What's for Dinner......

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peameal bacon,
I do not know what that peameal bacon thing is, or is not.
Had faux bacon, that tasted ok, but you can tell the difference.
The same goes for the dog food bacon strips.

Yup, ARF! you can tell the difference, after a few chews... :rolleyes:
 
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I'm having fried boneless, skinless chicken breast with Lawry's Hawaiian sauce marinade with a side of mashed potatoes and cream style corn.
 
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peameal_bacon

Basically porkloin rolled in corn meal
Hi 2 Twenty 2, My husband and I looked all over for pork chops last week for dinner and found none because the plant was shut down due to the virus. The employees indicated that the plant was shut down temporarily so we had to pick something different for dinner. I was going to make breaded stuffed chops with a side of mashed potatoes and pork gravy, green bean casserole and peach cobbler.
 

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I don't do green food, so this makes up for it. I doctor them up with spices, onions and BBQ sauce. ;-) But, I guess that's why they make chocolate and vanilla ...
 

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Breakfast fare for dinner.

I got lucky...
in the fact the Boy brought me some farm fresh chicken eggs, laid this very morning.
Got them from friend that keeps chickens, in the back yard.
The best way to treat them, imho, is to fry them til the yolks are just molten, lava like - not runny per se, and surely not overdone.
A matter of a few seconds makes the difference between an oozing yolk and a drippy one.
Or a ruined one.

Lucky, as I prolly won't have the same molten result tomorrow...
But, along with some buttered toast, a portion of ham steak, some orange slices, coffee...
all that was missing was some sort of crispy hashbrown/onion infused fried potato type thingy.

But it's so rare that I cook fried eggs to perfection, nor have them so freshly laid... a treat I must brag about.
Now I have to wonder about a truly fresh roasted chicken dinner... :whistle:
 

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I made a roast (eye round) beef tonight. It went a tad beyond bloody rare, but it was still good.
 

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Tonight I'm treating myself to a Veal T-Bone steak that has a large portion of tenderloin on it that I just bought this morning. They were on sale and not too thick which is what I like because I can't BBQ it. I'll probably have carrots, turnips and rice or potatoes with it.
 

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