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Old 04-05-2007, 12:31 PM   #376
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- I never even thought about that - you are my hero
The one time I sorta-jokingly asked the waiter. He was all like " yeah, if I had a nickel for every time I heard that..." and he literally did roll his eyes at me. I was all like "fucking Toronto snob..."

April, we're going to have to plan something like this for the summer.


Beav, Gretzky's from Brantford, where I live. Apparently, having a common home town to the restaurant owner does not entitle one to free drinks.
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You should leave after class on Sat...I can have the drinks all lined up!!
And by "drinks" clearly she means "drinks and live web feed". M I RITE?
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I think I'm going to get drunk and try to make city chicken tonight. :insertchefshatsmileyhere:
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Ha - change of plans - we're going to VP's...make sure you use golden mushroom soup - I like it better that way

That pic from the patio was after a Sat Jays game...we didn't annoy them at all They could really stand to work on the friendliness there lol.
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And by "drinks" clearly she means "drinks and live web feed". M I RITE?
U R RITE!!

Seriously...your AV and the caps just made me lol..


I think April is a quitter...
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I have found about 5 different recipes online, all with slight variations, and I'm not sure which one to try. Some have spices, some don't. Some are with soup, like you said, some are just with water in the roasting pan. The ones I've had were made at local Hungarian/Polish/Ukrainian halls. One of the women who cooks for the Ukrainian hall is my mom's new neighbour...I asked my mom to ask her for the recipe, but I'm betting she won't give it up.
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I make it -

Roll skwers in egg/milk, then breadcrumbs, seasoned if you like. pan fry till crumbs are golden, remove. Layer in roasting pan w/ small amount of water and put dollops of that soup (not the plain soup) over it. Reapply soup if needed and leave in the oven for hours. Sooooo good...
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I have found about 5 different recipes online, all with slight variations, and I'm not sure which one to try. Some have spices, some don't. Some are with soup, like you said, some are just with water in the roasting pan. The ones I've had were made at local Hungarian/Polish/Ukrainian halls. One of the women who cooks for the Ukrainian hall is my mom's new neighbour...I asked my mom to ask her for the recipe, but I'm betting she won't give it up.

One of the woman from that Ukrainian hall makes cabbage rolls and perogies for me. I love her She is my Brantford friends grandmother
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What kind of seasonings do you use? Also, do you put the skewers right in the water? Some of the recipes I've seen suggest putting celery in the pan, and a bit of water...I'm assuming so that the meat isn't actually in the water, it's resting on the celery, so that they only get steamed??
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What kind of seasonings do you use? Also, do you put the skewers right in the water? Some of the recipes I've seen suggest putting celery in the pan, and a bit of water...I'm assuming so that the meat isn't actually in the water, it's resting on the celery, so that they only get steamed??
I actually cheat and use the Italian seasoned breadcrumbs from the store - I make huge batches and there is no way I'm making the crumbs myself esp. if I've had to thread the meat too. Those breadcrumbs are just enough seasoning - anything more and I think it takes away from the whole thing. You already have two types of meat - minimal seasoning needed. Also, when I shallow fry, I do 5 or 6 at a time and roll the skewers every minute or so - it is just a light browning needed, so 4 mins is enough. I use carrots and parsnips for the support instead of celery, and the water just covers these. The steam helps cook the meat - topping up is sometimes needed. I would def. use the soup too...and after it is done what you have left in the pan is an awesome gravy type liquid and cooked veggies that are more useful than celery
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Damn - that sounds tasty!
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