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  1. #1
    A Moose In Love Guest

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    i like to saute' frozen peas in butter slowly with added cooking
    onions finely chopped.

  2. #2
    Chemo the Clown Guest

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    On Jul 12, 2:21*pm, A Moose In Love <parkstreetboo...@gmail.com>
    wrote:
    > i like to saute' frozen peas in butter slowly with added cooking
    > onions finely chopped.


    Good for you.

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    A Moose In Love Guest

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    On Jul 12, 5:23*pm, Chemo the Clown <an...@peak.org> wrote:
    > On Jul 12, 2:21*pm, A Moose In Love <parkstreetboo...@gmail.com>
    > wrote:
    >
    > > i like to saute' frozen peas in butter slowly with added cooking
    > > onions finely chopped.

    >
    > Good for you.


    how you like your peas chemo?

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    Cheryl Guest

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    "A Moose In Love" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:0a86ea[email protected]..
    > i like to saute' frozen peas in butter slowly with added cooking
    > onions finely chopped.


    Peas and onions are a good combination. Have you tried pearl onions with
    peas?



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    A Moose In Love Guest

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    On Jul 12, 5:45*pm, "Cheryl" <jlhsha...@hotmail.com> wrote:
    > "A Moose In Love" <parkstreetboo...@gmail.com> wrote in messagenews:[email protected]...
    >
    > > i like to saute' frozen peas in butter slowly with added cooking
    > > onions finely chopped.

    >
    > Peas and onions are a good combination. *Have you tried pearl onions with
    > peas?


    Yes i have; excellent combination.

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    Chemo the Clown Guest

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    On Jul 12, 2:41*pm, A Moose In Love <parkstreetboo...@gmail.com>
    wrote:
    > On Jul 12, 5:23*pm, Chemo the Clown <an...@peak.org> wrote:
    >
    > > On Jul 12, 2:21*pm, A Moose In Love <parkstreetboo...@gmail.com>
    > > wrote:

    >
    > > > i like to saute' frozen peas in butter slowly with added cooking
    > > > onions finely chopped.

    >
    > > Good for you.

    >
    > how you like your peas chemo?


    About as much as I like butter on my toast.

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    Goomba Guest

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    A Moose In Love wrote:
    > i like to saute' frozen peas in butter slowly with added cooking
    > onions finely chopped.


    I like to saute the minced onions (red onions in particular) with minced
    ham, then add cream and cook down a bit. Add the frozen peas and cook a
    bit. Its a wonderful treat, and I didn't really ever like peas much as a
    child.

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    Pennyaline Guest

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    On 7/12/2010 16:30, Goomba wrote:
    > A Moose In Love wrote:
    >> i like to saute' frozen peas in butter slowly with added cooking
    >> onions finely chopped.

    >
    > I like to saute the minced onions (red onions in particular) with minced
    > ham, then add cream and cook down a bit. Add the frozen peas and cook a
    > bit. Its a wonderful treat, and I didn't really ever like peas much as a
    > child.



    Skip the minced ham and use bacon.

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    John Kuthe Guest

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    Are NOT hip, no matter what Craig said!

    John Kuthe...

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    Food Snob® Guest

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    On Jul 12, 9:19*pm, John Kuthe <johnku...@gmail.com> wrote:
    > Are NOT hip, no matter what Craig said!


    Her name is no longer Craig.
    >
    > John Kuthe...


    --Bryan

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    John Kuthe Guest

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    On Jul 12, 9:22*pm, Food Snob® <bryangsimm...@gmail.com> wrote:
    > On Jul 12, 9:19*pm, John Kuthe <johnku...@gmail.com> wrote:
    >
    > > Are NOT hip, no matter what Craig said!

    >
    > Her name is no longer Craig.
    >

    Her name was Craig when he said it!

    John Kuthe...

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    Goomba Guest

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    Pennyaline wrote:
    > On 7/12/2010 16:30, Goomba wrote:
    >> A Moose In Love wrote:
    >>> i like to saute' frozen peas in butter slowly with added cooking
    >>> onions finely chopped.

    >>
    >> I like to saute the minced onions (red onions in particular) with minced
    >> ham, then add cream and cook down a bit. Add the frozen peas and cook a
    >> bit. Its a wonderful treat, and I didn't really ever like peas much as a
    >> child.

    >
    >
    > Skip the minced ham and use bacon.


    no no.. the ham is *perfect*
    I don't want to add any smokiness to the mild, creamy peas. They're just
    perfect the way I described.

