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 Post subject: Re: Sunday eats?
PostPosted: Sun Jul 01, 2018 5:49 pm 
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98 here now, heat index says 108deg


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 Post subject: Re: Sunday eats?
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No ovens or grill tonight. Just got in from fishing, no luck, beach and just cruising on the boat so Pizza to go.


What were you fishing for?

Stripers and blue fish


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 Post subject: Re: Sunday eats?
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Fresh lobstuh meat from MB....while I should just top my salad with it I am not...melted butter instead. I have a nice crisp pinot chilling. This heat is like walking into a wall! I will have to return to the island to cool off! :wink: :lol:

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froggy wrote:
arubalova wrote:
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No ovens or grill tonight. Just got in from fishing, no luck, beach and just cruising on the boat so Pizza to go.


What were you fishing for?

Stripers and blue fish


They're fun to catch and stripers are good to eat, blue fish not so much. We get mostly fluke (summer flounder) in the bay this time of year.

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I made a batch of sauce, with hot sausage, meatballs, eggplant, homemade pasta and a salad.

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I made a batch of sauce, with hot sausage, meatballs, eggplant, homemade pasta and a salad.

I just can’t seem to get the hang of making (frying) eggplant always comes out oily. Should of paid more attention to my mom.

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Darsflipflops wrote:
I made a batch of sauce, with hot sausage, meatballs, eggplant, homemade pasta and a salad.

I just can’t seem to get the hang of making (frying) eggplant always comes out oily. Should of paid more attention to my mom.


Tom, I used to fry mine years ago.....love it that way but not the healthiest.
Now, I just slice it and put sauce and cheese on top.....bake it at 350 until tender. I must say, a lot less work, healthier and it's pretty tasty too.

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Darsflipflops wrote:
confused1 wrote:
Darsflipflops wrote:
I made a batch of sauce, with hot sausage, meatballs, eggplant, homemade pasta and a salad.

I just can’t seem to get the hang of making (frying) eggplant always comes out oily. Should of paid more attention to my mom.


Tom, I used to fry mine years ago.....love it that way but not the healthiest.
Now, I just slice it and put sauce and cheese on top.....bake it at 350 until tender. I must say, a lot less work, healthier and it's pretty tasty too.

Thanks Dar

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When frying eggplant use as little oil as required and use paper towels liberally in between batches to sop any excess oil. I don't like mine over oily. I'm going to make marinated eggplant for salads; a totally different process!


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CaribRJ wrote:
When frying eggplant use as little oil as required and use paper towels liberally in between batches to sop any excess oil. I don't like mine over oily. I'm going to make marinated eggplant for salads; a totally different process!


I wonder does the type of oil make a difference?

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