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    raul28 Guest

    Default Looking for ideas for dinner?

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    Nancy2 Guest

    Default Re: Looking for ideas for dinner?

    On May 7, 12:58*pm, raul28 <bpri...@gmail.com> wrote:
    > Get inside the hidden cookbooks of America's favorite restaurants. The
    > secret recipes for over 100 all-time favorite dishes


    If you really want to share, post them here. Otherwise, don't let the
    door hit you on the way out.

    For Dinner:

    Baked Cod Filet:

    Rub cod filet all over with olive oil. In a shallow dish, mix Panko
    crumbs, about a T. of lemon zest, some parsley flakes, salt, pepper
    and garlic powder. Crush this coating into the filet, top and bottom.

    Place filet in a greased shallow oven-proof dish; bake at 375 deg. for
    about 20 minutes or until fish is done through and the crumbs are
    light brown. Serve with fresh lemon wedge. For sides, a colorful
    vegetable (green beans, broccoli, carrots or beets (yeah, Barb!) and a
    baked potato. Yum.

    N.

  3. #3
    Nancy2 Guest

    Default Re: Looking for ideas for dinner?

    On May 7, 12:58*pm, raul28 <bpri...@gmail.com> wrote:
    > Get inside the hidden cookbooks of America's favorite restaurants. The
    > secret recipes for over 100 all-time favorite dishes


    If you really want to share, post them here. Otherwise, don't let the
    door hit you on the way out.

    For Dinner:

    Baked Cod Filet:

    Rub cod filet all over with olive oil. In a shallow dish, mix Panko
    crumbs, about a T. of lemon zest, some parsley flakes, salt, pepper
    and garlic powder. Crush this coating into the filet, top and bottom.

    Place filet in a greased shallow oven-proof dish; bake at 375 deg. for
    about 20 minutes or until fish is done through and the crumbs are
    light brown. Serve with fresh lemon wedge. For sides, a colorful
    vegetable (green beans, broccoli, carrots or beets (yeah, Barb!) and a
    baked potato. Yum.

    N.

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