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Old 09-12-2016, 12:45 PM   #1
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Monday's Dinner Sep. 12th

I currently have a chuck roast on the Weber that's smoking over some hickory chunks. I plan to shred it when it's done and we'll have that for dinner tonight.

I'll have it on a deli bun while SO has it with some veggies as she is currently in low carb mode.

What are your plans?
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Old 09-12-2016, 01:09 PM   #2
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Tons of chili left from last night, 'cept I'll make a skillet of cornbread to go with. It'll be interesting to see if the seasonings "heat up" after resting overnight. Plenty spicy last night, but that's a good thing in this house.
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Old 09-12-2016, 01:10 PM   #3
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Chuck roast (7 bone) here also, but gonna be a pot roast. It has been requested that I do it outside on one of my propane burners so as not to heat up the house. Guess I'll be breaking out the CI Dutch oven. I had to have the butcher cut me a 2" thick, 5 pounder. They never have thick cut ones in the case. Besides the carrots, onions and potatoes, I got some parsnips and crimini mushrooms. The onions I'm using are cipolline.
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Old 09-12-2016, 01:53 PM   #4
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We had leftover chili over rice with corn bread last night. I think two days is enough what's left will go in freezer to be chili dogs next week.

Tonight is undecided but may be chicken cutlets, mashed potatoes and corn. Maybe gravy.
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Old 09-12-2016, 02:01 PM   #5
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Chuck roast (7 bone) here also, but gonna be a pot roast. It has been requested that I do it outside on one of my propane burners so as not to heat up the house. Guess I'll be breaking out the CI Dutch oven. I had to have the butcher cut me a 2" thick, 5 pounder. They never have thick cut ones in the case. Besides the carrots, onions and potatoes, I got some parsnips and crimini mushrooms. The onions I'm using are cipolline.

Craig, I usually buy a tied boneless chuck roast. Never bought a 7 bone.
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My daughter wanted her favorite dinner, so we had chicken fried rice. She loves it and we needed her to fill her belly due to start of the Run A Round. The dinner we had planned happened to be a lot like the lunch she got at day care and well, she cant have same food twice.

Their chef is so good I cant say mine is better sometimes.
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Old 09-12-2016, 02:11 PM   #7
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Craig, I usually buy a tied boneless chuck roast. Never bought a 7 bone.
For what you are doing, that probably is the better choice. I prefer the seven bone for pot roast and what we call "Swiss Steak".
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I need to do something with the massive Costco smoked salmon fillet we opened this weekend. So probably cream cheese-smoked salmon dip, maybe with poached or fried eggs and steamed green beans.
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Dawgluver: We used to set smoked salmon in fish jelly when I was little, first day smoked fish, second day fish pudding, that is rice and smoked salmon and dill baked and third day set in jelly and served on bread.
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Old 09-12-2016, 03:01 PM   #10
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Thank you, CakePoet! I'll have to look up fish jelly. I think I'll send half the SS off to work with DH tomorrow along with some crackers.
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