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    JL Guest

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    Pennyaline wrote:

    > On 7/12/2010 16:30, Goomba wrote:
    >
    > > A Moose In Love wrote:
    > >
    > >> i like to saute' frozen peas in butter slowly with added cooking
    > >> onions finely chopped.

    > >
    > >
    > > I like to saute the minced onions (red onions in particular) with minced
    > > ham, then add cream and cook down a bit. Add the frozen peas and cook a
    > > bit. Its a wonderful treat, and I didn't really ever like peas much as a
    > > child.

    >
    >
    >
    > Skip the minced ham and use bacon.


    Other than in fried rice i like to serve fresh peas lightly and quickly
    blanched in boiling water and finished in butter and a soupçon garlic.

    So i do frozen peas for the elderly relative, every once in a while, for
    her, in the same way.

    I think she would prefere i use garlic powder but i never buy the stuff.
    Even the halfway decent "granulated" garlic the local deli sell in
    bulk, .75¢ per ounce.

    I once stated to her with my gravest authoity, that: i CANNOT cook in a
    kitchen with no garlic in it! we would have to go out for dinner!

    20 - 30 minutes later after i had decided what to make for dinner she
    came back into the kitchen all dressed up to go out for dnner Hat,
    gloves, pearls, low heels, cloth coat & etc.

    Apparently my complaint about being out of garlic was a more plausable
    reason for eating out than i imagined

    --

    Mr. Joseph Paul Littleshoes Esq.

    Domine, dirige nos.

    Let the games begin!
    http://fredeeky.typepad.com/fredeeky.../sf_anthem.mp3


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    Ophelia Guest

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    "JL" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:c03c8$4c3bd96e$42357944$[email protected]. .
    > Pennyaline wrote:
    >
    >> On 7/12/2010 16:30, Goomba wrote:
    >>
    >> > A Moose In Love wrote:
    >> >
    >> >> i like to saute' frozen peas in butter slowly with added cooking
    >> >> onions finely chopped.
    >> >
    >> >
    >> > I like to saute the minced onions (red onions in particular) with
    >> > minced
    >> > ham, then add cream and cook down a bit. Add the frozen peas and cook a
    >> > bit. Its a wonderful treat, and I didn't really ever like peas much as
    >> > a
    >> > child.

    >>
    >>
    >>
    >> Skip the minced ham and use bacon.

    >
    > Other than in fried rice i like to serve fresh peas lightly and quickly
    > blanched in boiling water and finished in butter and a soupçon garlic.
    >
    > So i do frozen peas for the elderly relative, every once in a while, for
    > her, in the same way.
    >
    > I think she would prefere i use garlic powder but i never buy the stuff.
    > Even the halfway decent "granulated" garlic the local deli sell in bulk,
    > .75¢ per ounce.
    >
    > I once stated to her with my gravest authoity, that: i CANNOT cook in a
    > kitchen with no garlic in it! we would have to go out for dinner!
    >
    > 20 - 30 minutes later after i had decided what to make for dinner she
    > came back into the kitchen all dressed up to go out for dnner Hat,
    > gloves, pearls, low heels, cloth coat & etc.
    >
    > Apparently my complaint about being out of garlic was a more plausable
    > reason for eating out than i imagined



    --
    --
    https://www.shop.helpforheroes.org.uk/


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    John Kuthe Guest

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    On Jul 12, 10:11*pm, JL <jpsti...@isp.com> wrote:
    > Pennyaline wrote:
    > > On 7/12/2010 16:30, Goomba wrote:

    >
    > > > A Moose In Love wrote:

    >
    > > >> i like to saute' frozen peas in butter slowly with added cooking
    > > >> onions finely chopped.

    >
    > > > I like to saute the minced onions (red onions in particular) with minced
    > > > ham, then add cream and cook down a bit. Add the frozen peas and cooka
    > > > bit. Its a wonderful treat, and I didn't really ever like peas much as a
    > > > child.

    >
    > > Skip the minced ham and use bacon.

    >
    > Other than in fried rice i like to serve fresh peas lightly and quickly
    > blanched in boiling water and finished in butter and a soupçon garlic.
    >
    > So i do frozen peas for the elderly relative, every once in a while, for
    > her, in the same way.
    >
    > I think she would prefere i use garlic powder but i never buy the stuff.
    > * Even the halfway decent "granulated" garlic the local deli sell in
    > bulk, .75¢ per ounce.
    >
    > I once stated to her with my gravest authoity, that: i CANNOT cook in a
    > kitchen with no garlic in it! we would have to go out for dinner!
    >
    > 20 - 30 *minutes later after i had decided what to make for dinner she
    > came *back into the kitchen all dressed up to go out for dnner Hat,
    > gloves, pearls, low heels, cloth coat & etc.
    >
    > Apparently my complaint about being out of garlic was a more plausable
    > reason for eating out than i imagined
    >
    > --
    >
    > Mr. Joseph Paul Littleshoes Esq.
    >
    > Domine, dirige nos.
    >
    > Let the games begin!http://fredeeky.typepad.com/fredeeky.../sf_anthem.mp3


    Garlic powder is infinitely better than no garlic!

