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    Its OK, he is just cooking with garden implements.
    Come to the dark side, we have pudding.


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    In my defense my computer is in the shop, so I'm typing this with my thumbs on a phone

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    Be strong TB be strong. We all have been here. Merry Christmas anyhoe


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    Quote Originally Posted by DSJohnson View Post
    Be strong TB be strong. We all have been here. Merry Christmas anyhoe


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    Ha!

    By amusing coincidence, my mother gave me a bag of duck spice from Newfoundland. Before, as luck would have it, the duck went in the oven. Should be a meal worth eating.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DSJohnson
    Merry Christmas anyhoe


    Now that right there is funny I don't care hoe you are. God bless them little pygmy ducks down there in New Guinea.

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    Who knew that Daisy was that kind of duck.


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    Thought you'd pull this thread out of the grave
    Supper tonite. Deer roast in garlic onions and mushrooms in a brown gravy. Fried cabbage and garlic. Sweet potatoes in brown sugar and maple syrup

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    Looks yummy.
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    Looks real good! I'm on another flippen diet. Just 10 pounds but, dang! I'd eat something nasty right now.

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    Default Bread

    IMG_0841.jpg made a couple loaves

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    Home made bread?

    I guess you blew the he!! out of that new diet!

    I did not cook anything today, ate at the buffet with the "Liar's club", but yesterday I did brew up a big kettle of green beans w/onions and seasoned with smoked bacon. About time they finished I dumped in a box of Uncle Ben's wild rice and it turned out pretty good.

    I will have that with left over meat loaf for tomorrow night.
    Come to the dark side, we have pudding.

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    ...and the next night and the next night and the.....

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    We were hit by the hurricane today. 2 inches of rain and no way to work outside, so I went on a cooking binge late i the day.

    Meat loaf, mashed potatoes and biscuits smothered in butter for supper.
    Come to the dark side, we have pudding.

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    A few days ago I made grilled chicken. We had broccoli and taters with it. Tonight , we had the grilled chicken with three cheese rice. I'm thinkin' about adding a can of 'mater soup with the chicken and rice . Any ideas? Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rebel View Post
    A few days ago I made grilled chicken. We had broccoli and taters with it. Tonight , we had the grilled chicken with three cheese rice. I'm thinkin' about adding a can of 'mater soup with the chicken and rice . Any ideas? Thanks.
    I'd add undiluted mushroom soup and some pan seared sliced mushrooms.

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    Be cause of work I don't through the week, I do it all on the weekend so I can come home and just have to warm something up. I spent all day Sunday smoking a big pork shoulder roast over mesquite. Last night's supper was a melt in your mouth pulled pork sandwich, potato salad, Cole slaw and a big cold cured dill pickle. For desert I made a big chocolate milk shake.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BENESSE View Post
    I'd add undiluted mushroom soup and some pan seared sliced mushrooms.
    Yea, I can almost taste it. Thanks. Good to hear from you too.

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    Cold wet miserable day with the remnants of hurricane Irma upon us here in North KY.

    I woke up, looked out the window, saw how miserable it was and started a big pot of chicken stew before I ate breakfast.

    It is in the slow cooker and will be ready by evening.
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    Come to the dark side, we have pudding.

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