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Old 03-26-2012, 08:44 PM   #21
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A new recipe from the card-file here tonight. It is a sesame beef pot roast.

I planning on roasting some potatoes on the side and steaming some green beans and snap peas.
Added rice as a side, but I was all out of snap peas. Still, it came out really good.
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Still got some cabbage left. I think I will do up some Haluski with whole wheat egg noodles....
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Added rice as a side, but I was all out of snap peas. Still, it came out really good.
Guys, these both look and sound amazing! Dave, do you have a recipe for that pot roast? Rock, yours has been copied and pasted!

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Old 03-26-2012, 11:15 PM   #24
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Old 03-26-2012, 11:43 PM   #25
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After my Dr. appointment. my granddaughter and I went to Cheeseburger in Paradise. I had a Sweet Spicy Chicken Sandwich w/Sweet Potato Chips. It was pretty tasty. I will have to try to copy the Dragon Fire Sauce. It was a little too sweet for my taste but good.
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Old 03-27-2012, 12:15 AM   #26
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Tonight I am having Bimini bread and a sort of bean/minestrone soup.

It is very cold, sunny and windy!

The soup is a collection of odds and ends I found squirreled away in the darkest corners of the freezer. Things originally saved for a day like today. It reminds me of "the time of want" described in Jane Watson Hopping's cookbooks. She was the original Pioneer Lady. She described late winter and early spring as the time of want because at this time of year all of the canned goods were depleted and the gardens were not producing any thing of use, a harsh time of year when people feasted on hope. If you get a chance please take the time to read her books.
thanks b, i'll look for them. i'm an avid student of the period between america's independence and the industrial revolution, when people had faith for good reasons and thought and acted for the betterment of everyone, despite truely hard times.

barbara, your bacon hash brown bake sounds good, like one of the jimmy dean breakfast bowls i like for a quick breakfast. can you post details, recipe, or a link, please?

we had a combo of a spinach, cherry tomato, and mushroom salad, and a feta, onion, and frisee salad (that were untouched leftovers that i brought home from work).

then, dw made a london broil, nuked spuds with bacon bits, and reheated a can o'corn.
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...barbara, your bacon hash brown bake sounds good, like one of the jimmy dean breakfast bowls i like for a quick breakfast. can you post details, recipe, or a link, please?...
BT, here is the link for the original recipe (what I made last time): Bachelor in the Kitchen: Breakfast Tailgating with Potato Bacon Casserole « Nestlé Kitchens

I ended up making a last minute switch (It was getting late and I didn't want to take the time to cook the bacon, plus we really didn't need the added cheese tonight). What I ended up doing instead was subbing deli corned beef for the bacon (I cut the slices into short strips), and (being lazy) I added a can of green beans (drained). No cheese. It turned out really good and was a little reminiscent of corned beef hash (but better, and not all greasy like canned corned beef hash).
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Guys, these both look and sound amazing! Dave, do you have a recipe for that pot roast? Rock, yours has been copied and pasted!
Thanks!!!

Yep, I'll type up the recipe and post it later today.
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BT, here is the link for the original recipe (what I made last time): Bachelor in the Kitchen: Breakfast Tailgating with Potato Bacon Casserole « Nestlé Kitchens

I ended up making a last minute switch (It was getting late and I didn't want to take the time to cook the bacon, plus we really didn't need the added cheese tonight). What I ended up doing instead was subbing deli corned beef for the bacon (I cut the slices into short strips), and (being lazy) I added a can of green beans (drained). No cheese. It turned out really good and was a little reminiscent of corned beef hash (but better, and not all greasy like canned corned beef hash).
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Guys, these both look and sound amazing! Dave, do you have a recipe for that pot roast? Rock, yours has been copied and pasted!

Thanks,also. It's just comfort food, nothing pretty, but guaranteed you will go for seconds..........
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