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Old 10-26-2008, 04:09 PM   #21
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I'm thinkin' bagel pizzas....
Need something quick and easy, the kitchen and dining room in a few minutes will be full of pumpkin guts and sugar cookie dough.....

Not that there's anything wrong with that.....
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Old 10-26-2008, 05:03 PM   #22
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Made SOS for everyone except me, I don't like the stuff. I had chicken fingers and FF

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Old 10-26-2008, 06:43 PM   #23
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probably? left over french onion soup, and a grilled shaved roast beef and provolone cheese with mexican green chilies
Reading theses posts, now I am wishing I had bought the pork tenderloin I had in my cart before I found the arm roast on sale. I already had the hominy in the cart anyway.

Now I am thinking about cooking the beef roast, stuffed with fresh garlic so I can have sandwiches you are making with the leftovers.

Oh, decisions, decisions................
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Old 10-26-2008, 08:13 PM   #24
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Pork loin roast, roasted potatoes, steamed then sauteed asparagus with olive oil and garlic.

I used the recipe that Constance provided in the "pork" forum. Thanks, Constance!
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Old 10-26-2008, 10:33 PM   #25
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Old 10-26-2008, 10:52 PM   #26
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Split cornish hens baked with s&p, basted with red wine, butter, and lemon. Spinache noodles tossed in olive oil, garlic, s&p. Green salad. Should have taken a picture, pacanis would have been proud!
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Old 10-26-2008, 11:16 PM   #27
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why did they spilt up, sattie? it was those big breasted canadian chickens showing off, wasn't it?

ok, today i hit one out of the park. i made my bone-in loin end pork rib roast in the crock pot, and it was awesome! it was a pork rib roast with a big hunk of fattier meat still attached around the leaner loin part. i knew it was good when dw ate 2 chops, gnawing on the bones at the end, and requested that i make it again, exactly the way i made this one.

i rendered the fat from a coupla strips of maple bacon, then browned the s&p rubbed roast on all sides in the fat. my boy and i snacked on the crisped bacon as we browned the meat. 2 medium onions were cut into 1/2 inch rings, and were placed on the bottom of the crock pot. the browned roast was placed on top of the onions, bone side down. 4 peeled and cored apples (2 gala, 2 granny smith) were halved then nestled around the roast, along with 4 large sage leaves, and about 10 whole sprigs of fresh thyme were placed over top of everything. the lid went on and it cooked on high for 3 1/2 hours.

when it was done, the meat was removed to a cutting board, the thyme and sage discarded, the onions and apples carefully scooped/drained into a side dish, and the remaining liquid was poured off into a large skillet, reduced by a third, and thickened with a corn starch slurry.

it was delicious - sweet and savory. i think i'll post this as an actual recipe, if i get some time later.
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Old 10-27-2008, 01:08 AM   #28
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Two-cheese omelet and whole wheat toast.
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Old 10-27-2008, 05:34 AM   #29
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That pork roast sounds very good BT.
Sattie, thanks for the idea on splitting the game hens. I've got some CGHs, but wasn't sure how I was going to cook them yet. I think I'll split them spatchcock (?) style and grill them that way. I just need to find a youtube video so I know how

Supper ended up being the ABTs. The pulled pork wasn't ready to come off the cooker until 10:15, then by the time it rested and was pulled.... well, too late for dinner now, but it made a fine bedtime snack
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