wonderful pasta recipe

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  1. Allifunn

    Allifunn FunnChef - AlisonCooks.com

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    Some vegetarians eat seafood :dunno:

    You will love it!

    Toots...gorgonzola, blue cheese...very similliar...I would use either or both! :clap:
     
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    That sounds great! I think I'll try it for Christmas -- already have bought groceries for Thanksgiving.
     
  3. Allifunn

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    BR...trust me, it is quite wonderful. :D
     
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    I bought the stuff tonight:clap:;-)
     
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    Heck, I have my Thanksgiving shopping list for all of our traditional recipes typed up in Word, in order by the aisles in Publix. This way I don't forget anything, and I can do my shopping very quickly.
     
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    I'm screwed. :wave:
     
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    I bought mine last thursday and already had one Thanksgiving dinner. I can't believe it. Now, I'm fixin' to start up again. ;-) Hubba and I have an Uncle in Franklin, 50 miles from here, who can't get out. So we made him skip his meals on wheels last Saturday and brought the whole spread to him. :D Hubba smoked a turkey last friday night. I did all the other stuff. Hubba did chop for me some. I didn't do the cranberries on my own though. I took those Publix ones, which are really good to me, with the orange.
     
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    Stupid question: What are butter me not biscuits? Do they sell those at Publix? Both of these recipes sound yummy. With my broken elbow, I'm not doing very much, my husband is doing the turkey and sister-in-law is bringing the side dishes. I just need a few easy to make things that don't require too much effort from my right arm.
     
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    SM, I can feel a little of your pain. Right before Halloween I clamped my left index finger in my straight iron. It hurt for days. (second degree burn) Trying to do the simplest things were a big pain as I'm sure you know!
    Glad you are getting help!


    I have tried to like blue cheese and gorganzola and just can't! These recipes sound so good!
     
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    This may sound strange, but Snyders mini unsalted pretzels make a great substitute for nuts. You can chop/crush them just like pecans.
     
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    BR--I do this too! mr. dd thinks I'm crazy, but he always appreciates it when I send him with a list.
     
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    I'm home for the grocery store!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!It was bad:angry:
     
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    :clap:It's almost cocktail time.
     
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    I went to Bed, Bath and Beyond Crazy...then to Linens 'n Things You Don't Really Need. Then I stood up for 3 hours cooking. :eek: Chop chop chop mix chop chop saute chop chop mix chop mix. Turkey stock, Waldorf Salad and TWO kinds of dressing...meat and no meat. :D I have cleaned the kitchen three times so far...last time after Mr. K and his brining experiment. :blink: Now I remember why I don't cook anymore. ;-)

    Make mine a double...or maybe a triple. :wave:
     
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    Re: wonderfulsom pasta recipe

    I'm glad someone is as OCD as I am. :funn:
    It's been cocktail time all afternoon while I'm prepping to feed my entire extended family. BTW the only offer of help from my family is a phone call from one of my siblings -- asked if I needed her to pick up some wine -- I said I had bought jug wine -- she said they do not drink jug wine -- I said that if that's the case, it would be helpful if she picked up some wine. After all, I am cooking the entire meal.
    I hear ya, babe. I have been cooking since 9 AM, and took a break at 6 PM. I will start up tomorrow AM to finish the rest. Next year if our daughter doesn't come home in time to help me cook, Big D and I are going to the beach, dining out, and relaxing. I'm over spending a kajillion hours preparing meals for which only my husband appreciates my investment in time.

    I feel your pain, Miss Kitty.
     
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    Hey BR...meet you at the beach next Thanksgiving! :wave:
     
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    Otay! :wave:
     
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    I keep thinking about those delicious sounding meals like at Fire. Few people unless they've done it, appreciate and understand all the prep work that goes into one of these meals. 25.00 a head is sounding sooo cheap. To hail with leftovers. :bang:
     
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    yes, it is time for a drink:wave:
     

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