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Welcome fellow Qer's, I decided since we celebrate so many events, Why not celebrate each other and have a party for Faniq Qer's .
This is a Pot Luck party and each person attending should bring something that represents either the State they live in or their favorite sport or team.  It may be a photo or you can just write it. Whatever works for you. I know many are not able to upload photos.  If you choose something to represent your State, then please describe what your bringing in case it's something others may not be familiar with.  Then come in sit relax and chat awhile. Remember the COC please... Have Fun otherwise.. You Are Cordially Invited. Photo

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I will attend.
I'm busy that day.
Do I have to bring something?
I love to PARTY!!!
Will there be beer?
Wait! Is Beans invited?
Oh what the L, nothing better to do.
Your on the Poll streak again right?
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#17 | 698 days ago

(Edited by richard_cranium)
I will bring the Jim Jones Kool Aid. I have heard it is killer.
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#1 | 698 days ago



I am bringing Maryland Steamed Crabs, They're spicy and yummy. I like to dip the crab meat into clarified butter and of course have a few iced cold beers to chase it down.
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#2 | 698 days ago


Spinach and mushroom lasagna
#3 | 698 days ago

AlwaysSunshine wrote:

Spinach and mushroom lasagna
Mmmm that looks so good!! Would you like a drink? We have Beer and the hard stuff as well as soda , iced tea and spring water..
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#4 | 698 days ago

Boston Clam Chowdah


Boston Baked Beans


Since Maine is not too far out of the way for a special occasion... Lobster...
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#5 | 698 days ago

I will gladly bring the delicious Rocky Mountain Oysters

#6 | 698 days ago

ironhead_mike wrote:
Boston Clam Chowdah


Boston Baked Beans


Since Maine is not too far out of the way for a special occasion... Lobster...
I would love to visit Boston. I want to go to Cheers... rumor has it..everybody knows my name...
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#7 | 698 days ago

The_Real_Stoney wrote:
I will gladly bring the delicious Rocky Mountain Oysters

I know what they are...Bulls balls... personally I don't have anything against balls per-se but breaded and deep fried?..C'mon Stoney!!!
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#8 | 698 days ago

DallasFan55 wrote:
I know what they are...Bulls balls... personally I don't have anything against balls per-se but breaded and deep fried?..C'mon Stoney!!!
much like anything breaded and deep fried, they're fantastic
#9 | 698 days ago

The_Real_Stoney wrote:
much like anything breaded and deep fried, they're fantastic
I'm sure they are, Adam Richman said they were. I just don't know if I could bring myself to try them.. I'm afraid they grow hair on my chest or something.. lol
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#10 | 698 days ago

You'd be surprised the things that sound absolutely horrible that actually taste really good.
#11 | 698 days ago

(Edited by Jess)
I'll bring jersey cookies - not Seahawks specific (though there will be plenty of those) - I'll make sure all of your teams are represented.


I'll also bring some huckleberry dessert of some sort. Huckleberry bars, huckleberry cordials, huckleberry Tillamook cheesecake, homemade huckleberry ice cream, etc. That should rep the pacific northwest fairly well.
  

  

And to top it off, margaritas and strawberry margarita jello shots from my current residence - Margaritaville.
  
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#12 | 698 days ago

I'd bring some of this 



and a box or two of these



laugh
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#13 | 698 days ago

Jess wrote:
I'll bring jersey cookies - not Seahawks specific (though there will be plenty of those) - I'll make sure all of your teams are represented.


I'll also bring some huckleberry dessert of some sort. Huckleberry bars, huckleberry cordials, huckleberry Tillamook cheesecake, homemade huckleberry ice cream, etc. That should rep the pacific northwest fairly well.
  

  

And to top it off, margaritas and strawberry margarita jello shots from my current residence - Margaritaville.
  
