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We have leftover roast beef from last night. Tonight I'm making philly cheesesteak sliders, vinegar coleslaw and sweet potato tater tots, we still have leftover pie for dessert too.
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Tonight is sausage, peppers and onions in marinara sauce with pasta, mixed greens salad, Italian bread and later berries ( strawberry, blueberry and red raspberries) over short cake with whipped cream.
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There is nothing here anymore. A man cannot even by a pair of underwear within 100 miles. No joke. So, hitting Billings MT. Hotel, food, guns and clothes.
Sounds like Heaven.

Roasted chicken sandwiches with peanut sauce, pickled jalapenos and carrots, and cilantro. Sounds weird, but super delish.
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Leftover peach chicken from last night, rice, and salad.
Toll House cookies for dessert
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Grilled chicken thighs with Trader Joe's Kansas City style BBQ sauce and homemade potato salad.
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Jalapeno and Squash Fritters

Loosely based off of a few recipes I found online. I mixed and matched a bit.

1/3 c. cornmeal
1/4 c. flour
1 tsp salt
1/2 tsp pepper
1 tsp baking powder
2 eggs
1/2 c. bread crumbs
1/2 tsp italian seasoning
a bit of diced onion
1 c. of shredded cheese (I used cheddar)
Mix well

For squash, you'll want to chop and boil it so that it's soft, then mash it, drain any extra liquid from the mashing out, and then mix with the above.

For jalapenos, just slice and dice, then mix with the batter.

Scoop into hot oil and fry for 2-3 minutes.

I split the batter and did some with yellow squash and some with jalapenos. The squash was ok but I liked the jalapenos better.

If the batter is a bit wet (the squash was) let it sit in the fridge for 5-10 minutes.

Now I just need to find a good dipping sauce.

Next time I will probably add diced garlic or garlic powder.
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Jalapeno and Squash Fritters

Loosely based off of a few recipes I found online. I mixed and matched a bit.

1/3 c. cornmeal
1/4 c. flour
1 tsp salt
1/2 tsp pepper
1 tsp baking powder
2 eggs
1/2 c. bread crumbs
1/2 tsp italian seasoning
a bit of diced onion
1 c. of shredded cheese (I used cheddar)
Mix well

For squash, you'll want to chop and boil it so that it's soft, then mash it, drain any extra liquid from the mashing out, and then mix with the above.

For jalapenos, just slice and dice, then mix with the batter.

Scoop into hot oil and fry for 2-3 minutes.

I split the batter and did some with yellow squash and some with jalapenos. The squash was ok but I liked the jalapenos better.

If the batter is a bit wet (the squash was) let it sit in the fridge for 5-10 minutes.

Now I just need to find a good dipping sauce.

Next time I will probably add diced garlic or garlic powder.
Personally, I would give the squash a 3 minute par boil and deep fry it in the batter, I love me some fried squash!
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Old school - Steak & Salad.
T-Bone on the grill and mix green salad w/ plenty of blue cheese.
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Okay I had to google what a Tollhouse cookie was I am very thankful we live at this peak where food is relatively abundant .
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spaghetti carbonara and garden salad with a side of "holy crap i live in oregon"
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Okay I had to google what a Tollhouse cookie was I am very thankful we live at this peak where food is relatively abundant .
Ha! I did too the first time I heard of Tollhouse cookies on this site. When I hear Tollhouse I only think of the commercial brand by Nestle.

I grew up just knowing them as chocolate chip cookies. But thanks to this forum, I now know that some people call them Tollhouse cookies.
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Tamales tonight along with Spanish rice. Great meal for watching the Little League World Series.

May have to have Spam and cannolis tomorrow. Hawaii plays New Jersey. :-)
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Fish Tacos. Soft tortilla.. With a Garlic Lime cremo poured all over them. Tortilla chips and Cueso.

Cold beer to wash them down.

Good Lord it’s Hot. More cold beer. ��

Sprayed the grandkids with the garden hose. You should have heard the laughing.
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Zucchini surprise, haven't made it since the kids were little. Brown hamburger in a skillet with seasoned salt, add grated zucchini, cook until the squash is slightly heated, add shredded cheddar cheese and cover until the cheese is melted.
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We are having what we refer to as "pizza pasta". It's just what it sounds like. Cooked penne, add your choice of pizza toppings, enough sauce to keep it moist, pour into a greased shallow pan, top with plenty of cheese and bake until golden - with breadsticks on the side.
Some friends are joining us later for dessert - sliced peaches with homemade vanilla ice cream and caramel sauce.
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Found some previously smoked brisket in the freezer. That, along with mashed potatoes and a vegetable yet TBD. Should make for a great meal during the Cubs-Pirates game.
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Lemon pepper salmon on the grill, broccoli cheese rice and a salad.
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Center Cut Ribeye, painfully rare, and a Cobb salad with blue cheese and tomatoes.

Last of the sugar free chocolate cake. Ugh.

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One of my rare cooking days for a house guest and they are vegan, ( not I) so harvesting zucchini and purslane and chickweed and lambsquarters to make a pesto for zucchini noodles and making lentil stew and fried rosemary seasoned potatoes I dug from the garden last night. Best potato I ever had in my life last night, just butter, salt and pepper
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I’m staying indoors. OMG it’s hot here.

My version of Shrimp Scampi. I’m sure most cooks would be horrified.
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