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Old 05-14-2008, 07:21 PM   #46
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chicken pesto pizza. chocolate cake and chai for desert.
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I LOVE those brownies. I used to get one in the morning when I worked on Melrose.

Anyone ever been to Langer's Deli, by MacArthur Park? I know it's pretty ghetto over there but I heard the pastrami is amazing.
I'm a corned beef kinda gal, but if you want pastrami, Langer's IS the place to go.

So what time is the Canter's meet-up?

And I know someone who works there. He usta take care of me when I'd go to the bakery (old old friend, and a Canter)


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If it does, I'll take extra cherries, please.
I can always count on you!
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German Chocolate Cake.
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pasta... a huge plate of pasta
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DRINKS
ginger ale and Classic Coke (not together!)

*APPETIZERS
the best taramasalata (greek 'caviar' w cream, lemon, ?a touch of olive oil & garlic)
*the best Guacamoli & chips
*fried pork dumplings (chineese)

DINNER
*Veggie Uttapams ( Southern Indian Pancakes(?some mild spicing) topped with - in this case veeggies )
*Lamb Kurma (North Indian a creamy sauce/mild spices)
*Tandoori Chicken ( chicken with ?chickpea flour & flavoring baked in a Tandoor Oven)

DESSERT
the deepist, darkest Choloate cake with chocolate mousse & ganache

anything else???

Alke Selzer*!!!

Unless maaayyybbbeee .........
IF it was a 4- 5 hour dinner ( like a long opera, or Japaneese NOH Play where the audience can leave & return)!
I think I could mange all that!
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BAW made a great Penne Pasta tonight with peppers and Italian sausage. It was yummers.
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I did a Penne Pasta too, but with sauteed zuccini, turkey keilbasa, and teardrop tomatoes with white sauce.
I heard it was killer...

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A giant piece of freshly baked chocolate fudge cake.
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German Chocolate Cake.
What's German Chocolate Cake?

I hope you don't mean Sachertorte, because that's something traditionally Austrian.
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Pud Cashew Nuts
Sliced chicken sautéed with cashew nuts, green pepper, scallions, onions, and straw mushrooms ~ mild
Thai Iced Tea or hot tea
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What's German Chocolate Cake?
It's an American chocolate cake with coconut and pecans in the frosting. "German" was the last name of the chocolate maker whose product the recipe was originally developed for; it's not meant as a reference to the cake's national origin.
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^ And the cake itself is a much lighter chocolate, not a regular chocolate cake.

That chicken with cashew nuts dish sounds really good right now
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Thanks yolland & bonocomet for explaining the German Chocolate Cake


I'm in the mood for a really good fluffy omelet right now and some hash brown potatoes
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It's an American chocolate cake with coconut and pecans in the frosting. "German" was the last name of the chocolate maker whose product the recipe was originally developed for; it's not meant as a reference to the cake's national origin.
Thank you, I didn't know that. I thought it actually means a cake from Germany.
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