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Old 04-11-2010, 12:57 AM   #365
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Last Night

We're at the NorCal Casini Rally.

Last night we brought a fruit and cheese plate to the rally's Happy Hour(s).

Point Reyes Blue
Cowgirl Creamery's Mount Tam
Humboldt Fog
some fancy, schmantzy French cheese called, "Crocodiles Tear" shaped like a small white, fuzzy, moldy, funky goat cheese volcano
some more funky, goaty cheese

with blackberrys, Fuji apples, pears, green and muscat grapes, these huge red grapes the size of figs, assorted crackers and baguette slices.

There will be no images to share, cause seriously, we were a little too eager to get to noshing!
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Old 04-17-2010, 01:44 AM   #366
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Uncle!

Wow! We had to give up trying to taste everything at last Saturday's NorCal Casini Rally Potluck.

We brought a side of salmon, grilled, with a fennel apple relish.

There was:

deep fried turkey-geezernbabe
fried abalone-codybear
mac and cheese-zugbug
goulash-1953flying
Hungarian potato casserole with a potato chip crust-hittheroad
a huge green salad-condoluminum
buffalo wings
chile
penne with meat sauce
tiger shrimp skewers-airslide
teriyaki chicken-moymew
ham-tknelle
coleslaw-reshecca
risotto-globie64
grilled veggies-tin crew
pasta salad
Israeli couscous
rice and beans-terrayacht
cheese and crackers

chocolate fondue with strawberries and marshmallows for dipping-bigdee
huge cream puffs-cody bear
sherry cake-toddster
triple chocolate brownies-pink1
razz ma tazz bars-coastalview

Okay, that's what we can remember. Again no images, 'cause, um, we were stuffing our faces. Priorities, priorities.
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Old 04-30-2010, 07:21 PM   #367
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Anniversary Dinner

Hot dogs with all the fixins' (except for the essential mustard, 'cause we forgot to pack it), cooked over the campfire at Yosemite National Park's Upper Pines campground.

Peach cobbler-esque, baked in the Caravanner's oven, for dessert. http://www.airforums.com/forums/f484...tml#post843781

The honeymoon is definitely not over!
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Old 05-01-2010, 08:15 AM   #368
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Last night: Grilled steaks, baked potatoes w/ onions, and corn on the cob. Not sure about tonight?
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Old 05-03-2010, 07:37 PM   #369
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Monthaversaries catch up meal!

Barbecue zesty kabobs, baked potatoes "fanned" with onions & bell peppers, corn on the cob.
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Hot dogs with all the fixins' (except for the essential mustard, 'cause we forgot to pack it), cooked over the campfire at Yosemite National Park's Upper Pines campground.

Peach cobbler-esque, baked in the Caravanner's oven, for dessert. http://www.airforums.com/forums/f484...tml#post843781

The honeymoon is definitely not over!

OK......, disappointed here! IMHO, with Murray's expertise, the "Peach cobbler-esque" should have been done in a Dutch Oven, need some pointers? I'm practicing for the up comming trailer season. Tomorrow I'm trying "Kick Butt Chicken Drum Sticks" (uses 40 garlic cloves), from the renowned eclectic Johnny Nix.
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Monthaversaries Catch Up -Barbecue zesty kabobs, baked potatoes "fanned" with onions & bell peppers, corn on the cob.
Yay! Monthaversary! Woo Hoo!
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OK......, disappointed here! IMHO, with Murray's expertise, the "Peach cobbler-esque" should have been done in a Dutch Oven, need some pointers?
Yes, that would have been neat. Gemma's a big pyro and would have been more than happy to stoke the fire. Come to think of it, Murray likes to get the old campfire started with a blow torch. Hmm, pyro status confirmed! We'll have to pack it next time.

Murray was disappointed that the #12 cast iron skillet didn't make the cut for our recent trip to Yosemite. Come on! It's huge and there were only two of us. (That would have meant the shoe wardrobe/selection would have been significantly decreased and might have reached critical levels at or below acceptable tolerances.)

Thanks for the offer of assistance. We'd love some dutch oven pointers.

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Murray was disappointed that the #12 cast iron skillet didn't make the cut for our recent trip to Yosemite. Come on! It's huge and there were only two of us. (That would have meant the shoe wardrobe/selection would have been significantly decreased and might have reached critical levels at or below acceptable tolerances.)
LOL

Tell Murray they do make smaller sizes. Next week off, I'm trying a Strawberry-Rhubarb Cobbler in an 8" Dutch Oven. That one sure looks small sitting next the the 12"er.
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Forgot to add: Yeah, "Tux and Ball Gown -vs- Dutch Oven" hard decision to make!
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trying something new. layer of sliced potatoes, S&P, ground garlic, thin sliced monterey jack cheese, layer of thin sliced chicken, sprinke of cummin, thin layer of chopped tomitillos, repeat the first layer of ingrediants, then top with a can of Ro-Tel, cover and bake at 300 degrees for a couple of hours, or in a 10 inch dutch oven until done. Don't know how it's going to turn out. Sour cream and a splash of Pico Pica sauce should fill in any of the bland spots.
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Cinco De Mayo

We celebrated Cinco De Mayo with arroz, pollo y salsa de pico de gallo.
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Garden salad, corn on the cob, steamed clams, and grilled lobster with a bottle of Pinot Grigio.
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Garden salad, corn on the cob, steamed clams, and grilled lobster with a bottle of Pinot Grigio.
Holy Moly, lobsters $20 a pound. Ever do clams on the grill? I saw Ina Gartin do it on her show, easy way to cook and serve. Doing boiled shrimp, I cook them you shuck your own, with lemon mustard dipping sauce, fresh pugliese bread and wine. M&Ms for desert.
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