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Sonya, can you describe the taste of lamb? I had it once, years ago, and it was rather.....goaty? smelling while it was roasting. I didn't cook it, we had it at a relative's house. It tasted goaty too. Does lamb usually have an unpleasant smell when cooking? I see so many recipes for it, and I do see it at Kroger, but I've never cooked it myself. I'm thinking if the time I had it years back was an aberration, I might try it again.
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Last night was baked chicken breast, rice and collard greens. Just recently tried collards and they are darn tasty! I figured they had to be tough and taste bad since Southerners traditionally boil them for 1.5 hours and add a ton of grease/flavorings, but even just lightly steamed with nothing on them they are really good! Better than spinach.
Steamed collard greens? That's blasphemy, lol
You need some cornbread and pepper juice to go with those collards

For desert, chocolate creme pie (crust from scratch) with heavy whipping cream. By this morning half the pie was gone, I am trying to gain a few pounds so a few slices after dinner and then again at 3 am seemed like a good plan.
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Tomorrow is shopping day so leftover chicken Marsala to use it up and gain some refrigerator space. I think it is time to buy another 25 pound chuck roll for more roasts (down to three in the freezer) and grind up some meat for canning another batch of meat sauce.
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Ended up having Mexican food. Surprise.

Not really, but it was good.
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Sandwiches tonight. Fresh roasted chicken with Swiss on bolillo rolls, potato salad, and canned asparagus. Later we snacked on peanut butter on Ritz crackers with a dollop of Orange Blossom Honey.
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It's a dreary, rainy day that calls for some comfort food - we are having sheppards pie, soda bread and blackberry cobbler.
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Stir fried vegetables with rice and tri-tip roast with a salad. Home made crustless pumpkin pie for dessert.
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Corned Beef! *yummy*
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Last night I heated up some homemade frozen turkey pot pies and had a green salad. I will make more for freezing after thanksgiving.
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Pizza! I must be getting lazy, because I had pizza last night too..
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Probably going out. Shoot some pool, drink some beer, eat wings and such. Don't know for sure yet. The wife is out tearing up some horse trails. We'll see when she gets home.

It may just be thawed out kielbasa and beans. I'm good with that also. She makes a great kielbasa and beans dish. And we make a lot of it and freeze bunches so we usually have some in the freezer.
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Tonight is homemade chicken noodle soup. We have leftover chicken stock that I made the other day and I pulled some leftover chicken cubes out of the freezer.
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Deli at home: Ruben Sandwiches, hot German potato salad, refrigerator pickles and snickerdoodle cookies.
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Barbecued Coon with roasted turnips, mustard and turnip greens. And maybe some roasted pumpkin, if I don't pick up anything else at the Battle of Camden reenactment today.
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I have homemade chili cooking, depending on whether anyone else shows up I plan on cooking hot dogs and/or Italian sausages and maybe mac and cheese.

As an aside, I had quite a bit of coleslaw leftover from fried chicken night, so I just got finished trying coleslaw fritters. Not bad, but I think deep fried like a hush puppy would cook them more thoroughly.
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Lentil and veggie soup with cornbread. For a cold winter’s night—our first snow of the season!


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I've already to swiss steak in the crock pot, we will have scalloped potatoes, green beans and biscuits on the side.
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Leftover beef roast and gravy from one of my own steers, mashed potatoes, green beans that I grew, and a few rolls.

Bought pineapple cream cheese kolaches for dessert. If I can wait that long.
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Barbecued Coon with roasted turnips, mustard and turnip greens. And maybe some roasted pumpkin, if I don't pick up anything else at the Battle of Camden reenactment today.
Coon, as in "rac-coon"?


DAMN! Only way I would ever eat racoon is if all of my other options ran out. Well, kinda.. there are some other nasty ass organisms out there like rats that would be hard for me to eat...
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