I Love Jello Shots!!! ..Thanks Jess Mmmm
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#14 | 698 days ago

kteacher wrote:
I'd bring some of this 



and a box or two of these



laugh
Thanks Teach! I love chocolate cake.. sry but I can't tell what the first item is.. eyesite issue...
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#15 | 698 days ago

I don't actually live in Alaska, but the King Crab are found on our coast as well, so I'll bring some of these.  









But I'm drinking some of what Jess is bringing laugh
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#16 | 698 days ago
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well I will bring some pulled pork, to represent the Carolinas. cool
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#17 | 698 days ago

(Edited by richard_cranium)
I will bring the Jim Jones Kool Aid. I have heard it is killer.
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#18 | 697 days ago
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I'll bring some white castles. smiley  We live on them in Chicago. 

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#19 | 697 days ago
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Jess wrote:
I'll bring jersey cookies - not Seahawks specific (though there will be plenty of those) - I'll make sure all of your teams are represented.


I'll also bring some huckleberry dessert of some sort. Huckleberry bars, huckleberry cordials, huckleberry Tillamook cheesecake, homemade huckleberry ice cream, etc. That should rep the pacific northwest fairly well.
  

  

And to top it off, margaritas and strawberry margarita jello shots from my current residence - Margaritaville.
  
I'm coming to live with you. smiley
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#20 | 697 days ago

cubsgirl2 wrote:
I'll bring some white castles. smiley  We live on them in Chicago. 

That is cause it is only in your system for about 30 minutes, so you have to constantly eat them.
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#21 | 697 days ago

DallasFan55 wrote:
Thanks Teach! I love chocolate cake.. sry but I can't tell what the first item is.. eyesite issue...
See....that's why I'm bringing them..........Tacos, Frijoles, tortillas (not named Mission)


and Pucks (aka Ding Dongs)
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#22 | 697 days ago
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richard_cranium wrote:
That is cause it is only in your system for about 30 minutes, so you have to constantly eat them.
This is true.  But while their in you, they are damn good. smiley
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#23 | 697 days ago

cubsgirl2 wrote:
This is true.  But while their in you, they are damn good. smiley
This is true.  But while their in if you are drunk, they are damn good. smiley


fixed
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#24 | 697 days ago



Im in ,  i'll bring ...........






and to go with those tasty crawfish ...


#25 | 697 days ago

I guess I'll bring the Hot Dogs and Stadium mustard....my hometown is responsible for the inventions of the hotdog and the baseball scorecard...We also have Keebs, which is pretty unique
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#26 | 697 days ago

Debi_L wrote:
I don't actually live in Alaska, but the King Crab are found on our coast as well, so I'll bring some of these.  









But I'm drinking some of what Jess is bringing laugh


These are fantastic yes
#27 | 697 days ago

kteacher wrote:
See....that's why I'm bringing them..........Tacos, Frijoles, tortillas (not named Mission)


and Pucks (aka Ding Dongs)


Please don't forget the Guacamole smiley  TY !
#28 | 697 days ago

The_Real_Stoney wrote:
I will gladly bring the delicious Rocky Mountain Oysters

...and I'll bring the Pepto.  

Well, being from the Garden State (pshh), I suppose I should bring some produce to stay in theme.  Jersey tomatoes are pretty delicious, but not in season right now.  
Hmm, I think I heard that NJ grows the most eggplant in the country, so I guess I could bring that.  I don't personally eat eggplant very much, nor will I prepare it, but that's what you all are for.  laugh
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#29 | 697 days ago

derms33 wrote:
I guess I'll bring the Hot Dogs and Stadium mustard....my hometown is responsible for the inventions of the hotdog and the baseball scorecard...We also have Keebs, which is pretty unique
You're from Frankfurt Germany? 

I'd bring Chicago style hot dogs....



Ribs from my grandfather's hometown (KC)....



The best summer beer in America....



And cannolis and donuts from my buddy's bakery in Boston...




om nom nom om nom nom om nom nom........
#30 | 697 days ago

I dont think anyone would want an apple pie so I will bring the next best thing from NY other than myself:

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#31 | 697 days ago
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janet011685 wrote:
...and I'll bring the Pepto.  

