What did you have for supper tonight?

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    Full size portions will do that.... :)
     
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    Sounds awesome! I'll be trying that this week....
     
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    I'll have to admit, I may know my way around a plate pretty well but I had never heard of Alabama white BBQ sauce. Googled the recipe and it looks interesting (and pretty easy, I might have all the ingredients on hand already), I'll have to give it a try. Thanks.
     
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    Pork cubes marinated in oj, pan fried, orange sauce and white rice.
     
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    Tonight's Gastronomical delights :32:

    I was driving around doing some supplies shopping & came across a " New Armenian Deli ", in my area.
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    Hummus Spread, Freshly Baked Bread, French Style Feta Cheese ( Center ), Stuffed Wrapped Grape Leaves, Two Styles of Head Cheese - one made with Pork Tongue & the other Lambs Tongue, Mortadella @ one o'clock

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    And to wash it down with, a " Tarragon Flavored Carbonated Soda ". :dblthumb:
     
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    Stir fried vegetables and chicken with soba noodles tonight.

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    Natty loved it;

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    I enjoyed a mostly relaxing day yesterday and decided to keep the momentum going through the evening. Dinner was simple but delicious - grilled cheese and tomato soup.

    Wonder thin white bread with TWO slices of processed cheese! The hardest part of the meal was getting that perfect golden crust on the bread.

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    Campbell's ready to heat soups are hard to beat when you want to smooth it. I didn't even have to add milk. :D

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    @PERRO, that looks amazing!!!

    @CivilizationDropout, Natalie looks like she's worried that mama's going to take some of her chow. I don't blame her. It looks great!
     
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    Last night I used my medium bush pot and boiled some deer sausage, then added some cut asparagus, then added dehydrated veggies when I realized I had too much water, then added a packet of Ramen powder and some rice. Pretty darn tasty, but didn't look all that appetizing.
    So I'll post a pic of the previous night's dinner ;)
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    As stated in a previous thread. I recently stopped by an " Armenian Deli ".

    Heres a specialty item that caught my eye :32:
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    Sturgeon Head Soup: Ingredients; Head of Sturgeon Meat, Potatoes, Carrots, Fennel, Parsley, Onion, Tellicherry, Pepper, Bay Leaf, Vegetable Oil, Salt, Water.

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    Put into a Pot for a slow boil & plated into a Large Soup Bowl.

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    Served with Hummus & Bread on the side.

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    The Bones were very Soft.

    I've had several different versions of " Fish Head Soup " in the past ( Home Made Mexican Style / Vietnamese Style / & French Style: Fish Heads used- Catfish & Carp ).

    They were all very tasty ..including this one from a " CAN " :dblthumb:
     
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    Angus shell steak, arroser style over my Lodge cast iron skillet, with paprika, fresh cracked pepper, salt, hondashi, and thyme. Fried the steaks with butter and olive oil, as well as several garlic cloves. Then fried the pre-cooked potato slices in the left over fat, followed by the aspargus. Perfectly medium rare center, crisp sear on the outside. :32: Still have to try to make salmon one of these days :3:
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    O-M-G :32::32::32:

    Now that's a tasty looking piece of beef.
     
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    That could have been a word for word one of my posts!!

    Looks great, I love a good arroser!
     
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    Brown butter, cardamom, bay leaf and cashew basmati rice, butter chicken.

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    I. Am. So. Hungry. I'm full but I'm hungry again now. LOL!!
     
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    Beef au gratin and butter beans.
     
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    I was waiting for the pic of your daughter handling that meal ;)
     
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    That steak I posted was from last Tuesday. Tonight it’s a simpler affair: Trader Joe’s meatballs with a home made teriyaki sauce. Fried some onions first, added the meatballs until they browned a bit, then poured in the teriyaki. I think I made a double portion of sauce, so I had to cook it to reduce it . All the better, as the teriyaki flavor is doubled now
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    It was, how you say... Messy?
     
