Whats for dinner???

Discussion in 'Ruffit's Domestic & Wild Game Cooking/ Recipe Foru' started by JLA, Jan 10, 2011.

  1. woolleyworm

    woolleyworm Active Member

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    Evening Joe, just wanted to give ya the heads up...... if ya don't do some cooking at the next TFF meet, ya may just disappoint ALOT of folks !!;);):D:D

    Looks great Sir !
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    Tonight we will be having fried chicken wings dipped in Jack Daniels Honey Smokehouse BBQ sauce, Coleslaw, and fries with a big ole glass of sweet tea!
  3. JoeV

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    Well now, if I get an invite, I'll be sure to contribute if I'm able. Are there any meet-n-greet's in Ohio? I like to fly fish, so a Michigan meet would also work...when it warms up. LOL
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    King Ranch chicken casserole with guacamole and chips tonight.
  5. JoeV

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    Baked riblets in BBQ sauce, macaroni salad and sweet potato fries with homemade sour cream, brown sugar & cinnamon dipping sauce.

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    Hickory Smoked BBQ Boston Butt
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    Pulled Pork Sandwich with Homemade Cole Slaw, Sweet Potato Wedges and a piece of Pork Bark.
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  7. JoeV

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    I had half a container of ricotta cheese and half a container of sour cream, and wondered what to make for dinner to use it up. Soooooo, I decided to make Polichinka...pancake rollups. The filling was ricotta cheese and raspberry preserves. Also cooked up some sausage patties to go with them, but they turned out like hockey pucks when I got distracted.

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  8. Roadkil

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    Made tacos Sunday using the neck and backbone along with a half pack of venison breakfast sausage I made the day before from my most recent harvest.

    Some of the pictures may not be that great on quality, but the food was.

    Served it up with re-fried beans, sour cream sliced avacados, salsa and cheese.
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  9. JoeV

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    Italian beef au jus with twice baked taters with spinach, garlic & Parmesan filling & cheddar topping.

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    We had baon wrapped filets slow cooked on the bbq. My son in law used a sauce on the vegies they use at Dons restraunt. Oh Man.
  11. Silencer

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    Smoked chicken legs and thighs, cheesy potatoes with corn. ABTs for appertizers.

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  12. JoeV

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    Dinner was pan grilled boneless pork chops in the cast iron griddle pan, and paired them with Spanish rice, steamed broccoli and fried potatoes tossed in buttered & seasoned bread crumbs.

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  13. JoeV

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    Chicken, onions, carrots & broccoli cooked in EVOO and Italian herbs. Cooked some spaghetti, drained it and threw it in the pan with everything else.

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  14. Silencer

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    Looks good. Silencer. Is that a homemade meat sauce?? Sure looks like it. s'ghetti & garlic toast is gotta be America's comfort food. Only a commie or socialist would deny that. :eek::D:D:D
  16. JoeV

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    Leftover pineapple chicken stir fry with fried rice and a salad.

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  17. Silencer

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    Not homemade. I've tried the homemade pasta sauce and it's not as good as the canned sauces. I had my own spices and meat, though.

    I mix it all together and then add it to cook spaghetti noodles making sure not to add too much sauce. Age it in the fridge for two days then fry in a cast iron skillet with margarine after I do the garlic bread in it. Fried Spaghetti is what I call it. And yes, nothing but comfort food.
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    Sweet and Sour venison served with brown rice and topped with green onions.
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  19. Silencer

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    Birthday Dinner 19 Jan, 2013: Smoked Atomic Buffalo Turd, Crab Rangoons, Smoked BBQ Spare Ribs, BBQ Pork Fried Rice, BBQ Pork Chow Mein with a Fortune Cookie and slice of Chocolate Birthday Cake for dessert.

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    Happy Birthday. Hope it was a good day. Looks like a great meal to celebrate.
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