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Old 01-21-2016, 07:26 PM   #11
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A bacon cheeseburger and a salad.
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Old 01-21-2016, 08:03 PM   #12
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Well, I should have gotten started on the Kaula Pork (in the Nesco roaster) earlier in the day. I just told the SC we might not have dinner till 8pm and the old cruiser said he didn't sign up for the second seating. .


I'll still do him some steamed rice, and we'll have braised shredded cabbage with it. Sure smells good!
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Old 01-21-2016, 08:56 PM   #13
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Salt roasted chicken. I'm going to try it in one of my new copper pans tonight (I knew that fish pan was good for something). I'm really nervous about this. I'm afraid I'm going to ruin the chicken or worse, the pan.
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Old 01-21-2016, 09:28 PM   #14
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well, i should have gotten started on the kaula pork (in the nesco roaster) earlier in the day. I just told the sc we might not have dinner till 8pm and the old cruiser said he didn't sign up for the second seating. .

I'll still do him some steamed rice, and we'll have braised shredded cabbage with it. Sure smells good!
ONO! K, Kalua Pig and Cabbage, rice, well no Lomi Lomi Salmon though, shucks
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i'm with kayelle, i'm doing pork as well.
I have two pork loin chops from costco that i butterflied and rubbed with a mixture my chef-y friend from colorado made for me.
Along side, i plan on making my version of brussels sprouts and a huge green salad as well... Well that's the plan anyways...
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This is how our dinner came out.
I added a dollop of my homemade chunky apple sauce and a small bowl of cucumbers with a yogurt based dressing, MMM! I added a baked tater for my Mister, he can still have carbs, for now. Really good, and WHAT? This is DIET FOOD?
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Old 01-21-2016, 10:37 PM   #15
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Well, I should have gotten started on the Kaula Pork (in the Nesco roaster) earlier in the day. I just told the SC we might not have dinner till 8pm and the old cruiser said he didn't sign up for the second seating. .


I'll still do him some steamed rice, and we'll have braised shredded cabbage with it. Sure smells good!
It was killer!
Absolutely delicious
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Old 01-21-2016, 10:41 PM   #16
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I rubbed chicken thighs under the skin with a bunch of seasonings and brushed soy sauce under and over, then roasted them. I served them with leftover mashed potatoes and gravy and a green salad.
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Old 01-21-2016, 10:48 PM   #17
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We ate it too fast to take pictures but it sure turned out great, and we ate by 7pm.Whoo Hoo!
The chunks for the pork butt Kaula pork was done to perfection in the Nesco roaster, shredded and kept warm with drippings in the toaster oven, and the cabbage cooked in the remaining juices in the Nesco roaster with high temp. Outstanding meal.
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... I plan on making my version of Brussels Sprouts...
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This is how our dinner came out...
Why do your Brussels sprouts look like zucchini?

BTW, it all looks good. Everyone's plates look good. My plate looked pretty much like the one from Monday's thread, only a little smaller and missing the beans. Still good, though.
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We had bnls/skls chicken thighs, lightly coated in seasoned flour, then sauteed in olive oil. Sides were dressing, summer squash casserole and gravy.
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