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What is everyone eating tonight!

gunseller

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Looks like some kind of steak and taters on the barby tonight. Slice taters in slabs and put some olive oil on each side with seasoning of your choice. Then grill until done over low heat. Almost as good as steak. Top everything with an adult beverage or 3 and llife is good.
Steve
 

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Used an old Cabelas gift card I found from Xmas and bought an electric meat grinder. No more cranking my ass off with Grannie's old hand grinder. Time to knock out some Noah's Ark Burgers

From working antique to kitchen ornament


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And I thought you were going green to save the planet for some one that has been using an electric grinder all their lives.
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Big Lew

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It's been green salads with a variety of veggies and raspberries thrown in as the main
course accompanied by either cod or haddock for the last 3 days. Don't know about
this 'eating healthy' thing...doesn't fill a body up like meat, potatoes, green peas all
covered in rich salty gravy which in turn is smothered in ketchup.
 

CanuckShooter

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Chicken breast sauteed in mushroom soup and sliced rooms...served on a bed of rice [sprinkled with cajun seasoning] and a side of brussel sprouts slathered with real butter and a sprinkle of salt. LOL and washed down with of all things...chocolate milk.
 

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Chunk of Moose Sirloin (on the Barbee after marinating), Garlic Scapes & Spare Gooses (earliest the garlic has ever produced these!) and either baby taters 'n onions or pasta...

Cheers,
Nog

PS: MERLOT!!
 

Big Lew

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Am cleaning out my pantry. Found 8 jars of canned purple plums and 9 jars of pickled beets
that were both 4 years old but still taste alright. They have lost some of their great flavour so
I've thrown them out. Apparently if the seals haven't be violated, home canned goods can be
safe for many years. With it just being me, it doesn't make too much sense to go to all the trouble
of canning. There are other bottled foods in the pantry that I might find to be even older once
I get back to them.
 

Bow Walker

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Pineapple belongs on a dessert plate or in a drink - definitely NOT on a pizza.

Never was a fan of fruit in or on my savory foods.....


Berries in salads? :Na-ahh:
 

IronNoggin

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Great Inspiration Foxey!
Crab, prawns, squid & halibut seafood pasta tonight.
With a splash if her favorite beeno of course... :Oh Yeah!:

Cheers,
Nog
 

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Yes Dan, A Bud for me and Pinko Gringo(sp :yeah, right:) for CC. You think I'm delusional??? 2 crab left over. Thinking Crab omelets tonight
 

Bow Walker

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Rib Eye Roast on the rotiss as I type. Partially frozen still so it should come out nice and red-to-pink (sorry Dave) in the middle.... Almost done for an early din-dins.

Tender, whatever way you cook them.

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Of course there is the absolutely necessary grape juice. This one stands up very well to the rich, robust flavors of a Prime Rib.....

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gunseller

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BW that looks worth eating. The juice coming out of it says it is moist. Yea I could eat about the whole thing in one setting.
Steve
 

wideopenthrottle

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It's Fiddlehead Time!!!


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Combined with a young whitetail sirloin steak and home-made garlic pasta, a meal fit for a King!


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Cheers!
Nog
how were you able to stop eating long enough to get a picture half way through the meal......I would have had trouble stopping to take a breath in the middle of that scrumptious looking plate ...heheheheh
 
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