Whats for dinner???

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  1. vytoland

    vytoland New Member

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    pizza and home made chocolate cake.
  2. JLA

    JLA Well-Known Member

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    :thumbsup:

    I need to grill up some steaks. i aint had any in months
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    went out to dinner had caseadia's (don't know how to spell it)with spinach cheddar cheese and shimp with cagun spices it was to die for so i had to order cagun spices to try at home
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    quesadillas beth. roughly translated means cheese tortillas, which is exactly what it is..;)

    A quesadilla (Spanish pronunciation: [keskaˈðiʎa]) is a flour or corn tortilla filled with a savory mixture containing cheese and other ingredients, then folded in half to form a half-moon shape.[1] This dish originated in Mexico, and the name is derived from the Spanish word queso (cheese).[2] In El Salvador, a quesadilla is a completely different dish. Contrary to Mexican quesadillas, these are more like cake than like bread, made primarily with grated cheese, rice flour, sugar and cream, and baked in a mold.
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    u are just a source of information i knew someone would get the spelling right thanks
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    I is married to a half a mexican. ;)
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    1 1/4 thick 3 quarter pound burgers on the grill fresh home made coleslaw and home fries. And one tall ice cold glass of milk. UUUUUUMNMMMMM,..
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    That sounds delicious Brisk.. Thats some mighty fine eatn for a bears fan. thot you folk liked chili dogs and such.. :D
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    going to popeye's for fried chicken and crawfish does not compare to chicken down south
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    Roast bunny

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    Looks like it could use a touch more cookin there Jack.:D
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    Well JLA chili dogs ARE pretty good but NOTHIN beats a good burger. Although a steak hot off the grill comes a very close.
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    ya think ? maybe a 3-4 mins more then ... ;)

    let me do some taters and carrots and some onions to bake along with the critter and i'll do em all together

    i normally put a couple slices of bacon or even just the rind over the bunny as they are a bit lean this time of year , but shock and horror!!!

    i'm outta bacon !!!, but i can remedy that tomorrow , so i'll just baste it with some beef drippings for tonight ( its way early here but i gotta spend a hour or two cleaning up , i've bunny pelts ALL over the place from sorting into grades today and all the loose fur and bits , place looks like a bunny martyrs convention) and the girlies coming over for dinner and the place will have to be clean by then , or i'll never hear the end of it ..
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    that hopper looks a little rare Jack
    oops been replied too
    Taters n carrots sounds good!
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  15. JLA

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    Brisk, you mirror my mind. I do love steaks, but a proper Burger beats it every time.
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    Jack.. What you stuff him with?
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    part steamed yams , garlic, onions , celery , bread and some herbs
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    :lmao::lmao2::lmao:
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    sounds delicious.
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    i like 80/20 burgers soooooooooooo juicy
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