What are your five favorite meals?

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Old 07-22-2018, 11:14 AM
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1) Quality steak on the grill (at home).

2) Shrimp & Grits (can't dew at home)

3) Oysters (Northern East coast)

4) Chicken Parm (at home)

5) Gin (any where)

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Old 07-22-2018, 12:08 PM
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Lobster tails
Alaskan Crab legs
Prime Rib
Oysters
Little Lamb Chops
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Lobster tails
Alaskan Crab legs
Prime Rib
Oysters
Little Lamb Chops
I LOVE every one of them but only now can have the Lamb Chops and the Prime Rib. I like the chops with apricot chutney and the prime rib with sour cream horse radish sauce.
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Lobster tails
Alaskan Crab legs
Prime Rib
Oysters
Little Lamb Chops
I want to eat at your house. These sound the best to me.
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Old 07-22-2018, 12:32 PM
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I want to eat at your house. These sound the best to me.
Those are my favorites. What I made for lunch today was Spaghetti Cacio e Pepe.
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Meat loaf
My dad's steaks
Lightly battered freah fried shrimp
Prime rib
Hot browns
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Old 07-22-2018, 12:48 PM
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Those are my favorites. What I made for lunch today was Spaghetti Cacio e Pepe.
Pasta is OK but not a favorite. I love fish and vegetables. I do eat meat but not much.
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Meat loaf
My dad's steaks
Lightly battered freah fried shrimp
Prime rib
Hot browns
What is or are hot browns? nevermind
Image result for recipe hot brown
1½ tablespoons salted butter.
1½ tablespoons all-purpose flour.
1½ cups heavy cream.
¼ cup Pecorino-Romano cheese, plus extra for garnish.
Pinch of ground nutmeg.
Salt and pepper.
14 oz. roasted turkey breast, sliced thick.
4 slices Texas toast, crust removed and sliced in half diagonally.
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“Hot Brown” Sandwich Recipe

that does sound good
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Old 07-22-2018, 12:51 PM
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My moms meatloaf that she made in a 100 year old skillet
My jambalaya pasta
My bang bang shrimp
My granny’s fried chicken
My shrimp and grits
What time is dinner??????
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Pasta is OK but not a favorite. I love fish and vegetables. I do eat meat but not much.
I love everything. I'm working on recipes and doing a lesson on parchment cooking, fish, shellfish and chicken thighs. The technique would remain the same but by changing seasonings and veggies going in the bag it could be a New Orleans Dish, Thai Dish or Italian Dish.
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