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Do you have an air fryer? I use that for french fries and they come out very crispy. Mine is a small, store brand one, so maybe that has something to do with it, but it does not do meats well - they seem to taste like they were microwaved. But I am also not a huge meat eater and can be very picky.

I have done the partial skillet method for cheesesticks. I'll have to try it with fries and see how I like them. I learned not do do cheesesticks in the air fryer... if one of them leaks, it's quite a pain to clean up.
I would like to give an air fryer a try but right now we are living in a travel trailer while our house is being rebuilt after the Camp Fire and have very limited storage space.
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Had a huge bowl of red beans and rice with Tasso and La sausage (proper meats make or break a dish, I'm not ready to make my own for a couple more years.) for lunch.

Trying something new, have read about people dehydrating it, so I'm trying to.

Probably have more for dinner, or I might eat more deer meat.
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Rotisserie chicken sandwich, cheddar cheese chunks, green grapes, ruffled potato chips, and a big glass of milk.
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1 pkg chicken stovetop stuffing,
1 can Crider brand white chicken,
1 can Prego Alfredo sauce,
1/2 can of peas (or your preferred veggie).
COST: $4/Dollar Tree/Serves 4-6
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Cold weather coming so, potato soup and grilled ham and cheese sandwiches sounds good.
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Made the rest of that Chinese from ALDI. I used the leftover rice from before to make fried rice. The rice needs a little tweaking but it was still very good.
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Salmon Croquettes and Deviled Egg Spread with Horseradish. Green Beans and Mushrooms.

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I rotated the short-term pantry and found some items that expire before the end of the year. That included a can each of bamboo shoots and water chestnuts. I'm going to add some more veggies and a bag of frozen shrimp to make a stir-fry.
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When I make Chili I make a huge pot, then vacuum bag and freeze portions for quick meals. Last night it was Chili Dogs which are one of our favorites.
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Leftover Salmon Croquettes with Deviled Egg Horseradish spread with Arugula and piled high with Purple Onions on a toasted English Muffin.

Creamy Macaroni Salad and steamed Broccolini.

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Homemade beef enchiladas with rice and refried beans.
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Salmon Croquettes and Deviled Egg Spread with Horseradish. Green Beans and Mushrooms.

I don't like most seafood but salmon croquettes sound pretty good. Did you make it out of canned salmon?

Dinner today: schnitzel, smashed potatoes and peas, very simple
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Simmered Uncle John's Pride mild smoked sausage with baby yukon gold potato slices.
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I don't like most seafood but salmon croquettes sound pretty good. Did you make it out of canned salmon?

Dinner today: schnitzel, smashed potatoes and peas, very simple
Yes. For Croquettes, canned salmon is just easier.
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Keeping it light tonight.

Deli sliced Ham, Baby Spinach, Sliced Tomato with Shredded Mozzarella, Kalamata Olives, 5 Ritz Crackers and Honey Dew Melon. Drizzled with Zesty Italian Dressing.

Lemon infused Sparkling Water.

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Using up some of the canned goods we received after the Camp Fire. Found a can of Vietti beef stew and going to give it a try. Garlic sourdough bread and a green salad to go with it.
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Broiled in the toaster oven rare ribeyes, no rest time allowed, no seasoning except for a light touch of salt. No sides. Dessert for me was two slices of homemade onion and parmesan cheese bread with margarine. The steak was so tender that cutting required only a single draw of the knife. Cutting with a fork may have been possible but more time consuming.
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We spent the day prepping for the big feast tomorrow and hubby went out for dinner. There is a new place down by TU that makes the best burritos we have ever had. I had the Texan with Adobo chicken, potatoes, onions, peppers and cheese and a MX coke to wash it down.
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Just the wife myself and a friend of hers today,

Turkey
home made stuffing
mashed spuds and gravy
green bean casserole
corn
crescent rolls

and the wife just got done with a cheesecake for dessert
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Going to our youngest son's house for afternoon dinner. He is cooking the turkey and whatever else they choose to make. I am making dinner rolls and sweet potato casserole and my wife is making homemade cranberry sauce.
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