What's For DINNER ...???

Change Page: << < ..21222324252627282930.. > >> | Showing page 24 of 66, messages 1381 to 1440 of 3908
Author Message
ann peeples
  • Total Posts : 8317
  • Reward points : 0
  • Joined: 5/21/2006
  • Location: West Allis, Wisconsin
Re:What's For DINNER ...??? - Wed, 10/17/12 1:38 PM
0
Fantastic! Thanks so much-Bob will love them!

baileysoriginal
  • Total Posts : 758
  • Reward points : 0
  • Joined: 10/17/2007
  • Location: friars point, MS
Re:What's For DINNER ...??? - Wed, 10/17/12 10:26 PM
0
Storms rolled through tonight with a cool front on the way so I wanted some comfort food - hamburger steaks with mushroom and onion sauce, smashed potatoes skins on - and green beans in garlic butter.

felix4067
  • Total Posts : 3305
  • Reward points : 0
  • Joined: 12/13/2003
  • Location: Near Grand Rapids, MI
Re:What's For DINNER ...??? - Wed, 10/17/12 10:45 PM
0
Knowing the next time I'll be able to cook is Monday, I figured I should make a huge casserole. Broccoli, chicken, and creamy cheesy gooeyness.
 


ScreamingChicken
  • Total Posts : 4737
  • Reward points : 0
  • Joined: 11/5/2004
  • Location: Stoughton, WI
Re:What's For DINNER ...??? - Thu, 10/18/12 8:38 AM
0
Did you top it with breadcrumbs or croutons?  Looks tasty but I think you could've added a few more mushrooms.

easydoesit
  • Total Posts : 470
  • Reward points : 0
  • Joined: 6/20/2007
  • Location: La Crosse, WI
Re:What's For DINNER ...??? - Thu, 10/18/12 1:52 PM
0
felix4067


I'm almost embarrassed to share, ann, since it's so stupid. But they are really, really good. You can also use cheddar instead of Parmesan, and if I do that I usually add about 6-8 slices of cooked, crumbled bacon into the layers.

6 medium white potatoes, halved and sliced 1/2-inch thick
1 medium onion, roughly chopped
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/2 cup peppercorn ranch dressing
1/2 cup Parmesan cheese (the kind in the can is fine)

Place potato slices, onion and salt in a large pot; cover with water and bring to a boil.
Reduce heat to medium-high, cover and simmer 15 minutes, stirring occasionally.
When potatoes are tender; drain mixture well.
Preheat oven to 375F; grease a large casserole (3 quart).
Place 1/3 of the potato-onion mixture in bottom of casserole; drizzle with 1/3 of ranch dressing and sprinkle with 1/3 of Parmesan.
Repeat layers until all ingredients are gone.
Cover casserole and bake at 375F for 20 minutes; remove cover and bake an additional 10 minutes.

 
felix, I had to print that off.  It looks like it would work with many types of cheeses.
 
I wish I was your next door neighbor.  Then you could call me up and say "Boy, I made way too much of this and would hate to see it to go to waste.  Could you help me out a little?"
 
I would help you out a lot.

felix4067
  • Total Posts : 3305
  • Reward points : 0
  • Joined: 12/13/2003
  • Location: Near Grand Rapids, MI
Re:What's For DINNER ...??? - Thu, 10/18/12 11:48 PM
0
ScreamingChicken


Did you top it with breadcrumbs or croutons?  Looks tasty but I think you could've added a few more mushrooms.

I used to, but my mother can have almost no carbs, so I leave off the crumbs now. Just top it with a bit more cheese the last few minutes of baking now. I love cheese. I added a 4.5 ounce jar of sliced mushrooms in addition to the cream of mushroom soup.
 
@ easydoesit: You'd be over a LOT. I don't have any idea how to cook for two people, so at minimum I usually make enough for four. Usually eight. I typically plan leftovers for at least one dinner, and have a bunch of meals in the freezer to take to work.

easydoesit
  • Total Posts : 470
  • Reward points : 0
  • Joined: 6/20/2007
  • Location: La Crosse, WI
Re:What's For DINNER ...??? - Fri, 10/19/12 3:39 PM
0
felix4067


ScreamingChicken


Did you top it with breadcrumbs or croutons?  Looks tasty but I think you could've added a few more mushrooms.

