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Chicken in rice with a tomato sauce and mushrooms. Green beans and a green salad as sides.
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Scrambled egg sandwich tonight. Not too creative, I know..
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Scrambled egg sandwich tonight. Not too creative, I know..
But plenty yummy!
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Home made pizza tonight!!!!
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I had to invite my parents over for supper to brag about my new instant pot. Made chicken breast, mashed potatoes, and stuffing. Mom and dad brought dinner rolls.

I learned you can make a decent gravy with just chicken broth and flour.

It turned out very well.
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Two inch thick center cut Costco sourced pork loin with smoked bourbon salt and smoked garlic seasoning. Broiled 25 minutes per side. The well done pork was flavorful but a bit overcooked. There was some moistness left but more would have been better. Less cooking might have produced a more tender end product. Stay tuned.
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Lazy.

Cut up a deer backstrap, set some in a bowl with seasonings and then tossed them on the top of the wood cookstove for a couple min.


Don't worry, it's self cleaning. (Its burned off already)
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Chicken Quesadillas with little red chilis and cheese brushed with butter. Sour cream, guacamole and pico de gallo. Black beans with more cheese.

Beer with salt.

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Tonight we are having: Pasta salad - lemon chicken - corn on the cob and banana pudding.
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Making lemon garlic shrimp with linguini noodles, sauteed zucchini and mushrooms and a green salad.
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Chinese again, from a bag from ALDI. Bake the chicken, add the sauce. Made some rice to go with it (real rice this time, not instant).

Delicious!
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Broiled boneless skinless chicken thighs seasoned with Bourbon flavored smoked garlic seasoning and a dash of Cajun seasoning. I added Carolina Gold BBQ sauce and it had me wishing for a bigger portion.
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Yesterday was Mexican at our favorite Mexican place. Tonight will be smoker time. ribs and chicken. Chicken will be turned into pulled chicken and some of that frozen.

Looking ahead to Thursday; the turkey will be smoked.
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Trying something new. Garlic Soup.

Garlic, celery, parsley branches, sage, thyme, bay leaf and saffron.

Itís supposed to be pretty healthy and healing.

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Trying something new. Garlic Soup.

Garlic, celery, parsley branches, sage, thyme, bay leaf and saffron.

Itís supposed to be pretty healthy and healing.

Do you roast the garlic first? Either way, it sounds like something I want to try making.
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Do you roast the garlic first? Either way, it sounds like something I want to try making.
I was going to and then mash it.
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I was going to and then mash it.
I would be tempted to do both. Roasted, for the background taste and just a clove or two minced fine for a bit of kick.
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Trying something new. Garlic Soup.

Garlic, celery, parsley branches, sage, thyme, bay leaf and saffron.

Itís supposed to be pretty healthy and healing.

We had carrot soup in Kenya. It was very good. Not sure how the chef prepared it but everyone remarked how good it tasted.
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Making hamburgers for dinner tonight on French rolls because that is what needs used up. Also making a small batch of fries. I figured out how to make decent fries without heating up a half gallon of oil. I pour about 1/4" of oil in a 10" cast iron square skillet and cook them on one side until golden and turn them over and do the same on the other side.
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Making hamburgers for dinner tonight on French rolls because that is what needs used up. Also making a small batch of fries. I figured out how to make decent fries without heating up a half gallon of oil. I pour about 1/4" of oil in a 10" cast iron square skillet and cook them on one side until golden and turn them over and do the same on the other side.
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.
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