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Jason Levine
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join:2001-07-13
USA

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reply to Maccawolf

Re: Post a photo of something you ate today

It's really good, actually. I used to use the peanut butter sauce on chicken and found that it tasted good when poured over pasta which was served on the side. So I started making peanut butter pasta.

In case anyone's wondering, here's the recipe for the peanut sauce:

1/2 cup peanut butter
1 tablespoon soy sauce
1 teaspoon sugar
2 drops hot pepper sauce
1 clove minced garlic
1/2 cup water

Combine everything except the water in a bowl. Slowly add the water, stirring until the mixture is creamy but not too watery.
To assemble peanut butter pasta, you cook some egg noodles, drain them, and then combine them, some veggies (I like broccoli, snow peas, and carrots), and the peanut butter sauce in a baking dish. Then bake at about 350 for 30 minutes. You can eat it hot, but it's also extremely good cold.


anthony58
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New York, NY

1 recommendation

reply to SueS

theres an asian dish similar to this
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Jason Levine
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join:2001-07-13
USA

I'm guessing you're talking about my Peanut Butter Pasta, and yes there is. Thai food has some peanut butter noodles. Also, check out the appetizers section of any Chinese Food menu. The Cold Sesame noodles is often just basically a spaghetti with peanut butter sauce and sesame seeds.



Maccawolf
Premium
join:2001-02-20
Hillsdale, NJ

I'm allergic to Peanuts, so I don't think I"m gonna make it.



EGeezer
zichrona livracha
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reply to SueS

Sweet corn :-)

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Canon PowerShot A610
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Yum!
Part of my favorite summer supper. We live right in the heart of farm country, and there are lots of folks selling their harvests from their front yards. Best when purchased in the morning, right after they've picked it!
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SueS
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Macon, MO
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I agree, I am a farm girl, grew up in Iowa! My folks grew a 1/2 acre of corn. My summer favorites are corn on the cob, and watermelon!



Kringle
Dr.D
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Pierrefonds, QC
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reply to SueS

Re: Post a photo of something you ate today

Cross post: My Homemade Greasy Spoon Breakfast



Jason Levine
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join:2001-07-13
USA
reply to EGeezer

Re: Sweet corn :-)

Looks good. We're going to have corn tonight. How do you prepare it? I typically boil it (since it's quick and easy). If I had a grill, I'd prepare it like my father used to. Wrap it in foil and grill it. Of course, then there's this article which got me to try it raw one day. Wasn't bad, actually.



EGeezer
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We set the water to boil, then 6 minutes of boiling in the water. I'd prefer just enough to make the cob hot, but my wife leaves it in longer. The really tender sweet corn you can eat raw, or after a minute in the microwave. Dipping the unhusked corn in water then grilling it is good too! That steams the corn and leaves more flavor in it.

Some folks will even cook field corn, but it isn't as sweet and you have to pick it at just the right time. I don't care too much for that.

Our summer suppers are usually sweet corn, tomatoes from my little garden and a salad and sandwich, usually a burger, brat, Nathan's or BLT. For the vegetarians (and my usual summer breakfast), LTM (Lettuce Tomato and Mayo on Italian bread toast) is the sandwich du jour.

EDIT - just read your link - that's my sentiments too

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jtudor
Xm 60's On 6 Freak
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Morganton, NC
reply to Edit This

Re: Post a photo of something you ate today

said by Edit This:

I can't. This is a family forum.
No matter what Wayne says, My mind goes straight to the gutter with that remark.
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jaykaykay
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said by Kringle:

I'm with Pretorious See Profile here. It's about 6:00PM and this is what I've ingested so far today:
[att=1]
You ate the ciggies?!?!?!?


jaykaykay
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reply to SueS


Canon PowerShot A710 IS
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Canon PowerShot A710 IS
5.8mm 1/8th F2.8

My mind is always in the gutter so my mind wandered there too!


Jason Levine
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USA

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ooh. Trader Joe's. One of the two stores (along with Wegman's) that my wife and I wish would open near us.



Kringle
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reply to jaykaykay

said by jaykaykay:

said by Kringle:

I'm with Pretorious See Profile here. It's about 6:00PM and this is what I've ingested so far today:
You ate the ciggies?!?!?!?
That's why I said "ingested" - to give myself some leeway!


jaykaykay
4 Ever Young
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Very clever. But still, chomping on ciggies is the vision I get.



jaykaykay
4 Ever Young
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reply to Jason Levine

One of the best places to spend time even if just walking up and down aisles. However, one cannot leave there without anything!



Kringle
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reply to jaykaykay

said by jaykaykay:

Very clever. But still, chomping on ciggies is the vision I get.
No, one chomps on cigars, not cigarettes (especially with a good cognac).


Dynevor
abortion is surgical bombing is murder
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Dime Box, TX

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reply to SueS

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Yummy!


Maccawolf
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Hillsdale, NJ
reply to Jason Levine

I'd like a whole foods to open up near here, but I also hear that they are kind of expensive.

(We have Trader Joe's, but I've only been in there like 3 times and they've been here for a few years.)



jaykaykay
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reply to Kringle

Eeeewe! That smell, even with the help of Cognac, just makes me shudder.



Portmonkey
My watch stopped
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Southern IL

5 recommendations

reply to SueS

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OLYMPUS u1000/S1000
7.4mm 1/320th F8 ISO64

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Rubicon6
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Philly
reply to SueS

This thread popping up so late in the evening is gonna get me in trouble... :P
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R u b i c o n



ccallana
Huh?
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Folsom, CA

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reply to SueS

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Hot Dogs for the birthday party


Coma
Thanks Steve
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NirvanaLand

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reply to SueS

I have been eating the same thing every day for well over a month . . . . .




. . . . . and today




. . . . . will be no different




. . . . . because the price is right.

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yj4x4
Still in love with Obama?
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Whittier, CA

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reply to SueS

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NIKON E5200
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I got a BAD Sunflower Seed habit!


Maccawolf
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Hillsdale, NJ

I never got into sunflower seeds although one of my brothers, and my mom absolutely love them. I'm more of a pumpkin seed person. Roasted UNsalted....UMMMMMMMMMMM



alg
Passionately apathetic
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Houston, TX
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reply to SueS


Canon PowerShot A520
5.8mm 1/60th F2.6

Homemade spaghetti.


Rubicon6
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Philly

2 recommendations

reply to SueS


NIKON D80
24mm 1/60th F5 ISO125

piece


Gizy
Have you thanked a soldier today?
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reply to Coma

Are those Maryland Blues? With Old Bay Seasoning?
My mouth is watering remembing those....



Coma
Thanks Steve
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NirvanaLand

said by Gizy:

Are those Maryland Blues? With Old Bay Seasoning?
My mouth is watering remembing those....

Fresh from the waters of the Chesapeake Bay. I ate some more just a few hours ago . . . . mmm good!

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