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Old 04-09-2017, 03:17 PM   #1
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I have a small pork loin roast brining for tonight's dinner. I plan baked potatoes and a veggie or salad of SO's choosing.

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Old 04-09-2017, 04:02 PM   #2
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Got some spaghetti sauce simmering. Clams, sliced black olives, a few other things, and some spices.
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Old 04-09-2017, 04:25 PM   #3
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I'm dry brineing the small end cut of a tri tip to be grilled later to rare, and I'm making KFC copycat coleslaw. I'll also grill some garlic toast for the SC.
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Old 04-09-2017, 07:06 PM   #4
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I have chicken thighs seasoned with Penzeys Greek Seasoning in the oven. While they roast, I'm preparing a Greek seasoning mix to toss with potato wedges that I will brown in a sauté pan in olive oil. I have fresh asparagus, so I'll put that in the oven when the chicken is almost done and sprinkle it with lemon juice and feta for serving.
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Old 04-09-2017, 07:36 PM   #5
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We have almost enough leftovers for one, so I made a nice lupper around 4:00PM. We had link sausages, eggs with co-jack cheese, and toasted sourdough bread. Himself will rummage, I'll probably make salads for us. Otherwise it's Fend For Yourself.
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Old 04-09-2017, 07:59 PM   #6
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We have almost enough leftovers for one, so I made a nice lupper around 4:00PM. We had link sausages, eggs with co-jack cheese, and toasted sourdough bread. Himself will rummage, I'll probably make salads for us. Otherwise it's Fend For Yourself.
It is leftovers here tonight, too. Leftover brats from National Beer Day, on some really good rolls that I have to admit, I got at WalMart. I'm not a big WalMart shopper, but it was on the way home -- and these bakery rolls really are good.

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Old 04-09-2017, 08:26 PM   #7
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Went to daughter and SIL's for dinner, and other friends were there as well. I took black bean and corn salad (Cheryl J's recipe), Bush's Grillin Beans enhanced with applewood smoked bacon and onions, and Chef John's rusty chicken thighs. SIL was in charge of the grill, and did the marinated steak tips and chicken thighs. Daughter made a beautiful green salad, and picked up a baguette and dessert cake. Friends provided appetizers of cheeses, crackers, hummus, and veggies (and wine!). So much fun when there is such a variety of food, but there are enough people to contribute so that nobody has to do too much work.
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Old 04-09-2017, 08:41 PM   #8
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Mmmm, sounds good tenspeed. So glad you like the black bean and corn salad, I just made a batch a few days ago. Good stuff.
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I took a vacuum sealed package of 3 chicken thighs out of the freezer this morning and had intended to grill them. I ended up getting into a few household projects and decided to oven roast them instead so they wouldn't require constant supervision. They're roasting with garlic, lemon and thyme and it smells so good in here. One for dinner, the other two will be made into chicken salad for the next couple of days.

Since the oven is on, I'll roast some asparagus for a side.
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I have chicken thighs seasoned with Penzeys Greek Seasoning in the oven. While they roast, I'm preparing a Greek seasoning mix to toss with potato wedges that I will brown in a sauté pan in olive oil. I have fresh asparagus, so I'll put that in the oven when the chicken is almost done and sprinkle it with lemon juice and feta for serving.
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Chicken drumsticks, lightly dusted with Pappy's seasoning, lightly CI pan fried in a teaspoon of oil for a few minutes, then oven baked in the pan. Mashed potatoes, canned green beans, Pillsbury's Grands flaky biscuits.
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