Well, being from the Garden State (pshh), I suppose I should bring some produce to stay in theme.  Jersey tomatoes are pretty delicious, but not in season right now.  
Hmm, I think I heard that NJ grows the most eggplant in the country, so I guess I could bring that.  I don't personally eat eggplant very much, nor will I prepare it, but that's what you all are for.  laugh
You need to make some fried green tomatoes. smiley
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#32 | 697 days ago

(Edited by Jess)
janet011685 wrote:
...and I'll bring the Pepto.  

Well, being from the Garden State (pshh), I suppose I should bring some produce to stay in theme.  Jersey tomatoes are pretty delicious, but not in season right now.  
Hmm, I think I heard that NJ grows the most eggplant in the country, so I guess I could bring that.  I don't personally eat eggplant very much, nor will I prepare it, but that's what you all are for.  laugh
I have some family in NJ who have an Italian restaurant...I'll notify them that you'll be dropping off eggplant for them to make eggplant parmesan and ask what time you can pick up the finished product cheeky
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#33 | 697 days ago

Jess wrote:
I have some family in NJ who have an Italian restaurant...I'll notify them that you'll be dropping off eggplant for them to make eggplant parmesan and ask what time you can pick up the finished product cheeky
Are you sure Jess? I have a portable BBQ grill / Smoker and could grill the eggplant on it?
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#34 | 697 days ago

good ole Carolina BBQ ,and good ole pot of collards they are so good make you want to slap your mamma
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#35 | 697 days ago

CAPTAINSEAFOOD wrote:
good ole Carolina BBQ ,and good ole pot of collards they are so good make you want to slap your mamma
You cooking them collards with some fat back right?  But YUMMM !!!!
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#36 | 697 days ago

CAPTAINSEAFOOD wrote:
good ole Carolina BBQ ,and good ole pot of collards they are so good make you want to slap your mamma
hey Captn - dont know about you but aint nuthing ever that good to even exercise the thouhgt of slapping my mamma- - - I wouldnt  be alive to tell the story I did
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#37 | 697 days ago

Jess wrote:
I have some family in NJ who have an Italian restaurant...I'll notify them that you'll be dropping off eggplant for them to make eggplant parmesan and ask what time you can pick up the finished product cheeky
Oooh, who?  Where?  Name of restaurant?  Can I get a discount if I drop your name?  laugh
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#38 | 697 days ago

Bratwurst.    grill 'em golden brown, let 'em soak in a little hot tub of beer and onions.  serve on a bakery roll with kraut and brown spicy mustard.

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#39 | 697 days ago

WISAC1 wrote:
Bratwurst.    grill 'em golden brown, let 'em soak in a little hot tub of beer and onions.  serve on a bakery roll with kraut and brown spicy mustard.

OMG!!! That sounds so good!!!
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#40 | 697 days ago

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janet011685 wrote:
Oooh, who?  Where?  Name of restaurant?  Can I get a discount if I drop your name?  laugh
I believe the restaurant is called Vitorio's or Vittorio's or something...it's a pizza place but don't let him fool you. He's a Capparelli - he knows how to make Italian food. If he's cooking there...which I don't know either. 

But... he may not know me - it's a distant relative on my mother's side and that's a big family - but you could try! laugh

**Edit - Just made sure - it is Vittorio's (pizzeria) and it's in Englewood 
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#41 | 697 days ago

DallasFan55 wrote:
I would love to visit Boston. I want to go to Cheers... rumor has it..everybody knows my name...
GOOD ONE LINDA 
I WOULD BE KNOWN AS MRS. KLUTS LOL
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#42 | 697 days ago

irmacourt wrote:
GOOD ONE LINDA 
I WOULD BE KNOWN AS MRS. KLUTS LOL
LMAO!!! Indeed you would! I'll respect this tmrw..I already gave ya 10 today.. :)
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#43 | 697 days ago

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DallasFan55 wrote:
OMG!!! That sounds so good!!!
  
