WHAT'S FOR SUPPER

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  1. wv hillbilly

    wv hillbilly Active Member

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    redwing carson Former Guest

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    Now that is just too damn healthy.
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    Boy do I miss the corn on the cob up here in Alaska. Dug some new Yukon Golds the other day, fried up ham & taters; too good.
  4. wv hillbilly

    wv hillbilly Active Member

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    yep them damn ol veggies aint no good. it's that sausage that's good for ya.:D
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    Not if you grill it under the bacon wrapped porkchops and baste them in butter. :p
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    Now those are good ideas. A Southerner will always come with a way to make bad things taste good. And it will include pork fat and butter. Yum:D
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    Bratwurst on the grill. Just got done making 25lbs of Bratwurst and 50 lbs of ground Chuck. The Bratwurst should sit in the cooler for at least 24 hours before it's eaten, but I can't wait, gotta have some now.:)
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    My niece just dropped off fresh okra and snap peas from the garden.I got a big chunk of smoked hog jowls for them peas and gonna make some okra and maters.
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    Yessir. Here in TX there are only 4 basic food groups.. Beans, Bacon, Whiskey and Lard. All good things wirth eatn incorporate 3 or more of the 4. ;)

    I am working on a delicious TX style stew as I type. Been simmerin since noonish.

    In the one pot Ive got some steak tips in gravy the wife made yesterday simmerin together with about 2 pounds of diced taters and in the other pot ive a 15 bean soup simmerin away with a pound of tomatoes, a whole onion, a pound of ham, garlic, salt and black pepper. The idea is to get em both done and combine them in your bowl.

    Heck the only thing im missin is some whiskey and id have that too if I didnt have to work tomorrow.
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    Did someone say food. I'm cooking, come on over. We have tri-tip, chicken, sausages, sauteed mushrooms, and barbecued pineapple steaks with baked potatoea. Baked potatoes were boiled whole, cooled, rolled in melted butter, covered with course sea salt, and will be barbecued until the butter is bubbling out the aluminum foil. The darker sausages are jalopenio cheddar and the lighter ones are spinach cheddar. :D

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    JLA now we could share a bottle of "Rare Breed" and your cook'in would be just great. Every time we go to Texas to see the Grand Kids I gain 10 lbs. But its fun. ;)
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    Fish sticks and green beans...
  13. Mike1959

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    dang Highboy, that looks good. heres whats for supper this week later

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    yummmy
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    and for dinner tonight, beef and chicken fajitas. been stewin in marinade since about 2 oclock, should be outstanding

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    That sounds like a splendid idea. Anytime brother, anytime.

    BTW, im eating a bowl of this stew now. I went a tad heavy on the salt, but it is delicious. Tastes almost just like progressive vegetable beef stew with beans in it.
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    man that looks great, except the mushrooms. i cant eat them. the last two times i tried i almost died
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    I see you've got the sauteeing button mushrooms, kick in the shiitake and portabellos for some more deep taste with those tri-tips, ummmm. ;)
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    Hey Zhurh,

    Oh yeah you can do a lot with those Yukon Golds including slicing them thin BUT NOT all the way through, coat with olive oil, salt & pepper to your own taste, put them on a baking sheet in an oven or wrap in foil on a grille or in a camp fire....yummy. :)

    Their not exactly baked or home fried, kind of a combination of both.
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