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Old 04-29-2016, 08:07 PM   #11
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Corned beef hash out of a can. It will keep me alive.
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Old 04-29-2016, 08:15 PM   #12
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Dadburn pressure cooker won't hold pressure. Leaking somewhere between the handle and the lid. I'll have to contact Fagor. Dinner was OK, but there is a lot of scorched food on the bottom, as I was guessing as to when it was done. Wife says it's a do again, as the chicken was fall off the bone and moist. Then again, she says that about just about everything I make, as long as I'm the one to do it again.
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Old 04-29-2016, 08:22 PM   #13
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Everyone's plans sound good!

DH's buddy came over after he was done work for a coffee and a baked good, I made some Mac Nut Brownies for the two of them.

So dinner is an easy one:
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Broccoli Rabe sauteed with loads of garlic and some browned sweet Italian sausage, a goodly pinch of red pepper flakes and finished with a dash or three of some good olive oil, as well as grated cheese; all served with some orecchiette, MMM! I like that slight bitterness of the Rapini with the sausage, it's a nice contrast in flavors in this dish. And DH will eat anything that has pasta.
Now, I understand that this is REALLY a dish in Italy, and I thought I was being imaginative
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Old 04-29-2016, 08:38 PM   #14
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Dadburn pressure cooker won't hold pressure. Leaking somewhere between the handle and the lid. I'll have to contact Fagor. Dinner was OK, but there is a lot of scorched food on the bottom, as I was guessing as to when it was done. Wife says it's a do again, as the chicken was fall off the bone and moist. Then again, she says that about just about everything I make, as long as I'm the one to do it again.
What a shame.
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Old 04-29-2016, 08:51 PM   #15
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My Husband got home from work tonight and I had cooked Ribeye Steaks that I had been marinating for 2 hours. Also we had broccoli and cheese baked potatoes and homemade rolls. It was delicious.
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Old 04-29-2016, 08:59 PM   #16
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Delish sounding dinners as usual, all!

I decided to have the pork chop tomorrow, and build a taco salad for this afternoon's dinner instead. Oh my, that was so good.

Iceberg and romaine lettuce, ground beef seasoned with Arizona Dreaming, black beans, corn cut off the cob, grape 'maters, green onions, fried corn tortilla strips, cilantro, and crumbled Cotija cheese. Topped with ranch dressing with a little adobo sauce mixed in - just enough for a nice spicy bite.

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Old 04-29-2016, 10:10 PM   #17
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I'm tossing some wings in the wok tonight!
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Old 04-30-2016, 01:09 AM   #18
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Another quick, comfort food dinner. A simple pan of onions, hot dog discs, and potatoes simmered until the potatoes were very tender. Doesn't sound like much, but we sure enjoy it.
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Delish sounding dinners as usual, all!

I decided to have the pork chop tomorrow, and build a taco salad for this afternoon's dinner instead. Oh my, that was so good.

Iceberg and romaine lettuce, ground beef seasoned with Arizona Dreaming, black beans, corn cut off the cob, grape 'maters, green onions, fried corn tortilla strips, cilantro, and crumbled Cotija cheese. Topped with ranch dressing with a little adobo sauce mixed in - just enough for a nice spicy bite.

I forgot to add the Cotija until after I took the pic.
Beautiful as usual Cheryl !
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Twice baked potato. With bacon bits, onion, cheese, sour cream, garlic, a little milk, and a little butter. And then I wonder why I can't lose weight.
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