LOL SHES RIGHT......
I WOULD BRING A POPPY SEED TOPPED ROLL POPPY IS CALIFORNIA'S STATE FLOWER AND A FAKE GOLD FLAKES THAT REPRESENT THE GOLD RUSH DAYS...WHICH IS THE 49ERS FOOTBALL
WELL = THIS STILL SOUNDS GOOD THOUGH LOL.....HEHEHEHEHEHEHE
I WOULD HAVE TO SAY PERCO'S  IN YUBA CALIFORNIA THEIR STEAK N POTATO DINNER WITH HOT APPLE PIE N ICE CREAM ON THE TOP SHOULD DO JUST FINE THE PLACE IS JUST AWESOME THE STAFF MAKES IT VERY ENJOYABLE ITS ALWAYS KEPT CLEAN AND IT EVEN WAS SHOWN ON GOOD DAY SACRAMENTO MMMMM WISH I HAD A PLATE OF IT NOW CUZ I WOULD TAKE A PICTURE OF IT ALL ...LOL
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#44 | 697 days ago

irmacourt wrote:
  
LOL SHES RIGHT......
I WOULD BRING A POPPY SEED TOPPED ROLL POPPY IS CALIFORNIA'S STATE FLOWER AND A FAKE GOLD FLAKES THAT REPRESENT THE GOLD RUSH DAYS...WHICH IS THE 49ERS FOOTBALL
WELL = THIS STILL SOUNDS GOOD THOUGH LOL.....HEHEHEHEHEHEHE
I WOULD HAVE TO SAY PERCO'S  IN YUBA CALIFORNIA THEIR STEAK N POTATO DINNER WITH HOT APPLE PIE N ICE CREAM ON THE TOP SHOULD DO JUST FINE THE PLACE IS JUST AWESOME THE STAFF MAKES IT VERY ENJOYABLE ITS ALWAYS KEPT CLEAN AND IT EVEN WAS SHOWN ON GOOD DAY SACRAMENTO MMMMM WISH I HAD A PLATE OF IT NOW CUZ I WOULD TAKE A PICTURE OF IT ALL ...LOL
I'm thinking your on your phone cuz I know you meant HOT apple pie and not HARM...lol  Smart phones do that to us..  And actually Irma. The convo got a little off track, so your suppose to tell us what your bringing to this party that represents your state or your favorite team. ..
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#45 | 697 days ago

irmacourt wrote:
  
LOL SHES RIGHT......
I WOULD BRING A POPPY SEED TOPPED ROLL POPPY IS CALIFORNIA'S STATE FLOWER AND A FAKE GOLD FLAKES THAT REPRESENT THE GOLD RUSH DAYS...WHICH IS THE 49ERS FOOTBALL
WELL = THIS STILL SOUNDS GOOD THOUGH LOL.....HEHEHEHEHEHEHE
I WOULD HAVE TO SAY PERCO'S  IN YUBA CALIFORNIA THEIR STEAK N POTATO DINNER WITH HOT APPLE PIE N ICE CREAM ON THE TOP SHOULD DO JUST FINE THE PLACE IS JUST AWESOME THE STAFF MAKES IT VERY ENJOYABLE ITS ALWAYS KEPT CLEAN AND IT EVEN WAS SHOWN ON GOOD DAY SACRAMENTO MMMMM WISH I HAD A PLATE OF IT NOW CUZ I WOULD TAKE A PICTURE OF IT ALL ...LOL
OOOOPPPSSSS YEA YOUR RIGHT
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#46 | 697 days ago

irmacourt wrote:
GOOD ONE LINDA 
I WOULD BE KNOWN AS MRS. KLUTS LOL
OK THANK YOU LOL
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#47 | 697 days ago

Sharp Square wrote:


These are fantastic yes
I know. I'm seriously addicted.
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#48 | 696 days ago

Primanti's Sammitches


and Sarris candy
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#49 | 696 days ago

kramer wrote:
Primanti's Sammitches


and Sarris candy
I hope to try Primanti's one of these days. That's where they put french fries and slaw on the sandwich right?
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#50 | 696 days ago

Jess wrote:
I believe the restaurant is called Vitorio's or Vittorio's or something...it's a pizza place but don't let him fool you. He's a Capparelli - he knows how to make Italian food. If he's cooking there...which I don't know either. 

