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Old 02-01-2012, 06:49 PM   #11
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Old 02-01-2012, 07:06 PM   #12
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Still feeling a bit yucky, so continuing with the chicken and rice soup with some garlic bread to soak up the broth.
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I'm going to make a beef meatloaf, but I'm going to add some hot Italian sausage. I don't have any Weetabix, so I will crush some multi-grain breakfast flakes instead. I'll serve it with brown basmati rice and a salad. I'm thinking about some other side. Maybe I'll get some inspiration here.
Okay, that was, well, different. I won't be putting Italian sausage in a beef meatloaf again. It was okay. But, it was weird. I could taste my regular meatloaf and I could taste Italian sausage.

Made red and white coleslaw to go with above.
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Okay, that was, well, different. I won't be putting Italian sausage in a beef meatloaf again. It was okay. But, it was weird. I could taste my regular meatloaf and I could taste Italian sausage.

Made red and white coleslaw to go with above.
I'm surprised it didn't turn out. That sounded really good. Was it maybe too much Italian sausage?

I add 1/3# of cheap "hot" ground sausage for each pound of hamburger in a meatloaf. It's really good, and has more depth of flavor than just plain hamburger.
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Old 02-01-2012, 07:29 PM   #15
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I'm surprised it didn't turn out. That sounded really good. Was it maybe too much Italian sausage?

I add 1/3# of cheap "hot" ground sausage for each pound of hamburger in a meatloaf. It's really good, and has more depth of flavor than just plain hamburger.
It was ~1/3 of a pound Italian sausage and 2/3 of a pound ground beef. Yeah, it did sound good.
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Old 02-01-2012, 07:43 PM   #16
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We had an all-afternoon pot luck at work to go along with the all-day meetings so I was stuffed by the time I left at 4:00. So....Dinner for me was a small turkey sandwich about 10 minutes ago.
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Grilled pork chop and dry fried eggplant. This was my first time trying this technique. It does not look pretty but did taste good.

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We had chicken pattie sandwiches and corn. Not a lot but it was food.
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I made smoked sausage with sliced potato (cooked in butter/olive oil with garlic, salt-n-pepper and basil) and assorted veggies.

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