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Old 03-28-2013, 04:36 PM   #1471
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Yeah, I've had pizza at Lou Malnati's and it was pretty amazing. They actually cook their deep dish in three stages.

As for Nebo... <sigh> I fear that we may have lost him forever to the lures and lusts of the celebrity lifestyle...

sad, really. He used to be just like you and me... which, now that I think about it isn't all that great either.

Maybe we could all meet up at Nebo and Smidgy's. You guys can go out for pizza with Nebo and Smidgy and I can go find a good steak!
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Old 03-28-2013, 05:22 PM   #1472
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Old 03-29-2013, 11:03 AM   #1473
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So I probably shouldn't make a comment about "Steak Diane" huh...
Sorry...Sorry...I'll go back to under my rock.

Before I do though, I have to say that T-Man and I love LC and always end up eating there when we visit. Of course we don't do the DDP, so it's always OOP. (Why is my paragraph turning into an eye chart?) But we were turned to the Cheddar Cheese Soup i believe from one of your past threads, and had to try it, so naturally our last trip we took before December, we all tried it and fell in love with it. It was just as good as before. I think mine was spiked with a little more beer than the last time, but nothing to complain about.

I'm a huge cookbook fanatic, so in December, we found a Disney cookbook, that has tons of recipes from all the different restaurants, and from some old restaurants no longer around. One of the recipes, happened to be the Cheddar Cheese Beer soup from LC. I've made it once so far, and it was to die for. The only thing that would have made it better was to have the pretzel bread. T-Man has found a recipe for that too. I haven't tried to make it yet. I'm a little scared to make bread.
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Old 03-29-2013, 11:45 AM   #1474
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Old 03-29-2013, 01:15 PM   #1475
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I'm a huge cookbook fanatic, so in December, we found a Disney cookbook, that has tons of recipes from all the different restaurants, and from some old restaurants no longer around. One of the recipes, happened to be the Cheddar Cheese Beer soup from LC. I've made it once so far, and it was to die for. The only thing that would have made it better was to have the pretzel bread. T-Man has found a recipe for that too. I haven't tried to make it yet. I'm a little scared to make bread.
I made the mushroom risotto from LC a couple of times. It was delicious, but oh so labor intensive! You have to stir in small amounts of liquid at a time and stir, I think I spent 3 hours doing this and my back was killing me. It may just be long enough in the past (4-5 years) that I may try it again, a smaller batch though.It is also not cheap with the special rice and mushrooms and cream, but oh so goooood!
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Old 03-29-2013, 02:55 PM   #1476
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I made the mushroom risotto from LC a couple of times. It was delicious, but oh so labor intensive! You have to stir in small amounts of liquid at a time and stir, I think I spent 3 hours doing this and my back was killing me. It may just be long enough in the past (4-5 years) that I may try it again, a smaller batch though.It is also not cheap with the special rice and mushrooms and cream, but oh so goooood!
Tha soup took no time at all and was pretty cheap to make. The most expensive thing was the beer. I would love to try the risotto. I will have to break down one of these days and try to make it. I just haven't had the guts to try.
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Old 03-29-2013, 05:47 PM   #1477
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Tha soup took no time at all and was pretty cheap to make. The most expensive thing was the beer. I would love to try the risotto. I will have to break down one of these days and try to make it. I just haven't had the guts to try.
It's not hard to make, just time consuming and back breaking. I'll have to try the soup. Oh, and pretzel bread too. I love good bread.
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Old 03-30-2013, 05:42 AM   #1478
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I had to come out of lurking to say I was thinking about Nebo yesterday... It's a family tradition that my mom started and I still engage in - listening to Jesus Christ Superstar on Good Friday. I remember Nebo saying how much he liked it. Was it the movie? Anyway- what's the buzz? Tell me what's a-happening.

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Old 03-30-2013, 04:41 PM   #1479
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I had to come out of lurking to say I was thinking about Nebo yesterday... It's a family tradition that my mom started and I still engage in - listening to Jesus Christ Superstar on Good Friday. I remember Nebo saying how much he liked it. Was it the movie? Anyway- what's the buzz? Tell me what's a-happening.