But... he may not know me - it's a distant relative on my mother's side and that's a big family - but you could try! laugh

**Edit - Just made sure - it is Vittorio's (pizzeria) and it's in Englewood 
Hey- i know this place- its on the street where Sugar Hill Records studio used to be- - - - - small world
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#51 | 695 days ago

DallasFan55 wrote:
I hope to try Primanti's one of these days. That's where they put french fries and slaw on the sandwich right?
That's the place.  To hell with side orders, just throw it all on the sandwich!
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#52 | 695 days ago

kramer wrote:
That's the place.  To hell with side orders, just throw it all on the sandwich!
I can never have a Primanti's Brothers sandwich, I can't stand coleslaw, and it would be sacrilege for me to leave it off.
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#53 | 695 days ago

DallasFan55 wrote:


I am bringing Maryland Steamed Crabs, They're spicy and yummy. I like to dip the crab meat into clarified butter and of course have a few iced cold beers to chase it down.
oh yeah im their make room for me lol
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#54 | 695 days ago

Seafood Paella is probably the most famous and popular Spanish dish around the world. It originates in Valencia, a region on the Mediterranean coast of Spain, between Barcelona and Murcia that is known for its rice dishes. There are as many versions of paella as there are cooks in Spain!
Prep Time: 45 minutes
Cook Time: 60 minutes
Ingredients:
  • 1 yellow onion, diced
  • 2 medium tomatoes, diced
  • 1 whole chicken or 8 chicken drumsticks
  • 1 1/2 lbs pork loin (fat trimmed), cut into ¾ inch pieces
  • 1/2 lb calamar (squid) cleaned and sliced into rings
  • Medium grain or "pearl" rice *
  • 4-6 cups chicken broth
  • 1 large pinch Saffron
  • 1 1/2 lbs raw mussels in shell (frozen or fresh)
  • 1 lb small clams (frozen or fresh)
  • 1 1/2 lbs raw shrimp, medium or large - shell on
  • 1 red pepper seeded and sliced
  • 1 10 oz. pkg frozen peas
  • Olive Oil, Salt to Taste
Preparation:
* The exact quantity of rice will depend on the size of the pan, so have at least 1 lb of rice on hand.
If you prefer to use a step-by-step recipe with photos, Seafood Paella Step-by-Step Recipe.
This seafood paella recipe makes approximately 12 servings.
Before you start preparing paella, it's best to check you have all ingredients and gather the equipment that you'll need.
  • 17 inch (144cm) paella pan
  • Round charcoal BBQ
  • Medium sauce pan
  • Sharp knife for chopping meat and vegetables
  • Meat cleaver (if you use a whole chicken)
  • Aluminum Foil or Large Tea Towel to Cover Paella
Cut the Chicken and Pork into Serving-Size Pieces - You'll need one whole chicken, cut into serving-size pieces or 8 chicken drumsticks. If you use a whole chicken, use a meat cleaver to cut the chicken into pieces small enough to easily mix while sautéing.
With a sharp knife, cut the pork into 3/4" pieces.
Clean the squid and remove the tentacles. Make sure to remove the innards and the "spine" and discard. Then, cut the squid into rings.
Tip: Try to buy fresh squid whenever possible. If fresh squid is not available, look for packages of squid in the frozen food section. The squid should NOT have batter or coating on them, since that type is used for frying.
Slice red pepper and chop onions and tomatoes, set aside.
Now that you have the ingredients cleaned and chopped, it's time to start the BBQ and begin cooking. When the coals on the BBQ are covered in white ash, cooking can begin.
Assemble all the ingredients on a table near the BBQ, so that you can stay in the area and monitor the cooking.
Place the paella pan on the grate and add enough olive oil to coat the bottom and allow the pan to heat up. When hot enough, sauté the onions and tomatoes in the olive oil. Add olive oil as needed to prevent sticking. Once the onions are translucent, add the chicken and cook, stirring constantly – about 15 minutes. Add pork and squid and cook, stirring often.
Add the rice, sprinkling in the form of a large cross on the pan. (Have approximately 1 lb of rice on hand for this.) Stir for 2-3 minutes to thoroughly coat the rice with oil and mix with the other ingredients.
Add saffron threads to the chicken broth and stir. Slowly pour broth into pan until pan contents are covered. Spread ingredients evenly over bottom of pan.
Arrange mussels around outside edge of pan, pointing up. Place clams and shrimp in pan, distributing them evenly around the pan. Add slices of pepper on top.
Allow to simmer, cooking rice. Add more broth if necessary. (If fire becomes too hot, raise the pan up, away from the heat.) When rice is almost cooked, sprinkle peas over the pan.
When rice is cooked, remove from heat and cover with aluminum foil or large tea towel, allowing paella to “rest” for 5 to 10 minutes before serving.
Slice lemons into wedges and serve.
 
