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Posted April 11, 2018 - 06:09 PM

Last night we went to the local Brew Hub and had the Polish special, 2 kinds of Perogies and a big link of Kielbasa with fried saurkraut.post-3984-0-44218500-1523487916.jpg

Then we had this to wash it down.post-3984-0-96321500-1523488031.jpg

And as you can see I took the pics with my phone so they are upside down dagnabit.

But it was food for the gods all right.

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Posted April 15, 2018 - 04:09 PM

Tonight is Pinto's w/ham, fried taters w/onion, and cornbread! Tomorrow, I'll be jet propelled!

 

 

 

EDIT: AWESOMESAUCE!


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Posted April 16, 2018 - 01:13 PM

Fishing season is still open on the stocked trout lakes north of us, and my son has been out and doing what he can to lower the population of Rainbows.  He brought me a beautiful three pounder, so last night's feast was baked Rainbow trout, rubbed with lemon pepper and butter, and finished off under the broiler until the skin was bubbly and golden brown.  Accompanied by fresh fried potatoes with crushed garlic, onions and chopped red peppers, (fried in butter of course), green beans from last summer's garden, and mixed salad of Romaine lettuce, green onions, cucumbers, cauliflower and bright orange peppers.  Dessert was, as Kenny mentioned,  corn bread .  Some like it broken into a bowl with cream and maple syrup, I prefer mine warm with butter melting into it. Number one son left here stuffed to the gills, and I didn't even think about cleaning up the kitchen until this morning.


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Posted April 16, 2018 - 06:28 PM

Fishing season is still open on the stocked trout lakes north of us, and my son has been out and doing what he can to lower the population of Rainbows.  He brought me a beautiful three pounder, so last night's feast was baked Rainbow trout, rubbed with lemon pepper and butter, and finished off under the broiler until the skin was bubbly and golden brown.  Accompanied by fresh fried potatoes with crushed garlic, onions and chopped red peppers, (fried in butter of course), green beans from last summer's garden, and mixed salad of Romaine lettuce, green onions, cucumbers, cauliflower and bright orange peppers.  Dessert was, as Kenny mentioned,  corn bread .  Some like it broken into a bowl with cream and maple syrup, I prefer mine warm with butter melting into it. Number one son left here stuffed to the gills, and I didn't even think about cleaning up the kitchen until this morning.

That sounds so good! Especially the buttered cornbread!


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Posted April 16, 2018 - 09:54 PM

Cioppini (seafood stew) and fries. I DID NOT CATCH THE MUSSELS OR SHRIMP... Carrot cake with cream cheese icing topped with black and blueberries compote(#1 son GF made the dessert)

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Posted May 03, 2018 - 10:27 AM

I "took the tops off" my last two roosters yesterday, so tonight's supper will feature chicken soup with dumplings. These were chicks that my Banty hen hatched out last summer so are a far cry from roasting birds, fit for soup only.  I boiled them up for three or four hours, then added  carrots, celery, garlic, potatoes and onions and added just a touch of poultry seasoning and a couple of Bay Leaves. Today I'll bag and freeze most of it for quick meals when things get hectic around here later on, but tonight it's soup and dumplings, the light, fluffy kind.


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Posted May 23, 2018 - 02:53 PM

Dinner tonight!

Steelhead trout are running up all our creeks and rivers in town. Neighbour kid landed this brute and offered to me.  :smilewink:  He was rightfully proud of the size.

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Posted May 23, 2018 - 03:11 PM

Trout prepared properly is some tasty morsels! Enjoy! I'm stuck with catfish down here!


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Posted May 26, 2018 - 05:45 PM

Since it's a holiday, I fired up the grille for the 3 of us (me, myself & I). Cooked up some tasty tube steak (all beef). Opened a can of baked beans and I am enjoying it!

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Posted May 31, 2018 - 10:33 AM

Like most every day this week, at least one meal features asparagus...lots of asparagus. Tonight big fat spears will be wrapped in lightly fried bacon and in turn tucked in biscuit dough and baked.


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Posted October 09, 2018 - 03:21 PM

Since Monday was Thanksgiving up here, today features leftover turkey sandwiches with lots of mayo and wild highbush cranberry jelly. I love a good sandwich, but here's what we had on Thanksgiving.  

     The meal started my own invention, Turhamkey.  I stuff a home grown turkey with a small home cured and smoked ham, this year provided by my son who is a fabulous cook in his own right. The gravy made from turhamkey is beyond belief, just enough smoky saltiness added to the turkey flavour to make whipped potatoes into something heavenly. Then there's the home grown peas, the fresh carrots caramelized with brown sugar and butter, the sweet raw onions in vinegar and sugar, sliced garden tomatoes, dill and sweet pickles, regular bread stuffing fragrant with celery, onions and spices, warm fresh buns, and dessert of pumpkin pie with whipped cream.  We waddled to the living room with our mugs of after dinner coffee and watched goofy movies 'til bedtime. A perfect Thanksgiving with both my boys and their families to share it with.


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Posted October 09, 2018 - 04:07 PM

We are have beans and cornbread with fried taters down here!


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Posted October 16, 2018 - 07:13 PM

Don't know what she called it but it had ground beef, pinto beans, red beans, and don't know what else but it darn sure was good on buttered bread.  Had to go back for another 1/2 slice of bread with it.


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Posted October 16, 2018 - 07:24 PM

Baked pork tenderloin glazed with current jelly & spices, sliced potatoes baked with butter & spices, & mixed peas & carrots.
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Posted October 17, 2018 - 06:08 PM

Don't have any idea she has hollered "Foods Ready" yet. Then the dog and I both "belly up".


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