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Old 06-20-2015, 06:43 PM
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For me it will always never include red blooded mammal meats.
Though recently Im thinking that a T-Bone steak on the grill just might be worth an Epi Pen

Tonight it's mashed potatoes, green beans and roasted turkey tenderloin with gravy..mmm, good eatin. Tomorrow it's leftover tenderloin with gravy on an open face sandwich for lunch
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Root beer float here......Festus is addicted to root beer. He might need an intervention.
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Spice rubbed chicken, slow smoked and basted with BBQ sauce, baked beans and tater salad...ahhh the dog days of summer...
Tomorrow I pressure wash the siding, was gonna do it today but dinner was calling... Lol
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Sheesh...
Never fails...while boiling the taters... Noticed there were black specks on top of the starch suds..examined all the "bobby Flay" food network branded pots and pans. all but one of them were flaking and looked scratched. I hand wash and only use plastic utensils... Grrrr.
But they did last four years...

Got smarter this time, picked up a cheaper set at the Px,

T-Fal box says they are dishwasher safe Teflon.. Yet when I got home, unpacked, washed and then burned in the Teflon I went on line to register the warranty... The set model and UPC can't be found on the website, though they let me warranty by using the box UPC. HMMMM COULD BE GOOD BUT WITH MY LUCK...anyway made Chicken Parmigiana tonight with spaghetti and a salad.
Cleaned up using hand wash.. Easy. Not even clouding in the spaghetti pot.
We'll see.
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Cast Iron is the way to cook.IMO
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Sitting here with my hash browns and cheese omelette..
Not one bit of oil or butter used...

Cast iron is a bear to clean...
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Wheee! Took three weeks but the igniter for the pellet grill finally got in.
Complicated beastie.
But tonight it's gonna be slow cooked BBQ chicken falling off the bone..
Mmm, tater salad and baked beans..
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All fresh and homemade, Chicken Parmigiana, with angel hair pasta, (ok the pasta is store bought) home made Marinara, a salad..
Fresh coffee with watermelon for dessert a little later...
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Low country boil,
chicken andoulle sausage, shrimp, red potatoes and corn on the cob...
Seasoned and boiled in old bay, with the trinity, Celery, green pepper and onion.
Oh my goodness, I'm stuffed, theres enough leftovers for three meals.
Gonna have to let the belt out...
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Low country boil,
chicken andoulle sausage, shrimp, red potatoes and corn on the cob...
Seasoned and boiled in old bay, with the trinity, Celery, green pepper and onion.
Oh my goodness, I'm stuffed, theres enough leftovers for three meals.
Gonna have to let the belt out...
Lol
Gonna hafta show me what to put in and how to do that. I LOVE a low country boil. The Ragin' Cajun is my choice every time I make it to Joe's Crab Shack!
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