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Old 07-26-2019, 03:02 PM   #1
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7/26/2019 - Whatcha Eatin' This Friday

Easy dinner of lobster, steamers, cole slaw, and a small loaf of DO bread I pulled out of the freezer.

When I went to the lobster pound to pick up dinner, there was a group of tourists in front of me that must be planning to gorge themselves on lobster. Ten select lobsters (a select is 2 lbs. plus), four lobster rolls, and a couple of other items. Their bill was $429

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Old 07-26-2019, 03:12 PM   #2
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Sous vide steak finished in a CI skillet, Tater Tots and corn on the cob.
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Old 07-26-2019, 04:04 PM   #3
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We went to lunch with Mister Dear Friend over in his home town again, about 45 minutes from our homestead.
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"A Burger, mid-rare, Fries, crisp please and draft Beer, thank you."
I was so wrapped up in my gorgeous meal, that I have absolutely NO idea what the two guys ordered!
They were so involved with talking Baseball, I just wandered around the diner, looking at all of the cool memorabilia, neat place out the middle of nowhere
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Old 07-26-2019, 04:18 PM   #4
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I have Kalua Pork in my Nesco roaster, and fresh pineapple sticks marinating in Lawry's Hawaiian marinade that will be grilled later. We love pineapple done that way.
I'm making a big Southwestern corn and bean salad to take over to the kids tomorrow for a pool party, so we'll have some of that with tonight's dinner too.
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Chicken antichuchos wirh aji panca puree and cilantro-serrano sauce, with green rice for the side.
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Old 07-26-2019, 06:45 PM   #6
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Stove top smoker spare ribs, steamed corn and baked beans.

I dry rubbed (homemade rub) the ribs. After I smoked them I brushed them with a blend of Sweet Baby Ray's Original BBQ Sauce, Heinz Kansas City Style Sweet & Smoky BBQ Sauce, dry rub and Pomegranate Molasses. Then they went under the broiler to develop a nice bark. The bones just fell out. They had a wonderful flavor.

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Cheeeeeeezborger! I'm going to toss it on the grill, and maybe fry some taters.

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Broccoli and potatoes.
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I excavated pork chops from the freezer, simmered them in beer and kraut. Other sides were mashed potatoes, fresh green beans, and the sweetest sweet corn cut from the cob.
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I'm making a big Southwestern corn and bean salad to take over to the kids tomorrow for a pool party, so we'll have some of that with tonight's dinner too.

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