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  1. #1
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    Dinner is served

    2 2" long red chilli peppers diced
    2 big green peppers
    1/2 stick butter
    1 tablespoon dryed union
    1 tablespoon dried garlic

    melt butter then add above ing.
    Cook on high 12" pan till 1/2 done
    add 1.5 lb salmon
    continue on med high till all cooked
    serve

    now if the wife would hurry up and get home i can eat..i'm hungry!
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    ummm salmon.....
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  3. #3
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    that was yummy...

  4. #4
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    That looks terrific! I think that a hand crafted Oktoberfest or Pumpkin Ale would go great with that. We may try that this weekend, Thanks.

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    ohh my arteries

    1/2 stick of butter??

    Looks good though.
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  6. #6
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    olive oil works too

  7. #7
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    lol don't give up your day job SONYNUT

  8. #8
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    people still work???

  9. #9
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    yes, chefs do... and thank God, ey??!

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    The only good chef is a fat chef.......

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