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Old 06-17-2021, 05:10 PM   #1
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Thursday's Chow Line - 6/17

Grilled Ham Steak , Mustard Sauce, Roasted Yukons, Chopped Collards, Harvard Beets.........


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Old 06-17-2021, 07:08 PM   #2
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Tonight we had Italian sausage ravioli with tomato sauce and Romano cheese with a side salad and a glass of Sauvignon Blanc.



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Day two of postdrome after two days of migraine, so we ordered from Thai Express. DH had pad Thai and I got a Thai soup and a couple of chicken wings. No heat in my soup or in my chicken wings, so I pulled out the Tabasco chipotle sauce.
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Old 06-17-2021, 09:36 PM   #4
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I made some curry tonight, in the Instant Pot - had a large rutabaga I wanted to use up, and also added some chicken. Here's the more detailed post:
https://www.discusscooking.com/forum...ry-106111.html

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Old 06-17-2021, 10:57 PM   #5
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We had salads and munched. Guess we were too full to have supper after a late breakfast of egg/ham/cheese sandwiches on rye bread. Those are always filling - and tasty.
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I flew into Bozeman, MT and am now settled in with my son, his wife, and my grandkids in Helena MT. DIL made large chicken breast on their Traeger. It was perfectly seasoned, had a light smoky flavor, and was tender and juicy. This was coupled with sliced zucchini, sautéed in butter.

This is the first time I have eaten food cooked on the Traeger. The flavor surprised me. It was less smoky than I would hace thought, and picked up some of the same flavor obtained by cooking over charcoal I am impressed. I'm still planning on purchasing a Webber kettle in July.
I feel it will just give us more cooking options.

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I flew into Bozeman, MT and am now settled in with my son, his wife, and my grandkids in Helena MT. DIL made large chicken breast on their Traeger. It was perfectly seasoned, had a light smoky flavor, and was tender and juicy. This was coupled with sliced zucchini, sautéed in butter.

This is the first time I have eaten food cooked on the Traeger. The flavor surprised me. It was less smoky than I would hace thought, and picked up some of the same flavor obtained by cooking over charcoal I am impressed. I'm still planning on purchasing a Webber kettle in July.
I feel it will just give us more cooking options.

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I hope you enjoy staying with your son and his family.

I want to hear all about that Traeger cooking. I just went down a rabbit hole looking at a vast number of different Traegers. Please let us know about future meals cooked on it.
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