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Discussion in 'General Chat' started by Metalman, Mar 20, 2010.
Add several 'drink beer' steps in there and I think you have a great description of MOTD.
I cooked up some diner food tonight. Fried pork chops, mashed potatoes, and mushroom gravy.
It has been cold and rainy, so I made some cider-braised pork shoulder, and mashed potatoes. Good "stick-to-the-ribs" food.
Hahahahaha, wife made pork tonight also.
Nice cobbler, but blueberries don't like me. They want to get out of my digestive tract as quickly as possible.
I think I have gained 10 lbs. just watching this thread. Wish I could cook like ya'll ...
Pork chop, medium. Brussel sprouts, tossed with a little EVOO salt and pepper before searing and finishing in the oven. Then I drizzled a little balsamic reduction over the sprouts. Right tasty.
Simple, hardy, good. Nice dinner VV.
I was in Taylor, Texas and brought home some serious BBQ from Louis Mueller's. Here is my beef rib -- 2 pounds, 3 ounces of beef heaven. That bone is just short of 13-inches. This might just make VV a bit envious.
Yup. That do look mighty tasty. Makes my Big Kahuna Steak Sub from Jersey Mike's look downright paltry. Glad I finished eating before I saw your post.
Damn fine looking rib CD.
Big Kahuna Sub from Jersey Mike's -- I hear they got some tasty subs. I ain't never had one myself... how are they? Can I have some of your tasty beverage to wash it down?
I'll spare you Ezekiel 25:17.
Big Kahuna is good. Basically a steak and cheese, but they throw in a handful of peppers, onions, mushrooms and jalapeños when they cook the steak. Never had a bad sub from there.
I guess nobody got my Pulp Fiction reference.
It got down to 30F last night, and stayed in the low 50s today, so it's chilly enough for chili. So I made a pot. I was too lazy to make cornbread, so crackers had to do.
Looks good CD... except for those round brown things.
Looks like some good chili, CD. Is that bacon in there?
No bacon. That may be the diced tomatoes you are seeing. I use diced tomatoes instead of tomato sauce. As for the "round brown things," I like beans in my chili. Ranch Style pintos are acceptable in Texas.
Looks good, It is not chili if it has no beans, at least three types in our chili, I thought a pot was being made this afternoon, but surprise, Patty was using up some leftover turkey to make a potpie filling, maybe in a week or so after Turkey Day we can have some good Colorado Chili with 3 beans.
Made my usual banana pudding for the family. Pudding made from scratch using my Mom's old recipe.