What did you have for Sunday dinner?
#11
wild rice is grown in the great lakes states.  it is native to that region.  actually, it is not true rice.  it is the seed of a marsh grass.  but it is highly nutritious.  i love it.
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#12
Isn't black rice made from the ink of squid ?

tim
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#13
:O
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#14
(08-27-2013, 12:03 PM)Tim Wrote: Isn't black rice made from the ink of squid ?

tim
It is a kind of wild rice.
:) :) :)
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#15
At our Sunday parish potluck there was ham, barbequed pulled pork, fried chicken, stew, potatoe-cheese cassarole, panceat (a Filipino noodle dish), summer squash, salad, bread and butter, bostom cream pie, and carrot cake.
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#16
Homemade spaghetti and meatballs. Deep-fried, battered eggplant. Mangoe-banana-flaxseed smoothie.
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#17
Dinner is the American Lunch? And is not Dinner=Supper?  ???
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#18
(08-27-2013, 12:03 PM)Tim Wrote: Isn't black rice made from the ink of squid ?

tim

No, that's black pasta. Mmmm...  And now I miss Venice!

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#19
At our parish potluck we had ground beef-stuffed green bell peppers, barbecued ham, green beans, okra, bread and butter, brownies, and orange sponge cake.
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(09-08-2013, 08:45 PM)christulsa123 Wrote: At our parish potluck we had ground beef-stuffed green bell peppers, barbecued ham, green beans, okra, bread and butter, brownies, and orange sponge cake.


How many times a month do you have a parish potluck? Is it right after Mass? Or do people go home to get the food & bring it over? Thanks.
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