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What you all having for Dinner

Discussion in 'Cooking and Recipe Forum' started by FireMan2285, May 17, 2011.

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    svk Firewood and Saw Collector

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    Probably sounds strange but tonight I had ramen with cheese sauce and a side of beets. It was quite good. And enjoyed two bananas with peanut butter for a snack.
     
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    Cornbread, I love cornbread!!
     
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    Daum, they look good. As stated before, my grocery store has never heard of a tri tip. ( FOOD LION ) They think I am a idiot for asking for a tri tip!! Never heard of them they say! Hmmm! F_ m.
     
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    svk Firewood and Saw Collector

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    Burgers, mashed potatoes, corn on the cob
     
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    Chunk of pork loin I did on the weber over some store bought lump charcoal. Few slices of bread probably too[​IMG]

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    svk Firewood and Saw Collector

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    Been doing a lot of cooking with spam lately. Not the regular flavor which IMO tastes a bit sketchy. The hickory smoked spam is delicious, the bacon is very good as are the hot + spicy and jalapeno.
     
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    I just said the other day that I wanted to try Spam again. It's been 25 years or so

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    Seriously, try the flavored spam if you do.
     
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    Hickory bring the favorite?

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    Yes hickory followed by bacon. Third would be jalapeño. Hot and spicy is good. I haven’t tried the turkey spam yet.

    My grandma used to make spam spread for sandwiches with mayo and chopped pickles. It was pretty good.
     
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    hmm last weeks soup last week bread last weeks roast beef and today fresh cooked rice,,, need a tooth pick now..
     
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    Last night I had a whole box of taquitos dipped in queso. It was a great change to the strict meat/eggs and veggie diet I’ve been on for the last few weeks.
     
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    Currently working on some jamaican jerk chicken that I stole the recipe from Martha Stewart, turns out great everytime. It calls for 1 habanero but 2 seems more appropriate. More pics to come![​IMG]


    On the Weber

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    They got a little more charred than usual due to my neighbor sending a rod through the block on his lawn tractor and causing a big ruckus! But damn good anyway! Can of peas and some white beans. No kitchen currently on its paper plates: ( [​IMG]

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    Cheese stuffed meatballs from Walmart’s freezer section and a can of peas.
     
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