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Old 10-22-2015, 06:52 PM   #15
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I buy the Ling Ling chicken pot stickers from Costco and a bag of stir-fry frozen vegetables (I like the bag which includes snow peas, water chestnuts, pea pods, etc.).

I got this recipe from a Costco cookbook and have made it many times at home. I actually made it once in the trailer, and we had a nice lunch. I grated the ginger and chopped the scallions at home and put it in a container so I didn't have to do that in the trailer.

The soup is yummy! Enjoy!

This recipe has been halved from the original recipe:

Ling' Ling's Chicken Potsticker Soup
1 thawed packet Potsticker Sauce (included in bag)
2 Tbsp cornstarch
6 cups chicken broth
1 cup water
20 frozen Ling Ling Chicken Potstickers
4 cups of frozen mixed vegetables
1 Tbsp grated fresh ginger
1 tsp chopped scallions
Salt & Pepper to taste

Mix potsticker sauce with cornstarch; set aside.
In a large pot combine the broth and water and bring to boil. Add frozen potstickers, then boil again.
Cook for 4 minutes, stirring occasionally.
Add frozen veggies, ginger and scallion; cook 4 minutes.
Add sauce mixture and bring to a simmer.
Season with s&p.
Makes 4 servings.
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Old 10-22-2015, 07:26 PM   #16
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We had this for breakfast last Sunday. It was really good!

Apple French Toast with Whiskey Butter Sauce.

I cooked on the picnic table with my 2 burner Coleman stove.

Peel and cut into chunks 2 apples.
Add about 1/4 cup sugar and 1 tsp cinnamon
Set aside.

Cut up 1/2 stale baguette into slices and cut slices in half so pieces are bite sized.
Whisk together 2 eggs, a splash of orange juice and milk, and a dash of cinnamon in a bowl or large cup.
Add bread to soak up egg mixture

In 1 frying pan add 3 tablespoons butter and the apple /sugar mixture. Cook on medium heat until apples start to soften for 3-5 minutes. Add a large splash of whiskey for flavor and continue to cook out the alcohol. Keep heat low.

In a second frying pan, melt 3 tablespoons butter and add the bread/egg mixture and cook until golden, turning as needed.

Serve the french toast with the apply cinnamon sauce on it. Great with bacon and hot coffee!
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Earlier in the summer when our home grown tomatoes were plentiful, we were making capreses salad regularly. That, some crusty sour dough bread and a good bottle of red. Doesn't get much better than that.

Now it's Dungeness crab season here in Oregon. Stop at a coastal fresh fish market, buy a crab, have them shell it for you and you are minutes away from a crab Louie. Some good cheese and wine, doesn't get much better than that.



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Earlier in the summer when our home grown tomatoes were plentiful, we were making capreses salad regularly. That, some crusty sour dough bread and a good bottle of red. Doesn't get much better than that.

Now it's Dungeness crab season here in Oregon. Stop at a coastal fresh fish market, buy a crab, have them shell it for you and you are minutes away from a crab Louie. Some good cheese and wine, doesn't get much better than that.



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Great entries....keep the coming!

Mike,
Your entry with "local" Dungeness crab sparked a great memory of our extended trip to coastal
Maine this summer. We spent a few days in Freeport, ME at Winslow County Campground right on Casco Bay. We had two days of heavy rain but spirits were not dampened with great shopping excursions to LL Bean (3 miles from CG)! One day heavy fog and heavy rains led to getting laundry done, more LL Bean shopping, groceries at local Shaws where we bought three fresh lobsters which they steamed while we shopped and later enjoyed with fresh local corn and homemade coleslaw, French bread and bottle Pinot Grigio! What a great way to spend a dress day! We had a whole picked lobster left for homemade lobster rolls next day!

Another Seafood favorite of ours is almost another MRE

NEW ENGLAND CLAM CHOWDER
Pantry goods:
4 cans Gorton Clams (we like 2 chopped and two minced)
Small new red skin potatoes
Chopped onion and celery
6-8 cooked crisp bacon crumbled

PREPARATION
Cook bacon or salt pork, and cook, stirring occasionally, until the fat has rendered and the pork has started to brown, approximately 5 to 7 minutes. Use a slotted spoon to remove pork from fat, and set aside.

Add the chopped onion and celery to the fat, and cook, stirring frequently, until they are soft but not brown, about 10 minutes. Stir in potatoes and continue cooking until the potatoes have just started to soften, approximately 5 minutes. Add enough clam broth to just cover the potatoes. Season with sea salt and fresh ground pepper. Partly cover the pot, and simmer gently until potatoes are tender, approximately 10 to 15 minutes. When potatoes are tender, add cream and stir in chopped clams and reserved bacon. Let come to a simmer, and remove from heat. (Do not let chowder come to a full boil.)

The chowder should be allowed to sit for a while to cure. Reheat it to a bare simmer before serving, then garnish with chopped parsley. Serve with oyster crackers, French or Sourdough bread.
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