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Posted October 04, 2016 - 07:41 PM

. I'm making a nice hot pot of corn chowder and some cheese biscuits for supper.

 

Sorry about the snow,  but sure wish I was coming for supper!!    :thumbs:    Rick


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Posted October 06, 2016 - 12:50 PM

Fried Spam, egg and cheese sandwiches



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Posted October 14, 2016 - 01:05 PM

Just threw a pot roast in the oven for tonight! Nice chuck roast, onion, carrots and taters. Will make some Brown Gravy to top it all later!


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Posted October 19, 2016 - 11:37 AM

Surprised my g/f. I made some plank salmon with a salad. Greek pasta salad, corn, garlic toast and something else I already don't remember. She grabbed some A1 and went into a food coma shortly after :)


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Posted October 26, 2016 - 03:55 PM

Trying a new approach tonight. I usually bake center cut pork chops with just garlic and onion powder (& salt & pepper). Bake them covered for a while and drain the juice off for StoveTop. Tonight, I made up a sauce of Jack Daniels Master Blend BBQ sauce, some Worchestershire, Mesquite liquid smoke, and part of a can of beer. Poured that over them and put foil on top. I'll let them bake for a while, and take the foil off. Maybe flip them. Bake for a while longer. Then run some scalloped potatoes through the oven to go with them. Sounds good, just have to see how it works out.


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Posted October 26, 2016 - 08:53 PM

Homemade pulled pork BBQ. I left it in the cooker 11 hours, and Lynn's potato salad that everybody asks for at all the covered dish dinners.
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Posted October 27, 2016 - 12:25 AM

My version of chicken stir fry. First I browned a cut up chicken breast in butter and crushed garlic, then added onion, green and red peppers, cauliflower and celery. Cooked the mix until seared but not mushy, and poured it over a pile of fluffy rice that had been cooked in chicken bouillon. Hot, crunchy, and delicious. Even "westernised" Chinese food requires a glass of Coke.... I don't know why, it just does!
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Posted October 27, 2016 - 05:19 AM

Trying a new approach tonight. I usually bake center cut pork chops with just garlic and onion powder (& salt & pepper). Bake them covered for a while and drain the juice off for StoveTop. Tonight, I made up a sauce of Jack Daniels Master Blend BBQ sauce, some Worchestershire, Mesquite liquid smoke, and part of a can of beer. Poured that over them and put foil on top. I'll let them bake for a while, and take the foil off. Maybe flip them. Bake for a while longer. Then run some scalloped potatoes through the oven to go with them. Sounds good, just have to see how it works out.

Was it as good as it sounds Kenny? All I had was cooled off take out pizza while I thought of your delicious sounding chops..
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Posted October 27, 2016 - 05:45 AM

Was it as good as it sounds Kenny? All I had was cooled off take out pizza while I thought of your delicious sounding chops..

Wasn't bad at all! Just trying something different.


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Posted October 28, 2016 - 06:24 AM

IMG_0648.JPG Brussel sprout and kielbasa Hash!


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Posted October 28, 2016 - 07:21 AM

Guess I am old fashioned and to stubborn to change but we ate lunch around 10 am.  Noon was dinner and 6 pm was supper.   Then the City Slickers came on the scene and messed everything up.  So now lunch is at noon and dinner is in the evening.  So what do they call the 10 am eats for the working people?  Especially during the haying season we would have lunch of sandwiches & coffee around 10am, dinner at noon, lunch again with sweets around 3pm and supper when we finished up in the evening.  So - that being said had home made chicken and noodles over home grown mashed potatoes and ate around 6:15 pm.  And that my friends was SUPPER. :poke:    :smilewink:    :thumbs:


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Posted October 28, 2016 - 07:24 AM

attachicon.gifIMG_0648.JPGBrussel sprout and kielbasa Hash!

That looks good! How do you do it?


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Posted October 28, 2016 - 10:04 AM

Guess I am old fashioned and to stubborn to change but we ate lunch around 10 am.  Noon was dinner and 6 pm was supper.   Then the City Slickers came on the scene and messed everything up.  So now lunch is at noon and dinner is in the evening.  So what do they call the 10 am eats for the working people?  Especially during the haying season we would have lunch of sandwiches & coffee around 10am, dinner at noon, lunch again with sweets around 3pm and supper when we finished up in the evening.  So - that being said had home made chicken and noodles over home grown mashed potatoes and ate around 6:15 pm.  And that my friends was SUPPER. :poke:    :smilewink:    :thumbs:

I grew up with breakfast dinner and supper in northeastern NC. If we ate at 10 AM, it would have been a snack. We did have lunch at school, in the lunch room, cafeterias came later.


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Posted October 28, 2016 - 04:16 PM

I grew up with breakfast, lunch and supper. And I still think that way.
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Posted October 28, 2016 - 06:29 PM

Dinner for me is also at noon!  Today it was at the farm, beef liver & onions. foil roasted tators over the camp fire & pickled beets.


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