Whats for dinner???

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  1. JoeV

    JoeV Active Member

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    Did some baking today for our family reunion tomorrow, so here's some bread porn.

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    I made 4 dozen potato/cheese/bacon pierogies as a side to go with a pile of pulled pork for dinner. They ain't pretty, but they were tasty.

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  2. jack404

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    your bread looks excellent Joe



    tonight the kids wanted fried rice

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    Nut Behind the Gun New Member

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    That looks good:thud:
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    Jack, I don't know how many you are feeding, but if were there you ain't got near enough!
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    Do what 45nut said, buy the Zatarain's! Total time in the kitchen, 20mins.

    Try some of the other box dinners Zatarain's has, my favorite is the Spicy Jambalaya Mix. But the wife won't eat it so we buy the regular, and I add some Louisiana hot sauce to mine. The Red Beans, and rice, is another hit! http://www.zatarains.com/Products/Jambalaya.aspx
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    Left over broasted chicken, steamed broccoli and skin-on mashed potatoes with onion gravy.

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    a 6 year old and a 8 year old dont eat much ( grand kids)

    i was having osso bucco done in port and a bit heavy for their tastes

    this i can whip up in 15 mins , always have left over rice here so its easy
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    Beef ribs, or dinosaur bones, served with zucchinni and sour cream corn bread and a grilled sweet tater.
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    OK Shooter and JLA. Critique time. Trying my first brisket so I opted for a half brisket as well as some boneless pork ribs. 225 for 7 hrs for the brisket I think and of course less for ribs. Still gotta get some of Shooters rub to try.

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  10. JoeV

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    Sesame Pork stir fry with veggies & honey-pineapple sauce. Veggie fried rice to compliment.

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    hey roadkill what did u glaze ribs with? Terry u using smoker or regular grill?
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    Its a hybrid charcoal grill/smoker. Has a small propane burner to light charcoal so as not to use any fluid. Was smoking indirect.
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    hmmmm let us know how it turns out. So no wood burning is involved and u still get the smoke taste
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    No picts, but man is it good. Halupki. Pigs in the blanket, stuffed cabbage. Birthday party out the Indian Village tonight. Wife made 2 crockpots, one just done, second in fridge. Got to absorb the alcohol before hittin the hay. Them Hunkies know how to cook, and paprika, man; ought to be a law. Couple downriver Indian friends flying in on Tuesday, they grew up on cabbage & salmon. They'll enjoy the halupki more than the caribou. Halupki, mashed tatoes, and tomato gravy, I luv it.
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    I use mesquite charcoal briquets and some small (1" or so) sticks of cherry wood from a tree I cut down. The propane is to start the fire only. Brisket turned out quite well. Nice smoke ring almost 1/4" all way around.
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    Ooooohhhh yeah, good ol' hunkie food, but isn't food a great international language all on it's own? Going way North, South, East, West for new ideas it doesn't matter.

    That's why I like this food forum. :)
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    Nothing special just slathered on my favorite BBQ sauce (KC Masterpiece original) straight from the bottle.
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    The wife made dinner tonight. Burgers on my homemade sandwich thins.

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    This was a big hit with the wife when she got home.

    Made some fresh wheat pasta...

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    Got some veggies together...

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    Then put it all together and topped it with grilled chicken breast and fresh grated Parmesan cheese.

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    beef tips with mushrooms
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