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Old 01-25-2011, 08:12 AM   #1
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Tuesday 1/25/2011, What's on your plate?

Good day everyone!!

It is snowing "wintery mix" and is supposed to do this till thursday!! YIKES!!

I didn't think out todays dinner ahead of time. I think it will be omelets.
Green pepper, onions, mushrooms and cheese with fried potatoes and rye bread/toast.
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Old 01-25-2011, 08:23 AM   #2
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I thawed a pound of Beef Liver. I finally have Panko and am going to use it to have:

Chicken Fried Liver
Country White Sauce
Carmelized Onion
Bacon
Green Beans
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Old 01-25-2011, 10:19 AM   #3
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I'm thinking cheese soup with grilled ham sandwiches. I may experiment and fry up some bacon to add to the soup. I usually just use veggies in it but I have some slices of bacon sitting in the fridge from another recipe. Need to use them soon.
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I just had a bacon and Swiss cheese sandwich. Mmmmm.
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Old 01-25-2011, 02:19 PM   #5
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I browned a 3lb pice of pork shoulder that was covered in homemade BBQ rub that is now in the pressure cooker for an hour. I"ll put it in a low oven and let it cook a bit more and serve it with some tiny oven baked new potatoes
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Old 01-25-2011, 02:35 PM   #6
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I've got chicken breasts marinating in Montreal seasoning. Will make a pot of rice w/ mushrooms, some steamed green beans and a fruit salad.
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I am now thinking of a whole different direction with most of those ingredients. I am thinking of sauteing green pepper, onion, mushrooms and smoked ham then adding leftover brown rice a frying. Does this sound interesting? What seasoning would you add? I don't think soy/asian seasoning with the smoked ham would go over to big with the family.
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I am now thinking of a whole different direction with most of those ingredients. I am thinking of sauteing green pepper, onion, mushrooms and smoked ham then adding leftover brown rice a frying. Does this sound interesting? What seasoning would you add? I don't think soy/asian seasoning with the smoked ham would go over to big with the family.
Good ole salt and pepper??
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Gonna do a fry up tonight. Beer battered Haddock, whith fresh cut fries. In Canola oil. Long neck frosties....
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I am now thinking of a whole different direction with most of those ingredients. I am thinking of sauteing green pepper, onion, mushrooms and smoked ham then adding leftover brown rice a frying. Does this sound interesting? What seasoning would you add? I don't think soy/asian seasoning with the smoked ham would go over to big with the family.
Add a bit of chopped tomatos in there and add some creole seasoning. Jambalaya style...
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