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Old 09-05-2012, 05:09 PM   #11
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What I call "cowboy food". Fried onions, tomato, fresh chilli, bit of pesto..break an egg on top, sprinkle with feta cheese, put the lid on and let the egg cook a bit. Yum..
sounds good, kimmo. how do you say cowboy in french?

to me, an american style cassoulet (baked pinto or red beans with meat) is cowboy food.

dw is making turkey pucks tonight (unseasoned, extra-plain turkey burgers, yuk), so i'll pick up dinner for myself. i have to go buy new garbage cans since someone stole ours this morning - who the heck steals old, used garbage cans? so, i'm thinking and hot, open garlic steak sandwich, or maybe pizza and mussels fra diavolo.
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Old 09-05-2012, 05:37 PM   #12
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Bucky, maybe the garbage man decided they were trash too!

I was going to make a ham with squash casserole and salads but my hair appointment went longer than I expected and then it poured down rain so I couldn't leave the grocery store when I was done. Got home and had to go pick up the other car from the shop so I'm thinking it will be hot dogs and beans.
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Old 09-05-2012, 05:44 PM   #13
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Last night we had rissoles and chips
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dw is making turkey pucks tonight (unseasoned, extra-plain turkey burgers, yuk), so i'll pick up dinner for myself. i have to go buy new garbage cans since someone stole ours this morning - who the heck steals old, used garbage cans? so, i'm thinking and hot, open garlic steak sandwich, or maybe pizza and mussels fra diavolo.
I made turkey burgers today. I use thigh meat and added a little homemade relish as the binder, minced onion, minced garlic and ginger (fresh) and some fresh cracked pepper. I do them on the griddler and they still retain a little moisture without fat, salt, or any other "baddies".

I served with with salad dressed with lemon juice. DH loved it.
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Old 09-05-2012, 06:02 PM   #15
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Last night we had rissoles and chips
Rissoles, I had to look that one up. They sound like they would make a great finger food with endless possibilities
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Old 09-05-2012, 08:33 PM   #16
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Pacanis, yes they are basically beef mince with chopped onions, egg to bind, Worcestershire Sauce, garlic salt, milk and breadcrumbs....they are really tasty
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Pacanis, yes they are basically beef mince with chopped onions, egg to bind, Worcestershire Sauce, garlic salt, milk and breadcrumbs....they are really tasty
So they're mini meatloaves/meatballs. I had to look them up too, they sound delicious! Maybe you could post your recipe, Kylie?
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I had another bowl of brown rice with butter and then I had a bowl or two of Haagen-Dazs Swiss Almond Vanilla. They were out of rocky road.
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Old 09-05-2012, 11:01 PM   #19
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So they're mini meatloaves/meatballs. I had to look them up too, they sound delicious! Maybe you could post your recipe, Kylie?
I can do that DL

It is very simple, but very tasty
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I made enchiladas tonight.
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