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Old 05-09-2011, 06:08 PM   #11
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I picked up some Basa filets yesterday and am trying to figure out what I want to do with them. I am making a brown rice with cranberries side dish and probably some form of salad.

Dad is still not eating much so am not sure what he will be eating (doesn't eat anything related to the sea - he used to be an avid fisherman, but would not touch what he caught!). I may do him a meatball soup or something along those lines.
I know a lot of people that will not eat what their mate has caught. I prefer to eat stuff I've caught myself or by people who take care of their catch. The way things are going it may some day become illegal, to consume stuff that is privately caught.
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Old 05-09-2011, 06:39 PM   #12
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Seasoned and pan fried pork loin chop, egg noodles (mushrooms, baby peas and pearl onions sautéed in butter with chicken bouillon and seasonings added) and salad.

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Old 05-09-2011, 07:00 PM   #13
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Old 05-09-2011, 07:21 PM   #14
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I know a lot of people that will not eat what their mate has caught. I prefer to eat stuff I've caught myself or by people who take care of their catch. The way things are going it may some day become illegal, to consume stuff that is privately caught.
With Dad it is that he got sick as a child on fish and never wanted to eat it again. My sister and I went all our lives thinking it was an allergy until they were restricting his food in the hospital because Worcestershire sauce, etc all contain some sort of fish sauce and many stews, etc. contain those sauces. Finally Dad said it was only a dislike so he could get those foods back in his diet and just not have actual fish or seafood.

I have switched to homemade burgers - forgot the hockey game is early tonight and I don't want to miss it! The Basa will be for tomorrow.
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Seasoned and pan fried pork loin chop, egg noodles (mushrooms, baby peas and pearl onions sautéed in butter with chicken bouillon and seasonings added) and salad.
Another YUM!! Love the mushrooms two ways - can't get enough of them!
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Old 05-09-2011, 07:22 PM   #17
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I'm going with the BBQ'd capicola. I went shopping, but it was for plants and not hamburger. So the sloppy joes will have to wait a day.
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I know a lot of people that will not eat what their mate has caught. I prefer to eat stuff I've caught myself or by people who take care of their catch. The way things are going it may some day become illegal, to consume stuff that is privately caught.

Delete that quick before the crying liberals zoom in on it.
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Another YUM!! Love the mushrooms two ways - can't get enough of them!
Thank you LP!
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We ended up with grilled Rubens with German potato salad.
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