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Leo Blanchette

« Reply #25 on: October 13, 2013, 16:45 »
Here's mine.
beer - it was just a matter of time :D

« Reply #26 on: October 13, 2013, 17:08 »
It is Canadian Thanksgiving weekend and there is a turkey in the oven.... how can I think about anything else when the house smells like this OMGGGGGGGG.  I'm going upstairs now to make an apple pie and hopefully the guests come soon so I can crack open a Keiths Pale Ale.  What the heck, I might as well have one right now, it's Thanks Giving and the beer is cold!

Oh, here's one.... when mom made pies she took the scraps of the leftover crust, put them on a cookie sheet and covered with brown sugar and cinnamon.  I named it "party" for some reason when I was a tot, and that is how the family knows it now.  I always make sure there is enough dough for party. :)

« Reply #27 on: October 13, 2013, 17:11 »
Here's mine.
beer - it was just a matter of time :D

It is food, right?  :o

« Reply #28 on: October 13, 2013, 17:57 »
Tater tot hot dish and spaghetti are two of my favorite meals growing up. 

One of my great grandma's made Lefse and Krumkake as a traditional Norwegian  food. Those were delicious. My other great grandma made homemade Chokecherry jelly and that stuff was to die for it was so good. 

gillian vann

  • *Gillian*
« Reply #29 on: October 15, 2013, 04:25 »
my Saffer husband would say: milk tart or nougi tart (which is like a smashed up pavlova)

Uncle Pete

« Reply #30 on: October 15, 2013, 17:17 »
Right: http://beerisfood.com  Beer Is Food dot com says so!

One thing that Mom made, and it's budget food was Pasta e Fagioli / in American Pasta Fazool (but some Italian dialects it sounds the same, so no foul)

Contrary to what you will find on the cooking sites, it's cheap and basic, pasta and beans and tomatoes. Olive oil, onions, garlic and spices.

Common people don't have prosciutto, maybe some ground beef. But you can feed a whole family and fill them, with this one dish. That's what I remember.

That and something Mom made called "Eatmore" (obvious it was a custom House creation) Like sponge cake, everything was a one. But it's been so long I don't remember what the ingredients were. 1lb ground beef, one cup chopped onions, one can of tomato soup, one cup chopped celery, and ??? Spices. Surprise, dinner in one pot on the stove. Kind of like Pasta Fazool.

Lunch? Grilled Cheese sandwich, Scamorza cheese on whole wheat, and tomato soup. That's an easy one. I prefer mozzarella on rye myself.

Here's mine.

beer - it was just a matter of time :D

It is food, right?  :o


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