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    Quote Originally Posted by jazz lady View Post
    Looks very tasty. But where does the fennel come in?
    Supposed to chop it up and add it to the pot. Whole fennel, not seed.

    It was ok. The meats were good, but the olive/grapes was kinda weird.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GWguy View Post
    Supposed to chop it up and add it to the pot. Whole fennel, not seed.

    It was ok. The meats were good, but the olive/grapes was kinda weird.
    Better check that recipe because there is NO fennel in it. I watched the video too and all Rachel mentions is sweet sausage with fennel IN it. Only chopped herbs were thyme and rosemary, plus sliced shallots.

    Not a big fan of olives nor roasted grapes so I was wondering how that was going to turn out. I think I will skip it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jazz lady View Post
    Better check that recipe because there is NO fennel in it. I watched the video too and all Rachel mentions is sweet sausage with fennel IN it. Only chopped herbs were thyme and rosemary, plus sliced shallots.

    Not a big fan of olives nor roasted grapes so I was wondering how that was going to turn out. I think I will skip it.
    I was reading another recipe and somehow transposed the ingredients.
    http://www.rachaelray.com/recipe/sau...ennel-skillet/
    I'd do it again, but modify it to my liking. Gotta start somewhere!
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    Quote Originally Posted by GWguy View Post
    I was reading another recipe and somehow transposed the ingredients.
    http://www.rachaelray.com/recipe/sau...ennel-skillet/
    I'd do it again, but modify it to my liking. Gotta start somewhere!
    Gotcha. I read a lot of recipes and get them mixed up, too. That one sounds better than the first one. I may follow a recipe the first time but usually improvise to suit my tastes on subsequent times I make it. Or just do my normal free-range, on-the-fly cooking and hope for the best.

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    Hamburger steaks with onions and peppers in gravy over egg noodles. The chicken & dumplings will have to wait...dammit!!

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    Chicken noodle soup and dumplings was delish Looking forward to leftovers today!
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    Filet mignon cooked perfectly on the grill (mmmmmMMMMMOOOOOOOO!!) with oven roasted cauliflower.

    I was impressed, actually. The filet was a blister pack from Giant, but was really tender and tasted good.
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    I miss having Rael around, he used to make the prettiest food.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Merlin99 View Post
    I miss having Rael around, he used to make the prettiest food.
    *like*
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    Quote Originally Posted by GWguy View Post
    Filet mignon cooked perfectly on the grill (mmmmmMMMMMOOOOOOOO!!) with oven roasted cauliflower.

    I was impressed, actually. The filet was a blister pack from Giant, but was really tender and tasted good.
    I don't get the attraction to a filet. To me they're mushy and flavorless. I'm a ribeye girl.
    "Too much agreement kills a chat."
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