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Old 12-10-2014, 01:51 AM   #21
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Or maybe Steve likes leftovers and your first husband didn't, Kayelle. I remember as a teen I would spend hours talking to the young mom two doors down. I babysat their kids, and she was like the older sister I didn't have. I could not believe when she said she had to make sure she always have "just enough" for dinner at night since her husband refused to eat leftovers. There were certain dishes my Mom would prepare that we probably showed great restraint eating the night she made them just so there WERE leftovers! Wines and cheeses aren't the only foods that improve with age!
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Old 12-10-2014, 07:33 AM   #22
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My first wife's recipe....
Step 1 Boil a package of elbow Marconi,
step 2 Drain and put back in pot.
step 3 Pour in a quart of shur fine tomato juice.
step 4 If you feel like it brown a pound of hamburger and mix it in. If you are tired from doing nothing all day but sitting on the couch then don't. Its too much work.
step 5 call it Goulash
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Old 12-10-2014, 08:32 AM   #23
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My first wife's recipe....
Step 1 Boil a package of elbow Marconi,
step 2 Drain and put back in pot.
step 3 Pour in a quart of shur fine tomato juice.
step 4 If you feel like it brown a pound of hamburger and mix it in. If you are tired from doing nothing all day but sitting on the couch then don't. Its too much work.
step 5 call it Goulash
Run Jon, run!!!!!!!!

The issue of exactly what goulash is comes up from time to time and it is a pretty lively topic. This was an innocent thread about American Chop Suey, take a look and you will see what I'm talking about!

American Chop Suey?
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Old 12-11-2014, 02:44 PM   #24
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I think my husband's distain for leftovers is because he thinks it's a sign that you are poor, and to him, being poor would be the worst thing on earth. I grew up poor, and he has no idea. I rarely throw things out. I can eat leftovers for lunch the next day and I used to love taking them for lunch when I was working.

He had friends who were a struggling young family and they saved all leftovers for the whole week and then one night would be "leftover night." His wife would get it all out and heat it up and put it on the table. Each person ate what they wanted and nothing was thrown away. DH laughed his head off at that.

I had a friend growing up who would get a fresh cooked meal every night, but the leftovers from the night before were also heated up and put on the table. If you didn't like what was cooked for dinner, you ate the leftovers.

There were never leftovers when I was growing up.
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Old 12-11-2014, 02:44 PM   #25
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To me, macaroni with sauce and meat is Beefaroni.
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Old 12-11-2014, 02:50 PM   #26
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To me, macaroni with sauce and meat is Beefaroni.
Yup. You and Chef Boy-Ar-Dee agree on that.

This dish has a number of different names. One isn't more right than another.
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Old 12-14-2014, 01:06 AM   #27
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Carolpa, my recipe comes from Gourmet which has potatoes in it. It states to peel and dice the potatoes 1/2 inch cubes. Add to the goulash for the last 20 minutes. I like the potatoes too!
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Old 12-14-2014, 03:27 PM   #28
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Any, I don't see beef shanks around here very often. Will you suggest a substitute?
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Any, I don't see beef shanks around here very often. Will you suggest a substitute?
Sorry, Linda. I forgot he used beef shanks. I used 2.5 pounds of boneless chuck roast. That's my 'go to' cut of beef for stews and braises.
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Old 01-03-2015, 07:41 AM   #30
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I used this recipe once, it looks and tastes delicious ! Check it out
Hungarian Goulash I Recipe - Allrecipes.com

I hope that helped you ;)
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