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Re: Scalloped Potatos [Re: Rasputin]
      #986072 - 04/03/09 02:38 PM (24.206.236.200)

OMG, Dom! Ooh la la! Love it! The best!

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Re: Scalloped Potatos [Re: Carol_Hill]
      #986074 - 04/03/09 02:38 PM (64.12.116.77)

Hey:

I'm not the one who owns a multi-million dollar online travel site !

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Re: Scalloped Potatos [Re: Rasputin]
      #986076 - 04/03/09 02:40 PM (71.98.230.150)

SOLD!!

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Re: Scalloped Potatos [Re: Rasputin]
      #986082 - 04/03/09 02:49 PM (24.206.236.200)

Quote:

Rasputin said:
Hey:

I'm not the one who owns a multi-million dollar online travel site !




Well, you must not do too badly for someone who does (or use to) stay at La Samanna so much!


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Re: Scalloped Potatos [Re: Anonymous]
      #986103 - 04/03/09 03:32 PM (64.12.116.77)

Maybe Bernie MadeOff with all my money, so it's just potatoes for me now. Keep the recipes coming.

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Re: Scalloped Potatos [Re: peconic]
      #986679 - 04/04/09 10:26 PM (71.163.33.229)

Brian,

THESE WERE AWESOME! My plans were to make scalloped, and my family wanted au gratin. So.... I added some Parmesan and Gruyere cheese. Fabulous. A hint of cheese, but just right on the delicate sauce.

Thank you so much! Where is the kiss emoticon when you need it?


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Re: Scalloped Potatos [Re: Rasputin]
      #986795 - 04/05/09 09:38 AM (72.196.234.78)

Julia Child has a recipe that is the BEST I've ever tasted.
You might be able to find it online.


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Re: Scalloped Potatos [Re: hibiscus]
      #989978 - 04/10/09 10:55 PM (71.254.118.61)

My wife makes her scalloped potatoes using all the ingredients listed so far, but does top them with cheese so they get a great crust on top. We call them scalloped potatoes au gratin. Having them for Easter with the ham!

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Re: Scalloped Potatos [Re: contessa]
      #990170 - 04/11/09 03:55 PM (99.144.169.213)

5 potatoes?? Are you kidding?? I use 5 lbs when I'm making scalloped!! They are a fav in our family and we love them leftover!

Sure wish I had the receipe for the potatoes gratin served at Calmo's....oh YUM!!! Can't wait...

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Re: Scalloped Potatos [Re: peconic]
      #990263 - 04/11/09 07:56 PM (98.217.219.184)

I add the ham and steamed Asparagus and it's a nice meal!

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