    John Kuthe...

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    Christopher Helms Guest

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    On Jul 12, 4:21*pm, A Moose In Love <parkstreetboo...@gmail.com>
    wrote:
    > i like to saute' frozen peas in butter slowly with added cooking
    > onions finely chopped.



    I heat frozen peas through in hot water, drain then saute them briefly
    in a little butter, adding fresh pepper and a little salt. This is a
    little odd, but I like a couple pieces of Kroger's Private Selections
    multi-grain dry toast with my peas. Something about that combination
    just works for me.

  17. #17
    James Silverton Guest

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    Christopher wrote on Tue, 13 Jul 2010 10:49:40 -0700 (PDT):

    > On Jul 12, 4:21 pm, A Moose In Love
    > <parkstreetboo...@gmail.com> wrote:
    >> i like to saute' frozen peas in butter slowly with added
    >> cooking onions finely chopped.


    > I heat frozen peas through in hot water, drain then saute them
    > briefly in a little butter, adding fresh pepper and a little
    > salt. This is a little odd, but I like a couple pieces of
    > Kroger's Private Selections multi-grain dry toast with my
    > peas. Something about that combination just works for me.


    I like frozen peas cooked very simply with only perhaps a little mint
    for flavoring. My technique is to spoon them into boiling water and
    drain them as soon as most have risen to the surface: seconds only!
    --

    James Silverton
    Potomac, Maryland

    Email, with obvious alterations: not.jim.silverton.at.verizon.not


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    J. Clarke Guest

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    On 7/12/2010 5:45 PM, Cheryl wrote:
    > "A Moose In Love" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]...
    >> i like to saute' frozen peas in butter slowly with added cooking
    >> onions finely chopped.

    >
    > Peas and onions are a good combination. Have you tried pearl onions with
    > peas?


    You know, I haven't done that in a couple of decades. When I was in
    grad school nuking a package of Birdseye peas and pearl onions was a big
    treat. Dunno why I got off of 'em.



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    JL Guest

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    Ophelia wrote:

    >
    >
    > "JL" wrote:
    > >
    > > Apparently my complaint about being out of garlic was a more plausable
    > > reason for eating out than i imagined

    >
    >
    >



    She was actualy visably disapointed when i explained to her, as i poped
    the herb & butter rubbed chicken in the oven to roast, that i was
    makeing a joke.

    For a brief moment i could not quite understand her apparent, visable
    disapointment. To say nothing of her takeing my pomposity seriously.

    Then, intuative soul that i am, i offered to open a bottle of wine i had
    stashed away and she perked right up.

    We later discussed it over roast herbed chicken and baked potates, and i
    suggested she was more disapointed in not going to a resturant with a
    full bar than she was in being spared my cooking and not eating out at all.

    Theres a nice little place we occasionaly dress up for and stroll over
    to, and the staff tends to treat her very nicely, have been know to give
    her more booze during a meal with out her even asking

    Dont get me wrong, when the Dr. told her she had to severly limit her
    drinking she complied with alacrity, i was stunned at how easily she
    gave up completely, cold turky, a rather routine if not copiously
    excessive amount of booze.

    So now she rather relishes her coupole of glasses of wine when she gets
    them and is disapointed if she dont.

    She knows i have a small stash of alcohol, and i still purchase beer for
    myself, but she wont ask for booz. If i offer it thats one thing, and
    when i kept it all out in plain sight she would help herself, but i
    really dont know whether her reluctance to resquest it is self
    discipline or old age and forgetfullness.

    I strongly suspect the latter rather than the former

    --

    Mr. Joseph Paul Littleshoes Esq.

    Domine, dirige nos.

    Let the games begin!
    http://fredeeky.typepad.com/fredeeky.../sf_anthem.mp3


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    Dave Smith Guest

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    A Moose In Love wrote:
    > i like to saute' frozen peas in butter slowly with added cooking
    > onions finely chopped.



    I bought a quart of fresh peas the other day. They were delicious but
    ...... $3 per quart, 15 minutes to shuck them, and one small small
    serving for each of the two of us. That is a lot of money and a lot of
    work for about four forkfuls of peas, but they were really good.

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