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Old 03-17-2011, 08:51 PM   #41
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Great looking sausages, mashed potatoes and gravy, bakechef. That's pretty much how I make my gravy with whatever meat I am cooking.

Very nice, Peeps. Love all the veggies. Nice array.
Thank you PaC!! Wheres your pics?
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Old 03-17-2011, 09:05 PM   #42
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MSM: You had me reaching for my fork (and my drool rag) YUM.

BakeChef. I haven't had Bangers in years. LOVE, LOVE, LOVE, them!

I didn't find any corned beef today, but I did get two packages of nice pork steaks $2.19#. They are 2/package and thin, so I think I'll just put the two together with stuffing in the middle. Each package should make two meals.

I also found a 2# vac packed Pollack in nice chunks for $5, I think I'll make a fish chowder with half, and have a pig out with some cooked in butter, garlic and dill.
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Old 03-17-2011, 09:16 PM   #43
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we're having leftovers. we have spaghetti and meatballs and some left over pot roast. i know so exciting.
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Old 03-17-2011, 09:33 PM   #44
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MSM: You had me reaching for my fork (and my drool rag) YUM.

BakeChef. I haven't had Bangers in years. LOVE, LOVE, LOVE, them!

I didn't find any corned beef today, but I did get two packages of nice pork steaks $2.19#. They are 2/package and thin, so I think I'll just put the two together with stuffing in the middle. Each package should make two meals.

I also found a 2# vac packed Pollack in nice chunks for $5, I think I'll make a fish chowder with half, and have a pig out with some cooked in butter, garlic and dill.
Thank you Z. Bakery seeded rye waiting for sandwich time!! LOL
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Old 03-17-2011, 10:15 PM   #45
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We ate it too fast to take pictures before it got cold. DANG, was it ever good!!
Corned beef
Colcannan..the best I've ever made
buttered honey baby carrots.

This salt lover has had enough to last a year.
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Old 03-17-2011, 10:18 PM   #46
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I had my corned beef and cabbage last night (I could kick myself--turned out the carrots had gone bad, and that is one of my favorite parts of the meal), then I had leftovers for lunch today.

For supper I had a big salad of lettuce, tomato, avocado, a little Colby-Jack cheese, and green goddess dressing. I guess that's kind of Irish in a way--everything but the tomato and cheese was green.
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Old 03-17-2011, 11:05 PM   #47
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We had Corned Beef and cabbage, carrots, potatoes and onions. Lemon Meringue pie for dessert later. My corned beef was a point cut and was very lean and not salty at all, very delish! BTW "flats" were $7 lb here; this point cut was just under $3 lb. :-)

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Old 03-17-2011, 11:11 PM   #48
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Tuna salad on English muffins with tomatoes, black olives, and melted extra sharp cheddar. Green salad on the side.
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Bangers & Mash! braised cabbage and some yummy Apricot Wheat Ale. No dessert per se, but we're picking at this sweet and juicy pineapple I chopped this morning.
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i had the leftover pork ribs that i mention earlier today. made lime cilantro rice ( to die for). then made a salad from heaven, spinach, mushrooms, bacon bits. cherry tomatoes, green onion and just for fun, added some fresh black berries i had in fridg. used poppy seed dressing, just wonderful. i am a happy camper..
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