What's for Dinner......

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I roasted a chicken. Not a great idea in this heat, but it was race night and I needed something easy to cook.
 

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Homemade meat loaf with cream corn and rice.
 

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Appetite's been off lately, so I cleaned out the fridge, big time.
I hate wasting food, but a 10 day old pizza...nah.
Left wondering what's for dinner...

Huzzah! :)
Alliteration ensues!;) :rolleyes:

The Boy smoked on his pit a large bone-in pork butt (shoulder) overnight and brought me a present of the particularly perfectly cooked hand pulled pork that was the perfect portion for my plate.
Perhaps it was providence that provided that particular package, but I profess this product gave me pride in the way it was prepared, and no problem with pleasing my palate.
Perhaps his procedure was primarily programmed by this parent, but he's persisted (with his own particular preferences) to persuade me that he can proceed without penalty.

I shouldn't start on the Boy's basic beliefs in BBQ and basting sauces...
best leave that for his B-day :giggle:
 
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🥪 Cucumber sandwich salt and pepper to taste
🥗 Salad with three cheese ranch dressing
🍼 Bottle of water with a 🍺 beer chaser
 
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Last night we ended up just ordering subs from a local sub shop. Really good Philly cheese steak sub!
That sounds really good. My husband and I love it so much it's our favorite! :)

We had chicken nuggets with sweet and sour sauce and beer battered fries tonight.
 
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Appetite's been off lately, so I cleaned out the fridge, big time.
I hate wasting food, but a 10 day old pizza...nah.
Left wondering what's for dinner...

Huzzah! :)
Alliteration ensues!;) :rolleyes:

The Boy smoked on his pit a large bone-in pork butt (shoulder) overnight and brought me a present of the particularly perfectly cooked hand pulled pork that was the perfect portion for my plate.
Perhaps it was providence that provided that particular package, but I profess this product gave me pride in the way it was prepared, and no problem with pleasing my palate.
Perhaps his procedure was primarily programmed by this parent, but he's persisted (with his own particular preferences) to persuade me that he can proceed without penalty.

I shouldn't start on the Boy's basic beliefs in BBQ and basting sauces...
best leave that for his B-day :giggle:
Ugg! RT! You wasted food? I hate it when people waste food. lol
 

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I made what we call California Roast, basically a pot roast in cream of mushroom soup, slow cooked for several hours. Made egg noodles to go with it, along with the very small, young peas (generic LeSueur). That's about the only green thing I like.
 

RT

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Ugg! RT! You wasted food? I hate it when people waste food. lol
Me too Tina, but - >phew!< For a minnit there I thought you were going to say you hated my alliteration in that post ;)

I have one of those food saver vacuum sealer devices, which is absolutely great for the freezer, but it doesn't work on everything.
 

RT

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the very small, young peas (generic LeSueur). That's about the only green thing I like.
"Petite" peas I say, n'est pas? Frozen superior to canned, IF you can't get fresh ones in the pod - very short season here.
And I'm glad to hear you admit liking something green Mark :)
Other than trees or maybe pickles, and what ever you wear on St Patrick's Day :giggle:
 

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Nothing special chicken curry with sauce. It's really an interesting dinner for me.
Hello Thomas!
To sort of flip what you said, I think anything interesting to eat is special (y)
Curry is a bit of mystery to me, there are so many variations...
which is :cool:
 

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