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Posted May 22, 2015 - 12:09 PM

Mrs. Olcowhand's (Teresa) chili for supper tonight. That is a great recipe that suits my taste buds real well. It's in the crock pot cooking away as we surf around here.


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Posted May 22, 2015 - 04:42 PM

We be habbin Rabbit tonight.



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Posted May 23, 2015 - 10:25 AM

Turkish meat balls, BBQ lamb chops, fresh corn on the cob, and rice pilaf. Sides of fresh cherry tomatoes and last season's carrots. I'm full.....

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Posted May 23, 2015 - 04:13 PM

Baked ham, Corn on the cob , Cream potatoes , Fried Zucchini , Fried Green Tomatoes , Green onions and Dinner rolls.



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Posted June 04, 2015 - 06:29 PM

Lynn made one of my favorites; Pork and Apple Pie. This is a main course, not dessert. It's got pork, apples, celery, onions, & raisins. If anyone wants the recipe, say so.


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Posted June 04, 2015 - 06:34 PM

So!

 

 

A little more heads up and directions to your house would be nice, also; the next time it's on the menu.

 

Not the directions you gave me last time either, I have no desire to re-visit New Mexico.


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Posted June 06, 2015 - 01:22 AM

Yes please, I'd like the recipe.
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Posted June 13, 2015 - 12:43 AM

The local chain grocery had a special on boneless pork loins, $2.49 per pound, so I bought one. Cut it in half to make 8 nice chops and a good sized roast. That's 8 meals for me plus something on hand for when company comes, not bad for a $12.73 investment. Anyhow, one chop hit the B.B.Q. and I stir fried some fresh garden onions, radishes, asparagus and a whole handful of lamb's quarters. Rhubarb custard rice pudding for dessert.
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Posted June 13, 2015 - 06:56 AM

We get deals on pork loins like that around here from time to time.  I always throw a couple in the freezer.  I like to stick one in the crock pot with a little water and a dash of garlic and onion powder.  Let it cook all day then pull it out and make shredded BBQ out of it.  Just stir in your favorite BBQ sauce.  Warm it up and serve it up on a bun with a little cole slaw on top.  Yummilicious !


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Posted July 22, 2015 - 11:49 AM

Spent most of yesterday afternoon in the bush picking/looking for chanterelle mushrooms. Didn't find many but they are starting---- now if we could only get some rain, they'll appear like magic. Anyhow, supper was garden fresh baby potatoes cooked in their skins served with fresh dill and swimming in butter, chanterelles lightly sautéed, and a garden salad, (three kinds of fresh lettuce, green onions, radishes, broccoli and zucchini with sour cream dressing). Meat, you ask? Tradition demands that the first meal of baby potatoes is meatless, just all the delicious little spuds you can eat. Anything accompanying them must be grown right here on our own land. Since I don't milk a cow anymore I've bent the rule to include milk/cream/butter from my neighbour's little jersey.


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Posted August 10, 2015 - 09:00 PM

Today I used a cabbage that I got from the Canandaigua NY area.  I attended the pageant of steam show there and cabbages are always in season with the show.

 

It was huge.  I made two batches of Hungarian fried cabbage and noodles, some coleslaw and still have a wedge of cabbage in the fridge.  I also made Hungarian chicken paprikash to go with it.  Both heavy, satisfying dishes.  Sorry, I forgot to take photographs.


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Posted August 10, 2015 - 09:03 PM

Lunch was 15 minutes long & just 3 White Castle burgers & mac & cheese.  Back out the door to cut hay.  Then supper was again 15 minutes with 2 turkey sandwiches & a handful of BBQ tater chips, then back out to load more corn.  I hope tomorrow will allow for more meal time.


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Posted August 10, 2015 - 09:45 PM

White Castle burgers are awesome.  My mouth is watering at the mere thought.  Thanks Daniel.   :D


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Posted August 10, 2015 - 09:51 PM

White Castle burgers are awesome.  My mouth is watering at the mere thought.  Thanks Daniel.   :D

These were the frozen boxed and not nearly as good as fresh, but good nuff!


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Posted August 10, 2015 - 10:00 PM

These were the frozen boxed and not nearly as good as fresh, but good nuff!

Stop at one in Lexington a few years back the burgers wasn't as good as I remembered




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