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  1. #1
    Steve Freides Guest

    Default Is It Dessert or Dinner?

    Is It Dessert or Dinner?

    All measurement approximate.

    6 oz. (volume) Ricotta Cheese (whole milk)

    1-1/2 tblspoon Maple Syrup (grade B)

    2 oz. (volume) Dry Roasted Almonds

    Directions: Stir Together, Eat.

    I had this earlier, when I wasn't quite full from dinner but wasn't in
    the mood for a dessert, either, so I'm calling it dinner, Part Deux.

    Best part - finished the half-empty ricotta container, made the whole
    thing right in there, ate with the same spoon I stirred with, only thing
    to wash afterwards was the spoon.

    -S-



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    tert in seattle Guest

    Default Re: Is It Dessert or Dinner?

    Steve Freides wrote:
    > Is It Dessert or Dinner?
    >
    > All measurement approximate.
    >
    > 6 oz. (volume) Ricotta Cheese (whole milk)
    >
    > 1-1/2 tblspoon Maple Syrup (grade B)
    >
    > 2 oz. (volume) Dry Roasted Almonds
    >
    > Directions: Stir Together, Eat.
    >
    > I had this earlier, when I wasn't quite full from dinner but wasn't in
    > the mood for a dessert, either, so I'm calling it dinner, Part Deux.
    >
    > Best part - finished the half-empty ricotta container, made the whole
    > thing right in there, ate with the same spoon I stirred with, only thing
    > to wash afterwards was the spoon.
    >
    > -S-



    "dessinner" sounds better than "dinnert"


  3. #3
    PL Guest

    Default Re: Is It Dessert or Dinner?

    tert in seattle <[email protected]> wrote in
    news:[email protected]:

    > Steve Freides wrote:
    >> Is It Dessert or Dinner?
    >>
    >> All measurement approximate.
    >>
    >> 6 oz. (volume) Ricotta Cheese (whole milk)
    >>
    >> 1-1/2 tblspoon Maple Syrup (grade B)
    >>
    >> 2 oz. (volume) Dry Roasted Almonds
    >>
    >> Directions: Stir Together, Eat.
    >>
    >> I had this earlier, when I wasn't quite full from dinner but wasn't in
    >> the mood for a dessert, either, so I'm calling it dinner, Part Deux.
    >>
    >> Best part - finished the half-empty ricotta container, made the whole
    >> thing right in there, ate with the same spoon I stirred with, only

    thing
    >> to wash afterwards was the spoon.
    >>
    >> -S-

    >
    >
    > "dessinner" sounds better than "dinnert"
    >
    >




    LOL!! Desinner = someone having a dessert made on the theme of one of the
    7 Deadly Sins :-)



    --
    Peter Lucas
    Brisbane
    Australia

    I didn't fight my way to the top of the food chain to be a vegetarian.

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    [email protected] Guest

    Default Re: Is It Dessert or Dinner?

    On Jul 13, 7:27*pm, "Steve Freides" <st...@kbnj.com> wrote:
    > Is It Dessert or Dinner?
    >
    > All measurement approximate.
    >
    > 6 oz. (volume) Ricotta Cheese (whole milk)
    >
    > 1-1/2 tblspoon Maple Syrup (grade B)
    >
    > 2 oz. (volume) Dry Roasted Almonds
    >
    > Directions: Stir Together, Eat.
    >
    > I had this earlier, when I wasn't quite full from dinner but wasn't in
    > the mood for a dessert, either, so I'm calling it dinner, Part Deux.
    >
    > Best part - finished the half-empty ricotta container, made the whole
    > thing right in there, ate with the same spoon I stirred with, only thing
    > to wash afterwards was the spoon.
    >
    > -S-


    I call it a snack.

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    David Harmon Guest

    Default Re: Is It Dessert or Dinner?

    On Wed, 14 Jul 2010 00:05:17 +0000 (UTC) in rec.food.cooking, tert in
    seattle <[email protected]> wrote,
    >Steve Freides wrote:
    >> Is It Dessert or Dinner?

    >
    >"dessinner" sounds better than "dinnert"


    "dinnert" sounds lower in calories.

