Fish Eaters (literally)
#21
BrotherDave, that sounded awesome! (Minus the oysters...but that's just my personal quirk :laughing: ) Fridays can be fun to experiment with! A few Fridays ago, I took a Black Olive and Caper Marinara and added chopped spinach, extra black olives, and mushrooms then served it over garden Farfalle with a generous sprinkling of mozzarella cheese to top it off. On the side, we made big garden salads. It was so full of veggie-goodness that we didn't even miss the meat.
 
BTW, I have Splenda Diet Coke in my fridge right now and it's the bomb. Diet Rite Cherry Cola is also the bizzizomb and also contains Splenda. ;)
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#22
Mommie2Boys Wrote:BrotherDave, that sounded awesome! (Minus the oysters...but that's just my personal quirk :laughing: ) Fridays can be fun to experiment with! A few Fridays ago, I took a Black Olive and Caper Marinara and added chopped spinach, extra black olives, and mushrooms then served it over garden Farfalle with a generous sprinkling of mozzarella cheese to top it off. On the side, we made big garden salads. It was so full of veggie-goodness that we didn't even miss the meat.
 
BTW, I have Splenda Diet Coke in my fridge right now and it's the bomb. Diet Rite Cherry Cola is also the bizzizomb and also contains Splenda. ;)

DR Cherry IS the bomb.  I can't ever find it around here.  [Image: hoppingmad.gif]

I do a thing with the raw oysters using Olive Tepanade as a relish on them, with a dash of Cajun Chef hot sauce.  I also use the Olive mixture typically used in Muffelata sandwiches as a side salad, and could even see it as an entree salad, nested in a bed of Spinach or Romaine.

It's nearing lunchtime here.  Now I'm ready to go forage!

BD
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#23
BrotherDave Wrote:I do a thing with the raw oysters using Olive Tepanade as a relish on them, with a dash of Cajun Chef hot sauce.  I also use the Olive mixture typically used in Muffelata sandwiches as a side salad, and could even see it as an entree salad, nested in a bed of Spinach or Romaine.

It's nearing lunchtime here.  Now I'm ready to go forage!

BD

Ah Muffalettas and PoBoys... I miss New Orleans!! :(
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#24
Mommie2Boys Wrote:
BrotherDave Wrote:I do a thing with the raw oysters using Olive Tepanade as a relish on them, with a dash of Cajun Chef hot sauce.  I also use the Olive mixture typically used in Muffelata sandwiches as a side salad, and could even see it as an entree salad, nested in a bed of Spinach or Romaine.

It's nearing lunchtime here.  Now I'm ready to go forage!

BD

Ah Muffalettas and PoBoys... I miss New Orleans!! :(

It does all come right back to the subject of (dare I say it) . . . SAMMICHES!!!!

[Image: popcorn_chair.gif][Image: grainofsalt.gif]  (I stay safe 'cuz it's Archie's fault!)
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#25
WOAH!  Where'd that emoticon come from?!!

THAT'S AWESOME!
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#26
gjwalberg Wrote:WOAH!  Where'd that emoticon come from?!!

THAT'S AWESOME!

It got added late last week, I don't recall who did it.  But it's exactly right for the way I feel on FE a lot of the time.  I enjoy the show, but am often afraid to enter the fray; yet I still want others to know I'm here and following along -- I lurked too long without anyone knowing I was here.

BD
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#27
Kateri Wrote:A slice of cheese on wheat bread. 

Bleah!

That's what I get for being in a hurry this morning and forgetting to make some tuna salad or something last night.

Hey, bread and cheese is all good. I like it. Indeed, last school year it was my usual lunch, especially on Fridays. I dunno why, but I just fell in love with a slice or two of cheese on a slice or two of toast...
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#28
AgnusDei1989 Wrote:
Kateri Wrote:A slice of cheese on wheat bread. 

Bleah!

That's what I get for being in a hurry this morning and forgetting to make some tuna salad or something last night.
Hey, bread and cheese is all good. I like it. Indeed, last school year it was my usual lunch, especially on Fridays. I dunno why, but I just fell in love with a slice or two of cheese on a slice or two of toast...


Heck, in college I survived on Ragu sandwiches (they did not qualify as sammiches).  You take 2 pieces of cheap white bread and smear spaghetti sauce betwixt them.  Then lean over the kitchen sink to eat it.  Wash it down with 1.5 gallons of beer.  Repeat.
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#29
gjwalberg Wrote:  
Heck, in college I survived on Ragu sandwiches (they did not qualify as sammiches).  You take 2 pieces of cheap white bread and smear spaghetti sauce betwixt them.  Then lean over the kitchen sink to eat it.  Wash it down with 1.5 gallons of beer.  Repeat.


[Image: laff.gif] That is just revolting!!!
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#30
Richeldis Wrote:
gjwalberg Wrote:  
Heck, in college I survived on Ragu sandwiches (they did not qualify as sammiches).  You take 2 pieces of cheap white bread and smear spaghetti sauce betwixt them.  Then lean over the kitchen sink to eat it.  Wash it down with 1.5 gallons of beer.  Repeat.


[Image: laff.gif] That is just revolting!!!


Pfft.  Shows what you know.  [Image: beer.gif][Image: gimmefood.gif]
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