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CornfedCornfed Posts: 1,324
edited 8:06PM in EggHead Forum
...beers, chips, cookies, ice cream. And a bunch of other assorted stuff. Wine coolers?!? Cupcakes. These big sausage/brat things someone just handed me. That's what I'm doing today. Guests just arrived. I'm on a lager kick again and have too many Sam Adams Boston Lagers, Brooklyn Lagers, and Anchor Summer Ales (a wheat beer, apparently, for a change of pace). I'm reading Ambitious Brew, and Brooklyn Lager is supposedly a pre-prohibition lager like the ones I'm reading about. But I digress...[p]Anywho, lots of cooking, eating, drinking, and lounging around going on today for a pre-Memorial day party. Tomorrow will likely eat salad and drink water all day.[p]Have good ones, everyone![p]Later,


  • Cornfed,
    What does that mean, "too many beers"?

  • Bobby-QBobby-Q Posts: 1,993
    Sounds like fun. I'm enjoying sitting around doing a whole lot of nothing except cooking. I'm downloading a bunch of new tunes (thanks) and cooking all the stuff I've been craving all year. No BBQ being cooked here this long weekend.[p]The menu includes for the whole weekend...Kabobs, Fajitas, Tuscany Chicken Salad, Stuffed Crabs, Shrimp, Flat Iron Steak, Veggies, and some Brats in Beer. I'll post the pictures tomorrow sometime.[p]Hope you continue to have an awesome weekend my friend.

  • BeachbumBeachbum Posts: 61
    Bobby-Q,[p]Tuscany Chicken salad??? Do tell.... sounds good!

  • Bobby-QBobby-Q Posts: 1,993
    It's pretty simple actually. My sister was just here "grilling" me about it so I'll be happy to recount the recipe and maybe she will read this.[p]Boneless Skinless Chicken Breasts (I used about 3 huge ones)
    Herb mix (This was oregano, rosemary, basil, onion powder, and black pepper)
    Olive Oil[p]Just coat the breasts in olive oil and then the herb mixture. I cooked them at 400° direct until they were 160°. Let them cool and then chop them into cubes.[p]I then mixed the chicken with some diced onion, mayonaise (Miracle Whip because I couldn't find the Helman's), yellow mustard (wanted Dijon but couldn't find that either), and some pesto.[p]It's actually pretty tasty.

  • CornfedCornfed Posts: 1,324
    Bobby-Q,[p]Thanks! Sounds great. My guests just left, so it's just me and the lady friend. I'm decompressing with a few post-party beers and watching some TV. Enjoy the music![p]Cornfed
  • BeachbumBeachbum Posts: 61
    Putting in my recipe file... that sounds yummy![p]Thanks!

  • CornfedCornfed Posts: 1,324
    Hank,[p]You are right to correct me on that one. You can never have too many beers. It's not like I get penalized if there are any left over (which inevitably never happens :)[p]I don't have to work tomorrow, so yeah - too many beers is an impossible number :)[p]Later,

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