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Old 08-29-2006, 08:05 AM   #1
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Chicken fried steak - has anyone served this w/rice ? Never had gravy on rice-- ? green beans, sliced fresh tomatoes, and Paula Deen's -garlic cheese biscuits! Then if needed - white cake w/crm, cheese frosting -yum !

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Old 08-29-2006, 08:14 AM   #2
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Pan fried salmon, corgettes simply sauteed and some diced and roasted potato and a green salad. I'll probably make a honey mustard dressing for the slamon. I usually have rice instead of potato w/ salmon, so will be a change. My only worry is the level of fat in the meal. I hope its not unpleasant, eveything is sauteed or roasted.
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Old 08-29-2006, 08:26 AM   #3
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We're having salmon, too. I'll prob serve pasta with alfredo sauce...and a salad.
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Italian Beef Sandwiches topped with Moz. Cheese, Cole Slaw, Chips and Peppercinni Peppers.
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Old 08-29-2006, 10:45 AM   #5
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Not Sure What We Are Having, I Have Large Pork Loin In The Fridge
I Need To Cut Up And Freeze, And May Do Something With That.

Any Ideas?
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Not Sure What We Are Having, I Have Large Pork Loin In The Fridge
I Need To Cut Up And Freeze, And May Do Something With That.

Any Ideas?
I make a roasted pork loin with, a little olive oil,then a dry rub of minced garlic, salt, pepper, sage, poutry seas. and onion powder all over the rst. Roast uncoverd on a rack in 9x13 pan add enough water to cover bottom of pan. - 350' for 1hr.15 mins. Awesome gravy too !
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Old 08-29-2006, 12:24 PM   #7
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I just put corned beef and potatoes in the crock pot. Not sure what else we'll be having with that yet.
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Paul requested beef stroganoff so that's what we are having. I think I'll use rice instead of noodles though. Fresh green beans with bacon and onion and salad will be the sides.
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Old 08-29-2006, 01:23 PM   #9
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Not Sure What We Are Having, I Have Large Pork Loin In The Fridge
I Need To Cut Up And Freeze, And May Do Something With That.

Any Ideas?
CHANGE OF PLANS THE MY HUBBY WOULD LIKE TO GRILL THE WALLEYE
WE CAUGHT ON OUR FISHING TRIP A COUPLE OF WEEKS BACK, I WOULD
LIKE TO TRY THE NORTHERN PIKE. HOPE HE TAKES THE PIKE OUT OF THE
FREEZER. SO GRILLED FISH WILD RICE, AND CALIFLOWER.

I STILL HAVE TO DO SOMETHING WITH THE PORK NEED TO GET IT IN THE
FREEZER.
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Chicken fried steak - has anyone served this w/rice ? Never had gravy on rice-- ? green beans, sliced fresh tomatoes, and Paula Deen's -garlic cheese biscuits! Then if needed - white cake w/crm, cheese frosting -yum !
Yes, gravy on rice is quite common - I was going to raz you something terrible about never having rice on gravy and ask you how you could possibly have lived in the south this long without ever having that? Then I realized I was thinking "BarbaraL" and you are Barb L -

It's like mashed potatoes and gravy - they go hand-in-hand.

As for dinner - I am absolutely, positively, NOT having BBQ again!!!!!!!!!!! I don't care how much is left!!!!!!! I'll send it back to school with my son when he comes in for his dental appt. I'm SICK of BBQ.

Since I unexpectedly have to work today and I work until 8:00 I will probably just grab something quick out.
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