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    Senior Member cindyo's Avatar
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    I'm coming to your house for dinner, you have the best sounding recipes around....
    Hey, even better, we can do our vows at your house............

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    Quote Originally Posted by cindyo View Post
    I'm coming to your house for dinner, you have the best sounding recipes around....
    Hey, even better, we can do our vows at your house............
    You know you are always more than welcome! Besides, we are only a small detour off the route to AUA.

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    Thanks Lisa. Will be doing this one Saturday. Sounds YUMMY. Will let ya know what everybody thinks.

    Quote Originally Posted by Arubalisa View Post
    Tried this yesterday for the first time from a recipe dh found online and modified. Prep time was not where near 25 minutes.
    I wouldn't be posting it if it had not been delicious!
    Michelle & Mike

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    i have tried this recipe and it is now an all time favorite.
    once i eventried it with raspbery yoplait yougurt instead of plain.
    my advice stick with the plain yogurt.

    thanks for those recips lisa.
    sherry from the visitaruba site also has marvelous recipes.
    the recipe sharing thing is the best!

    and, we did the eggplant recipe and we did the eggplant recipe but substtuted thin boneless chicken breasts delicious. (baking time can be cut by about 10 minutes though.
    andrea
    Quote Originally Posted by Arubalisa View Post
    Another recipe from online. This is modified as well, substituting bleu cheese for the originally called for goat cheese. Delicious!

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    Just wanted to let everyone know that the Cuban Pork Crock Pot Recipe was a hit . Thanks again Lisa for a great recipe
    Michelle & Mike

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    Thanks Chelle. Tonight dh pounded out some chicken breasts and stuffed with parmesan, mozzarella, pecorino, provolone and romano cheese as well as spinach that had been sauteed in minced garlic and onion. Rolled the breasts, then coated with Italian bread crumbs, baked and served sliced into pieces along with an orzo (rice shaped pasta) made with sauteed carrots, asparagus and brocolli.

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    is lisa the only one with a husband that cook?
    paul knows where the kitchen is and knows how to unload the dishwasher.

    about 17 yrs ago i was in sarasota fl with the swim team over easter wknd.
    paul was in charge of a nice easter dinner for his mom and kevin. he made grilled cheese sandwiches.
    Quote Originally Posted by Arubalisa View Post
    Thanks Chelle. Tonight dh pounded out some chicken breasts and stuffed with parmesan, mozzarella, pecorino, provolone and romano cheese as well as spinach that had been sauteed in minced garlic and onion. Rolled the breasts, then coated with Italian bread crumbs, baked and served sliced into pieces along with an orzo (rice shaped pasta) made with sauteed carrots, asparagus and brocolli.

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    My husband only knows how to turn on the grill....so, my break is in the summer months. Steak tips bought from McKinnons in Ma. is where we get them....they're the best.

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    Hubby does cook, but hasn't had the time because of working 2 jobs now so I can stay home with our 2 year old so I can be hands on with all of his therapy appointments, etc.

    Makes awesome twice baked potatoes, Paremsan chicken. Is a master also with the grill & homemade beer
    Michelle & Mike

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    I am "trying" to get dh to pass on more of the cooking duties. Give me any recipe and I will follow it to a "T". He either is not fond of my cooking or knowing that this "jack of all trades" cooked for a living for awhile, grew very tired of cooking...Either way I am attaching this weekend's recipes. Enjoy!

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