Tuesday, February 25, 2014

Bowling, Specialist.

I was hot yesterday, even my worst game was still on my average. I Pin_Animation1was trying to get a 600 triple but missed it by 40 points. Ah well. Matt had one good game. Thursday is our Travel League where we have lunch with a bunch of bowlers and then go to a different alley; this month it is Victoria Bowl. We go there every year but some of the people from our old bowling alley now bowl there regularly.

Today I go to the Nephrologist, again. If you remember there was a screw up with my appointment last week. This week the secretary Kidneyshas already called me to change the time!! I do hope I get to see him this time. I don’t know much about nephrology but I finally managed to find out that my kidney function was suspect when I had my last diabetic blood test. So we will see what he says. So long as he isn’t chatting continuously to a staff member and ignoring the waiting patients which happened last week.

This recipe turned up on Facebook today and I thought it looked pretty easy. I am not quite sure why one would use imitation crab though. I definitely would make sure I used the real thing. Makes me wonder what the ones I have eaten in a restaurant are made of.


Baked Crab Rangoon:

Ingredients:
Crab Rangoon
1/8 tsp Garlic Salt
1/8 tsp Worcestershire Sauce
1 Small Green Onion (Finely Chopped)
3 oz Cream Cheese
4 oz Imitation Crab
14 Won Ton Wraps

Directions:
Mix first four ingredients together, then gently mix in the Imitation Crab. Spoon into each Won Ton Wrap and Fold.
Bake at 425 °F for 8-10 minutes or until golden brown.

Have a great day
Jo

16 comments:

  1. Hi Jo, good luck with your appointment today. Have you been having any pain? For the last couple of weeks I have been suffering from awful pain in my right side and told my doctor about it and she thinks it is my "usual" chronic back pain but something is different about this and it is constant. I asked for an MRI but I won't get it. I was thinking that there was something wrong with my kidney. I got a large jar of cranberry juice and am hoping that it will help, other than that, it will be back to the doctors. Hope you won't be kept waiting and the outcome will be positive. Hugs, Chris
    http://chelencarter-retiredandlovingit.blogspot.ca/

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    1. Thanks Chris. I have had pain on my right side but not sure that's anything to do with it. They just found a problem in my blood. Hope you get yours sorted out.

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  2. Hope all went well today Jo (and you saw the Consultant on time).
    I like the sound of those Baked Crab Rangoons .. maybe the recipe was from a veggie site? When entertaining veggie friends I often substitute soya or tofu based alternatives for meat/fish in non-veggie recipies. I agree though that it must be best to use the 'real thing'

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    1. Not been yet Sue. By the way, the video you made, a version of it here is going viral, especially people like the cat.

      Imitation crab is still fish.

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  3. 'imitation crab is still fish' duhhhh! so it is ... I assumed it was like substitute meat.
    We're still waiting for the vinyl floor to be fitted in the bathroom. I was told we'd be the 2nd job of the day so 'late morning'... its now nearly 2pm and no show. I phoned the shop who more or less told me to be patient LOL

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    1. So what's the matter with you Sue, you know workmen never come when you expect them. You know you have to wait around all day and can't go anywhere or leave the house. So, be patient!!

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  4. Hope the appointment happens this week.
    I've made that dish before! Wonton wrappers are awesome.

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    1. It happened OK. Writing about it for tomorrow.

      Aren't they useful, very versatile and can be used for all kinds of pot stickers.

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  5. Good luck with your doc's appt. I'm always nervous about those. I'd be happy with any excuse not to go.

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    1. Me too Rusty, these days we spend a lot of time at one doc or another.

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  6. Wishing you good health and easy doc appointments. I'm not sure why anyone would use imitation crab either. But I'll bet those are delicious!

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    1. Thanks so much.

      Have eaten them in Chinese restaurants and like them very much. I wonder if they use imitation.

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  7. Hahaha! I thought your first sentence meant you were physically hot. (I'm in So. Cal. and it's hot here.) Glad to know it was your bowling. I hope it stays "hot" next week, too!

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    1. Lucky you to be hot. We don't know the meaning of the word lately. Everything is still white outside and the forecast is for yet more. The snowiest winter in many a long year.

      Will be bowling tomorrow on our travel league so hope I will be "hot" then too.

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