Whats for dinner???

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  1. carver

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    Spam Burritos! Spread some refried beans on a flour tortilla, top with 1, 3/8" slice of spam. Add chopped onions, some Tony Chachere's Creole sandwich sauce, and some shredded cheese. I like Extra Sharp Cheddar from Sargento. Then top it off with copious amounts of LA hot sauce! Microwave untill cheese is melted. Add any thing you want to!
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    Rotisserie Chicken, with asparagus on the side.

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    looks good
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    Pan fried taters, corn on the cob and pulled pork shoulder roast with gravy.

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    I went through all 25 pages, saw many great meals...and gained 5 pounds...
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    Peanut butter....on a tablespoon.
    [Ran outta jam...and bread.....]
    Gonna steal a biscuit [or two] this weekend,
    and bring it home to my wife...to feed her too....
    'cause I love her !
    Don't none of you smart-asses tell her there was
    other things to eat......or I will haunt you.....forever.
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    Had muskrat and have another cooked for tomorrow. I ate the whole thing.

    Just roasted in one of those black/white roasters-small model.
    My wife buys one of those for most brides that she gets invited to a shower for.
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    Sunday I made me a pot of bean soup with pork neck meat. It just sounded good and the pork neck meat was on sale.

    I made the soup per instructions on the back of the bag, but threw out the salt/flavor pack that they say to use(way too much sodium for me) and I added a few different items to suit my tastes. I used the following:

    1pk. 15 bean mix
    1 ½ lbs. pork neck meat
    1 red onion chopped
    1 green onion diced
    4 carrots chopped
    3 celery stalks chopped
    2 jalapenos diced
    2 cans diced tomatoes
    Pepper to taste
    Chili powder to taste
    Onion powder to taste
    Tobassco to taste.

    Soaked the beans overnight then rinsed and add water to cover. Grilled pork neck bones dusted with pepper, garlic, powder, & onion powder just to get a nice char/sear on them. I could have just fried them in the pan, but grilled tastes better in my opinion. Then added the grilled neck bones to the pot. Brought the beans and neck meat to a boil, reduce heat and simmered uncovered for 2 ½ hours.

    Removed neck meat from beans after the 2 ½ hours and pulled the meat from bones, threw the meat back in the pot along with the rest of the ingredients and cooked for another hour or so until veggies were cooked.

    Served it with crackers, cheese, and tobssco sauce to taste. Still have leftovers and is todays lunch.
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    Delicious. i too cook beans without salt. usually because I make a big ol pot and use about 3 pounds of bacon, and bacon is plenty salty by its self. My fav bacon to use for beans is Wright brand ends and pieces. And my fav beans is regular ol pintos.
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    Your paying me back, aren't you.
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    One of these days jim.. The real payback is feeding you full of TX style home BBQ cookn and then sending you back home knowing you got nuttn that even comes close up yonder. ;)
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    watch out hes gonna get ya
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