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Old 09-18-2021, 05:02 PM   #1
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Saturday's Kitchen Effort - 9/18

Poor Man's Surf & Turf ...........
Burger with Mustard & Onion on a Potato Bun, Fish Stick & Fries with Cocktail Sauce,
Chopped Collards with Bacon Bits...........


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Old 09-18-2021, 05:30 PM   #2
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That sound pretty good to me LT!



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My plan of action is Hatch Green Chile & Chicken Enchiladas
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Old 09-18-2021, 06:58 PM   #3
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Lunch was Chicken Jalapeno Cheddar burgers...

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I made the burgers on the panini grill. I like the way the weight makes them cook up to imitate a non-ground type of meat. They were yummy!

Dinner will be Turkey Skillet Pie...hopefully I'll remember to take a picture and share it later!
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Not feeling great today, so we just had leftovers.
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Old 09-18-2021, 07:49 PM   #5
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Not feeling great today, so we just had leftovers.
Hope tomorrow is a better day.
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Old 09-18-2021, 08:56 PM   #6
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Cast iron baked chicken, stuffing and corn.




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Our Saturday staple - potato, onion, and kielbasa soup. Mom liked it so much today she decided to have it for supper as well as lunch.
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Old 09-18-2021, 10:10 PM   #8
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1/3 lb. burgers, stuffed with American, and Tillamook Sharp cheddar, lightly seasoned with salt, liquid smoke, and Lee and Perrin's Worcestershire sauce, browned in very hot CI pan, then finished in 350' F. oven for 20 minutes. Served with sliced tomato, lettuce dill pickle, and condiments. Sesame buns were dipped in EVOO, toasted, and rubbed with fresh garlic. Rotini noodles were cooked al dente, drained, the had burger tray drippings added, along with butter and a pinch of salt. I made extra rich hot cocoa for the kids, with a marshmallow on top. The raw garlic rub on the buns was a little strong for the youngest, so I didn't make him eat the bun. 8 patties left. Plenty for my son and his wife when they get home.

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Old 09-18-2021, 11:38 PM   #9
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Green chile chicken enchiladas. When I was cleaning and freezing grill-roasted poblanos yesterday, I kept the trimmed pieces from the tops and chopped them. Had leftover chicken breast, a bit smoky from the Cobb Cooker. Having a can of spray oil makes cooking the tortillas a lot simpler. I make enough to fill two small baking dishes, each with six. One gets green sauce and cheese and goes in the toaster oven. The other gets frozen for an easy meal.



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Not feeling great today, so we just had leftovers.
We seem to have the same problem, sometimes just not feeling well enough to cook. Well Taxy, you hang in there. I hope you feel great tomorrow/today.

If you believe in the afterlife, there are a bunch of us that'll have to get together, to create and enjoy the best we can put together. And I'm looking forward to meeting all of my DC friends, and introducing you to my family. But for now, get some rest, and hopefully, you'll feel better soon.

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Old 09-19-2021, 09:19 AM   #11
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The Turkey Skillet Pie turned out great, as usual. It is really more of a chili with biscuits on top. I love fewer dishes to clean!

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Green chile chicken enchiladas. When I was cleaning and freezing grill-roasted poblanos yesterday, I kept the trimmed pieces from the tops and chopped them. Had leftover chicken breast, a bit smoky from the Cobb Cooker. Having a can of spray oil makes cooking the tortillas a lot simpler. I make enough to fill two small baking dishes, each with six. One gets green sauce and cheese and goes in the toaster oven. The other gets frozen for an easy meal.



She had a margarita. I chose Negra Modelo.

Looks great. I love the idea of putting fresh lettuce and tomatoes on top.
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DH is out of town for a few days. I made a bowl of nachos for dinner.
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We seem to have the same problem, sometimes just not feeling well enough to cook. Well Taxy, you hang in there. I hope you feel great tomorrow/today.

If you believe in the afterlife, there are a bunch of us that'll have to get together, to create and enjoy the best we can put together. And I'm looking forward to meeting all of my DC friends, and introducing you to my family. But for now, get some rest, and hopefully, you'll feel better soon.

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Thanks Chief, I seem to have more oomph today. I hope you have lots more good days than other days.
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