Whats for dinner???

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  1. JLA

    JLA Well-Known Member

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    In light of the 'boys rather sloppy victory over the bucs in week 3, were having Lone Star Steaks and twice baked taters tonight. Pics will be provided if i dont get too hungry and forget..
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    76Highboy Well-Known Member Supporting Member

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    Sounds like it's gonna hurt real good.
  3. JLA

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    Dinner was delicious tonight!

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    Looks delicious Josh
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    Was it ever. and got enough leftovers for steak and eggs for the next 2 or 3 mornings. I bought a sirloin roll for 24 bucks. (got connections at the butcher shop ;)) Cut 4 steaks off it and each steak (inch thick) yielded 3 steaks the size of the one on that plate.

    I used a Gingerbread man cookie cutter and a Star shaped cookie cutter for the kids. Gotta make good food fun so theyll eat it. Didnt have a problem gettn em to eat the taters. theres cheese and bacon on em, thats as good as candy in my house.
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    I've been away from the forum for awhile, so I better get caught up with some meals I've made recently.

    I made a lasagna back on the 18th...

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    Then I made a damn good pork stir fry with vegetable fried rice (I make this a lot using pork shoulder steaks)

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    Yesterday we came home from hitting the roadside stands, and made an all veggie meal of spaghetti squash, redskins, broccoli with corn and tomato/cuke salad.

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    Cooked a pot of pintos the other day, but instead of bacon I use ham hocks, and sausage. 4 hocks, and 1/2 lb of sausage (cut into bite sized) per pound of beans. Ham hocks, and sausage are put into the pot at the same time the beans are.

    1 large onion chopped
    1 large green bell pepper sliced thin
    1 large red bell pepper sliced thin
    2 cloves of garlic chopped
    1 tsp black pepper

    salt, and LA hot sause to taste
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    I love spaghetti squash, got to steal this one! Hope you don't mind! That looks like the bomb!
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    Carver, if you liked the squash last night, you can have some more tonight. Dinner tonight was last night's leftover sqush, potatoes, cuke & 'mater salad and I added some chicken breast grilled in the George Foreman and topped with some Sweet Baby Ray's. Fruit medley for dessert. The dessert was da bomb! :dance:

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    never did sketti squash how u do it
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    Put the whole squash in the oven, bake untill outside is fork tender. Remove, turn oven off, cut squash in half. The insides look like spaghetti. Rake it out with a fork, add some salt, pepper, and butter to taste! Enjoy!
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    Tonight we had steamed vegies, roasted new patatoes, and a boneless pork roast. Should have taken pictures, but was to hungry to think about pics.
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    easy enough have to try it
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    Took one bag of dried red kidney beans and some Italian sausages and made a batch of red beans with brown rice. Topped it with green onions.
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  15. 76Highboy

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    Eat your heart out JLA. :D

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