Chile Relleno Casserole with all the fixin's
Wow, Jean!! What an interesting dish. I'm imagining how wonderful a relleno must taste in a casserole. It sounds divine
My family loves it.
I called you "Jean" not Jan. I'm sorry
No worries .... just a little walk down Sodahead memory lane.
I think you're correct. I must have been thinking about Sister Jean. You were a regular in her posts.
We are still close friends
Nice, P! Very nice! Fish is my favorite, also.
OMG-- England, here I come
Panhandle spaghetti. And I'm not telling you what's in it! :)
Sounds interesting. Is that a legit dish? Panhandle spaghetti?
Yes it's legit. It's an old family recipe. And it's yummy!
What does that mean...panhandle...
It doesn't mean anything. It's just a name.
I'm down with some good Aussie ale, Oz and the sausages sound quite excellent, also.
So... You are the only one over, riight?
We'll start with a maritini...or beer or wine...whichever you choose... I don't coral my guests in by making them drink my fab Cosmopolitan...
Along with that would be an app... Okay..it's a bit 90s but I love it ...Bruschetta...toasted and melted just right...
Main? That would be another blast from the past...Duck a l'orange...crispy and toasty...with a bit of a sear...oozing with flavour... With sides of asparagus...and fingerling potatoes...
Since we''re in the 90s we might as well stay there for dessert...: how about Tiramisu...with some Baileys...
Of course we've had white wine or beer throught the meal...with baileys (& coffee) to enhance the desert... Followed by shots of...er...ahem...what would you like shots of...?
Most of this would be home made. I've even made my own Baileys...:(
The Duck is to Die for... If ppl are vegetarian...I usually have some Vegetarian Lasagne...this is excellent...most ppl prefer it over the meat lasagne.
I just died and went to Heaven (aka Sukie's house)
Shots? I would probably want shots of Grand Marnier
Hey! We'd have fun...lol...
Shots of GM comin up!
Three points? Is that ALL I get.
That's it. I QUIT.
Get your own chef. :)
ROFLMAO--- ya cheat!!
Fine-- I want Italian and make it lasagna, please :)
I'm a great traditional cook, so if you come by, I'll surprise you.
Works for me, Starz
First a spinach salad with warm bacon dressing, then a tariakki grouper from the grill, with roasted asparagas and jasimine rice