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Whats for dinner???

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

  1. JLA

    JLA Well-Known Member

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    Ugh! I just got off work about an hour ago, the wife and kids had homemeade chicken fried steak (some more of salad ;)) I ate jack in the box tacos for dinner. Now I gotta hit the sack and get back at it at 0530 in the morning...:(

    gonna bank fat this week though;)
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    had this a few nights back. pintos taters and cornbread
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    nice john! I aint had me no homemade beens in a while, gonna make some now. Prolly for dinner tomorrow.

    We had leftovers tonight. I didnt eat much, too tired, again I just got home from work. In fact I am lethargicly typing here now, fixin to go get a shower and hit the sack again... and get back at it by 0530 tomorrow morning:(
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  4. johnlives4christ

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    sounds like your saddle doesnt have time to get cold between rides
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    Looks good John. That's one of my favorites but I always add onion and bell pepper to my fried potatoes. :)

    I eat till my arms get tired and then call Jenny Craig. :D
  6. Bobitis

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    Thanks John.

    Now I have 15 bean soup on the stove simmering with smoked pork. Corn bread is next.:p

    Living near Seattle has its downfalls. Nobody here knows jack about suthern cooking. Cept my family.:D Even then, we require a poke once in a while.:eek:

    *off to stir the pot*
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    No beens tonight, we took the kids bowling at westcreek lanes, we had nathans famous hotdogs, nachos, popcorn, and hamburgers. Bowled 2 games, which is about all I can do tumblin a 16 pound ball down the lane, kids had a blast, wife had a blast, I had a blast. but now its time for "the edge of darkness" Mel gibsons newest flick.
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    tonight i had biscuits and sausage gravy. my wife makes the best biscuits ever. took her 2 years to learn but now she can lay them out
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    bbq dear ribs and halepeno stuffed olives.
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    wife made some more biscuits and gravy tonight... hers a few pics for your drooly pleasure [​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]
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    mmmm, good ol' skillet gravy
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    Beef and Bacon Cheddar Cheese Skillet Pasta Dinner
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    Hawaiin surf bum classic, Loco Moco.

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    looks like leftover table scraps that you give the dog. Must taste great!
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    Tonight I fixed fried deer backstrap, mashed some taters, cooked some mixted vegies and cooked hot biscuits. It don't get much better than that .
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