I used to, but my mother can have almost no carbs, so I leave off the crumbs now. Just top it with a bit more cheese the last few minutes of baking now. I love cheese. I added a 4.5 ounce jar of sliced mushrooms in addition to the cream of mushroom soup.

@ easydoesit: You'd be over a LOT. I don't have any idea how to cook for two people, so at minimum I usually make enough for four. Usually eight. I typically plan leftovers for at least one dinner, and have a bunch of meals in the freezer to take to work.

 
I do dishes, have done so ever since I was tall enough to get dragged over to the sink.  I am good at the job, and would get them really clean, in gratitude for your kindness!
 
 

kland01s
  • Total Posts : 2835
  • Reward points : 0
  • Joined: 3/14/2003
  • Location: Fox River Valley, IL
Re:What's For DINNER ...??? - Fri, 10/19/12 3:54 PM
0
My partner made a very cheesy variation of Welsh Rarebit (sp?) due to a craving of comfort food on a rainy chilly night. It was absolutely delicious and I wound up licking the cheese sauce off of the pot. The recipe came off Alton Brown's page and I said the next morning...."that was so absolutely delicious but please don't save this recipe and make it again... I just cannot eat like this anymore" I'm 66 and don't have any dietary restrictions but I could feel the arteries clogging as I happily ate. 

Michael Hoffman
  • Total Posts : 17852
  • Reward points : 0
  • Joined: 7/1/2000
  • Location: Gahanna, OH
Re:What's For DINNER ...??? - Fri, 10/19/12 4:07 PM
0
Years ago the Press Club of Charleston (West Virginia) served Welsh Rabbit from one of its lunch menus and I always loved it. I still make it the way they did. That is, I serve the rabbit over two rashers of bacon, sliced tomatoes and toast points. It's one of my favorite things.

Michael Hoffman
  • Total Posts : 17852
  • Reward points : 0
  • Joined: 7/1/2000
  • Location: Gahanna, OH
Re:What's For DINNER ...??? - Fri, 10/19/12 4:14 PM
0
Last night lleechef made us paninni with prosciutto di Parma, roasted red peppers, basil leaves and sharp provolone. Magnificent.
 
Tonight she's doing roasted bone-in chicken breasts with fingerling potatoes and roasted Brussels sprouts. My mouth is already watering.

kland01s
  • Total Posts : 2835
  • Reward points : 0
  • Joined: 3/14/2003
  • Location: Fox River Valley, IL
Re:What's For DINNER ...??? - Fri, 10/19/12 4:54 PM
0
Our recipe had no rabbits involved!! We made it with toast on the bottom and cheese sauce spread over, not as a fondue. Robert Irvine recipe and not Alton as I said last post, partner just cam e home from work so I could ask. 
 
http://www.foodnetwork.co...ebit-recipe/index.html
 

kland01s
  • Total Posts : 2835
  • Reward points : 0
  • Joined: 3/14/2003
  • Location: Fox River Valley, IL
Re:What's For DINNER ...??? - Fri, 10/19/12 4:56 PM
0
Michael Hoffman


Last night lleechef made us paninni with prosciutto di Parma, roasted red peppers, basil leaves and sharp provolone. Magnificent.

Tonight she's doing roasted bone-in chicken breasts with fingerling potatoes and roasted Brussels sprouts. My mouth is already watering.

 
Michael, we are all envious! Especially me who has a vegetarian partner. 

Michael Hoffman
  • Total Posts : 17852
  • Reward points : 0
  • Joined: 7/1/2000
  • Location: Gahanna, OH
Re:What's For DINNER ...??? - Fri, 10/19/12 5:19 PM
0
kland01s


Our recipe had no rabbits involved!! We made it with toast on the bottom and cheese sauce spread over, not as a fondue. Robert Irvine recipe and not Alton as I said last post, partner just cam e home from work so I could ask. 

http://www.foodnetwork.co...ebit-recipe/index.html


Welsh Rabbit has no rabbits. It's cheese sauce. It was called Welsh Rabbit by those British who were putting down the people of Wales.


Michael Hoffman
  • Total Posts : 17852
  • Reward points : 0
  • Joined: 7/1/2000
  • Location: Gahanna, OH
Re:What's For DINNER ...??? - Fri, 10/19/12 5:46 PM
0
kland01s


Michael Hoffman


Last night lleechef made us paninni with prosciutto di Parma, roasted red peppers, basil leaves and sharp provolone. Magnificent.

