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Old 03-21-2017, 07:46 PM   #11
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I'm making Steve's Hungarian goulash Soup tonight. We'll have it with baguette and butter.
Mmm... that sounds good. I haven't had it myself for a while, but we're starting to get into spring now, so I'd better make a batch soon.

I had a pan-seared pork chop, and avocado tomato salad.

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Old 03-21-2017, 07:56 PM   #12
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I should, probably, feel a bit of guilt..but.. I don't..

While running errands, we looked at each other and said. "Why not have a pig out?" Soooo.. we stopped at the Nifty 50's Cafe and I had a bacon cheese burger, with onion rings and she had a linguisa sandwich also with onion rings.. We burped all the way home...

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Old 03-21-2017, 08:20 PM   #13
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Linguisa you say? MMM
In Hawaii we simply call it Portuguese Sausage, MY FAV!!!
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Portuguese Sausage eggs and rice
You can have this at McDonald's for breakfast
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Old 03-21-2017, 08:43 PM   #14
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What's on your plate 3/21/2017?

Vas es los, linguisa? Lingua is tongue, I think. Tongue sausage?
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Old 03-21-2017, 09:34 PM   #15
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Vas es los, linguisa? Lingua is tongue, I think. Tongue sausage?
Dawg, I'm not sure what cut of pork is used in Linguisa ...
The Great Portuguese Sausage Shootout – Tasty Island
... but here's a good blog post about Hawaiian Style Portuguese Sausage.
*disclaimer-this is my life-long-friend's-little-brother's-blog, but no matter*
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Old 03-21-2017, 09:48 PM   #16
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Dawg, I'm not sure what cut of pork is used in Linguisa ...

The Great Portuguese Sausage Shootout Tasty Island

... but here's a good blog post about Hawaiian Style Portuguese Sausage.

*disclaimer-this is my life-long-friend's-little-brother's-blog, but no matter*

Thanks, K-girl! This interests me. Great comparisons.
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CWS....give me a hint on the apricot chicken. I made some chicken today and DH is a huge fan of apricots. He'd love that.

Today, chicken and mac n cheese, brussel sprouts later.
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In observance of World Poetry Day,

Not eating any swill,
but having steak tips on the grill,
roasting some brussel sprouts,
baked sweet potatoes to round it out.

World Poetry Day 21 March
Hey Grandpa...



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I went off to Kroger,
a few things to buy,
and as I was shopping,
a sight caught my eye,
Taylor Pork Roll,
NOT Taylor ham.
It tastes just a little,
like that meat in a can.
I bought me some slices,
and fried them up right,
and that's what I had for dinner tonight.

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CWS....give me a hint on the apricot chicken. I made some chicken today and DH is a huge fan of apricots. He'd love that.

Today, chicken and mac n cheese, brussel sprouts later.
I really don't have a recipe. I do this in the pressure cooker. First, I take about 1 cup of dried apricots, chop them, and then soak them in apricot nectar (about 1 cup) and 1 cup of hot water. Meanwhile, I mix some soy sauce, Chinese 5-spice, ginger, garlic, apricot preserves, wee bit of brown sugar, adjust by taste.

I brown the chicken breasts in the pressure cooker with about 2 T oil or coconut oil, drain the "juice" from apricots, add that to the pressure cooker, put the lid on and make sure there is at least 1-1/2 c juice--that cooks for 12 minutes at 15 psi. I cool it using the quick-cool method. I remove the chicken from the pot, add the plumped apricots and some corn starch to thicken the stock. I then tumble everything over either rice or udon noodles. Not too complicated, I just throw it all together in the pressure cooker and it works. When I don't have apricot nectar, I use orange juice. Today I added mushrooms, onion, and green peppers after I browned the chicken and before I added the liquid. If it weren't for my Dad, I would add some fresh cilantro (chopped) on top as a garnish or some chopped green onions.
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