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Cornish rock hen glazed with pepper jelly, roasted cauliflower and a
wild & brown rice blend cooked in stock with dried mushrooms.

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sf wrote:

Cornish rock hen glazed with pepper jelly, roasted cauliflower and a
wild & brown rice blend cooked in stock with dried mushrooms.

http://oi56.tinypic.com/1zmze6u.jpg


We went to Candelas in San Diego. It was awesome. Pictures to follow on
Facebook.

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On Oct 28, 10:56*am, "Bob Terwilliger"
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sf wrote:
Cornish rock hen glazed with pepper jelly, roasted cauliflower and a
wild & brown rice blend cooked in stock with dried mushrooms.


http://oi56.tinypic.com/1zmze6u.jpg


We went to Candelas in San Diego. It was awesome. Pictures to follow on
Facebook.

Bob


San Diego has some of the best eateries ever. If it weren't in Calif,
I'd be trying to move there!!!

We had Clam Spaghetti with Angel Hair pasta and a killer salad, right
here at home.

Don't know who I want to win now that the Phillies aren't in it.
Neither team has won a world series.
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sf wrote:

Cornish rock hen glazed with pepper jelly, roasted cauliflower and a
wild & brown rice blend cooked in stock with dried mushrooms.

http://oi56.tinypic.com/1zmze6u.jpg


The rock cornish game hen and cauliflower look great but that maggoty
looking side looks very unappetizing... really should stay away from
those rice blend packets... there is scarely any wild rice and that
purported brown rice really does appear as maggots, I can imagine them
pulsating.
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On Thu, 28 Oct 2010 20:31:39 GMT, "l, not -l" wrote:

Crow 8-)


You know what Yogi Berra said: It ain't over 'til it's over! I won't
crow and you won't eat crow until we win 4.

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chicken "under a brick"
pan-roasted broccolini
tomato relish with mint, shallots, and lime juice

We'll be drinking a bottle of sauvignon blanc.



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On Thu, 28 Oct 2010 14:16:36 -0400, Brooklyn1 wrote:

sf wrote:

Cornish rock hen glazed with pepper jelly, roasted cauliflower and a
wild & brown rice blend cooked in stock with dried mushrooms.

http://oi56.tinypic.com/1zmze6u.jpg


The rock cornish game hen and cauliflower look great but that maggoty
looking side looks very unappetizing... really should stay away from
those rice blend packets... there is scarely any wild rice and that
purported brown rice really does appear as maggots, I can imagine them
pulsating.


maggots on your plate must be a familiar situation for you.

blake
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On Fri, 29 Oct 2010 17:05:47 -0400, blake murphy
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On Thu, 28 Oct 2010 14:16:36 -0400, Brooklyn1 wrote:

sf wrote:

Cornish rock hen glazed with pepper jelly, roasted cauliflower and a
wild & brown rice blend cooked in stock with dried mushrooms.

http://oi56.tinypic.com/1zmze6u.jpg


The rock cornish game hen and cauliflower look great but that maggoty
looking side looks very unappetizing... really should stay away from
those rice blend packets... there is scarely any wild rice and that
purported brown rice really does appear as maggots, I can imagine them
pulsating.


maggots on your plate must be a familiar situation for you.

The blend is perfect for me. Wild rice is okay, but not alone and I
think brown rice is a perfect match for it. The dried mushrooms were
perfect with the rice blend.


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On Sun, 31 Oct 2010 03:08:06 -0600, Omelet
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Hey sf, did those chive seeds or onion sets ever do anything? It's the
time of year for the garlic chives to bloom (and they are doing so in
spades), and the winter onions are fixin' to sprout.

I was hoping they survived for you. :-)


My yard got too dry... no summer rains here and watering was at a
minimum. Only the fittest survived.

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On Mon, 01 Nov 2010 04:41:58 -0600, Omelet
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Oh well. I can try again later. I still have sprigs of Mexican Oregano
to send you for munching soon's the weather is reliably cool. I can
send you more garlic chive seeds at that point as they are currently
blooming. Now I'll know to gather seeds.

Wild onion sets won't be ready until they set again during late winter...

Want some wild morning glory (bindweed) seeds too? We had a very, very
wet late summer and they pretty much took over the yard, and I let them.
g


It all sounds good, thanks. If it can survive a dry Texas summer
without any help, it should do well here. If you have any oregano
seeds, gather a few of those for me too. I'm pretty sure it will do
okay here, Mexican (ornamental) salvia does. I have unwatered
rosemary and edible sages that are doing just fine. The neighbor
throws a little water on my marjoram and thyme when she waters her
lawn by hand, so they survive too. Maybe I should put the onion seeds
up there and see how it does.

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