Tonight she's doing roasted bone-in chicken breasts with fingerling potatoes and roasted Brussels sprouts. My mouth is already watering.


Michael, we are all envious! Especially me who has a vegetarian partner. 

Oh, I forgot about the vegetarianism you deal with. Well, I did say we're having fingerling potatoes and Brussels sprouts. They'd go beautifully with grilled portobellos.


felix4067
  • Total Posts : 3305
  • Reward points : 0
  • Joined: 12/13/2003
  • Location: Near Grand Rapids, MI
Re:What's For DINNER ...??? - Tue, 10/23/12 6:44 PM
0
Hooray for having time and energy to cook again! Balsamic peppered chicken, dressed peas, and steamed broccoli.
 


mar52
  • Total Posts : 7609
  • Reward points : 0
  • Joined: 4/17/2005
  • Location: Marina del Rey, CA
Re:What's For DINNER ...??? - Tue, 10/23/12 9:55 PM
0
Felix, that looks healthy!
 
I picked up dinner from Andre's Italian Restaurant.  It's like no Italian restaurant you've ever eaten at.
 
I had the quarter chicken with spaghetti and mushroom sauce all over both.  Ordered a salad to go with it.
 
I noticed that on Tuesdays they serve lamb shanks so I picked up dinner for my mother.  It's one of her favorite meals.
 
Italian restaurant, French name and a mostly Japanese clientelle.  I love this place!

love2bake
  • Total Posts : 1281
  • Reward points : 0
  • Joined: 8/10/2008
  • Location: SFBay Area, CA
Re:What's For DINNER ...??? - Tue, 10/23/12 10:11 PM
0
Dutch babies with lemon wedges and vanilla sugar.

BackRhodes
  • Total Posts : 652
  • Reward points : 0
  • Joined: 6/14/2011
  • Location: Mendocino County, CA
Re:What's For DINNER ...??? - Wed, 10/24/12 3:31 PM
0
Yesterday was Taco Tuesday (again)...
 
And once again I had tacos for ALL 3 MEALS...!!!
 
Yup...breakfast, lunch, & dinner...it's like a dream come true...
 
I did this a few weeks ago, and decided to have another go at it...
 
Mucho Bueno...!!!

mar52
  • Total Posts : 7609
  • Reward points : 0
  • Joined: 4/17/2005
  • Location: Marina del Rey, CA
Re:What's For DINNER ...??? - Wed, 10/24/12 7:35 PM
0
if...  you make them yourself. 
 
If it's Del Taco's Taco Tuesday I'll leave them all for you.
 
Had a late lunch at a small chain south of here that I don't want to revisit.
 
I had the salad wedge with blue cheese, bacon and Caesar dressing.  That was good.
 
I ordered a cup of the minestrone soup to go with it.  Has anyone here had minestrone that was put through a blender or mixed with a wand?
 
I at first thought they'd given me the split pea by mistake and gee was it dark.
 
It probably would have been better.

felix4067
  • Total Posts : 3305
  • Reward points : 0
  • Joined: 12/13/2003
  • Location: Near Grand Rapids, MI
Re:What's For DINNER ...??? - Wed, 10/24/12 8:12 PM
0
Tonight dinner got preempted by a nap, so we're going to swing by Steak and Shake on my way back to work tonight. It happens.

love2bake
  • Total Posts : 1281
  • Reward points : 0
  • Joined: 8/10/2008
  • Location: SFBay Area, CA
Re:What's For Dinner TONIGHT...??? - Thu, 10/25/12 12:57 PM
0
iluvcfood


Nope..no extra bread!  I just whittled away at the Pastrami until it was down to "sandwich size" and then ate it!  Of course I had to dip EVERY delish bite into the spicy brown mustard first!  
Thinking perhaps the sandwich wouldnt be enough I ordered ONE potato Latke as well!  BIGgggggggg  mistake!  The darn thing was the size of the entire plate and a meal all in itself! LOL



BTW......I dont know if the Pastrami was hand cut or machine cut!
IF you think mine was/is big they also sell a TRIPLE!  

Sorry--I'm a little late--but was that latke as delicious as it looks?