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#55 | 695 days ago

XERXUS wrote:
Seafood Paella is probably the most famous and popular Spanish dish around the world. It originates in Valencia, a region on the Mediterranean coast of Spain, between Barcelona and Murcia that is known for its rice dishes. There are as many versions of paella as there are cooks in Spain!
Prep Time: 45 minutes
Cook Time: 60 minutes
Ingredients:
  • 1 yellow onion, diced
  • 2 medium tomatoes, diced
  • 1 whole chicken or 8 chicken drumsticks
  • 1 1/2 lbs pork loin (fat trimmed), cut into ¾ inch pieces
  • 1/2 lb calamar (squid) cleaned and sliced into rings
  • Medium grain or "pearl" rice *
  • 4-6 cups chicken broth
  • 1 large pinch Saffron
  • 1 1/2 lbs raw mussels in shell (frozen or fresh)
  • 1 lb small clams (frozen or fresh)
  • 1 1/2 lbs raw shrimp, medium or large - shell on
  • 1 red pepper seeded and sliced
  • 1 10 oz. pkg frozen peas
  • Olive Oil, Salt to Taste
Preparation:
* The exact quantity of rice will depend on the size of the pan, so have at least 1 lb of rice on hand.
If you prefer to use a step-by-step recipe with photos, Seafood Paella Step-by-Step Recipe.
This seafood paella recipe makes approximately 12 servings.
Before you start preparing paella, it's best to check you have all ingredients and gather the equipment that you'll need.
  • 17 inch (144cm) paella pan
  • Round charcoal BBQ
  • Medium sauce pan
  • Sharp knife for chopping meat and vegetables
  • Meat cleaver (if you use a whole chicken)
  • Aluminum Foil or Large Tea Towel to Cover Paella
Cut the Chicken and Pork into Serving-Size Pieces - You'll need one whole chicken, cut into serving-size pieces or 8 chicken drumsticks. If you use a whole chicken, use a meat cleaver to cut the chicken into pieces small enough to easily mix while sautéing.
With a sharp knife, cut the pork into 3/4" pieces.
Clean the squid and remove the tentacles. Make sure to remove the innards and the "spine" and discard. Then, cut the squid into rings.
Tip: Try to buy fresh squid whenever possible. If fresh squid is not available, look for packages of squid in the frozen food section. The squid should NOT have batter or coating on them, since that type is used for frying.
Slice red pepper and chop onions and tomatoes, set aside.
Now that you have the ingredients cleaned and chopped, it's time to start the BBQ and begin cooking. When the coals on the BBQ are covered in white ash, cooking can begin.
Assemble all the ingredients on a table near the BBQ, so that you can stay in the area and monitor the cooking.
Place the paella pan on the grate and add enough olive oil to coat the bottom and allow the pan to heat up. When hot enough, sauté the onions and tomatoes in the olive oil. Add olive oil as needed to prevent sticking. Once the onions are translucent, add the chicken and cook, stirring constantly – about 15 minutes. Add pork and squid and cook, stirring often.
Add the rice, sprinkling in the form of a large cross on the pan. (Have approximately 1 lb of rice on hand for this.) Stir for 2-3 minutes to thoroughly coat the rice with oil and mix with the other ingredients.
Add saffron threads to the chicken broth and stir. Slowly pour broth into pan until pan contents are covered. Spread ingredients evenly over bottom of pan.
Arrange mussels around outside edge of pan, pointing up. Place clams and shrimp in pan, distributing them evenly around the pan. Add slices of pepper on top.
Allow to simmer, cooking rice. Add more broth if necessary. (If fire becomes too hot, raise the pan up, away from the heat.) When rice is almost cooked, sprinkle peas over the pan.
When rice is cooked, remove from heat and cover with aluminum foil or large tea towel, allowing paella to “rest” for 5 to 10 minutes before serving.
Slice lemons into wedges and serve.
 