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    Chinese BBQ combo - crispy skin roast pork in back, char siu BBQ pork center, roast duck front...
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    Oyster with ginger and onion, some snow pea leaves sautéed with garlic to the left...
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    Soft shell crab with spiced salt...
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    When I was much younger & working in the " L.A. City " area. I would drop by " China Town " and pickup a few item ..One of my favotite was Roasted " DUCK " :32:
     
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    There was a spot on the coast highway near Oceanside, EXCELLENT duck balloons. :D I'd stop in and grab two before my 48's.
     
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    We need some TX food joints around here :)
    I'll be having spaghetti tonight after the sauce cooks a bit more. With garlic bread and maybe broccoli... or a salad instead.

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    Brown butter cod, garlic, thyme and white pepper.
    Yukon baby potatoes and green beans.
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    Obligatory photo of the great white stomach II;
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    I love cod! (Had it Friday)

    I did less “surf” more “turf” tonight. Pretty self explanatory. My friend won a slab of beef. She cut me off a third. I roasted it.
     

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    totino's pizzas, from dollar general ... :)
     
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    YUM-O!!
     
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    3lb London Broil,a layer of onions, carrots and potatoes.2 cups of beef broth and in the slow cooker on low for 7 hours.
    15 minute prep time and a full belly!
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    Margret Holmes Succotash and Lima beans with cut up kielbasa sausage.
     
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    Had much work around homestead yesterday, finally no rain in,nw GA. I wanted to spend some woods time but just alot of,chores need doin. Sooooo why not do something I,enjoy while workin ??? Broke out the get home bag, fired up homemade wood burner and made some gourmet pork product.... Aka Spam :9: on the tailgate, field expediant food truck. 0315191159_HDR.jpg
     
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    That works.... :)
     
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    Wifey wanted me to warm up & finish a " Fully Cooked Ham " she had bought on sale & put into the Deep Freezer.

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    Warmed up for a 1 1/2 Hour @ 320 degrees, on my " Big Green Egg BBQ " .

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    The Spiral Cut Ham was then glazed to brown for another 1/2 hour.

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    Wifey Roasted a few Veggies inside of the Toaster Oven, with Olive Oil, Salt & Pepper.

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    And cooked up a side of " Paella " ( Rice, Clam Juice, Tomato Sauce, Olives, Onions, Pork-Hot Link Sausages, Chicken Breast, Shrimp, a dash of Salt & Pepper).
     
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    Sweet and Sour chicken from scratch. Not too bad actually.

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    You guys, you.
    And me. With no shrimp. ;)
     
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    Tonight it's corned beef and cabbage because I forgot to pulled the corned beef out of the freezer to thaw Saturday night for yesterday.
     
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    Homemade taco chicken wraps.
     
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    Pan seared chicken, steamed French green beans and wild rice.

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    The other night was mafalda pasta, ground turkey, peas, red peppers and vodka sauce;

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    Before that it was a few rounds of butter chicken, cardamom and toasted cashew basmati and green peas;

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    That's Natty's plate, yes she ate it all and asked for "Mo-ah?"
     
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    Venison backstrap cheese steak.

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    1C217771-A783-49D2-A839-0842086049CE.jpeg My wife made a big pot of venison chili. I lodged my usual protest that beans have no place in Texas Chili. The results show my influence over the chef!
     
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    Codfish and carrots in cream sauce with boiled red potatoes. Some serious butter and carbs in this dish. I don't often treat myself to something like this, so it makes it all the better. :4:

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    Proper 'lantic dinnah th-air bah-d.
     
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    Yeah man! Root vegetables, dairy, flour, and fish, that about covers all bases!
     
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    Stop by Dysart's fer'an apple cobbluh an' yer set! :)
     
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    I don't get to west'ard much, maybe once or twice a year. Guess if I got a hankering for something sweet I could always hit Helen's in Machias for a slice of pie though.....
     
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    Helen's pie could be called mighty fine. Yess-a.
     
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