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Old 07-20-2015, 11:41 PM   #271
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Fend for yourself tonight. That is what we call it when neither one of us wants to cook and we have various leftovers in the fridge. Whatever you have the energy to fix is what you get. LOL

Sometimes you get a really creative meal out of it though!



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Old 07-21-2015, 01:31 AM   #272
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Blackened, grilled tuna steak over Caesar salad w/ cukes and warm bread. That's a nice dinner on a 94 degree day.



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Old 09-16-2015, 08:45 PM   #273
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Ok so are you eating healthy enough are you also keeping it simple and easy are you letting your electric wonders do the cooking for you as you play Nintendo or surf the www or out shopping ,well I have the solution for a super healthy power house meal that is just that and more.1 can of red beans ,3-4 fresh pig hocks ,1 potato ,1 carrot ,bunch of spinach ,1 red pepper ,1 small onion ,1 large garlic clove ,2 chicken cubes ,4 cups of water and a dash of vinegar. Cook on high in Crockpot till house smells like heaven and hocks fall apart and served with good artisan bread on the side and a glass of red wine. If you want a thicker soup add a grated potato and cook till thicken some more or no potatoes at all and served over white rice once soup is thicken enough. This was a common meal served in my house cook over a wooden stove in a clay pot especially after hog butchering time ,but also if you don`t like hog meat you can use chicken or beef but the taste would be different. I don`t used smoked products because of the high salt and nitrates in them.
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Tonite, it's beef/venison meatloaf, mashed potatoes and greenbeans w/ bacon & onions, along with a green salad. This is the comfort meal my wife requested for her father, who is in hospice care for end-stage renal failure. It's the least I can do.

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My Wife cooked a fine meal of roast Pork Loin, split length wise and filled with dressing and topped with Cherry Sauce, loaded mashed Potatoes, and Candied Carrots. Later I snacked on a block of Cajon Hogshead Cheese and Crackers kindly provided by my daughter and her boy friend.

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Canned sauce and 'needs to be used stored stuff' pasta. Been a long day and tomorrow will be longer, so a quick, easy, stick to your ribs dinner sounds good.

Saturday will be a slow cooked smoked chicken with home kill, milk soaked corn fed (not GMO) pork chop BBQ kinda day to make up for this weeks ok, but not great dinners .


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ham steak, fried corn, slice home grown tomatoes and I'm leaning towards some garlic mashed potatoes ( envelopes that need using. gonna be in the 70's next week so plan on using another envelope for some potato soup)

hopefully this fall there will be some great sales on beans so I can buy some cases of them. have northern I've been using buy I need to buy kidney ( dark and light) pinto and black

working even more so on using up and rotating thru the food storage


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We ate on the cheap tonight -- a Banquet pot pie apiece (50 cents each on sale at Save-a-lot) and some chips. I got hungry a couple of hours later and made myself a tomato sandwich with some fresh maters from the garden.


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We had breaded and baked chicken breast stuffed with herb infused goat cheese, a spinach salad with balsamic vinaigrette, sage stuffing, and toasted french bread topped with tomato and feta cheese.


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Wood fired fajitas, what a fun evening!




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