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Old 08-18-2006, 06:15 PM   #1
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Default Tonight's Din-din

Blue-cheese stuffed bunless burgers and a little of the "vile weed!"

Who says low-carb can't be good?
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Old 08-18-2006, 07:04 PM   #2
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Oh Yummy.
"El dente" (sp?) broccoli is hard to beat
Drip a bit of cheese on there.....

Burgers are not bad either

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OMG looks great to me......love that kinda meal.

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Old 08-18-2006, 07:20 PM   #4
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hey some one started eating already
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Looks great! There was a report on Yahoo earlier today that said that Broccoli was one the the ten healthiest foods.
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Oh Yummy.
"El dente" (sp?) broccoli is hard to beat
Drip a bit of cheese on there.....

Burgers are not bad either

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Old 08-18-2006, 11:17 PM   #7
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Sure looks good to me!
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Yep, hold your nose and woof down that broccoli - because its good for you. Thats what I do. Oh, and I grow my own. I can tell a big difference in home grown and store bought. Its actually pretty good stuff when you cut some fresh then steam it and eat it right away.
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I like my greens with butter!
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Yep, hold your nose and woof down that broccoli - because its good for you. Thats what I do. Oh, and I grow my own. I can tell a big difference in home grown and store bought. Its actually pretty good stuff when you cut some fresh then steam it and eat it right away.
Oh man! That sounds like the chit! I love broccoli. I'll eat it any way I can get it. We never have leftover broccoli because I eat it all. It's great drizzled with a little toasted sesame oil and sesame seeds.
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I feel kinda bad here, actually. I was trying to show off the blue-cheese stuffed burger, and this turned into the broccoli thread. Who are you people and what have you done with the real Brethren?!
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I feel kinda bad here, actually. I was trying to show off the blue-cheese stuffed burger, and this turned into the broccoli thread. Who are you people and what have you done with the real Brethren?!
Kind of what I was thinking. But I am a closet broccoli fan too. Please don't tell anyone.
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That blue cheese burger looks real good. I do a simpler version by grilling the burger, then just topping it with blue cheese and some chopped red onion, and letting the cheese start to melt. I think I will try the stuffed one. Thanks

BTW, I am a member of the secret broccoli fan club too.
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Ok, to get a little brethren "macho" back into the thread, if you have to eat broccoli, here is something I do that makes it pretty good.

Steam some fresh broccoli that you have chopped into bite-sized pieces.
When it is done, crumble some crisp bacon into it-then add the crumbled blue cheese. I usually let the broccoli sit for a minute or so before adding the cheese, so it will not melt completly. A little salt if necessary.
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