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Pops is about to house sit on Tuesday for a week, thank goodness. But he had dinner duties tonight.

Fried chicken, country gravy from scratch.

We've got some cream corn ( I know many people despise) But I love it.

Spinach.

The gravy is fantastic, choice of white rice or mashed potatoes to go with.

I've been doing gravy drive bys, vino comes first.
When in doubt, roll the bones.
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(10-12-2019, 02:28 PM)KOMMA Wrote: They call this a cheesecake how can it be a cheesecake with no cheese in it.

https://www.friessinger-muehle.de/en/rec...olina.html

That's the Germans for you, try to sell you something that it is not. Reminds me of how they sold the EU to British business men and they bought it, until they found out it came with massive regulations that cost their companies extra money.

Jptdknpa

Quark is listed in the ingredients and I can clearly see it baked on top of the cheesecake WITH semolina so I'm not seeing the problem.

It reminds me of the Italian cheesecake I used to make where you poured cake batter into the pan and then poured the ricotta mixture over that and then baked. A delicious combination of cake and cheesecake. This cheesecake with semolina recipe seems similar.

Should there ever be a time when Germany drops bombs on the Brits again they need to make them recipe bombs.

After typing the following, I'm going to leave my political outlook regarding ripoffs by those of a certain lineage (and no I'm not talking about Brits) out of the recipe thread because I could type some very vile things regarding a specific lineage right now that would likely get me a ban, but I'd rather just stick to food as a topic in this thread from here on and leave a quick example...let's take potato pancakes and dump them in a pan and call them potato kugel as though they invented it.

Facepalm

German both sides of family Eyeroll

I"m hungry for simple and basic today. We're having your basic run of the mill spaghetti with meat sauce and garlic bread.
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vegetable soup
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So... if there are any Brits here by chance.... what IS the deal with "Yorkshire Pudding" is that something EVERYONE needs to know how to make??

It looks REALLY complicated!


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(10-14-2019, 09:09 PM)Daughter Of Ur Wrote: So... if there are any Brits here by chance.... what IS the deal with "Yorkshire Pudding" is that something EVERYONE needs to know how to make??

It looks REALLY complicated!


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There is an art to making a proper Yorkshire pudding, my mum had it mastered. Oil has to be really hot and so does the oven.

Sometimes I make a success of it and sometimes not so much.

I think practice makes perfect, and I don't cook it has often has mum did.

We used to have a dish called "Toad in the Hole", and it is sausages cooked in yorkshire pudding. Lovely.

I am having duck this evening when it's defrosted with sweet potato, steamed carrots, peas, roasted parsnips, roasted onion.

Chuckle
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