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pinto beans with chowchow, cheese corn bread, plantains

We now have a freezer full of grass fed beef (yum! I never want to eat Walmart meat again!!) and lamb and goat and chickens, so we have been eating a ton of meat lately, but today I just wanted something non meat
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I'm roasting a whole hen, more for the leftovers to make enchiladas than any other reason but tonight's dinner will be: Roast chicken, scalloped potatoes, peas and whole wheat rolls.
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Seared Cod Piccata fillets ( extra butter) with Pilaf Rice and salty lemony Artichoke Hearts.

Chardonnay and bowl of blueberries, raspberry and honey dew melon.

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Vietnamese grilled pork, rice, veggies

need to get some pigs next ! Price of ham is outrageous at the moment. I was looking at some in the store yesterday, none under $20
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Black eyed pintos, fried squirrel nads, buttery biscuit balls, greasy pork burgers, and candied spam.
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Black eyed pintos, fried squirrel nads, buttery biscuit balls, greasy pork burgers, and candied spam.
Made me laugh, reminded me of "Hey Grandpa, what's for dinner". Yum Yum.
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Grilled peppered salmon, homemade fries and reheated Brussels sprouts.
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Tacos, Spanish Rice, Refried Beans and....SLUSHY MARGARITAS. Hey, some places still have nice weather
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Tacos, Spanish Rice, Refried Beans and....SLUSHY MARGARITAS. Hey, some places still have nice weather
Yes, but it does get dark earlier than in the summertime.
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Yes, but it does get dark earlier than in the summertime.
Thatís true, but itís never to dark for SLUSHY MARGARITAS.
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Thatís true, but itís never to dark for SLUSHY MARGARITAS.
Absolutely! And I have rigged up an LED light for the BBQ grill so I can see what I am cooking.
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Made some delicious chicken breast in the instant pot.

I don't like it when you just put the breast in there, on the trivet, and pressure cook it. It's much too stringy.

I like it best when you use the saute feature and saute it on each side for 2-3 minutes, and then put it on the trivet with water or broth and then pressure cook it. Seems to turn out much better, in my opinion.

I couldn't decide on what sauce I wanted. So I had three bowls for dipping - one with some general tsao's, some with the rest of the home made honey mustard that I made last night, and the other with Marzetti's Honey Dijon. I think Marzetti's won for my favorite.
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Dilled Shrimp Salad with Olive Oil, Sour Cream and Cucumber. Melba Toast on the side.

Lemon infused Sparkling Water.
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Homemade pizza. Combination with sauce, mozzarella, pepperoni, sausage, onions, bell pepper, mushrooms, olives, a bit more mozzarella and a splash of EVOO.
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beef short ribs in the crock pot in a tomato, brown sugar and vinegar gravy served over mashed potatoes... 2 hours to go
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Market had sale on prime rib roasts, so Im gonna put it in the rotisserie. I will prepare a reduction for the meat and some cheesy polenta and green beans. Going all out cause my kids aren't around this weekend so we might as well eat like kings tonight. Oh yeah, some good Napa Cab for me....
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Dominoes and potluck for us tonight at a friends house. I'm making cherry-jalapeno meatballs and rice krispie treats.
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I havenít made this in a while.

Taco Spaghetti. One pot deal. Spaghetti noodles with tomatoes, taco seasoning, ground beef, green chili peppers and Mexican Blend cheese. Tortilla strips with a choice of sour cream, pico de gallo and pickled jalapeŮos.

As much beer as needed.

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im keeping it simple.. a 10oz marinated steak and a couple baked potatoes with sour cream
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I havenít made this in a while.

Taco Spaghetti. One pot deal. Spaghetti noodles with tomatoes, taco seasoning, ground beef, green chili peppers and Mexican Blend cheese. Tortilla strips with a choice of sour cream, pico de gallo and pickled jalapeŮos.

As much beer as needed.

We call ours Mexican spaghetti and make it with chicken
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