ScreamingChicken
  • Total Posts : 4737
  • Reward points : 0
  • Joined: 11/5/2004
  • Location: Stoughton, WI
Re:What's For DINNER ...??? - Thu, 10/25/12 1:03 PM
0
BackRhodes


Yesterday was Taco Tuesday (again)...

And once again I had tacos for ALL 3 MEALS...!!!
Were the tacos identical or did you change it up with each meal?
 
I'll bet Mar would eat Harold's tacos 3 times a day if she could.

mar52
  • Total Posts : 7609
  • Reward points : 0
  • Joined: 4/17/2005
  • Location: Marina del Rey, CA
Re:What's For DINNER ...??? - Thu, 10/25/12 3:08 PM
0
Brad, you might win that bet but there are qualifications for my partaking.

kland01s
  • Total Posts : 2835
  • Reward points : 0
  • Joined: 3/14/2003
  • Location: Fox River Valley, IL
Re:What's For DINNER ...??? - Thu, 10/25/12 4:11 PM
0
Michael Hoffman


kland01s


Michael, we are all envious! Especially me who has a vegetarian partner. 

Oh, I forgot about the vegetarianism you deal with. Well, I did say we're having fingerling potatoes and Brussels sprouts. They'd go beautifully with grilled portobellos.

 
I used to cook two separate entrees but I caved and now we eat the same thing however lunch is on my own so today I had a small steak. On weekends I usually eat at least one meat meal out. Tonight we are having lentil soup. 

mar52
  • Total Posts : 7609
  • Reward points : 0
  • Joined: 4/17/2005
  • Location: Marina del Rey, CA
Re:What's For DINNER ...??? - Thu, 10/25/12 9:44 PM
0
It was a Tito's Taco night.

chefbuba
  • Total Posts : 1956
  • Reward points : 0
  • Joined: 6/22/2009
  • Location: Near You, WA
Re:What's For DINNER ...??? - Thu, 10/25/12 11:44 PM
0
5lbs of steamers, potato salad & garlic bread

felix4067
  • Total Posts : 3305
  • Reward points : 0
  • Joined: 12/13/2003
  • Location: Near Grand Rapids, MI
Re:What's For DINNER ...??? - Fri, 10/26/12 12:30 AM
0
Left to my own devices, I had a plate full o' carbs and fat. Baked potato (with butter, cheddar, Tabasco, sour cream and garlic salt), Grands southern-style biscuits with butter and honey, and some angel hair pasta tossed with olive oil garlic and Parmesan.

ScreamingChicken
  • Total Posts : 4737
  • Reward points : 0
  • Joined: 11/5/2004
  • Location: Stoughton, WI
Re:What's For DINNER ...??? - Fri, 10/26/12 8:53 AM
0
The use of olive oil qualifies that as a healthy meal.
 
Last Sunday I grilled a beef arm roast so last night I made stroganoff with the leftovers.

felix4067
  • Total Posts : 3305
  • Reward points : 0
  • Joined: 12/13/2003
  • Location: Near Grand Rapids, MI
Re:What's For DINNER ...??? - Fri, 10/26/12 2:18 PM
0
ScreamingChicken


The use of olive oil qualifies that as a healthy meal.


Excellent!
 
Tonight I'm doing a hamburger casserole, which I'll only get the leftovers from after I get out of work, but it reheats well.

BackRhodes
  • Total Posts : 652
  • Reward points : 0
  • Joined: 6/14/2011
  • Location: Mendocino County, CA
Re:What's For DINNER ...??? - Sat, 10/27/12 4:19 AM
0
ScreamingChicken


BackRhodes


Yesterday was Taco Tuesday (again)...

And once again I had tacos for ALL 3 MEALS...!!!

Were the tacos identical or did you change it up with each meal?
I'll bet Mar would eat Harold's tacos 3 times a day if she could.

 
Not only different each time, but also in 3 different cities...and Carne Asada each time...
 
Mar, there aren't any "Del taco" in Mendocino County...we're a VERY rural county...(biggest city is 15,000 population)...
 
I eat where the Mexican Campesino's eat & avoid gringo taco's...(TRUE Mexican tacos don't have lettuce, cheese, or sourcream)...
 
