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Birthday party / Dinner today - no cooking today , at least that's the plan ...........
Both my DD and I love Anchovies. We are part of the 1 out of a hundred who do.Last night was pizza night. I was more adventurous and added sweet onions, kalamata olives, anchovies, and pepperoni to mine. The crust is Bob's Red Mill gluten free crust, sauce was sugar free, and cheese non dairy. We got the sugar free, nitrate free, pepperoni from Amazon out of New Hampshire. On a whole it wasn't a bad pizza. For some reason my computer will not let me bring up pictures to post.
We got lunch at 1 yesterday at a wings and burgers little joint, burgers, onion rings and fries. Not really hungry for dinner, so Craig snacked on some Chex mix and we both had a good sized piece of real key lime pie.
We'll have what was supposed to be dinner last night to
The best key lime pie we ever had was ~ around 1985, with the kids. We ate in a place called ? the living coral reef, or something like that, in Orlando Florida around Disney. We had other pies later in years, but they used canned sweet cream to thicken the lime filling. Tina said she wants to make the filling; using corn starch to thicken it.
I never had key lime pie other than at that time we were in Orlando. I wouldn't know which was the Real Key Lime Pie....
(( Will the Real Key Lime Pie.....please stand up )) What's my line show with John Daley.....hahahahaha
Thanks for the info.Real key lime pie in whatever form is made with key lime juice as opposed to Persian lime juice. This was a baked pie. I do make a Key lime cheese pie that uses cream cheese, sweetened condensed milk, key lime juice and zest, but the decision to get the pie was made on the fly, besides the fact that the cheese pie takes several hours to make with time for cheese softening, then mixing, then refrigeration time for it to set up. Craig likes the cheese pie the best, but he wanted dessert last night.
There is a restaurant called The Coral Reef in The Seas Pavillion in EPCOT, one of the Disney parks. We've eaten in it many times in the past. It has tiered theater type seating so everyone can see the fish in the floor to ceiling window into the aquarium that takes up an entire wall of the restaurant.