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Old 09-21-2008, 04:14 PM   #11
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Old 09-21-2008, 04:39 PM   #12
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Baking a spiral ham with a honey glaze, scalloped potatoes, and steamed cabbage.

deelady - I just bought a 10 lb bag of potatoes, let me know if you need any
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Old 09-21-2008, 04:50 PM   #13
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DH's special birthday was at the end of August and because of my two surgeries we haven't been able to celebrate. So, tonight we are going out for Wing night at a local restuarant. We usually get 3 kinds and a large Caesar to share.

It will be so nice to get out of this house!
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Old 09-21-2008, 04:51 PM   #14
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I think I'll throw some wings and steak fries on the grill. Make the sauce on the hot side to enhance a cold beverage or two.... Looking forward to a good game tonight from the 'boys and the packers and finger food sounds good

And you???
How do you make steak fries on the grill?
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Old 09-21-2008, 04:55 PM   #15
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Leftover meatloaf with mashed taters and gravy, salads
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Baking a spiral ham with a honey glaze, scalloped potatoes, and steamed cabbage.

deelady - I just bought a 10 lb bag of potatoes, let me know if you need any
Dave, I was up early this morning with my leg and I was watching Paula Deen - don't watch her often but one of the menu items intrigued me. She made a peanutbutter glaze for the ham. I still can't get my tastebuds around it. It had honey, chicken stock, peanutbutter, garlic and soy sauce an mixed in a blender!
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Old 09-21-2008, 05:20 PM   #17
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Dave, I was up early this morning with my leg and I was watching Paula Deen - don't watch her often but one of the menu items intrigued me. She made a peanutbutter glaze for the ham. I still can't get my tastebuds around it. It had honey, chicken stock, peanutbutter, garlic and soy sauce an mixed in a blender!
Hmmm it does sound intriguing....one of those recipes that will either be really good or really bad. I'm takin it easy and using the galze packet that came with the ham. It has been a long day and I'm just not up to making my own glaze tonight.

So what 3 types of wings are you going for? I'm strictly a Buffalo wing fan.
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Old 09-21-2008, 05:38 PM   #18
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I've only tried three of her (PD's) recipes and didn't like any of them. I'm more skeptical than intrigued about putting peanut butter on a perfectly good ham. But I'm definitely interested in the outcome if anyone here tries it.

Suzi, I don't know if they are true "steak fries", but I often cook potatoes sliced in half on the grill in a foil pan with butter and EVOO, and seasoned well. They come out like baked potatoes with a little color to their two sides. I've posted a pic or ten here before
So, in lieu of my deep fryer's grease needing changed and me being lazy about it, I've started cooking thick cut potato wedges on the grill the same way. I use McCormick's Montreal seasoning on them. I'm not sure if they are truly steak fries, like I said, but around here a steak fry is anything cut thick and seasoned, so that's what I called them.

Here's a pic from a couple weeks ago.
And if you're really feeling energetic and want to add anotehr step, take them out of the pan, set them on the grill and let the oil drain away and get some grill marks on them
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I made Parmesan Potato Soup. It was yummy!
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I've only tried three of her (PD's) recipes and didn't like any of them. I'm more skeptical than intrigued about putting peanut butter on a perfectly good ham. But I'm definitely interested in the outcome if anyone here tries it.

Suzi, I don't know if they are true "steak fries", but I often cook potatoes sliced in half on the grill in a foil pan with butter and EVOO, and seasoned well. They come out like baked potatoes with a little color to their two sides. I've posted a pic or ten here before
So, in lieu of my deep fryer's grease needing changed and me being lazy about it, I've started cooking thick cut potato wedges on the grill the same way. I use McCormick's Montreal seasoning on them. I'm not sure if they are truly steak fries, like I said, but around here a steak fry is anything cut thick and seasoned, so that's what I called them.

Here's a pic from a couple weeks ago.
And if you're really feeling energetic and want to add anotehr step, take them out of the pan, set them on the grill and let the oil drain away and get some grill marks on them

Those look yummy pacanis!
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