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    Sounds like you are an impatient patient.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Rick View Post
    Sounds like you are an impatient patient.
    well its only 3:20 pm here so i guess i can wait awhile

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    3:20? Jerusalem artichokes! It's beer time!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rick View Post
    3:20? Jerusalem artichokes! It's beer time!
    huh ????....

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    I haven't been cooking a whole lot lately, but here are a couple from last week:

    Non-fried chicken

    I used the Hungry Girl method - coated in Fiber One crumbs.

    It was a tasty coating, but it got soggy in spots. I don't know if the chicken was too wet or the crumbs too fine. Either way, I ended up putting them under the broiler for a minute or so on each side.

    On the side, a celery root and carrot puree, and some asparagus.

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    Arizona "Baked Beans"

    Homegrown tepary beans, simmered in homemade chicken stock, with some country ham, cayenne, sage, onions, garlic, and for that little touch of sweetness -- a little bit of that mesquite bean syrup I made.

    Oh man are these good, and just about all of it is homegrown or homemade.

    Served with a hot buttered tortilla - yum!

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    Oops! Forgot one. From Saturday:

    Pork chop on roasted tomato and goat cheese polenta, with zucchini.

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    GS,, On The AZ Beans pic,,, I was going to a party where I was supposed to bring a dish,, I forgot all about it,, anyway,, In a panic, looking through the cupboard I found a big can of bushes baked beans,,,,, In the freezer I had a 1/2 pound of Carne Asada,,, SO,, I grilled up the meat and chopped it all up and mixed it with the baked beans, then baked it all for a bit,,, Well,, The Dish Was a BIG HIT,, IT was delicious ! Now whenever there is a family party I am asked to make my Beans !! ,,, ok now I'm hungry !

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    I made venison stir fry over noodles.

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    Pizza. Grilled chicken with tomato and feta cheese.
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    Dang Reb, That looks pretty good !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Justin Case View Post
    Dang Reb, That looks pretty good !
    It was. One slice left, if you want it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rebel View Post
    It was. One slice left, if you want it?
    LOL,,, Hmmmmm,,,, ok

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    Venison Tacos w/ onion, tomato, cilantro and lettice....inside those flat bottom taco shells. GF and her son will be here so I made sure I cooked up enough seasoned venison....since I have turned Jackson and his mom onto venison and rabbit meats, he cannot stand beef and other store bought meats.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OhioGrizzLapp View Post
    I made venison stir fry over noodles.
    I do that alot....I like the penne ricate noodles best...............BH51

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    Default Beans & Greens

    with a little corn bread.

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    Yum, reb!!! What's that fish you got there?

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    Corn bread fish.
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    Yep. A corn bread fish.

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    What kinda bait did you use to catch those?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BENESSE View Post
    What kinda bait did you use to catch those?
    Well CORN of course.....
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