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Hobey: I love these threads too........<br><br>
You may like this recipe below....I do this with pork roast instead of the veal breast.........it is to die for. Usually serve with gnocchi to soak up the sauce..........<br><br><a href="http://www.foodnetwork.com/food/recipes/recipe/0,1977,FOOD_9936_24178,00.html" target="_blank">http://www.foodnetwork.com/food/reci..._24178,00.html</a><br><br>
Tonight I am making Chicken "Pho"....Vietnamese chicken noodle soup......it's really yummy and perfect for a snowy winter day....
 

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Mmm...pho. I like mine with lean beef and a lot of sliced fresh jalapeno<br><br>
Baked Potato Soup with Pumpernickel Bread in the hobey house tonight.
 

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That sounds yummy Julie.<br><br>
Spinning class night = leftovers or crock pot meal because I come home tired and famished. Tonight it's leftover oriental turkey burgers from Saturday night. (ground turkey with hoisin sauce, soy sauce, ground ginger, cayenne pepper). With a salad and steamed turnip greens.
 

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Dinner tonight is rice pilaf with tofu, all sorts of vegetables and dried morel mushrooms that I had gathered form the woods last summer.<br><br>
julie, I would love that pho recipe.
 

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Monday is usually a fish day at the Bannon house. Fried or grilled salmon steak is common, with some dill thrown on top. Side of salad and/or couscous and a glass of milk or light white wine.
 

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Mariposai: Glad to help, here you go:<br><br>
From "Pleasures of the Vietnamese Table" but Mai Pham (Highly recommend this book)<br><br>
Quick Pho<br>
6 Whole Star Anise<br>
6 Cloves<br>
1 tsp black peppercorns<br>
2 quarts low salt chicken broth<br>
2 cups water<br>
1 3 inch piece of ginger (charred)<br>
1 small yellow onion (charred)<br>
3 tablespoons fish sauce<br>
1/4 tsp salt<br>
1 tbsp sugar<br>
2 chicken breasts or thighs (bone in)<br><br>
Noodle Assembly<br>
1 pound dried rice sticks<br>
1/3 yellow onion very thinly sliced<br>
2 scallions diced<br>
3 tbsp chopped cilantro<br>
1/2 pound bean sprouts<br>
3 thai bird chiles<br>
1 lime in wedges<br><br>
1. Place the star anise, cloves and peppercorns in a spice bag (I wrap up in cheesecloth).<br>
2. Char the ginger and onion, either on the fire on a gas stove or under broiler. Peel.<br>
3. Place the broth, water,charred onion and ginger, fish sauce, spice bag, sugar in a pot to boil for 5 minutes. Add the cicken until it is done, about 15 minutes. Remove chicken. Cut the chicken into bite size pieces.<br>
3. Prepare noodles per package. Place noodles, chicken and onion in the bottom of a bowl. Add broth. Add cilantro, chiles, beansprouts and a squeeze of lime.<br><br>
Yummy!
 

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Oh wow! you are making me jealous! It'll be some kind of microwaveable meal for me, gotta see what I have left in the freezer here at work, since I'll be teaching til 9:30 tonight. Although you're inspiring me to make something yummy tomorrow and have the leftovers here on Wed night!
 

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Julie: That looks like a fantastic recipe (read...easy and won't take three days like most pho recipes). I'm going to have to try it.
 

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Hobey: I know.......the book has a regular pho recipe and the quick pho........so far I've only made the quick....it is almost as good as the one at my local noodle shop here, I love it!
 

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Julie: is the "1 Pound Rice Sticks" the noodles? I'm guessing so, but just wanted to be sure that I wasn't missing something.
 

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Depending what time I get home, it may be Sage Rubbed Pork Loin with Warm Apple Slaw.
 

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txdave: Yes....they are the rice noodles....you find them in the asian part of the grocery store......usually just soak them in boiling water for 5 minutes.......
 

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Chili in the crockpot right now. Mmmm....
 

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White chili, one of my favorites followed by a couple of delicious homemade chocolate chip cookies. Yum, now off to swim to burn some calories...
 

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Used the leftover pork green chile from last night as a sauce to put on been and cheese burritos. The chile turned out flaming hot, so the burrito will help tone it down a bit.
 
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