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Old 03-05-2013, 02:09 AM   #61
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I would eat beets every day if somebody would prepare them for me. Too much work and mess.
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Old 03-05-2013, 11:43 AM   #62
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Yesterday I had a bowl of black eyed peas w/butter, a bowl of mandarin oranges and a glass of milk for dinner.

Another meal I like is cottage cheese on toasted buttered English muffins and crumbled feta cheese on fresh sliced tomatoes, or cucumbers.

or

Baloney sandwich with mayo and lays potato chips in the sandwich not on the side, and some fruit.

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Mushrooms and onions sauteed in butter, and a couple slices of cheese.
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Well this may not be weird enough for this group, but I like to heat to boiling a can of yellow hominy and add a glob of butter and about 2/3 of a cup of evaporated milk and let it simmer a bit until the milk sort of thickens, then add salt and lots of black pepper. Yummmm ;). I have been known, when home alone to eat this for dinner or a can of butter beans with butter, salt and pepper. ;) that works too!
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Well this may not be weird enough for this group, but I like to heat to boiling a can of yellow hominy and add a glob of butter and about 2/3 of a cup of evaporated milk and let it simmer a bit until the milk sort of thickens, then add salt and lots of black pepper. Yummmm ;). I have been known, when home alone to eat this for dinner or a can of butter beans with butter, salt and pepper. ;) that works too!
I've done the butter beans only I don't add salt, just unsalted butter and pepper.
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Old 03-06-2013, 12:32 AM   #65
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Well this may not be weird enough for this group, but I like to heat to boiling a can of yellow hominy and add a glob of butter and about 2/3 of a cup of evaporated milk and let it simmer a bit until the milk sort of thickens, then add salt and lots of black pepper. Yummmm ;). I have been known, when home alone to eat this for dinner or a can of butter beans with butter, salt and pepper. ;) that works too!
I do that with canned samp (almost the same as hominy)
You should try adding a blob of sour cream and grated cheddar cheese on top.
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I had a bowl of warmed sauerkraut with grated cheddar and cracked black pepper for dinner last night. Wasn't in the mood for meat.
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Old 03-06-2013, 12:46 AM   #67
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My youngest one hates tomato "anything." Ketchup, pasta sauce, sliced tomatoes in a salad, etc. Will eat a BL sandwich. No tomato.
wow, i'm the exact opposite. i could at just about anything covered in either tomato sauce or ketchup.

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I would eat beets every day if somebody would prepare them for me. Too much work and mess.
+1!

have you ever had grated beets, nice, hot horseradish, and chunks of farmer's cheese mixed together, rock?

ok, i guess that's one of my weird easter combos.
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Well this may not be weird enough for this group, but I like to heat to boiling a can of yellow hominy and add a glob of butter and about 2/3 of a cup of evaporated milk and let it simmer a bit until the milk sort of thickens, then add salt and lots of black pepper. Yummmm ;). I have been known, when home alone to eat this for dinner or a can of butter beans with butter, salt and pepper. ;) that works too!
I don't care for hominy, but I Love butter beans and have had a can (also w/ butter, salt, and pepper) for lunch or dinner. I also do this with black eyed peas, and black beans. Yum!
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Mix cottage cheese and apple butter together. Yummy!
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Old 03-06-2013, 09:41 AM   #70
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+1!

have you ever had grated beets, nice, hot horseradish, and chunks of farmer's cheese mixed together, rock?

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Can't say as I ever have....
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