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Old 04-15-2012, 03:22 PM   #11
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This cornbread is so moist on the inside with that nice crisp iron skillet crust.
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Old 04-15-2012, 03:22 PM   #12
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I took a pork shoulder roast out of the freezer and already have my mess in place (mise en place) for Chipotle Pork with two adjustments; I am replacing the honey with agave nectar because it's easier to work with and I am using turkey broth instead of chicken broth because I have some I have to use up. The pork will be accompanied by red beans and rice, and a Southwest Caesar salad.

If my butt doesn't thaw out in time I have some leftover meatloaf and mashed potatoes in the back of the refrigerator, and some petite white corn in the freezer as a backup. I'll open a bottle of Zin to go with the chipotle pork, but I think an Italian Barbera will go better with the meatloaf.
Ooh, Sir Loin! C&P! Thanks!

Hope your butt thaws.

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Old 04-15-2012, 04:07 PM   #13
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I took a pork shoulder roast out of the freezer and already have my mess in place (mise en place) for Chipotle Pork with two adjustments; I am replacing the honey with agave nectar because it's easier to work with and I am using turkey broth instead of chicken broth because I have some I have to use up. The pork will be accompanied by red beans and rice, and a Southwest Caesar salad.

If my butt doesn't thaw out in time I have some leftover meatloaf and mashed potatoes in the back of the refrigerator, and some petite white corn in the freezer as a backup. I'll open a bottle of Zin to go with the chipotle pork, but I think an Italian Barbera will go better with the
meatloaf.
Oh that meal does sound amazing. I love agave nectar. I use it all the time. I especially like it in my tea, but also makes a good base or additive for home made hot wing sauce & many other things.


Thanks Dawgluver. I am so excited! It turned out perfect.

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Old 04-15-2012, 04:14 PM   #14
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Hey guys I'm new here but I figured I get started and jump right in on replying to posts and such! On my menu tonight I'm making Pork and String Bean Stir Fry! Hope everyone's dishes comes out perfect and delectable!
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Old 04-15-2012, 04:26 PM   #15
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We'll start with a caprese salad then tomato braised short ribs and pumpkin gnocchi with sage brown butter sauce
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Old 04-15-2012, 04:26 PM   #16
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Made seared sea scallops and asparagus. I planned to do them in a teriyaki glaze, but when I taste tested one I decided they were just right without anything extra.
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Nice, DebLyn!

Tonight is chili mac & cheese, just as soon as it cools down a little.
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Made seared sea scallops and asparagus. I planned to do them in a teriyaki glaze, but when I taste tested one I decided they were just right without anything extra.
That is a beautiful dinner...
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My 7 year old insisted on us roasting hotdogs on a stick over the gas grill so thats what we had!
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