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Old 12-16-2022, 07:37 PM   #1
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for me chicken cordon bleu for dinner today. Along with collard greens, oven baked Seminole pumpkin and sourdough bread. It was so good.

The first time that I had veal cordon bleu was while I was stationed in Germany back in the 60s. I crave cordon bleu but don't get it very often.
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Cordon Bleu, I like that stuff, takes time.
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for me chicken cordon bleu for dinner today. Along with collard greens, oven baked Seminole pumpkin and sourdough bread. It was so good.

The first time that I had veal cordon bleu was while I was stationed in Germany back in the 60s. I crave cordon bleu but don't get it very often.
Cordon Bleu rocks! That sounds like a dang good dinner.

Care to share your brides recipe for the Pumpkin Sourdough bread?
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Cordon Bleu rocks! That sounds like a dang good dinner.

Care to share your brides recipe for the Pumpkin Sourdough bread?
Actually I meant a Seminole pumpkin cooked like a butternut squash in the oven and sourdough bread from the deli,
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Maple Leaf frozen Cordon Blue aren't bad when you just can't do without.
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Actually I meant a Seminole pumpkin cooked like a butternut squash in the oven and sourdough bread from the deli,
Gotcha! I really like sourdough bread, and thought it might be some kind of 'new twist' on a sourdough recipe.

Gotta love butternut squash with a lot of brown sugar and butter!
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There was a little Imbiss snack stand outside the gate of our Kaserne that sold a chicken cordon bleu sandwich. They sold out every day, they were so good. All the sandwich was was the frozen then deep fried cordon bleu on a fresh baked brotchen (roll) with pickles. Simple, but oh so tasty, especially after a night of alcohol fueled adventures.
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