Whats for dinner???

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  1. carver

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    I had dogs like that one time! One was named Soap, and the other was named Water. When the wife asked about my doing the dishes I always told her that I used Soap, and Water!
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    Awhile back I submitted chicken salad made with grilled leg quarters without picutures. So today I am going to make amends.

    I grilled this whole chicken on Sunday along with another that I BBQ'd and covered it in foil to let it rest for a while. Went back later and de-boned the chicken and mixed in some mayo, one green pepper, one onion and 3 stalks celery chopped and came out with this for dinner last night.
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  3. JoeV

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    Meatloaf and riced potatoes smothered in a rich brown gravy slow simmered to meld the flavor of all the ingredients. Cukes & tomatoes from the garden, marinated all afternoon in a balsamic vinaigrette. Very yummy!

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  4. Bobitis

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    Riced potatoes?

    Please eloborate.
  5. dad2thebone

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    OK silencer wheres Jaunitas at? I keep lookin at it and its makin me crazy! yyea im crazy anyhow but this makes it worse! short putt over the hill and then where? No good mexican up here that i like. lemme know!!!!!
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    Thats cheatn!!
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    There's a link in the post... http://thefirearmsforum.com/showpost.php?p=744622&postcount=101

    Yet, they only give the Ontario address. There's one in Upland, too.

    Juanita's Mexican Food
    893 West Foothill Boulevard, Upland, CA 91786-3727
    (909) 608-0704 ‎
    juanitasmexicanfood.com

    But, you should know that Acevedo's is better. http://www.yelp.com/biz/acevedos-market-fontana
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  8. JoeV

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    After boiling, the potatoes are "riced" through this gizmo. Makes for no lump potatoes.

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    Sesame chicken, vegetable fried rice and steamed broccoli from the garden.

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    Not shown is a tomato, cuke & onion salad, all from the garden.
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    thanks silencer. gotta go to upland wed so im there!
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    Breaded pork chops, sweet corn and pan fried redskins tossed in buttered bread crumbs and Italian herbs.

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    I also made some soft pretzels yesterday morning...

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  12. JLA

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    I intended to post these earlier but i got busy watching TV.. Dinner tonight was exquisite..

    Bone in Ribeyes Veggie skewers and grilled stufft portabella mushroom caps.

    I took a before and after pic. The steaks were hit with Webers Chicago steak grinder and brushed with a 50/50 mix of EVOO, crushed garlic and Sweet Cream butter, and grilled to a perfect Medium. the veggie skewers were brushed with the same EVOO/Garlic/Butter mix and the Portabellas were brushed witht he EVOO/Garlic/Butter bix and topped with fresh Pico De Gallo and 4 cheese blend. all were grilled over a smoky mesquite fire.. MMMM Delicious

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    Pulled pork, mac & cheese, broc & cheese and country fried potatoes.
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    Oh Hell Yeah, YUMMMMMMMYYYYYY:)
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    Haven't been there in years. It used to be high quality until they decided to expand. Now it's not as good as it used to be. Pastrami Dip with small fries and one side order of chili. I can only eat half of it. 3/5

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    Scallopes fresh from Stenihatchee FL. Going again this weekend.

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    can't keep up with u guys cookin or buying guns????????? Josh u cooked that steak just the way i eat mine mmmmmmmmmmmmm
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    Yup. i gotta have a nice dose of bloody steak now and then.
  19. Bobitis

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    Ha!!!

    Dad was born and raised in Hamlin. We went back one summer to visit and stopped at place for supper. He ordered a steak 'rare'. When he said 'rare', he meant RARE'. The 1st one was sent back as it was well done. The 2nd went back cuz it was medium. Growing up with Dad, I understood what rare meant. Being in Texas, I couldn't understand "what is it about 'rare' that you don't get"?

    Well, the chef was pretty fed up at this point. So he grabs a steak from the freezer, throws it in the pan fer a minute and flips it. It cooks fer another minute, and was brought to the table. It was still half frozen, but Dad ate every bite.:D

    I too like my steak rare. I like the outside crispy, and the middle to be a shade above warm.

    That said, I'mma smokin a meatloaf taday.:thumbsup:

    1 lb each veal, lamb, burger (cuz they were out of buffalo), and 1-1/2 lb pork sausage.
    2 rolls of crushed Ritz crackers
    2 eggs
    1/2 red pepper, 1/2 green, and 2 jalapenos (all diced fine)
    1/2 sweet onion (diced)
    Buncha different spices
    1/4 cup steak sauce

    Mix well and let sit over night in the fridge.

    Gonna smoke it over oak lump with pecan chunks. I figure 4 hrs or so should do it.
    Serve with mashed taters and gravy, fried okra, biscuits, and sweet tea.

    Gotta watch the waist line ya know.:p
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    Picked up some of these guys a couple of days ago. They can be spoken of in the past tense, very tasty.

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