Some of the best Mexican food I had was working in the wine industry, and the Mexicans were very willing to share their food at lunch, and it was as authentic as it gets...simple but tasty...
 



BackRhodes
  • Total Posts : 652
  • Reward points : 0
  • Joined: 6/14/2011
  • Location: Mendocino County, CA
Re:What's For DINNER ...??? - Sat, 10/27/12 4:23 AM
0
2.3 pound Tri-Tip tonight...it was "firm chilled" (almost frozen)...10 minute preheat on the grill while I seasoned the meat...cooked 1.5 hours until 150*...multitasked doing other thing while I let it cook...let rest for 10 minutes...yum...
 
I took a picture, but it's too late tonight to post a photo...maybe next time I'm online...
 

Michael Hoffman
  • Total Posts : 17852
  • Reward points : 0
  • Joined: 7/1/2000
  • Location: Gahanna, OH
Re:What's For DINNER ...??? - Sat, 10/27/12 8:53 AM
0
Last night we had pan seared sea scallops with a white wine, butter and lemon sauce, along with rice pilaf and spinach sauted in olive oil. Needless to say, lleechef prepared dinner.
 
We bought the scallops at Wholey's in Pittsburgh on Thursday, along with a pint of freshly-chopped clams. Tonight it'll be lleechef's clam chowder after the Ohio State-Penn State game and just before the (New York-- I don't care what they say) Giants play at Detroit for game three of the World Series.
 
This post has been edited to fix my error. I originally said the scallops were sauteed. They were not.
<message edited by Michael Hoffman on Sat, 10/27/12 9:31 AM>

felix4067
  • Total Posts : 3305
  • Reward points : 0
  • Joined: 12/13/2003
  • Location: Near Grand Rapids, MI
Re:What's For DINNER ...??? - Sat, 10/27/12 3:03 PM
0
Never got around to making the casserole until this afternoon. Whatever.
 


mar52
  • Total Posts : 7609
  • Reward points : 0
  • Joined: 4/17/2005
  • Location: Marina del Rey, CA
Re:What's For DINNER ...??? - Sat, 10/27/12 4:20 PM
0
Yum!

iluvcfood
  • Total Posts : 397
  • Reward points : 0
  • Joined: 6/13/2012
  • Location: Sunny, CA
Re:What's For DINNER ...??? - Sat, 10/27/12 5:59 PM
0
We went last night to our favorite Chinese place for dinner and I ordered the "Spicy" Ma-li chicken.
When it arrived I found it not to be nearly as spicy as I wanted so I ordered a seperate container of the "Spicier" sauce to dip my chicken into.........BAD mistake! The first bite took my breath away, brought tears to my eyes and made my nose run! 
I somehow managed to survive and scarfed almost all of the sauce.
 

 
The sauce...........
 


mar52
  • Total Posts : 7609
  • Reward points : 0
  • Joined: 4/17/2005
  • Location: Marina del Rey, CA
Re:What's For DINNER ...??? - Sat, 10/27/12 10:57 PM
0
So what's the name of your favorite place? That's what we're about here. 
 
I had two Hebrew National hot dogs, split and grilled, placed into Ball Park buns and slathered with Vlasic Hot Dog Mustard.

iluvcfood
  • Total Posts : 397
  • Reward points : 0
  • Joined: 6/13/2012
  • Location: Sunny, CA
Re:What's For DINNER ...??? - Sat, 10/27/12 11:47 PM
0


mar52
  • Total Posts : 7609
  • Reward points : 0
  • Joined: 4/17/2005
  • Location: Marina del Rey, CA
Re:What's For DINNER ...??? - Sun, 10/28/12 1:47 AM
0
Thanks, Greg.
 
Have to look up your chicken.  I've never heard of Ma-Li Chicken but it sounds familiar, 
 
 

iluvcfood
  • Total Posts : 397
  • Reward points : 0
  • Joined: 6/13/2012
  • Location: Sunny, CA
Re:What's For DINNER ...??? - Sun, 10/28/12 2:40 AM
0
Correction on the name of the Chicken..............it's supposed to be:  Ma La and NOT Ma LI
Sorry bout that! 

love2bake
  • Total Posts : 1281
  • Reward points : 0
  • Joined: 8/10/2008
  • Location: SFBay Area, CA
Re:What's For DINNER ...??? - Sun, 10/28/12 12:24 PM
0
Made "Rally Enchiladas" in honor of Giants pitcher Vogelsong, whose ritual is to eat chicken enchiladas the night before he pitches a game.  First time making my own enchilada sauce--won't be the last. :)
 
Here's my first attempt at a photo.  Hope it works!

