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Old 08-29-2006, 01:44 PM   #11
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The first post in this thread made me think of country fried steak - which is like chicken fried steak, but cooked in the gravy. I think that is what is on the menu for dinner with fresh green beans, or asparagus. Can't decide on the veggie yet, but with garlic mashed potatoes for sure and a salad of sweet onion, cucumbers and tomatoes with herb dressing, and maybe one biscuit each. Fresh peaches for dessert or maybe strawberries.
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Old 08-29-2006, 02:23 PM   #12
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I've never had gravy on rice. Like brown gravy? The stuff for mashed potatoes? And what exactly is Chicken Fried Steak? I feel like someone is going to laugh at me because I'm in the south, but when I eat out, it's a steak house, not Denny's. That didn't come out right. I meant that steak is the only thing on the menu where I go. I've never been to a southern type restaurant like Shonies or Dennys (all we have near me). Hope that sounds better.

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Old 08-29-2006, 02:27 PM   #13
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Going shopping with DD - we are going to leave DH and DS at home (thank goodness) and do some powershopping and some powereating - we will choose a nice restaurant when the time is right - nothing better than that!
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Old 08-29-2006, 02:28 PM   #14
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Sephora - rice on gravy isn't a "Denny's" thing LOL It's common "down-home" cooking. And yes, the gravy ican brown but it is traditionally a milk gravy. Lots of times with chicken fried steak you are served a milk gravy versus brown gravy. CHicken fried steak is cubed steak batter dipped like chicken and fried - hence the name. No questions get laughed at around here!!!!
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The first post in this thread made me think of country fried steak - which is like chicken fried steak, but cooked in the gravy. I think that is what is on the menu for dinner with fresh green beans, or asparagus. Can't decide on the veggie yet, but with garlic mashed potatoes for sure and a salad of sweet onion, cucumbers and tomatoes with herb dressing, and maybe one biscuit each. Fresh peaches for dessert or maybe strawberries.
When you fix your country fried steak in gravy, does the breaded stay on ?? Sounds awful good ! May change my ways tonight !
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Yes, the breading stays on just like it does on fried chicken. It's no different. When you bread your cubed steak you put it into maybe 1/2" hot oil/Crisco/vegetable oil - when one side is nice and brown you flip it - it's yummy! Well, I gotta get to work.

In country fried steak the breading isn't as thick as in chicken fried steak. The gravy is different too.
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Old 08-29-2006, 02:38 PM   #17
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Beef ribs tonight, and a super garlicky caesar salad. Trying to decide if I can stomach another night of potatoes or if I am going to do rice and torture poor Ken.
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Yes, the breading stays on just like it does on fried chicken. It's no different. When you bread your cubed steak you put it into maybe 1/2" hot oil/Crisco/vegetable oil - when one side is nice and brown you flip it - it's yummy! Well, I gotta get to work.

In country fried steak the breading isn't as thick as in chicken fried steak. The gravy is different too.
I was just say in gravy, how Licia said she made her's.??
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Beef ribs tonight, and a super garlicky caesar salad. Trying to decide if I can stomach another night of potatoes or if I am going to do rice and torture poor Ken.
Send your pro-potato cards and letters to Alix NOW! Help me people!
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MicheleMarie wrote this a few days ago...

I am making something my husband's mom made for him when he was little - I cringed when I made them for the first time five years ago ... and now I actually crave them - bbq cups - brown ground beef, drain fat, return to pan and add brown sugar and bbq sauce. Meanwhile, split large biscuits (I use Grands) in half. Place half biscuit in greased muffin tin, fill with beef mixture, top with cheddar cheese, seal top with other half of biscuit - bake according to biscuit directions. DH loves his with cottage cheese, I like mine with xtra cheese.

...and it intrigued me. Sounds wonderful yet oddly weird. Just wonderful enough for me to try it on the man of my dreams tonight. Must get to the market as I have no ground beef. With it, I'll do a salad of avocados, yard toms, yard basil cashews, mozzarella balls and vinaigrette, canned corn, I know it's boring , but I have to eventually clean out that "kitchen store". I was wondering what kind of starch to use but think it's got plenty looking over the menu.
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