OMG!!!! That sounds amazing. I love a man that cooks. If I let the Giants win the Superbowl again would you consider getting married?....LOL!!!
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#56 | 695 days ago

I absolutely hate it when people forget that this is an international site

Ladies and gentlemen, tandoori chicken

#57 | 695 days ago

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ankurnathmishra wrote:
I absolutely hate it when people forget that this is an international site

Ladies and gentlemen, tandoori chicken

I'm so sorry , I totally didn't think about that :(, I should have said, represents your State or Country. Please forgive me.

That really looks so good. Thank you for sharing. yes
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#58 | 693 days ago

DallasFan55 wrote:
I'm so sorry , I totally didn't think about that :(, I should have said, represents your State or Country. Please forgive me.

That really looks so good. Thank you for sharing. yes
Doesn't matter i know it was not intentional, just that being excluded hurts

Let's forget all this and enjoy this great site of ours smileyyes
#59 | 693 days ago

ankurnathmishra wrote:
Doesn't matter i know it was not intentional, just that being excluded hurts

Let's forget all this and enjoy this great site of ours smileyyes
Sounds like a great plan and your right...Faniq is the best!!! smileyyes
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#60 | 691 days ago

I KNOW  HOW TO ANSWER YOUR  POLL LINDA  I WOULD TO  COME BUT  I DON'T HOW TO GET THERE ,ORWHEN OR HOW  WHAT IS'T  I AM MISS  HERE?
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#61 | 691 days ago

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#62 | 691 days ago

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hotdog5054 wrote:
I KNOW  HOW TO ANSWER YOUR  POLL LINDA  I WOULD TO  COME BUT  I DON'T HOW TO GET THERE ,ORWHEN OR HOW  WHAT IS'T  I AM MISS  HERE?
Awwww Charles smiley...This is the party and your here and you did very good showing us a picture of your Arkansas Razorbacks. Thanks so much, that was very sweet. This party is just letting fellow Qer's know what you like from where you live and letting fellow Qers know that you appreciate them as well as Faniq. smiley Thanks again for joining us. yes

I will respect these tmrw Charles. I gave you 10 already today.
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#63 | 691 days ago

richard_cranium wrote:
I can never have a Primanti's Brothers sandwich, I can't stand coleslaw, and it would be sacrilege for me to leave it off.
Believe me, you can't even tell it's cole slaw, it's more the cabbage than anything.  I hate cole slaw myself, but I love the sandwich.
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#64 | 689 days ago