 

<message edited by love2bake on Sat, 12/22/12 3:27 PM>

Michael Hoffman
  • Total Posts : 17852
  • Reward points : 0
  • Joined: 7/1/2000
  • Location: Gahanna, OH
Re:What's For DINNER ...??? - Sun, 10/28/12 12:32 PM
0
Thanks for making the rally enchiladas. It sure helped.

mar52
  • Total Posts : 7609
  • Reward points : 0
  • Joined: 4/17/2005
  • Location: Marina del Rey, CA
Re:What's For DINNER ...??? - Sun, 10/28/12 1:52 PM
0
One more game!
 
Greg, I looked up the recipe and might actually try making Ma La Chicken.  Need to get those Sichaun Peppercorns.
 
Not sure what I'll make for dinner tonight.  Maybe a pasta because I'm swollen from last night's dinner. 

iluvcfood
  • Total Posts : 397
  • Reward points : 0
  • Joined: 6/13/2012
  • Location: Sunny, CA
Re:What's For DINNER ...??? - Sun, 10/28/12 2:45 PM
0
We picked these from our garden and Avocado tree this morning so tonights dinner will be:  Fresh Guacamole dip and some BBQ burgers! 
 


mar52
  • Total Posts : 7609
  • Reward points : 0
  • Joined: 4/17/2005
  • Location: Marina del Rey, CA
Re:What's For DINNER ...??? - Sun, 10/28/12 3:58 PM
0
Isn't guacamole dip redundant?
 
You grow cilantro?  Does it keep the bunnies away?
 
Guess I'll go downstairs and check the cupboards.

iluvcfood
  • Total Posts : 397
  • Reward points : 0
  • Joined: 6/13/2012
  • Location: Sunny, CA
Re:What's For DINNER ...??? - Sun, 10/28/12 4:11 PM
0
The Guacamole is not only good for the chips but also ideal when smeared on burgers!
Cilantro doesnt keep the bunnies away at all..........  in fact they LOVE it that's why I have hardware cloth over it keeping it covered! 

iluvcfood
  • Total Posts : 397
  • Reward points : 0
  • Joined: 6/13/2012
  • Location: Sunny, CA
Re:What's For DINNER ...??? - Sun, 10/28/12 7:56 PM
0
Instead of BBqd burgers we opted for homemade meatloaf instead!  Yummmmmmmy
 


felix4067
  • Total Posts : 3305
  • Reward points : 0
  • Joined: 12/13/2003
  • Location: Near Grand Rapids, MI
Re:What's For DINNER ...??? - Sun, 10/28/12 8:33 PM
0
I started my pre-surgery pain meds today. As a consequence, I am so stupid I thought the stove was a bad idea, so we went to Steak 'n Shake. BBQ bacon cheeseburger with fries and a side-by-side peanut butter and chocolate shake.

agnesrob
  • Total Posts : 1790
  • Reward points : 0
  • Joined: 6/4/2006
  • Location: Park Ridge, NJ
Re:What's For DINNER ...??? - Mon, 10/29/12 7:58 AM
0
If we lose power it might be cheese in a can and ritz crackers.

SeamusD
  • Total Posts : 942
  • Reward points : 0
  • Joined: 4/1/2008
  • Location: Syracuse, NY
Re:What's For DINNER ...??? - Mon, 10/29/12 10:06 AM
0
Made a big pot of chili in my old Dutch oven yesterday so it could sit in the fridge overnight to age a day for my dinner tonight. It's all I can think about at my desk this morning trying to get some work done and lay out an emergency plan should the hurricane knock our power out.

ScreamingChicken
  • Total Posts : 4737
  • Reward points : 0
  • Joined: 11/5/2004
  • Location: Stoughton, WI
Re:What's For DINNER ...??? - Mon, 10/29/12 10:13 AM
0
For taste and more it's On-Cor!
 
