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Old 02-11-2020, 06:31 PM
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Tonight will be a nice roast that has been simmering in the crock pot all day. Added onions, baby carrots and just added the fresh broccoli. No potatoes; those went to make fresh home made potato salad on Sunday.
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Gonna be quick and easy tonight. Bacon, eggs, sausage links, rye toast, and pancakes. Hmmm well that was the plan, but no veggie there. Better sautee up some green beans with minced garlic. That goes great with both bacon and eggs so it will fit in.

Working on my health this year and making sure there is at least one veggie every night. So far it's going good. Just got my last two teeth that needed it fixed, had a checkup at the Dr. for the first time in years yesterday, and I have lost 10lbs since late December along with cutting smoking more than in half.
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Tonight is grilled pork chops with BBQ sauce, country fried potatoes with onions and garlic, green beans with bacon and a green salad.
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Comfort food - it's different for everyone. Hubby isn't Native but growing up, he had plenty of friends who were. We both have a craving for "rez" food. Fried potatoes and hot dogs, white bread with yellow mustard and a Pepsi.
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What "rez" is hot dogs and fried potatoes "rez food"? Not knocking t; have a hankering to fire up the BBQ for some Hebrew Nationals.

Had some of the roast with carrots for lunch. IT auditors have decided to expand the scope of what they want to audit so getting away from network scan reports and asset management processes was a nice break. FML.......
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What "rez" is hot dogs and fried potatoes "rez food"?
Pick a tribe that got "commodities" and they probably ate that at least once a week. It was a break from cheese or PB sandwiches.
White bread and mustard were staples in the commodity boxes, everyone grew potatoes and a pkg of the cheapest hot dogs were .29. The Pepsi was the real splurge.
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Looks like we are going down the hill to the 'big town' to pick up a couple more base cabinets for the garage and to visit my 82 year old cousin in the hospital (she is doing well). After which we will be going somewhere for dinner.

I'm kinda thinking about going to Big Al's Drive-In, haven't been there in years. They have been around ever since I can remember, back in the late 50's.
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Honey Mustard Pizza. Turned out delicious and was very quick.

I used an already baked pizza shell. Spread some honey mustard sauce (Marzetti's is by far the best I have come across, and I am a sauce snob), covered with mozzeralla cheese and then opened a can of chicken breast chunks and sprinkled them on top.

Next time I'll roll the chicken in the honey mustard sauce, then remove it, add the cheese, and put the chicken back on top.
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Scrambled eggs with cheese, bacon, toast, and my sister's homemade fig preserves. I ate too much.
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Some of my meals I eat are almost an embarrassment on this thread. Last night was celery sticks with peanut butter . So tonight I splurged and had dynamite rolls freshly made at our only corner store in the valley
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Forgive the broken record repeat but after the initial purchase we had 21 lb.s to work through. So here we go again... Tonight was toaster oven broiled T-bone steak. 12 minutes a side, no pre-cook seasoning applied. The rest time was neglible as we were hungry. We added salt, I added steak sauce, the wife had some cottage cheese as a side.
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Bar S corndogs (the only ones that don't give me an instant migrane) and tater tots with chili and cheese. No dessert, as I had no room for it.
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Meat,steaks,fish,chicken and liver once a week. Zero carbs.
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I'm making field peas with snaps and cornbread (it's a southern thing)
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Tonight is the MILs night to visit and bring dinner. It's just her and I so she's picking up sushi. The boys are going to the range and out for hot wings and beer afterwards. She has a new SUV, we are planning the maiden road trip tonight. The top 2 contenders are The Crescent Hotel in Eureka Springs and 10 Thousand Waves in Santa Fe.
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I make a pretty good Chicken Milano with Garlic, Sun-Dried Tomatoes and fresh Basil. 🥘

A big salad with everything and bread. 🥗 🥖 🍷

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Ended up not going to the big town yesterday (cabinets weren't in and my cousin was feeling tired). So. we heated up a couple of Marie Calendar's turkey pot pies and had a green salad with them.

So tonight we will give the big town another try and Big Al's or In-N-Out.
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Fajitas tonight.
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Fajitas tonight.
Going to be shredded beef tacos here.
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As my Guyanese friends would say "de taint is on da house".
I'm cooking curry, this one is beef meatball or kofta. Sides are a chopped salad dressed with yogurt and mint, flatbread and hummus. Dessert is mango popsicles.
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