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Old 11-27-2011, 08:44 AM   #1
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What's Cookin' for Dinner Sun. Nov. 27th?

So much Goetta, so little time.
I'm going to be eating a few times today, all of my meals focusing on one main ingredient, Goetta!
Goetta, also called Cincinnati Caviar (that's a bit of a stretch), is week 12's Personal Pigskin Challenge's food, as my Browns are playing the Bengals again... and I already made Cincinnati Chili From what I read goetta is very big in the Cincinnati area, but nowhere else

Goetta is a sausage made with mostly pork butt and steel cut oats. (my mystery photo from last night) The recipe I used cooked the pork three hours in water with some onion and seasoning, then the oats were cooked for two hours in the same liquid. The pork and onions were ground, added back to the pot with the oats and cooked for another hour. And it was tasting pretty good Then the mixture was pressed into a loaf pan to set up.

Now I just have to decide on a few recipes
Glier's Goetta
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Old 11-27-2011, 08:54 AM   #2
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I'm on my way to the freezer to pick out the first big package of beef I find. Once that is done I can maybe decide how it should be braised so Shrek can have what I cook. I'm having the idea of some Texas Red.

Pintos on the side.

In the crockpot and ready to go...
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Old 11-27-2011, 09:27 AM   #3
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I'm on my way to the freezer to pick out the first big package of beef I find. Once that is done I can maybe decide how it should be braised so Shrek can have what I cook. I'm having the idea of some Texas Red.

Pintos on the side.

In the crockpot and ready to go...
mmmm... I made some TX Red a few weeks ago, when we played the Texans. First time making chili using actual chili peppers and no powder. And beef broth. Good stuff.
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Old 11-27-2011, 09:38 AM   #4
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mmmm... I made some TX Red a few weeks ago, when we played the Texans. First time making chili using actual chili peppers and no powder. And beef broth. Good stuff.
Dad sends me freshly made chili powder from AZ about twice a year. The ladies who make it for him always add extra for me. He gets to watch them toast the ingredients and grind them. It's nice to know people. I add extra cumin and garlic.

I love it when a dish takes me less than ten minutes to prep.
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Old 11-27-2011, 09:43 AM   #5
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Our gas supply broke this morning so no cooking for me I'm afraid. Microwaving a tin of carrot and coriander soup :(
No gas and our heating broke. Not having a great time!
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Old 11-27-2011, 10:36 AM   #6
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My first installment.
Goetta Pie
A little goetta pressed into the bottom of a skillet. A couple eggs broken on top, cheddar, onion... you're ready to tackle the world. Or the couch
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Old 11-27-2011, 11:46 AM   #7
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Creamy turkey soup and grilled cheese or if I cut up the whole boneless pork loin into a roast and chops we will have one of those. I'll decide later.
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Anything not poultry in origin.
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Old 11-27-2011, 12:03 PM   #9
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I'm with you on that, Andy!

Pac, your pie looks yummy. Had no idea what the mystery pic contained.
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I mentioned in the tailgating thread it is Grey Cup day here in Canada so it will be mostly munchies and I will do hot dogs for the guys (Dad, DH and my BIL).

Ever since I got sick I have not been able to eat meat, so will probably have more tortellini Alfredo and the munchies. Either that or if I am ambitious I will make some vegetarian rice.
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