wooo weee Country fried steak, mashed 'tators, green beans and white gravy

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  1. jacksonco

    jacksonco New Member

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    What a great Sunday dinner the Mrs. prepared for me. Also have to mention the biscuits. I hope everyone else fared at least as well as I did. It may soon be time for an afternoon nap.
     
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    358 winchester New Member

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    Southwestern baked potatoes with jalapeños and chili extra sharp cheese & a boneless grilled pork chop on the side :)
     
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    Sounds great . Tonight I have spagetti sauce simmering. Meatballs done. Will be ready in about 2 more hrs. To top it off I pulled a loaf of LeJeune's French bread out of the freezer. If you are ever in Jeanerette, La. Stop and pick up a loaf. I've had French bread from all over the country. This is the best French bread I have ever found since Grafeos' closed a long time ago. Dont ask artbr, he is trying to keep it a secret.
     
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    Oh yeah... you can bet on it!!!!! :D:D:D:D

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  6. artabr

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    + 1 bazillion on the LeJeune's!!!!!!!! :D

    They've been in business since 1884.

    http://www.lejeunesbakery.com/legacy.html

    Ya gotta stop by there when the lights flashing. Hot out of the oven!!

    Their Garlic bread is pretty good too.


    I fixed a smoked sausage jambalaya today. I's feelin full right about now. ;) :D



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  7. jacksonco

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    LOL Glocknut you xxxx.
     
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    We had deer chilli over fritos with lots of cheese and jalapenos! Then we had buffalo chicken strips and fries for supper.
     
  9. 4EvrLearning

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    *wonders what a buffalo chicken is.....*
     
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    A really big chicken with a bad attitude!!!
     
  11. Bruce FLinch

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    There, Fixed it for you! :D

    Sounds good! My wifey made me Tamale Pie & she's Italian..:)
     
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    lol flannelman....that's what I was afraid of! I sure wouldn't wanna have to pluck 'em!!! Glad they're in Arkansas and not here :)
     
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    oops...
     
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    I made fishsticks (yes, I put them in my mouth, and yes, I'm a gay fish) with Lyonnaise potatoes and sweet peas.
     
  15. flannelman

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    I usually don't need to pluck them cause the 3&1/2 inch loads out of the Binelli 12 ga usually does the trick:D. Rough on the shoulder though!