DallasFan55 wrote:
OMG!!!! That sounds amazing. I love a man that cooks. If I let the Giants win the Superbowl again would you consider getting married?....LOL!!!
that sounds very tempting lol
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#65 | 689 days ago

Since Janet beat me to the Jersey tomatoes (they ARE the best), I'll bring some blueberries, cranberries and some of that JERSEY CORN which will be ready in about a month!  I'll also bring some Beach Haus beer, a local specialty American Pilsner.  Clams on the half shell, too....and I'll even shuck em for ya!
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#66 | 689 days ago

icfeet wrote:
Since Janet beat me to the Jersey tomatoes (they ARE the best), I'll bring some blueberries, cranberries and some of that JERSEY CORN which will be ready in about a month!  I'll also bring some Beach Haus beer, a local specialty American Pilsner.  Clams on the half shell, too....and I'll even shuck em for ya!
Thanks on the shucking...I'd need that done..lol  and we can compare our tomato's and Corn on the cob. wink
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#67 | 685 days ago

I'll bring a big pot of Seafood Gumbo - made with fresh seafood right off the coast of lil Mississippi ;) 
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#68 | 685 days ago

JuJu_52 wrote:
I'll bring a big pot of Seafood Gumbo - made with fresh seafood right off the coast of lil Mississippi ;) 
You just made me hungry!!!...lol
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#69 | 681 days ago

Girl are you tired?  Cuz you been running through my mind ALL day.  Also, are you by chance related to Fify Cent? 
#70 | 681 days ago

jswol54 wrote:
Girl are you tired?  Cuz you been running through my mind ALL day.  Also, are you by chance related to Fify Cent? 
Lmao!!! She has already been booted... smiley
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#71 | 681 days ago

DallasFan55 wrote:
Lmao!!! She has already been booted... smiley
I believe her yo, I don't know why, but I do.
#72 | 681 days ago

jswol54 wrote:
I believe her yo, I don't know why, but I do.
LOL!!! In time you'll get over her... No worries..wink
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#73 | 681 days ago

DallasFan55 wrote:
LOL!!! In time you'll get over her... No worries..wink
They say the quickest way to get over a woman is to get under a new one.  Happy hour here I come! 
#74 | 681 days ago

jswol54 wrote:
They say the quickest way to get over a woman is to get under a new one.  Happy hour here I come! 
Now that makes sense!!!...You go boy!!...yes
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#75 | 572 days ago

I am bringing Maryland Steamed Crabs, They're spicy and yummy. I like to dip the crab meat into clarified butter and of course have a few iced cold beers to chase it down.   none for me.

Spinach and mushroom lasagna -- not for me

Boston Clam Chowdah--not for me
Boston Baked Beans--finally, something I can eat.
Since Maine is not too far out of the way for a special occasion... Lobster--not for me
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#76 | 572 days ago

anthonyrichardlouisnaught wrote:
I am bringing Maryland Steamed Crabs, They're spicy and yummy. I like to dip the crab meat into clarified butter and of course have a few iced cold beers to chase it down.   none for me.

Spinach and mushroom lasagna -- not for me

Boston Clam Chowdah--not for me
Boston Baked Beans--finally, something I can eat.
Since Maine is not too far out of the way for a special occasion... Lobster--not for me
As late as you showed up for this event, there wasn't any food left anyway...LMAO!!!
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#77 | 572 days ago

It's too good to be true.  Only one response in this poll.  The sky is falling.
#78 | 572 days ago

AlwaysSunshine wrote:
It's too good to be true.  Only one response in this poll.  The sky is falling.
Do you only see one response?  I see your response as # 77.
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#79 | 572 days ago

DallasFan55 wrote:
Do you only see one response?  I see your response as # 77.
From the threadbomber.
#80 | 572 days ago

AlwaysSunshine wrote:
From the threadbomber.
Aha! Got ya! And your right , The sky must be falling! wink
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