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Old 04-15-2011, 02:10 AM   #241
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Old 04-16-2011, 08:02 PM   #244
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We are having stuffed peppers and corn on the cob tonight. I'm not taking pictures because my family will think I'm weird. Oh yeah, and there's pie.

Speaking of which, I was thinking that I should post this pie recipe because it's both easy and delicious!

Chocolate Satin Pie

1 pre-made graham cracker pie crust
2 egg yolks
1 12 oz. package semisweet chocolate chips
1 can evaporated milk (normal size; I don't remember how many ounces it was )

Heat milk and egg yolks on medium-low heat in a saucepan, stirring continually until slightly thickened and very warm (it should be steamy). Do not boil. Remove from heat and add chocolate chips. Stir until smooth and chocolate is melted. Pour into pie crust and refrigerate until solid (about 3 hours). Serve with whipped cream, if desired (you know you want to).
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^ Omg, I must try that. I suddenly have a mad craving for chocolate.


I made Chicken Paprikash with halushki last night. A traditional Hungarian/Slovak dish my grandmother has always made for us. I may post the recipe once I perfect it a bit. It didn't quite turn out like hers, although delish, so I have to play with it a bit.
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Hungarian food is underrated. Most tender meat I've ever eaten. Meltworthy.
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(toothpick appetizer for a baby shower on Saturday)
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^ Omg, I must try that. I suddenly have a mad craving for chocolate.


I made Chicken Paprikash with halushki last night. A traditional Hungarian/Slovak dish my grandmother has always made for us. I may post the recipe once I perfect it a bit. It didn't quite turn out like hers, although delish, so I have to play with it a bit.
ooh! would love to see the recipe!

i make "chicken paprika", i wonder if it's similar? i sautee the chicken breasts til golden, then add chopped onion and garlic and soften, then chuck in a whole load of paprika, a touch of Cayenne pepper, chopped canned tomatoes, scorched and peeled red pepper quarters, then place in a casserole dish and bake in the oven... before serving add creme fraiche and freshly squeezed lemon and serve with rice...

i do love making Hungarian goulash too... these are always family favourites/winter staples...
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Hungarian food is underrated. Most tender meat I've ever eaten. Meltworthy.
This. I grew up on the stuff. Not the prettiest presentation, but oh my, is it delicious.

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ooh! would love to see the recipe!

i make "chicken paprika", i wonder if it's similar? i sautee the chicken breasts til golden, then add chopped onion and garlic and soften, then chuck in a whole load of paprika, a touch of Cayenne pepper, chopped canned tomatoes, scorched and peeled red pepper quarters, then place in a casserole dish and bake in the oven... before serving add creme fraiche and freshly squeezed lemon and serve with rice...

i do love making Hungarian goulash too... these are always family favourites/winter staples...
That sounds pretty similar. I'll post the recipe once I'm done playing with it. It was delish, but could use a bit of tweaking.
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You guys honestly think Jimmy Johns is good?
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I love Jimmy Johns.

But when it comes to sandwiches and subs, I like 'em simple. If the bread is good, I'm pretty easy to please.

Why don't you like them?
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Hard bread, stuffed with alfalfa sprouts, meat and cheese unevenly spread (so some bites are too much, others just bread), very little dressing. A general attitude of money first, quality second that I feel whenever I go there. Those sandwiches are not worth the price they're charging.

But, you guys probably know by now I'm a little obsessive about my sandwich places.

My favorites:
Quiznos (but only when I'm making the food )
Which Wich - God I miss this place so much.
Potbelly - same here, but at least there are a few around, though not near me.
Jasons Deli - another Texas joint I miss
Panera
And there's one more in Texas I can't recall the name of and am too lazy to look up.

I love all of those places times a billion. Subways in there somewhere too, but I'm not sure where I'd rate it.

Left out local shops, because comparing them to a chain isn't fair to the chain.

EDIT: just remembered the name: schlotzsky's deli.
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But, you guys probably know by now I'm a little obsessive about my sandwich places.

My favorites:
Potbelly - same here, but at least there are a few around, though not near me.
My first experience with Potbelly was when I got off a plane at Midway Airport in Chicago. We were looking for lunch, and there was Potbelly Sandwiches with a line of like 40 people, most of which were pilots and flight attendants. Well, if you travel enough, you know that the flight crews know where the good food is, so we got in line immediately. Delicious!
Thankfully, Potbelly came to Minneapolis a few years ago.

Anyway, speaking of Chicago airports and sandwiches...another favorite is grabbing a sandwich from The Berghoff in O'Hare.
I'm glad I connect through there often. Hand-carved, fresh, warm sandwiches. They have decent beer, too.
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Oh man, I used to loooove Schlotzky's! Panera is great, too. I don't have the bean sprout problem with Jimmy John's because I always leave them off.

I like basic sandwiches - meat, cheese, mayo, mustard, MAYBE tomatoes, but that's the only veggie I can tolerate on them.
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