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Old 02-28-2021, 04:25 PM
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Beef stew in the InstantPot using leftover pot roast.
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Old 02-28-2021, 05:21 PM
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Pork loin today

Pork loin (not tenderloin) cooked in Dutch oven low and slow after marinating overnight. Red potatoes and fresh butternut squash.
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Pork loin (not tenderloin) cooked in Dutch oven low and slow after marinating overnight. Red potatoes and fresh butternut squash.
Pork and butternut squash. Can't go wrong there. Perhaps some stewed apples on the side... Or some braised cabbage. Now you're talking'.

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Old 02-28-2021, 05:57 PM
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Today I made a couple loaves of white bread. I use the white bread recipe in the Fannie Farmer Cookbook. The only change I make to the dough is to use olive oil instead of shortening. My wife thinks it tastes like English muffins, only better.
I made one loaf different from the other though. I cooked up a bunch of loose breakfast sausage that I made from pork shoulder a few weeks ago and added it to the dough before it went into the oven. I have done this many times. This sausage bread makes GREAT toast. And it's very good as the bread in a fried egg sandwich.
I don't buy any ground meats. Like lots of folks here I grind my own. I use a Kitchen Aid meat grinder that fits into my 1935 Hobart made Kitchen Aid stand mixer. Hobart made back then and still do today great mixers. Of course the ones they make today are a tad too large for a kitchen counter.
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Old 03-02-2021, 06:05 PM
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Pork and butternut squash. Can't go wrong there. Perhaps some stewed apples on the side... Or some braised cabbage. Now you're talking'.
I recently learned about fried apples and onions. Darned good stuff.
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Old 03-02-2021, 06:08 PM
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OK, this is the first coffee,, in 50 years of drinking coffee,, that I consider great,,

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My brother and I are very good cooks as our mom was a good cook. On the grill or in the oven and pies for dessert are just for the asking. Our mom told us when we were young that we were going to learn to cook and do it right. She said no other women ought to go through the " heck" ( not her exact words) that she does! My dad didn't cook!
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Old 04-21-2021, 07:45 PM
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My kid told me the first sign of old age,
is when how food is prepared becomes an important topic of conversation.

That said, fresh caught sand trout fillets dipped in a wash of equal parts milk and raw egg
then rolled in instant potato flakes with a bit of salt and cracked black pepper
dropped in the deep fryer filled with peanut oil and cooked till golden.
Remove, drain on a paper towel, then munch with a dash of y'er favorite hot sauce.

Goes well with assorted chopped raw veggies and baked artichoke dip.

It's all finger food and a favorite when the clan gathers.


I can feel my arteries hardening just thinking about it.

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Arroz con Pollo today. Cold windy and raining today is perfect for this wonderful food.

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Today, like most these days, it is going in the slow cooker. I basically used the electric skillet like a slow cooker anyway. You can still brown the chicken but for me I dont bother. Toss everything in and 5 hours later, on high, Dinner! In fact dinner for 3 days!
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One of my wife Denise's favorites. Shrimp pasta, here's the recipe.

Shrimp Pasta

Two Tbsp of olive oil

One clove of garlic (minced)

340g frozen raw shrimp (large) shelled

One cup of cauliflower floretís

One cup of broccoli floretís (can use frozen peas instead)

Three slices of onion (chopped)

Six medium sized mushrooms sliced thick (optional)

ľ tsp black pepper

ľ tsp salt

ľ tsp Cajun spice

One tsp dried parsley

1/3 cup of milk

75g Philly cheese crumbled

Three servings of fettuccini


Cook minced garlic in the oil for approx one minute. Add shrimp & cook until pink (about two minutes per side. (do not over cook) Remove from skillet & put in a separate bowl.

Cook pasta until almost done.

Cook veggies in the skillet (you may want to add a little more oil) cook until tender crisp. Remove when done

Add milk & Philly cheese to skillet & stir until cheese is melted & combined with the milk. Add the spices

Add veggies & shrimp & cook until warm.

Drain pasta & combine with shrimp & veggies tossing until combined.
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Old 05-02-2021, 07:40 PM
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Pea soup

Been waiting since Easter to make split pea soup. It just isnít right without a meaty ham bone and ham hocks. Easter is about the only time we have a big smoked ham. So I make the pea soup after a couple days or freeze the remains and make it later. Itís right when a big ole spoon will stand up in the cold pot of soup. Pea soup fans you know what I mean.
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Been waiting since Easter to make split pea soup. It just isnít right without a meaty ham bone and ham hocks. Easter is about the only time we have a big smoked ham. So I make the pea soup after a couple days or freeze the remains and make it later. Itís right when a big ole spoon will stand up in the cold pot of soup. Pea soup fans you know what I mean.
Love home made pea soup with ham, it's one of our favorites.
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While most of my buddies only save the breast from wild turkeys, I also save the legs and other small areas of meat, mainly dark in color. Yesterday, I put the dark meat in my crock pot for about 7-8 hours on high, then pulled the meat and added it to homemade veggie soup. We'll add BBQ sauce to some of the remaining meat to utilize the turkey as much as possible.
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