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Old 02-06-2019, 08:50 PM   #11
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Kielbasa and Pirogi with cabbage..
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I made bachelor surprise. Not a spectacular meal, but lots of veg (which we were both craving) and it's a tasty, one pot meal.
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Old 02-06-2019, 11:43 PM   #13
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What's "bachelor surprise", taxy?

If I think about it, I begin to get a little scared...
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What's "bachelor surprise", taxy?

If I think about it, I begin to get a little scared...

Tonight it was ground beef fried with onions and jalapenos, some frozen "Asian style stir fry" vegis, and rice. All fried in one pan. I always add a bunch of sesame seeds. We serve it with tamari and choice of hot sauces. Basic and simple.

My friend dubbed it "bachelor surprise" because it could be any meat you have in the fridge, already cooked or not, and could be left over veg, could be left over potatoes instead of rice, so it's never exactly the same.
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Old 02-07-2019, 02:53 AM   #15
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Kielbasa and Pirogi with cabbage..
That looks like a great meal, Roch. I have a "cooking kielbasa"* in the freezer, along with pierogs. All I need is to buy cabbage sometime soon.

I knocked off one grocery store run today. Wanted to shop two, but got out of the house too late to get them both done before weather moved in. Thankfully, we had one more round of leftovers. Himself and I cleaned up the brats and kraut, he finished the mashed potatoes, and braised cabbage - and I had a dish of Greek yogurt with "fresh" cherries I tucked away into our freezer last summer.

*"cooking kielbasa" - Good enough if you cook it with other ingredients, but not real kielbasa that can stand on its own.
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Craig was on the west coast Monday so he picked up some stone crab claws that we had last night with mustard sauce.
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Old 02-07-2019, 07:15 AM   #17
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That looks like a great meal, Roch. I have a "cooking kielbasa"* in the freezer, along with pierogs. All I need is to buy cabbage sometime soon.



*"cooking kielbasa" - Good enough if you cook it with other ingredients, but not real kielbasa that can stand on its own.
These are fresh smoked Polish sausages..we bring them in our freezer section..
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Old 02-07-2019, 08:45 AM   #18
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Mom had a Dr appointment yesterday afternoon so we stopped at our favorite Chinese place and got our favorites. Mom had shrimp-fried rice, I got General Tso's Shrimp & shrimp-fried rice combo plate. We split an eggroll and each had a fortune cookie for dessert.
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Thawed white beans and ham.. As good as when it was made...

I baked a single layer, 6" chocolate cake for dessert..

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Left-over Chicken in gravy, over Grand's Biscuits, Southern Home-style...


Since I lost my Life Partner last July, these have saved me from ever having to learn how to make 'em from scratch.... My baking skills across the venue are "Pre-School" at best...


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