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Re:What's For Dinner TONIGHT...??? 2014/03/19 17:16:25 (permalink)
This will be breakfast, lunch and dinner for the foreseeable future. Happens every time I hang out with the kids. *sigh*
 

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Re:What's For Dinner TONIGHT...??? 2014/03/19 17:48:16 (permalink)
Feel better, Felix. 
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Re:What's For Dinner TONIGHT...??? 2014/03/19 18:25:51 (permalink)
Tonight it's left-over corned beef and cabbage.  No pics.  Boring.
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Re:What's For Dinner TONIGHT...??? 2014/03/19 18:56:07 (permalink)
pnwchef

You have to get up pretty early in the morning to catch Lisa in a fib. 

 
Was not trying to catch Lisa in a fib.  I seriously doubt whether she has ever done one on Roadfood.  I doubt if the earthquake in west TN was as severe as the Alaska quake but it did a huge amount of damage and created one of the best crappie fishing lakes in the USA, Reelfoot lake.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reelfoot_Lake
 
I was in Anchorage several times and visited the earthquake park and saw the huge amount of damage it did.  Not a lot of folks were around the area to report the New Madrid quake in 1811-12????
 
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Re:What's For Dinner TONIGHT...??? 2014/03/19 19:09:10 (permalink)
Ah, Reelfoot Lake. It absolutely has the best crappie fishing in the United States. Come to think of it, this is about the time of year when it's really, really great.
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Re:What's For Dinner TONIGHT...??? 2014/03/20 08:10:54 (permalink)
This on a bun

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Re:What's For Dinner TONIGHT...??? 2014/03/20 10:54:55 (permalink)
YOWZER!  Great looking burger, chef!    I hope all that bacon wasn't from You-Know-Who! 
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Re:What's For Dinner TONIGHT...??? 2014/03/20 12:12:07 (permalink)
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YOWZER!  Great looking burger, chef!    I hope all that bacon wasn't from You-Know-Who! 

 
It was from you know who's ex-girlfriend!!!!!!" />
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Re:What's For Dinner TONIGHT...??? 2014/03/20 12:17:22 (permalink)
WHEW!  I got worried there!  He has lots of girlfriends, one "ex" is no big deal. 
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Re:What's For Dinner TONIGHT...??? 2014/03/20 13:33:59 (permalink)
Burger looks fantastic, pnw.  (I also liked your "yoke" on the bfast page, btw!)
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Re:What's For Dinner TONIGHT...??? 2014/03/23 19:09:23 (permalink)
She's alive! Today was the first day I could breathe, which made it worth cooking something since I could actually taste it. Asian marinated roast pork with spicy Asian rice noodles and vegetables. I even wrote down what I did so I can make it again.
 

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Re:What's For Dinner TONIGHT...??? 2014/03/23 19:40:47 (permalink)
Looks great felix!
 
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Re:What's For Dinner TONIGHT...??? 2014/03/23 19:56:47 (permalink)
I made up a concoction that when questioned, I named...  Italian Scramble.
 
I had defrosted 2 hamburger patties thinking I'd make a Sloppy Joe sort of thing.  When checking the freezer for this and that I discovered a big slab of vegetarian lasagna that I froze some time ago.
 
I microwaved the lasagna to see what it would be like.  After looking at the hot product I decided to dice it up and mix in the ground beef.  I spiced it all up and served it with a salad.
 
I grew up eating my salads on the same plate as the entree so it doesn't bother me.
 
Must say that it was pretty darn good.

post edited by mar52 - 2014/03/23 19:58:36
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Re:What's For Dinner TONIGHT...??? 2014/03/23 20:11:07 (permalink)
All of the earlier talk re: fish made me want some so we ended up having Cajun style Tilapia, white rice and zuccini.
 
 

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Re:What's For Dinner TONIGHT...??? 2014/03/24 22:53:40 (permalink)
I just wanted to make an easy dinner tonight. Grilled up some chicke, apple and gouda sausages. Served it with fresh steamed broccoli and cranberry stuffing with sauntered celery and onion. Easy but good!

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Re:What's For Dinner TONIGHT...??? 2014/03/25 09:39:37 (permalink)
EdSails The sausage looks great, nice having stuffing in March. Follow your own path in life, it's less traveled.
 
mar52: Mar, it looks good, nice seeing you back in the kitchen. I bet Sharon is also, wishing you both the best.
 
This meal has to be my favorite comfort food. I remember them always being on a diner menu. The other meal that was on the menu was a open face hot turkey sand.......I put mushrooms in the gravy along with some nice tender sliced pot roast.
 

