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Old 09-27-2013, 09:37 PM   #11
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Chicken Asiago sausages with homemade kraut. The kraut is especially nice - it's flavored with lemon, coriander, and leek.
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Old 09-27-2013, 09:39 PM   #12
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Leftover turkey and stuff. We'd talked about going out, but I took the day off, and going out would have meant putting on makeup and getting dressed.
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I finished up the Buffalo Wings from the other night, about to make a hot chocolate before going to bed.
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Old 09-28-2013, 12:30 AM   #14
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Leftover turkey and stuff. We'd talked about going out, but I took the day off, and going out would have meant putting on makeup and getting dressed.
I love how you think. I plan my errands so I can do everything in one day - and one make-up and "going-out-in-public clothes" day!

Since it was a make-up day today we had an easy dinner: rotisserie chicken, nuked frozen corn, Grands biscuits. Won't be lazy again for a while with all the food I brought home from the store today.
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Old 09-28-2013, 05:38 AM   #15
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Oh dear lord, that sounds so good. I think gnocchi is going on the list for this week.
It was on sale, one package for $2. I bought four
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We had Mrs Hoot's most excellent Swiss Steak. Now, it ain't from Switzerland. It uses what we call cube steak in these parts. The term "swiss" comes from the process of putting meat through rollers to perforate the meat. The meat is dredged in seasoned flour and browned on both sides. It is then braised slowly in a mixture of a little water, (not too much!), tomatoes, onions and bell peppers. The meat is so tender, you can cut it with a spoon. Served over rice......Mighty good!
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Old 09-28-2013, 07:08 AM   #17
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Oh dear lord, that sounds so good. I think gnocchi is going on the list for this week.
Same here! It has been a while since I made any. Hmmmm.. maybe a sweet potato or a butternut squash gnocchi.
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Old 09-28-2013, 07:09 AM   #18
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We had Mrs Hoot's most excellent Swiss Steak. Now, it ain't from Switzerland. It uses what we call cube steak in these parts. The term "swiss" comes from the process of putting meat through rollers to perforate the meat. The meat is dredged in seasoned flour and browned on both sides. It is then braised slowly in a mixture of a little water, (not too much!), tomatoes, onions and bell peppers. The meat is so tender, you can cut it with a spoon. Served over rice......Mighty good!
Hmmmm .. I think I have a second dinner idea for the week. Thanks Hoot!!
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We had Mrs Hoot's most excellent Swiss Steak. Now, it ain't from Switzerland. It uses what we call cube steak in these parts. The term "swiss" comes from the process of putting meat through rollers to perforate the meat. The meat is dredged in seasoned flour and browned on both sides. It is then braised slowly in a mixture of a little water, (not too much!), tomatoes, onions and bell peppers. The meat is so tender, you can cut it with a spoon. Served over rice......Mighty good!
I think I will have to make this.
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Hoot! You've gone from hillbilly to trucker
Good looking trim on your beard. I had thought you shaved it all off when you had that interview.
And I love Swiss steak. I think mom used to use round steak and tenderize it. Same difference I suppose. She would always make to kinds; one for my dad and sister who liked the tomato based sauce and one for her and me that liked the brown gravy. My first experience for eating marrow, too
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