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Old 08-10-2011, 04:46 PM   #11
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Old 08-10-2011, 04:54 PM   #12
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After four days of pulled chicken or pulled pork BBQ, I had enough. Went to the store to get some ground beef that was on sale and found the butcher putting out marked-down Porterhouse and rib-eye steaks.

Sooo tonight will be grilled steak, onions, and peppers with pasta and potato salad.
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Old 08-10-2011, 04:56 PM   #13
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Goulash!

That looks yummy Lifesaver
Not what we call goulash in South Africa but it looks nice.
Funny how different things have different names in other countries!
We make goulash with cubed beef.
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Old 08-10-2011, 05:03 PM   #14
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Snip, that's called goulash in some areas and American chop suey in others. It's one of those regional things. It's just not called Hungarian goulash (gulyas), which is the traditional version you are probably more close to making, with cubed meat and lots of paprika. This type of goulash is really nothing more than pasta cooked in meat sauce. Lifesaver has the two most important things though... which means like mom used to make, lol... shell pasta and green peppers! We even had goulash day on the school menu, they used elbow macaroni though.
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Snip, that's called goulash in some areas and American chop suey in others. It's one of those regional things. It's just not called Hungarian goulash (gulyas), which is the traditional version you are probably more close to making, with cubed meat and lots of paprika. This type of goulash is really nothing more than pasta cooked in meat sauce. Lifesaver has the two most important things though... which means like mom used to make, lol... shell pasta and green peppers! We even had goulash day on the school menu, they used elbow macaroni though.
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Old 08-10-2011, 05:22 PM   #16
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sweet and sour chicken with leftover white meat chicken. oriental noodles of some kind. have two or three kinds. ice cream for dessert.

had the great granddaughters again today. still have to clean up the mess, but it is a fun mess. i am however pooped. so no real cooking today.
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Old 08-10-2011, 06:01 PM   #17
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I'm trying this tonight
Grilled Mac and Cheese With Pulled Pork Recipe : Review : : Food Network
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Old 08-10-2011, 06:15 PM   #18
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For us it's Shrimp salad with big big shrimp, celery, green onions, crumbled bacon, dump on baby spinach with garlic, some butter lettuce, mix Dijon, evoo, sherry vinegar, evoo sprinkle with salt and crushed black pepper will make the dressing hot and then pour over the salad and will ad some home made crutons browned in butter. More bread and butter and grilled corn.
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Snip, that's called goulash in some areas and American chop suey in others. It's one of those regional things. It's just not called Hungarian goulash (gulyas), which is the traditional version you are probably more close to making, with cubed meat and lots of paprika. This type of goulash is really nothing more than pasta cooked in meat sauce. Lifesaver has the two most important things though... which means like mom used to make, lol... shell pasta and green peppers! We even had goulash day on the school menu, they used elbow macaroni though.
No, my mom never made it... I got the idea from an aunt from my fathers side of the family when she made some for me when I was about 9 or 10 years old. I have loved it ever since.
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The grilled mac-n-cheese and pulled pork sandwich helped me to find the 15lbs that Rocklobster is trying to lose.
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