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Old 04-11-2010, 12:15 PM   #11
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Is that your pic?! Dang that looks good Mr. Jerk.....er I mean Mr. Bob!

I'm hungry.
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Old 04-11-2010, 12:44 PM   #12
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I also have sliced up smoked pork loin stuffed w/cream cheese they might go for. Who knows
Sounds interesting. Care to share?
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Old 04-11-2010, 12:50 PM   #13
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We're having the bone-in spiral ham that wasn't thawed last Sunday. Sides I'm making sauteed green beans with shallots and garlic, roasted carrots, parslied potatoes, and homemade yeast rolls. We'll eat about 2:30pm and it will be the only meal I make today (okay, well, I made a sour cream coffee cake with a sweet pecan ribbon for breakfast). Nothing special for dessert... I've cut up some seasonal fruit and will serve it with ice cream. The ham and sides will be made over into other meals for the week, so I'm pretty much done until Friday (same meal tomorrow night, ham and beans Tuesday, pesto pasta with potatoes and green beans Wednesday, ham salad Thursday).
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Old 04-11-2010, 12:56 PM   #14
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Turkey italian sausage braised slowly in a mediteraian white bean stew.. Chocolate layer cake with raspberry jam and peanut butter mousse.. YUM!!!
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Old 04-11-2010, 01:04 PM   #15
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Sounds interesting. Care to share?
I had a "wild hair" and was tired of plain old smoked pork loin. Looked in the fridge and had 1/2 a bar of cream cheese leftover from make'n a seafood chili so I fillet out the loin, put some rub in w/the cheese, rolled up and smoked it. I haven't tried it yet, I just sliced into family portions, wrapped in plastic wrap & foil and froze. Sometime I like to smoke stuff to get my "fix" in.

Sorry, no pix of it when I sliced it, just this one.



I used some rub I had and added some dill. I've been on a dill kick lately.
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Old 04-11-2010, 06:03 PM   #16
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Green chile enchilada casserole (layers of corn tortillas, shredded chicken/Mjack cheese/onion/cilantro mixture, and chile verde enchilada sauce), Spanish rice, and either a green salad or a vegetable. I had the ingredients to make this dinner last weekend and just never got around to making it.
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Old 04-12-2010, 12:17 AM   #17
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Doctored up pizza with mushrooms, grape tomatoes, black olives, etc., and a green salad.
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Green chile enchilada casserole (layers of corn tortillas, shredded chicken/Mjack cheese/onion/cilantro mixture, and chile verde enchilada sauce), Spanish rice, and either a green salad or a vegetable. I had the ingredients to make this dinner last weekend and just never got around to making it.
Oh, Sierra, that sounds soo good!

I went to a "little" potluck tonight....only about 100 of my closest friends I took my now famous oriental meatballs and rice. There was some mighty good food there.

But I came home to have homemade hot fudge sundaes for dessert with Dad
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I feel like it's been a coon's age since I've been here.. I made myself a 2-cheese pizza. I made Mark a baked chicken breast with gravy, roasted potato slices and baby carrots.
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I wish I could have pulled up a chair at that dinner!
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