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medtran49 12-21-2019 07:10 PM

Dinner, Saturday 12.21.2019
 
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Huevos rancheros with homemade corn tortillas.​

Whiskadoodle 12-21-2019 07:27 PM

Perfect grilling weather to celebrate the winter solstice. 42F and the snow melted off the driveway. Wheeled the weber kettle out and grilled chicken breasts and thighs, brushed with Famous Dave's bbq sauce, packet sliced sweet potatoes and salads.

Andy M. 12-21-2019 07:47 PM

Spaghetti with sausages, meatballs and sauce.

Kayelle 12-21-2019 10:51 PM

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I was shocked that our local supermarket had Australian loin lamb chops nearly as nice as Costco and they were only $5. lb. That's a real bargain in these parts as I think they are $8 lb at Costco. SC is going back for more tomorrow because they were just delicious, being from Australia and the price is unbeatable.

They were pan fried with Cavender' Greek Seasoning and we had angel hair herb pasta with peas, and steamed broccolini. Good eats..:yum:

taxlady 12-22-2019 01:09 AM

We enjoyed planned leftovers from yesterday's Indian food delivery. I still don't have much appetite, but the beef curry was delicious on some brown basmati rice that my sweetie cooked. We also had some lamb samosas (I had a quarter of one) and pakora and onion bhajis. We had Wernesgrüner to drink with it.

It's Winter Solstice and that's when we usually celebrate the winter holiday. It was a bit of celebration, but not much. Well, things don't always work out when you catch a lurgy.

cjmmytunes 12-22-2019 08:15 AM

We had the last of our Naan bread pizzas last night. Mom's now tired of them, which I guess turned out good since we are out of the Naan bread.

GotGarlic 12-22-2019 08:58 AM

Too tired to cook last night, so we ordered pizza

Recipes Make Magic 12-22-2019 10:08 AM

We had a reverse seared Angus Beef Prime Rib Roast (from Walmart @ $6.77/lb. - fantastic price for these parts), with mashed, au jus gravy, and one of my faves - Yorkshire pudding !
Delicious - and great leftovers for a French dip meal

Kayelle 12-22-2019 02:22 PM

Update:
Dang, those $5 lamb chops are back up to $8 lb this morning...bummer.

Kayelle 12-22-2019 03:41 PM

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Originally Posted by Recipes Make Magic (Post 1611972)
We had a reverse seared Angus Beef Prime Rib Roast (from Walmart @ $6.77/lb. - fantastic price for these parts), with mashed, au jus gravy, and one of my faves - Yorkshire pudding !
Delicious - and great leftovers for a French dip meal


Sounds delicious RMM. We'll be doing one for NYD, and sorry to tell you, they are $4.67 lb. here. I love Yorkshire pudding too. :wink:

taxlady 12-22-2019 03:44 PM

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Originally Posted by Kayelle (Post 1612009)
Sounds delicious RMM. We'll be doing one for NYD, and sorry to tell you, they are $4.67 lb. here. I love Yorkshire pudding too. :wink:

Google tells me that CAD 6.77 is USD 5.15. So, the difference isn't that huge.

Recipes Make Magic 12-22-2019 04:12 PM

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Originally Posted by Kayelle (Post 1612009)
Sounds delicious RMM. We'll be doing one for NYD, and sorry to tell you, they are $4.67 lb. here. I love Yorkshire pudding too. :wink:


I know - having lived in L.A. for a few years - I envy the U.S. prices for food - here most all foods are consistently 2 to 4 X more than in the U.S. !

Recipes Make Magic 12-22-2019 04:13 PM

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Originally Posted by taxlady (Post 1612010)
Google tells me that CAD 6.77 is USD 5.15. So, the difference isn't that huge.

Yes, right - that makes it sound better - lol

Just Cooking 12-22-2019 05:21 PM

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Originally Posted by Kayelle (Post 1612009)
Sounds delicious RMM. We'll be doing one for NYD, and sorry to tell you, they are $4.67 lb. here. I love Yorkshire pudding too. :wink:

Picking up my Christmas rib roast tomorrow..

I doubt I will be pleased with the price.. :ermm:

Ross

kenmiller 12-23-2019 03:17 AM

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Originally Posted by Kayelle (Post 1611948)
I was shocked that our local supermarket had Australian loin lamb chops nearly as nice as Costco and they were only $5. lb. That's a real bargain in these parts as I think they are $8 lb at Costco. SC is going back for more tomorrow because they were just delicious, being from Australia and the price is unbeatable.

They were pan fried with Cavender' Greek Seasoning and we had angel hair herb pasta with peas, and steamed broccolini. Good eats..:yum:

it looks so delicious


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