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Old 06-08-2008, 01:39 PM   #1
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Sunday dinner. 6/8/08

One of my favorites. Cooked cabbage with ham and potatoes.

Simple and tasty...

Just put everything in a crockpot with water, salt and pepper and let it cook.

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Old 06-08-2008, 01:41 PM   #2
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Sounds good Jeff.

We're having hamburgers.
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beer can chicken ...
foil pouch red potatoes ..
green beans ..
salad ..
cheesecake ..
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One of my favorites. Cooked cabbage with ham and potatoes. Simple and tasty...Just put everything in a crockpot with water, salt and pepper and let it cook.
sounds so good and so easy. dh loves shredded cabbage sauteed in garlic, butter, salt and pepper, then the tiniest drizzle of vinegar over it and a bit of parm cheese tossed in. he could eat that as a meal.

Tonight it'll be pan fried chicken breast with bacon haricoverts over linguini noodles and a cream sauce. Ended up going out to the Chicken Coupe and only was able to eat half of my dinner.
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Old 06-08-2008, 02:13 PM   #5
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Love, steamed/boiled ...whatever cabbage Jeff...Pass the pepper sauce.

However tonight will be..."Swimp" Po-Boys, Zapp's Potato Chips, and brownies........
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Old 06-08-2008, 02:26 PM   #6
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Turkey drumsticks roasted in an oven bag with mixed veggies, ketchup, herbs, white wine. Oven-baked Vidalia onions with beef bouillon cubes and butter. Too hot for dessert.
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Flank steak marinated in rum, brown sugar, soy, ginger, garlic, and spring onions.

For a little appy I'm marinating little balls of mozzarella, some mini heirloom tomatoes, fresh basil, in some Sicilian evoo.

The other little appy is I'm going to make tiny little buffalo burger the same way I make my regular burgers and put a pinch of fresh water-packed mozzarella in the middle.

Then we'll have a salad and I'm going to grill some potatoes slices again - they are WAAAAAAAY better than fries or chips!
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Got some ribs cooking on the grill to serve with baked beans and roast potatoes. I will grill a pizza for dh since Sunday is his pizza day. Drinking a frozen pina colada to start. It sure is a hot one here today. Big change from last week.
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Old 06-08-2008, 03:18 PM   #9
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Stroganoff.... in the slow cooker. Over ribbon noodles and garlic bread.
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despite the oppressive heat, I am firing up the oven for pizza. I "roasted" some garlic in the microwave and want to incorporate it into the red sauce. 'twill be a snap pea, onion, garlic and cheeses' pizza
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