Whats for dinner???

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  1. JLA

    JLA Well-Known Member

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    Were having "Salad" (salad was the name of our red angus steer)

    T-Bones, Burgers, and Becks Broiled taters, and I think shes got some corn and green beans on the stove...mmmm:)

    Sorry Beth :D
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    I forgot the pics :D

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  3. BETH

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    any onions in those tators
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    nope, just some of our special seasonings and EVOO
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    i'll be right over, set another place

    i had left over steak and baked potato, last night i did cornish hens they were so skinny i was still hungry after i ate
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    hmm, I aint prepared any chicken in awhile, the wife usually does the poultry, she makes some killer baked chicken with a garlic butter baste. The skin is so good my daughter will pull all of it off and put it on her plate...
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    that's the best part
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    I know, I gotta beat her into the kitchen when the wife says dinners ready...
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    We had fried red fish tonight and my daughters boy friend cooked up some fried pickels. First time for that. Interesting and not bad.
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    i want to try pickles, hows the red fish strong?

    any of you use allspice? Is it hot?
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    awesome. i had vegetable soup, a sammich and sweet tea
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    sweet tea?????

    Ok John what is sweet tea
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    Sweet tea is an old southern tradition - regular brewed tea with way too much sugar in it.

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    JLA slow Elk [ cows] taste funny and the meat smells gamey. We sell the cows to the meat market. We eat Elk the real meat. Sweet tea is fine I may have to drink it when I wear out. I like some Wild Turkey 101 with ny Elk steak.;):D
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    We had salmon croquettes, sweet peas, and sliced new potatoes!
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    I grow my own Cornish X chickens. This one was 8 lbs. processed. Guaranteed you won't go hungry with one of these.

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    ......and here is dinner from above chicken.

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    Try those potatoes with an onion and you have my favorite dish with steak, Lyonnaise Potatoes.

    Here's what I had:

    Beef & Cheese Enchiladas with Spanish Rice
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    I am getting hungry looking at pictures-send me a cornish hen will ya
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    Pickles: I was not watching too hard but he took some flour and seasoned it. He did something with egg yokes and made a beer batter out of the whole thing. He dipped the pickles in the batter and fried.

    Red fish: Are you asking if it has a strong fishy tast? We catch our own and freeze it in water. I notice that fish pick up a fishy tast if you let it get freezer burn. Yuck! I cant eat it like that. Red fish has a firm flesh and can be used in a variety of dishes becuase of that. You can make a court bouillion, fry, bake, blacken, broil, or even put it on the pit. In fact i have some dishes in the cooking forum you can check out. I'll see if i can find it.

    here it is

    http://www.thefirearmsforum.com/showthread.php?t=67747

    http://www.thefirearmsforum.com/showthread.php?t=67752
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