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Hey Grandpa, What's for Supper? Here's what's on the menu tonight:
Venison rolls with onions an' taters, with a good bowl of okra and t'maters, and a homemade light bread a-golden brown, and the strongest coffee there is around.
YUM! YUM!

Oh yea!
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Cornbread Chili Casserole. Was in Parade Magazine March 2010. Everyone loves it. We tweak it so it is usually different each time I make it. Very simple to make. Another favorite is Sumatran Beef Ragout which is out of The Williams Sonoma Cookbook. It is a curry dish using a beef roast such as chuck served over rice usually served with green beans, broc or Cauliflower. I usually make it mild for my daughter. It is cooked in a Dutch oven but I have also tailored it to the crock pot.
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Thanksgiving dinner, Spam and koolaid,for dessert,chiclets gum.
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I'm trying to use my preps in rotation more when cooking.

This week so far:

Sunday: Fresh pizza (homemade crust) with spinach from the garden, peppers and black olives. Hubby added pepperoni and onion on his. Salad from the garden.

Monday: Moroccan chicken using Augaston Farms dehydrated vegetarian chicken.

Tuesday: Can't remember.

Wednesday: Spaghetti and 'meat balls' using Augaston Farms dehydrated vegetarian beef. Salad from the garden.

Thursday: Grilled cheese using homemade bread. Salad from the garden.

Tonight: Homemade refried black-eyed pea enchiladas. The black eyed-peas are from dried beans and the tortillias are made from scratch (flour and coconut oil). Lots of easter candy that didn't fit in all the eggs I stuffed last night.

I just got into the Augaston Farms stuff and I'm experimenting a lot. I've also done sweet'n sour chicken, soft taco bake (like a mexican lasagna using tortilias), etc. Works great!
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Well so far this week I cooked Lasagna and tacos we had as leftovers Chicken stir fry, chicken with Artichoke hearts and peppers served over penne with a garlic butter sauce, I also pulled out the Greek Rice Pilaf from the freezer to finish it off.

Tonight we dine out YEAH
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Some really great recipes above. I liked the pork loin idea by Skully, the homemade pizza, and the suggestion of a good meatloaf, too.

Last night started out with a Greek salad with feta, black olives, and dressing. Next was mussels sautéed in sliced garlic and red sauce.... And last was a Philly style cheesesteak with fried onions, mushrooms, red peppers and hot cherry peppers on the side....
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Carne Picada cooked with a pat of butter and a light sauce mix of Valentinos Hot Sauce and a splash of milk, thats cooked in at the end. That is the base for tonights Tacos, since in my world damn near every night is Taco night.
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We're doing easy peasy tonight...Earl Campbell hot links, chips, salsa, and homemade guacamole. And some ice cold Sam Adams. It's lovely out this evening, so we're grilling!
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Well so far this week I cooked Lasagna and tacos we had as leftovers Chicken stir fry, chicken with Artichoke hearts and peppers served over penne with a garlic butter sauce, I also pulled out the Greek Rice Pilaf from the freezer to finish it off.

Tonight we dine out YEAH
Would you believe me when I say that your week menu was almost identical to mine??

Great ideas people! Thanks for sharing and lets keep this thread going!
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My kind of thread.

Friday night so it's whatever is in the fridge. The weekend is for cooking.

Tonight is salad. Lettuce, Spinach, Carrots, Onion, Mushrooms, Cheese, and Ham with a Honey Mustard Dressing. Add to that microwaved frozen Bean & Cheese Burritos with Hot Pace Picante.

I'm sure I'll find something else since it's all I've eaten all day.
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We're doing easy peasy tonight...Earl Campbell hot links, chips, salsa, and homemade guacamole. And some ice cold Sam Adams. It's lovely out this evening, so we're grilling!
Homemade guacamole is great with so many things....

It makes a great side to grilled chicken and if mixed 1 part to 2 parts of chunky blue cheese dressing for salad, it is awesome.
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Having company this evening and we're going to grill some chicken breasts (my favorite way--with nothing but McCormick's seasoning salt on them), potato salad, baked beans, and key lime pie I made with lime juice I froze from my home grown limes.
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New York strip on the grill.
But, first a salad with strawberry vinaigrette and some smoked gouda and brie.
A bottle of Edmeades 2011 zinfandel...after several beers whilst putting the back yard together, etc.
I am done. We are going out to Ft. Skully tomorrow to start cutting some wood. Molly, our new Golden Retriever will get her first run in the woods.

Does it get any better than this?
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Hubby is out with his brothers, tonight it's just me and the dog. We are about to have a diner of things he hates LOL
I made a couple of mini-meat loaves, one special for the dog. We'll share a baked potato I get the inside, she likes the peel. There is also Reeses 3 bean salad from a can and for desert, peaches from a can that both needed rotated out of the pantry.
We bought some ramen in a brand we hadn't see before, thank goodness we only bought a few, the seasoning is horrible. House Lo mein is on the menu for tomorrow, using only the noodles.
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Fresh from the oil Long John's. Sizzling hot fish filets, blister your mouth chicken planks, hot and sizzling fries and hushpuppies, really good coleslaw, and get this....an entire plate of their new deep fried ocra! Mmmmmmmmmmmmmm! Six chicken, three fish, large serving of fries, slaw, and hushpuppies. Me and the cats share it. Had a vintage 2013 Diet Coke to wash it down. The three left over chicken planks and the extra ocra will go into a jambalaya tonight along with the box of Jimmy Dean sausage links I just cooked.
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For some reason, when I read the thread title, I had a HeeHaw flashback.

Were having oven baked chicken (like fried, but healthier), potato salad, green beans, biscuits, and slaw. For dessert, we having "nanner puddin".
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Since it's snowing, the crockpot is calling to me!

I've got some chix breasts sitting out so I'm thinking a Mediterranean style bake with artichokes, olives, and tomatoes served over homemade noodles sounds pretty good.
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I've been meaning to make some skillet enchiladas. Haven't tried that recipe before but it looks interesting and easy.
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Another day, another dinner. Tonight - stuffed peppers wrapped in bacon, greenbeans, and wifey's homemade whipped jello surprise. Yum, yum.
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