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Carol
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PostSubject: You May Now Kiss the Cook   Thu May 28, 2009 7:13 pm



What is one dish that you make the make others happy and on cloud 9 as they savor your meal?

For me... I have to say that people love my 'salvadorean turkey or chicken sandwiches'!
Just to give you an idea, they kind of look like this, but BIGGER grinsmiley



First I have to cook the chicken... if it's turkey... I'll have someone else help me cook the turkey because it's harder.
Anyway, after the chicken/turkey is cooked with it's sauce I begin by preparing the sandwiches.
I grab a bread, I put mayo & mustard, then I put some sauce from the chicken/turkey, then I put pieces of meat, then lettuce, then two pieces of hardboiled egg, some pieces of cucumber, for those who like it, small pieces of beets (really compliments the egg), and then 2 slices of tomato and then cover it up again with some sauce on top of everything.... I think that's about it.... by this time, the sandwich looks juicy & big...

It is sooooooo delicious though!

I usually like to do these specially around thanksgiving when the weather is cool, the fall colors are everywhere... it's just a great time to enjoy these sandwiches. Buy yes, I think I make people happy with these sandwiches.


*What about you guys? What's that one special meal that makes everybody dance with joy? eat


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PostSubject: Re: You May Now Kiss the Cook   Fri May 29, 2009 1:25 pm

Wow, that's quite a sandwich, Carol! Applause I can see why it would be a favorite!

Now to think about your question.......... :think:
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PostSubject: Re: You May Now Kiss the Cook   Fri May 29, 2009 1:56 pm

that sandwich looks, and sounds, delicious! I'm not the best cook in the world :shifty: so I'll have to think about an answer for your question
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PostSubject: Re: You May Now Kiss the Cook   Fri May 29, 2009 7:07 pm

New England boiled dinner was a favorite of mine any my family's. You can either use corned beef or beef, I prefer the beef it is less gready. I quartered a head of cabbage, peeled and cut up potatoes, carrots and onions. Then I put all into a large heavy pan with a lid and boiled for several hours. Dish onto a plate or into a bowl with some homemade buscuits and it's woderful.

There was also Chicken Cordon Bleu. Pound chicken breasts flat, put canadian bacon or ham and swiss cheese, fold over rest of chicken breast. Cook in frying pan until done. Very yummy.

Tomato gravey, was/ my husband's favorite. Take sliced green tomatoes, dredge in flour, salt and pepper, fry until very dark brown almost black. Stir in milk and keep stirring until tomatoes fall apart and it lookes totally discusting, lol. Serve over homemade bread. **The last time I made it I mistook powerded sugar for flower and it was never requested again** I can't imagine why, lol





Spring is finally here, the lovely pink blooms on the "spray" tree outside my window are gone leaving a beautiful willow.
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PostSubject: Re: You May Now Kiss the Cook   Sat May 30, 2009 8:22 pm

My family likes it when I make Saucy Chicken and Asparagus. That is what they request for their birthday dinners now.


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