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    Oh and we had roast turkey, cauliflower cheese and roast veg. Baked apples and homemade custard sauce for pudding.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Winnie View Post
    PS, add some herbs to the dumpling mix!
    These Herbs?


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    put a London Broil in the crock pot about 4:30 am, covered with potatoes, carrots, and butter beans. Put a can of beef gravy over it, and 2 cups of beef brothe and a handful of chopped onions. Should be falling apart shortly, served with Portugese rolls and all is right with the world
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    cast iron / blacksmith / home-brew tasting jamboree?

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    Home brew? I haven't tried that, Still... It sounds interesting. I have a friend that knows some amazing tricks with peaches, dandelions, apples.... Still.. hasn't shown me how he does it. Something I've been interested in.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pal334 View Post
    served with Portugese rolls.......
    You can still get a dozen of them for under two bucks around here. I remember when they were 35 cents a dozen.........

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pal334 View Post
    put a London Broil in the crock pot about 4:30 am, covered with potatoes, carrots, and butter beans. Put a can of beef gravy over it, and 2 cups of beef brothe and a handful of chopped onions. Should be falling apart shortly, served with Portugese rolls and all is right with the world
    That sounds good, slow cooking. mmmmm Comfort food. I'm ready for a food coma just reading these.
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    The rolls are 35 cents each down here, but worth every penny.

    Yup comfort food and will be even better for lunchtomorrow
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pal334 View Post
    The rolls are 35 cents each down here, but worth every penny.

    Yup comfort food and will be even better for lunchtomorrow
    Big Portuguese population in Jersey. Same in Mass, R.I., Conn, Cali., and Hawaii.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pal334 View Post
    The rolls are 35 cents each down here, but worth every penny.
    Try them with some of that hard Sao Jorge Cheese.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pal334 View Post
    put a London Broil in the crock pot about 4:30 am, covered with potatoes, carrots, and butter beans. Put a can of beef gravy over it, and 2 cups of beef brothe and a handful of chopped onions. Should be falling apart shortly, served with Portugese rolls and all is right with the world
    You can almost smell it way over here. MMmmm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ken View Post
    Try them with some of that hard Sao Jorge Cheese.

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    Just don't go breathing around anyone else for a few days.

    No doubt it would be good. We have property in Puerto Rico for many years, so we are partial to queso de pais". But it all is good
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    And it does smell heavenly in my office here at the house Glad the wife is out for the day with her church
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pal334 View Post
    And it does smell heavenly in my office here at the house Glad the wife is out for the day with her church
    Hmmm....and while she was gone, I noticed that you didn't use any bread, milk, or eggs in your recipe. LOL
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    Ignoring Mr. 2d's jealous jab,
    May I report that my repast was splendid. I even graciously shared some with a fellow gourmet neighbor.
    Now I shall sit back with my pipe and a glass of wine and gloat a bit
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pal334 View Post
    Ignoring Mr. 2d's jealous jab,
    May I report that my repast was splendid. I even graciously shared some with a fellow gourmet neighbor.
    Now I shall sit back with my pipe and a glass of wine and gloat a bit
    OK....I'm a little jealous.......It did sound pretty dang good!
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    As a CYA though, I did save her a little bit Just to show here that I am more than just a pretty face. I am still on probation for the , well you know the incident
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    Ding goes the timer

    Yuuummm,

    Ken, couldn't wait any longer.

    Thats all I'm saying.
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    Getting ready to throw a New York steak on the grill , Its a beautiful evening,, 68 degrees,,, I will have that, a salad and maybe a baked potato ,, or maybe some corn,,,,,, Oh and Another Beer !

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    Quote Originally Posted by gryffynklm View Post
    Ding goes the timer

    Yuuummm,

    Ken, couldn't wait any longer.

    Thats all I'm saying.
    I just merged onto Route 64.
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