Whats for dinner???

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  1. BETH

    BETH Well-Known Member

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    i tried making slaw it came out bad
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    I just ate some ramen noodles. I dont know whats for dinner.. Were goin fishin again tonight so itll prolly be slim jims and pork rinds chased with beer.. :D
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    Oh it was. ;) Taking the leftovers with me to work tonight. :)
    How come the slaw turned out bad?
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    gdmoody Moderator Supporting Member

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    I made a great looking meat loaf the other day. Great looking is all I can say about it. It tasted terrible, the grandkids wouldn't eat it and I tried to choke it down but ended up throwing it away. I guess it will be better for me to stick to making chili, it is hard to screw that up!!
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    Could've ground up the meatloaf and simmered in the chili.
    I usually do 60/40 mix of beef/pork or a 40/40/20 mix of beef/pork/venison if I've got some venison in the freezer.
    I'll post a recipe up later for a very tasty meatloaf that you'll all enjoy. I never cook a meatloaf that is under 2lbs either, anything less than that and they just never cook properly.
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    Nice. That marbled rye would make any sammage great. I bet it would be especially good on reubens..
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    Me and the Mrs. split a grilled strip steak, and each had a baked potato with butter & sour cream and steamed veggies. Pretty tasty.

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    This is Emu , sorry it took so long

    the tribal folks who get this are permitted and so i gotta wait on them

    this is thigh muscle ( above the drumstick) it was a 4lb roast

    trim the sinewy ends off , it looks like your wasting a lot of meat but trust me you wont chew through emu sinews ...

    the roast ends up a bit stubby but its all wonderful

    i slow cooked it for 3 hours after giving it a mustard and herb rub

    its very thick and stringy like a oversized turkey but very tasty

    i cook it until its falling apart ( actually i did this a bit too much and was able to slice it for a bit , oh well , next time ;) )

    the meat is a bit oily if underdone , emu oil being the only reported working relief agent for many forms of arthritis

    its long time been " old fella tucker" or meat reserved for the elderly , for its anti inflammatory properties

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    Ok, ya'll done pulled a slick one on me and now this thread is in a new section of the forum. Glad to find it, all that food is very inviting. Now I will have to bookmark this page also. Dang I have more bookmarks for TFF than all the other stuff put together. This is a good thing, huh?
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    Boy I got some pics comin up..:D
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    It was gooood..:) sleepy now.. goin swimmin with the kids in the pool.. Well they will swim, I will float and try not to fall asleep and drown..:eek:

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    :D

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    Baked beans on toast with Salisbury Steak.
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    A few weeks ago they had chicken leg quarters on sale so I bought a big old bag and threw some on the grill to bbq. I had plenty of coals left, and plenty of suds, so I figured I’d just grill the remaining 7 leg quarters without any sauce and figure out what to do with them later.

    I seasoned the leg quarters with pepper, onion powder, garlic powder, and sage. Once the second batch was done I let them cool down and covered them with foil and placed them in the fridge.

    Next day it hit me; chicken salad. So I started by removing the skin and set that aside for later. Then I removed the meat from the bones and chopped that up, next diced some onion, celery, and green peppers up and threw that in with the chopped up chicken, then added mayo and mixed it up until I liked the consistency of it and threw it back in the fridge to chill.

    Served it on pita bread with lettuce and sliced tomato. I also took the removed chicken skin and fried those up in oil until nice and crispy and added that to the plate. Best chicken salad sammich I’ve had in a long while.
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