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MEXICOWANDERER

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Liver and onions.

But soak the liver overnight in milk.

It sucks all the bitterness out

Cats go nuts over the milk.

Forget stir frying the onions. Bake them.

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Chicken or seafood gumbo. Shrimp or crawfish etouffee. Jambalaya. Pork stew. Beef or chicken sauce piquante. Shrimp and grits.
Lordy, now I’m hungry!!

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Forgot, catfish courtbouillon.

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Slice link sausage, sauté onion, bell pepper and jalapeño ( option) in a pan. Add thin sliced potatoes (or frozen Simply Potatoes) and cover and let them steam

Add the sausage about half way through the potatoes cooking

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Good subject! We generally eat low sugar/carb as a family and sent a group text this morning about making a traditional turkey dinner with all of the trimmings next week and also a pulled pork getting the thumbs up from everyone.

Good rundown on the crockpot pulled pork recipe already shared, bet it’s great. We’ve been crockpot cooking for several years and have everything in the freezer to make a couple good and somewhat keto pot roasts down the road. I’ve smoked pork butts and shoulders a few times plus making them in the crockpot and they were good. One thing I don’t like is dry meat and doesn’t matter what it is. My wife got an Instapot a couple years ago and while it’s not really my thing, actually have never used it myself, she makes the best pulled pork I’ve ever had and only takes around 1.5 hours compared to all day in the smoker or crockpot. I’ll share the recipe once I know what it is but know it’s super easy.

Tonight is easy and what we call a fend for yourself night and the kids are making hot ham and cheese sandwiches and my wife and I will have something light when she gets home.

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You folks are great!!!!!!! We made up a shrimp with red peppers onion and garlic over rice it was great. Can't wait to try these.


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Posted: 04/04/20 06:37am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I hate this thread. I just finished a good stack of my homemade whole wheat pancakes, and now I'm hungry again! lol


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steak and potatoes has been a big one (at least once a week)
chicken breasts on the bbq ans veggie of your choice
stirfry with rice
pasta of your choice
soup and hot dogs
kraft dinner and hot dogs
sausages and cabbiage
breakfast (links or bacon, eggs toast what have you)
pizza (we have frozen dough think there are 2 left)
ordered chinese pickup a few days ago (it was goooooood)
burgers/chicken fingers and fries
im craving fish and chips so i think it will make the list this week
ribs (my 6 year old crushed nearly a whole rack a few days ago. super proud of her)
perogies were last night and REALLY tasty

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note i have a sad little pre stuffed turkey, come potatoes and a can of cranberry sauce to make a sad ghetto lonley easter dinner this weekend. just the 4 of us while all the grandparents are stuck solo. dont feel great about that. did manage to gather the stuff for easter baskets for the kiddos though so at least we have that (and enough eggs to paint so likley lots of egg salad next week)

hoping to at least deliver some leftover turkey for sandwhiches to grandparents porches [emoticon]

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Last night we grilled chicken with broccoli and a great caesar salad. Tonight my wife is in the process of making her Instapot pulled pork and with prep total time is around 1.5 hours. The Instapot sears very well besides being a pressure cooker. Not the best recipe pic but those are the ingredients, the Instapot is a learning curve and probably why I’ve never used it myself. I can say it’s the best pulled pork I’ve had anywhere though and this is all my wife's work, I'm just bugging her taking pictures. [emoticon]

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