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Today 08:42 PM
Doc_Shane local mexican place- fajitas, it was good. It's just me and my adult son now so I treat us at least once a week.
Today 08:41 PM
Fred Nietzsche Old School:
Steak (RibEye on the Grill) Bake Potato and Broccoli.
Mini Bunt Cake Deserts
And a nice Cabernet...
Today 06:52 PM
NyteOwl
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Originally Posted by NCalHippie View Post
Holy cripes, that sucks, hopefully you are prepared. The longest I can remember being without power was five days back in the 1990 snow storm. It was interesting but we got by just fine.
We are ok, we didnít get any damage. Generator going, snacks in a cooler to avoid opening the fridge or freezers.

We have gas hot water and stove...so kind of an upgraded camping trip without the lake and fishing.

Rigged a quick laundry line for a couple of things that needed to be washed out, we also didnít loose water, so thatís a plus...just rough without air conditioning or a breeze when it gets still and itís hot and humid.

Some arenít projected to be up until next Wednesday.

We did have an out of state lineman crew here repairing the damage late this afternoon, but lines arenít energized to this section yet. But that was a good sign we are getting to the end of this round.
Today 05:56 PM
Potawami II Last nights pork steaks were so good I'm grilling more up tonight. Sides are going to be broccoli and then a mix of green beans, onions, and mushrooms fried in bacon grease.
Today 05:54 PM
NCalHippie
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Originally Posted by NyteOwl View Post
Power is still out..Dinty Moore...
Holy cripes, that sucks, hopefully you are prepared. The longest I can remember being without power was five days back in the 1990 snow storm. It was interesting but we got by just fine.
Today 05:47 PM
NCalHippie
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Originally Posted by Potawami II View Post
Sounds good, but I had to google it. Why didn't you just say you were grilling chicken?
Not if you are using chicken livers! Sounds interesting to me.
Today 05:40 PM
NyteOwl Power is still out..Dinty Moore...
Today 02:57 PM
Potawami II
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Originally Posted by spork154 View Post
Yakitori with teriyaki sauce
Sounds good, but I had to google it. Why didn't you just say you were grilling chicken?
Today 02:50 PM
dealfinder500 My version of Five Guys and Fries Cheese Veggie Sandwich. I'm not much of a burger guy and I don't like those "veggie burger type things". But this is delicious! It's been a long time since I've been in there, but I would go in and order the Cheese Veggie for like $3, and then all the extras were free... so extra cheese, extra grilled onions, extra grilled jalapenos, extra grilled mushrooms, extra lettuce, extra tomatoes. Often it would be so messy you'd have to eat it with a fork! That's how you know it's a good sandwich! haha!

So I made my own version for lunch. Delicious, and a good way to use up some fresh veggies from the garden.
Today 02:03 PM
spork154 Yakitori with teriyaki sauce
Today 12:16 PM
NCalHippie Smoked pork riblets, fried potatoes, artichokes and a salad.
Yesterday 08:26 PM
Hilltopper Grilled zucchini and tom yum soup
Yesterday 06:00 PM
NyteOwl Mountain House spaghetti with meat sauce
Yesterday 05:59 PM
NCalHippie
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Originally Posted by Potawami II View Post
My neighbor doesn't see very well anymore so he keeps his old double barrel 10ga goose gun loaded with buckshot next to the door. I stay the hell out of his tomato garden.
LOL, I don't have to go into my neighbor's garden, they have brought us over 30 pounds of tomatoes so far this year.
Yesterday 05:53 PM
Potawami II
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Originally Posted by NCalHippie View Post
Cheese burgers with lots of fixin's, including garden fresh heirloom tomatoes (from the neighbor's garden) and fries.
My neighbor doesn't see very well anymore so he keeps his old double barrel 10ga goose gun loaded with buckshot next to the door. I stay the hell out of his tomato garden.
Yesterday 04:06 PM
BigJim
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Originally Posted by Jojo View Post
Holly has me craving eggs. Now I will be adding some deviled ones to dinner tonight. We will also be having chicken club sandwiches and tomato soup.
Iíve been thinking about Scotch Eggs for a few days now. I just need Sausage. See Recipe board.

Yesterday 03:58 PM
NCalHippie Cheese burgers with lots of fixin's, including garden fresh heirloom tomatoes (from the neighbor's garden) and fries.
Yesterday 03:24 PM
Potawami II I'm throwing a couple pork steaks and a couple Hawaiian chicken breasts on the grill. Wife is making cream of asparagus soup to go with it.
Yesterday 11:47 AM
Jojo Holly has me craving eggs. Now I will be adding some deviled ones to dinner tonight. We will also be having chicken club sandwiches and tomato soup.
Yesterday 11:46 AM
Jojo
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Originally Posted by HollyMiller View Post
Well as for me, the easiest one is Frikadeller(like a meatballs). It is easy to make and very tasty
And also in my family it's common to cook Juleand(Christmas duck).

I love eggs!!! I tried to make them different ways. I wish to visit at least one American cities! Have never been here
1/2 my family is Irish, we also have duck or goose on Christmas with potato stuffing I love their eggs too, poached in a nice spicy broth on top of buckwheat noodles.
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