

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    Soft tacos with pig lips sauteed with jalapenos and onions, Herdez salsa. Juicy and delicious.

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    Sosakjøt, Norwegian beef stew. Traditional food.
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