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A while ago I saw, on "the view", a barbecue segment. Along with the
meat that he was swabbing with a marinade, he had some romaine on the
grill that he continually swabbed with the same marinade as the meat.
About 2 minutes or so, on each side. The four women, each one of them,
approached tasting it with caution--and each one raised their eyebrows
in surprise, and they LOVED it. I haven't had a chance to try it. Has
anyone out there tried it??

Nancree

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nancree wrote:
> A while ago I saw, on "the view", a barbecue segment. Along with the
> meat that he was swabbing with a marinade, he had some romaine on the
> grill that he continually swabbed with the same marinade as the meat.
> About 2 minutes or so, on each side. The four women, each one of them,
> approached tasting it with caution--and each one raised their eyebrows
> in surprise, and they LOVED it. I haven't had a chance to try it. Has
> anyone out there tried it??
>
> Nancree
>


Yes...quite smacky. Endive works well, too.

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"nancree" > wrote in message
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>A while ago I saw, on "the view", a barbecue segment. Along with the
> meat that he was swabbing with a marinade, he had some romaine on the
> grill that he continually swabbed with the same marinade as the meat.
> About 2 minutes or so, on each side. The four women, each one of them,
> approached tasting it with caution--and each one raised their eyebrows
> in surprise, and they LOVED it. I haven't had a chance to try it. Has
> anyone out there tried it??
>
> Nancree
>


No, but I do like to grill endive, the whole heads, with a lot of olive oil
on them.


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Steve Wertz wrote:
> On 19 Jan 2006 14:47:46 -0800, "nancree" > wrote:
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>>A while ago I saw, on "the view", a barbecue segment.

>
>
> Heh. That's enough info for me, thank you.
>
> -sw (male chauvinist)


you don't have to be a male chauvinist to hate 'the view'. you just have
to have taste.

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"nancree" > wrote in message
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>A while ago I saw, on "the view", a barbecue segment. Along with the
> meat that he was swabbing with a marinade, he had some romaine on the
> grill that he continually swabbed with the same marinade as the meat.
> About 2 minutes or so, on each side. The four women, each one of them,
> approached tasting it with caution--and each one raised their eyebrows
> in surprise, and they LOVED it. I haven't had a chance to try it. Has
> anyone out there tried it??


Have never heard of such a thing. Were they hearts of romaine, or
indivudual leaves? Sounds interesting, and easy enough to try next time
we're grilling something.

Though I have to wonder....do the people tasting stuff on these shows *ever*
not like a dish? Does anybody ever just spew the mouthful food? I saw a
show recently that had funny outtakes from news broadcasts, and there were a
few "blecccch"s after they had cut to commercial or whatever.
But I haven't seen a full-scale spew.

Chris




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sarah bennett wrote:
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> you don't have to be a male chauvinist to hate 'the view'. you just have
> to have taste.
>
> --
>
> saerah
>
>====================

That's why I pre-tape most of what I watch on TV. A quick
run-through and you can pick and choose. Sometimes the guests are
interesting, sometimes not. Saves on the irritation quotient.
Nancree

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Peter Aitken wrote:
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> No, but I do like to grill endive, the whole heads, with a lot of olive oil
> on them.
> ==========================

Sounds like a winner, Peter. I'll try it. I love endive. Sometimes I
separate the leaves, spread cream cheese on each leaf, and then put a
nice strip of smoked salmon on it. Makes a great appetizer--or supper.

Nancree

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"sarah bennett" > wrote

> you don't have to be a male chauvinist to hate 'the view'. you just have
> to have taste.


Heh, I watched when it first came on ... one of them was just
stupid and another irritates the living cr** out of me. Other
than that it was good for a laugh or two. Haven't watched it
in years.

nancy


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On Fri, 20 Jan 2006 00:45:27 GMT, "Chris" >
wrote:

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>"nancree" > wrote in message
roups.com...
>>A while ago I saw, on "the view", a barbecue segment. Along with the
>> meat that he was swabbing with a marinade, he had some romaine on the
>> grill that he continually swabbed with the same marinade as the meat.
>> About 2 minutes or so, on each side. The four women, each one of them,
>> approached tasting it with caution--and each one raised their eyebrows
>> in surprise, and they LOVED it. I haven't had a chance to try it. Has
>> anyone out there tried it??

>
>Have never heard of such a thing. Were they hearts of romaine, or
>indivudual leaves? Sounds interesting, and easy enough to try next time
>we're grilling something.
>
>Though I have to wonder....do the people tasting stuff on these shows *ever*
>not like a dish? Does anybody ever just spew the mouthful food? I saw a
>show recently that had funny outtakes from news broadcasts, and there were a
>few "blecccch"s after they had cut to commercial or whatever.
>But I haven't seen a full-scale spew.
>
>Chris
>



If you get a clear view of their face you go by the smile: mouth
only=forced, smiling eyes=genuine.


jim

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