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    Kalmia Guest

    Default Re: Is It Dessert or Dinner?

    On Jul 13, 7:27*pm, "Steve Freides" <st...@kbnj.com> wrote:
    > Is It Dessert or Dinner?
    >
    > All measurement approximate.
    >
    > 6 oz. (volume) Ricotta Cheese (whole milk)
    >
    > 1-1/2 tblspoon Maple Syrup (grade B)
    >
    > 2 oz. (volume) Dry Roasted Almonds
    >
    > Directions: Stir Together, Eat.
    >
    > I had this earlier, when I wasn't quite full from dinner but wasn't in
    > the mood for a dessert, either, so I'm calling it dinner, Part Deux.
    >
    > Best part - finished the half-empty ricotta container, made the whole
    > thing right in there, ate with the same spoon I stirred with, only thing
    > to wash afterwards was the spoon.
    >
    > -S-


    Where'dja get the recipe? Was it billed as a dessert or what?

    Nice that you saved a dish or bowl from having to be washed. Reminds
    me of the old flame who used to cook up a Kraft Italian boxed dinner
    and eat it right from the pan with a @$#% teaspoon.

    I have eaten sandwich right off the cutting board. : ))


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    ChattyCathy Guest

    Default Re: Is It Dessert or Dinner?

    On Wed, 14 Jul 2010 07:37:29 -0700, Kalmia wrote:

    > Nice that you saved a dish or bowl from having to be washed. Reminds me
    > of the old flame who used to cook up a Kraft Italian boxed dinner and
    > eat it right from the pan with a @$#% teaspoon.


    Nothing wrong with having a few less dishes and/or eating implements to
    wash IMHO - but I think I'd still pass on one of those boxed dinners <lol>

    >
    > I have eaten sandwich right off the cutting board. : ))


    Ooohhh how terribly naughty of you - not ;-)

    --
    Cheers
    Chatty Cathy


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    Mr. Bill Guest

    Default Re: Is It Dessert or Dinner?

    On Jul 14, 10:37*am, Kalmia <tweeny90...@mypacks.net> wrote:


    > I have eaten sandwich right off the cutting board. *: ))


    That is getting kind of racy and good for you!!...but I can't help
    wondering what Letitia Baldrige would have done?
    <vbg>






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    Steve Freides Guest

    Default Re: Is It Dessert or Dinner?

    Kalmia wrote:
    > On Jul 13, 7:27 pm, "Steve Freides" <st...@kbnj.com> wrote:
    >> Is It Dessert or Dinner?
    >>
    >> All measurement approximate.
    >>
    >> 6 oz. (volume) Ricotta Cheese (whole milk)
    >>
    >> 1-1/2 tblspoon Maple Syrup (grade B)
    >>
    >> 2 oz. (volume) Dry Roasted Almonds
    >>
    >> Directions: Stir Together, Eat.
    >>
    >> I had this earlier, when I wasn't quite full from dinner but wasn't
    >> in the mood for a dessert, either, so I'm calling it dinner, Part
    >> Deux.
    >>
    >> Best part - finished the half-empty ricotta container, made the whole
    >> thing right in there, ate with the same spoon I stirred with, only
    >> thing to wash afterwards was the spoon.
    >>
    >> -S-

    >
    > Where'dja get the recipe? Was it billed as a dessert or what?


    No recipe - we had something similar in Greece about, oh, let's see, 20
    years ago. It was Greek (duh) yogurt, walnuts, and honey. We've made
    similar versions since, e.g., greek yogurt and almonds and maple syrup,
    vanilla yogurt instead of unflavored Greek, etc. Basically a soft dairy
    product like yogurt or ricotta, some sort of sweetener like honey or
    maple syrup, and nuts of whatever kind you have or whatever kind you
    like.

    I honestly don't remember if it was billed as dessert.

    > Nice that you saved a dish or bowl from having to be washed. Reminds
    > me of the old flame who used to cook up a Kraft Italian boxed dinner
    > and eat it right from the pan with a @$#% teaspoon.


    I've done that.

    -S-

    > I have eaten sandwich right off the cutting board. : ))




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