 
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Re:What's For Dinner TONIGHT...??? 2014/03/25 09:48:16 (permalink)
Looks delicious!  I like the plate, too--looks a little like denim.  Don't know if that's on purpose, but it's a fun look. 
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Re:What's For Dinner TONIGHT...??? 2014/03/25 11:45:32 (permalink)
pnwchef, I'll forgive you the mushrooms because you put the meat and gravy atop sliced bread. Someone here thinks I'm a Neanderthal because I do the same (minus mushrooms, of course).
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Re:What's For Dinner TONIGHT...??? 2014/03/25 12:23:00 (permalink)
felix4067:Your Asian meal looks great, happy to see your feeling better.
 
love2bake: After being in the food business for over 30 yrs, I still think of presentation and how things will look on a plate. I even do it for myself when no ones looking. It's hard to break old habits.
 
Michael Hoffman: I have only seen an open face sandwich done one way. When I did these in my Cafe, I cut one of the breads in half. I would put one 1/2 slice on each side of the whole slice. I served it on a platter, it looked massive. 
  Michael, always remember, once we think our job is done, there is always one more person to teach. Some days I think we will live forever.
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Re:What's For Dinner TONIGHT...??? 2014/03/25 13:31:56 (permalink)
Strange as it seems, around here an open face sandwich is hard to find. But they do make something they call a Split. It's a sandwich --top and bottom bread slices -- cut in half and then covered with gravy. It's not bad, but it's not the real thing. For the real thing I have to eat at home.
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Re:What's For Dinner TONIGHT...??? 2014/03/25 13:52:39 (permalink)
pnwchef
That's a nice looking plate!  For me, the best part is the mushrooms............I haven't cooked with them since I met MH because he's allergic to them.  Oh, and you can skip the bread for me.  Not a big fan of bread. 
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Re:What's For Dinner TONIGHT...??? 2014/03/25 14:27:52 (permalink)
pnwchef,
I tend to buy a lot of the boxes of stuffing at Turkey Day and just keep them around. Then it's just easy to use it as a base, with sautéed onions and celery, nuts, apples, (cover your eyes MH) mushrooms, pignolas of anything else to make it special. Yep, stuffing is great year-round.
 
As far as open face sandwiches, I remember them mostly with a scoop of mashed potatoes on the bread, topped with the meat and then finished with the gravy.
 
Of course, this is my favorite open face sandwich---the chili size:

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Re:What's For Dinner TONIGHT...??? 2014/03/25 15:52:22 (permalink)
Ed - Ha!!!  That's a sandwich?? Kinda sorta
 
MH - I like the idea of using the ends of a loaf to make those open face sandwiches.  Seems like it would keep the bread from getting gummy, while still holding the gravy.  It also finds an easy use for those odd pieces. 
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Re:What's For Dinner TONIGHT...??? 2014/03/25 16:40:24 (permalink)
I was going to grill, but this is our front yard 5 mins. ago.  Even the birds are not around.  Guess I'll have to cook inside!

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Re:What's For Dinner TONIGHT...??? 2014/03/25 16:42:39 (permalink)
Why don't we just have king crab legs tonight
 
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Re:What's For Dinner TONIGHT...??? 2014/03/25 17:24:09 (permalink)
This is my plan. I've been off work with a broken foot since December 5. Today at the doctor I found out it's going to be at LEAST June before I'm cleared to go back. And it's snowing, enough to shovel once already. I give up.
 

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Re:What's For Dinner TONIGHT...??? 2014/03/25 17:36:51 (permalink)
Only six?
 
I just finished a big bowl of chicken pho and I have no desire to eat again today.
 
Yet.
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Re:What's For Dinner TONIGHT...??? 2014/03/25 17:41:44 (permalink)
Six for dinner. Then I go to the bar to watch hockey, where there is Fat Tire on tap.
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Re:What's For Dinner TONIGHT...??? 2014/03/25 17:56:04 (permalink)
felix
Put your feet up, crack open a beer and don't worry about the snow.  It will melt, eventually!
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Re:What's For Dinner TONIGHT...??? 2014/03/25 23:55:10 (permalink)
Tonight was Southern cooking night. I took some boneless sirloin pork chops and coated them with my home made barbecue rub. Next, I took my injector and injected them with "Cajun Butter". I smoked them over maple for 40 minutes. They turned out tender and juicy. I also made some cheese grits, using a Mexican Queso Cotilja cheese. The other side dish was a spinach dish, with the spinach substituting for greens, chopped bacon, garlic, onion and balsamic vinegar. The spinach, onions and garlic were all sautéed in the bacon fat.. 
 

 

 

 
 

 
Between a good cut of pork, injecting it with the "Cajun Butter" and then a nice smoking, the chops were very juicy and tender and cut easily.The spinach had a great flavor and the grits were smooth. Yum!
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