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post #31 of 39 Old 08-07-2009, 02:07 PM Thread Starter
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RC your special beans sound very similar to ours. Inaddition to what you put in we add 1lb of boiled ham sliced and diced and 1 jar (12oz) Gulden Spicy Brown Mustard. Always a hit at large gatherings!

Maureen, my mother in law has a recipe for cucumber salad. Great way to use up a lot of cuc's.
Finely (not paper thin) slice as many cucs as desired and then layer them with sprinklings of salt in between the layers. Leave for an hour or so and then squeeze out all the juice (better to do this part before mucking out stalls ) Put in a bowl and add one finely chopped onion and to this add vinegar and oil (more vinegar than oil) and sprinkle with a little salt and pepper and several good squirts of MAGGI seasoning (it's similar to soy sauce but has a different flavor to it). Mix well and is so good. Always great as a refreshing side dish to any meal. Can do the same with tomatoes (only you eliminate the salting and squeezing step) One of our favorites!

QHChick, thanks for the recipe, want to try it this weekend! Yummy!

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post #32 of 39 Old 08-08-2009, 11:21 AM
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I am making the cucumber salad as I type. Hope I don't get any on the keys Lucky I already had the Maggi's


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ground turkey burritos with lots of veggies & beans <3.
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Beef roast. Mashed 'taters. Green beans. Peas. Sweet tea.

The regular for us.

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No time to cook or eat today. Had an apple for lunch and a cheapie little pizza for supper. But that's okay, had a great day!
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post #36 of 39 Old 08-09-2009, 09:26 AM
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Cucumber salad was great yesterday. I used Vedalia sweet onions in larger thin half rings instead of diced. Yummy


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RC your special beans sound very similar to ours. Inaddition to what you put in we add 1lb of boiled ham sliced and diced and 1 jar (12oz) Gulden Spicy Brown Mustard. Always a hit at large gatherings!

Maureen, my mother in law has a recipe for cucumber salad. Great way to use up a lot of cuc's.
Finely (not paper thin) slice as many cucs as desired and then layer them with sprinklings of salt in between the layers. Leave for an hour or so and then squeeze out all the juice (better to do this part before mucking out stalls ) Put in a bowl and add one finely chopped onion and to this add vinegar and oil (more vinegar than oil) and sprinkle with a little salt and pepper and several good squirts of MAGGI seasoning (it's similar to soy sauce but has a different flavor to it). Mix well and is so good. Always great as a refreshing side dish to any meal. Can do the same with tomatoes (only you eliminate the salting and squeezing step) One of our favorites!

QHChick, thanks for the recipe, want to try it this weekend! Yummy!
Hummm wonder if this would work if you used small zucinni instead of
Cucumbers.

I fry large zucinni like you would green tomatos. Yummy. Lol

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I made sushi for the very first time today. Hubby is at work so I figured I'd give it a try. No fish or shrimp, I didn't have any but I did use the seaweed wrap and sushi rice with cucumber and cilantro and some with cucumber and pickled ginger that I made. It turned out pretty good once I figured out I needed to wet the knife when I sliced it.
I love wasabi!


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BBQ, oh yes :) *drools*

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