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It seems to me a strange thing Myyyystifying,,, that a a woman like you,,, can waste your time,,,,,on Dis threads,, of this kind!

And yes,,, Nebo still likes it, album better than the original movie. But there is an English I believe, playhouse stage version on video that is also incredible.

Ok,,, I'm in ttrouble here.
I have too much to babble aboout yet in the report,,,and not enough time to do so, so I'm going to have too limit callouts. Heather,,,, great line with the steak Diane,,, I have used that in the past as well.
Marita,,,, again,,, great job with the recipes.
I do want you to know that I did make toast the other day, all by myself. And I even buttered it by my lonesome.

Ponzi,,, thanks as always,,, don't know where I'd be without you, ditto for Mike and Heather.

Buzz,,, yeah,,, "don't you know I love you , you crazy kid?"

But I'm pretty sure the next chapter will include,
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Old 03-30-2013, 10:15 PM   #1480
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Sitting at Margaritaville listening to Don't Put Me Down. We're laughing because of my recent re-write of the song. Singing my version at the table.
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Old 03-31-2013, 07:16 AM   #1481
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A true story

So I'm up at 4:45am.
Gotta let the dog out first... Rats. It's snowed... again!
Well, gotta get a few things taken care of first, then shovel before heading off to work.
Get ready, then... count all the mini-chocolate eggs (148) and the caramel eggs (48) (why? because we have to make sure they're accounted for so the dog doesn't eat any). Okay, now spend the next 45 minutes or so hiding them all.

Done.

I'm gonna be at work, so leave a note explaining that there's this many eggs and the Easter Bunny doesn't know how to open doors (no eggs in Mom n Dad's room, inside closets, etc), doesn't like stairs (no eggs in the basement), but can hop (look up, not just down).
Okay, now time to shovel before I head out. Open garage, grab shovel... and start to laugh.

That new fallen snow?

There's bunny tracks all over it.



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Old 03-31-2013, 02:08 PM   #1484
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A true story

So I'm up at 4:45am.
Gotta let the dog out first... Rats. It's snowed... again!
Well, gotta get a few things taken care of first, then shovel before heading off to work.
Get ready, then... count all the mini-chocolate eggs (148) and the caramel eggs (48) (why? because we have to make sure they're accounted for so the dog doesn't eat any). Okay, now spend the next 45 minutes or so hiding them all.

Done.

I'm gonna be at work, so leave a note explaining that there's this many eggs and the Easter Bunny doesn't know how to open doors (no eggs in Mom n Dad's room, inside closets, etc), doesn't like stairs (no eggs in the basement), but can hop (look up, not just down).
Okay, now time to shovel before I head out. Open garage, grab shovel... and start to laugh.

That new fallen snow?

There's bunny tracks all over it.

Happy Easter everyone!
Well of course there were bunny tracks!! You just said he was hiding eggs at your house. and he can't fly
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A true story

So I'm up at 4:45am.
Gotta let the dog out first... Rats. It's snowed... again!
Well, gotta get a few things taken care of first, then shovel before heading off to work.
Get ready, then... count all the mini-chocolate eggs (148) and the caramel eggs (48) (why? because we have to make sure they're accounted for so the dog doesn't eat any). Okay, now spend the next 45 minutes or so hiding them all.

Done.

I'm gonna be at work, so leave a note explaining that there's this many eggs and the Easter Bunny doesn't know how to open doors (no eggs in Mom n Dad's room, inside closets, etc), doesn't like stairs (no eggs in the basement), but can hop (look up, not just down).
Okay, now time to shovel before I head out. Open garage, grab shovel... and start to laugh.

That new fallen snow?

There's bunny tracks all over it.



Happy Easter everyone!
Love it! Happy Easter everyone!

Sadly the Easter Bunny doesnt visit my house anymore, sigh...
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