What's Cooking at Your House Part 2

Discussion in 'Countryside Families' started by Grandmotherbear, Apr 8, 2015.

  1. Oregon1986

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    Burger wrapped in lettuce,no bun
     
  2. MO_cows

    MO_cows I calls em like I sees em

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    Made beef stir fry with sliced sirloin. Poor DH got called in to work and didn't get back home until almost 10 pm so he didn't eat. He will have his share as lunch later.
     

  3. Irish Pixie

    Irish Pixie Hold on to your chimichangas

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    I'm trying yet another recipe for goulash. I've been trying for the last few years to make a goulash like Dh remembers "from his youth", ie. like his mother used to make. :grin: It's not a Hungarian goulash, more a macaroni with several different types of canned tomato products, and some paprika. Hopefully, this will be it.
     
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    Sausage links, fried eggs, chipotle tobasco, homemade applesauce and your choice of toast, English muffin, or bagel with fresh churned butter.
     
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    Chicken livers and chopped onions sautéed in butter. When they are done I chop up the liver in the pan and continue cooking. I like my meat well done. I had a salad with my homemade balsamic dressing.

    I am trying to eat liver once per week. I divide it up into two to three whole livers per container and freeze. I get 5 servings from the little tub of livers.
     
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    I always add juice from my pickled jalapeños to my goulash. I get hungry for it from time to time, this post is making me want to cook some. I eat mine with cornbread and a salad.
     
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    Tonight is steak with over easy eggs on top and green beans cooked in bacon fat
     
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    Lunch is honey turkey, tomato, sharp cheddar, honey mustard, all on a bagel.

    Wife wants pasta for dinner
     
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    Tonight y'all have a choice. I've got baked pea beans with blackstrap, maple syrup, plus secret ingredients or you can have corn fed hedgehog special. No sourdough or biscuits today. Sweet corn is ready and so the corn war of 2017 is raging. This is my 20th.
     
  12. MO_cows

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    Spiced boiled shrimp and I made the cocktail sauce with plenty of horseradish. Baked potatoes and green beans to go with.
     
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    Pork jowel, grits in vegetable broth, couple of eggs easy over. Pork gravy to finish.

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    Breakfast was 2 eggs over easy
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    wheat toast
    Lunch was pasta salad made with leftovers, pasta, vinegar and oil dressing.
    Supper was smoked ham sandwich,garden tomato,mayo,grapes
     
  15. Irish Pixie

    Irish Pixie Hold on to your chimichangas

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    IT'S YOU FIND IT YOU COOK IT, YOU EAT IT SORT OF DAY AROUND HERE. WE HAVE A LOT OF THOSE KIND OF DAYS.
     
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    Breakfast for the wife was 2 fried eggs with some cheese and an English muffin.

    Mine was 3 eggs scrambled with tomato, garlic, onion powder, chipotle tobasco, covered in cheddar. Homemade applesauce and an English muffin with fresh churned butter.
     
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    Baked ziti with Italian sausage layered,inside. Topped with provolone and pecorino/romano.
     
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  20. MO_cows

    MO_cows I calls em like I sees em

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    Breakfast was biscuits and gravy.

    For dinner, salmon with pea salad and carrots from Big Garden Friend for sides.

    Also got too many zukes on hand, need to run a batch of zucchini relish but not enough empty half pint jars on hand. I will get some more tomorrow and try to process it tomorrow night.

    This is the time of year where you have to lock up your car or someone will put zucchini in it, the glut part of the growing season.