That was last night because I was lazy, but tonight it's chelada-brined (beer, V8, salt) pork sirloin chops on the grill.

the grillman
  • Total Posts : 624
  • Reward points : 0
  • Joined: 6/27/2005
  • Location: Saint Charles, MO
Re:What's For DINNER ...??? - Mon, 10/29/12 2:40 PM
0
Tonight's supper is going to be easy; we have a really busy week.   A few weeks ago, one of my daughters got married, and we roasted a whole hog for the reception.  I froze some of the leftovers in freezer bags.  Will thaw out some of that roasted hog, add a bit more bbq sauce, and serve it on buns.  It was really good the first time, and it will be just as good tonight!

love2bake
  • Total Posts : 1281
  • Reward points : 0
  • Joined: 8/10/2008
  • Location: SFBay Area, CA
Re:What's For DINNER ...??? - Mon, 10/29/12 2:47 PM
0
Michael Hoffman


Thanks for making the rally enchiladas. It sure helped.

Thanks!  Looks like it did. 
 
Happy to have World Champions again after last night's game!

felix4067
  • Total Posts : 3305
  • Reward points : 0
  • Joined: 12/13/2003
  • Location: Near Grand Rapids, MI
Re:What's For DINNER ...??? - Mon, 10/29/12 9:08 PM
0
The last time I'm cooking for at least a week, since I'm having surgery tomorrow morning. Turkish chicken thighs, Lebanese green beans, and leftover early June peas and lima beans.
 


mar52
  • Total Posts : 7609
  • Reward points : 0
  • Joined: 4/17/2005
  • Location: Marina del Rey, CA
Re:What's For DINNER ...??? - Tue, 10/30/12 3:37 PM
0
Hope everything went well.
 
Speedy, painless recovery vibes headed your way!

ann peeples
  • Total Posts : 8317
  • Reward points : 0
  • Joined: 5/21/2006
  • Location: West Allis, Wisconsin
Re:What's For DINNER ...??? - Tue, 10/30/12 7:20 PM
0
My face is swollen because I have an abcess-cant chew-so i made french onion soup, complete with gruyere, and a good crouton soaked in the soup.....

mar52
  • Total Posts : 7609
  • Reward points : 0
  • Joined: 4/17/2005
  • Location: Marina del Rey, CA
Re:What's For DINNER ...??? - Tue, 10/30/12 7:43 PM
0
You also need to feel better!
 
 

baileysoriginal
  • Total Posts : 758
  • Reward points : 0
  • Joined: 10/17/2007
  • Location: friars point, MS
Re:What's For DINNER ...??? - Tue, 10/30/12 9:24 PM
0
A filet tonight - with Margarita shrimp skewers and a baked potato.  Had a salad for lunch so not another tonight - and a glass of Merlot.
 
Also baked a small pan of cornbread - tomorrow night will be smoked turkey, dressing, smashed potatoes and green beans - sort of a dress rehearsal for Thanksgiving when we'll add all the other overindugent dishes and do it up right. 
 
 I plan on making the most of this holiday season.
 

BackRhodes
  • Total Posts : 652
  • Reward points : 0
  • Joined: 6/14/2011
  • Location: Mendocino County, CA
Re:What's For DINNER ...??? - Tue, 10/30/12 10:25 PM
0
agnesrob


If we lose power it might be cheese in a can and ritz crackers.

Please tell us that is a joke and that you're actually better prepared than this...
 

BackRhodes
  • Total Posts : 652
  • Reward points : 0
  • Joined: 6/14/2011
  • Location: Mendocino County, CA
Re:What's For DINNER ...??? - Tue, 10/30/12 10:30 PM
0
Dinner on the 27th, while watching the World Series, was Tri-Tip, cooked with indirect heat...
 

 
Yummmm...look at those wonderful juices (after letting it rest 10+ minutes)...
 

BackRhodes
  • Total Posts : 652
  • Reward points : 0
  • Joined: 6/14/2011
  • Location: Mendocino County, CA
Re:What's For DINNER ...??? - Tue, 10/30/12 10:32 PM
0
And tonight it was bone-in chicken thighs...crispy outside, tender & juicy inside...
 
BBQ sauce not added until the last minute...and let carmelize...
 
Yummm
 
Y'all eat yet...???
 
 

 

Change Page: << < ..21222324252627282930.. > >> | Showing page 24 of 66, messages 1381 to 1440 of 3908