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Posted: 04/17/20 04:58pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Made a great crockpot roast today and the key my MIL taught us many years ago was heavy seasoning and a good sear and have been having good luck using high heat grapeseed oil.

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Posted: 04/18/20 07:28am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

We've been eating my cooking for too many weeks - last week we splurged and picked up a couple of Dominos pizzas. Words can't descibe how incredibly-delicious a 2-item pizza can be when you haven't had it for weeks....LOL!

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We'll we're home for a week or two and I'd rather catch a fish than eat one or anything else right now. My britches are a bit tight after sitting in a Mh for fe months and here for last couple of weeks. So under cover of darkness, mayhaps I will sneak to the lake and fish from some shore lines with lots or trees.
No Doronavirus nor state gonna keep me down wo ho yea yeah. there's supposed tobe a tune here but I've been feeding so heavy I have lost it.
I hope I never see another hamburger, pizza, or KFC. I might consider divorcng anyone who serves me any more left overs too.

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Posted: 04/21/20 12:23pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Jebby14 wrote:

You guys are getting me with the lamb. i love it. wife not so much and its expensive and not that great at the stores i have available right now.


I remember while growing up in NY, my mother's method of roasting leg of lamb. She would make knife cuts all over the leg and stick garlic in each cut. I liked eating it with mint jelly,but don't know if it's still available.


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Had a fried bologna sandwich for lunch today. Had not had that for awhile. Like mine with onions and mayo.


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Posted: 04/21/20 03:12pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Cooked some Cornish hens on the pellet grill the other day. Potato salad, green beans and corn. Fresh sliced strawberries for dessert, yum yum....


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We have been getting more fast food and takeout the last couple of weeks than I would like to admit but have to say most of it has been good. Last night we made a Cuban picadillo that was really good!

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I like pork steaks with carrots cooked in teriyaki sauce, and I can't imagine what could be better. However, I can say that Chinese noodles with chicken take second place on my list of favorite meals. But finding good chicken is a challenge for me. Well, a couple of months ago, I took a food intolerance test in this lab https://www.intolerancelab.co.uk. I felt constantly tired, so I decided to find the reason behind this. This is how I found out that I am allergic to antibiotics that are usually added to chicken for its rapid growth. So I spend a lot of effort to find a free-range chicken that is raised naturally.

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Tonight, I'm grilling sable fish with green & yellow courgettes, baby carrots and garlic mashed potatoes. We eat fish about 3 or 4 times a week, grilled whenever possible and always fresh vegetables.

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That's interesting Delongtrevor and will read more about it. Once things return to normal I had already planned on being allergy tested because of sinus problems and what I suspect is an egg allergy.

Fish was sounding good here too. We made salmon with roasted broccoli and cauliflower last night with leftovers for lunch today. For a recent lunch date in the car we had Cuban takeout from our favorite place and it was perfection as usual.

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