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16-11-2013, 10:07 AM
RE: What's for Dinner? (or supper, or lupper, or the last meal of the day)
Just salt and pepper.


I really feel like beef and tomato soup.

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16-11-2013, 03:46 PM
What's for Dinner? (or supper, or lupper, or the last meal of the day)
(16-11-2013 10:07 AM)earmuffs Wrote:  Just salt and pepper.


I really feel like beef and tomato soup.

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08-12-2013, 06:02 PM
RE: What's for Dinner? (or supper, or lupper, or the last meal of the day)
Beef stew. Simple, warm, filling, fits the crazy weather.

Cubed up a bottom round roast (never ever ever ever pay no goddamn $5.99/lb for stew beef buy the cheapest roast they got and cube it up) tossed the meat in flour and Montreal Steak seasoning (McCormick's brand) and set it aside

Thickly cut onions, peeled celery, and baby carrots (cut those in half) and then sweated them in my big stock pot with a dash of salt. Once the onions were semi-translucent I removed them to a bowl added some more oil and then began browning my beef in batches (I had 4 batches this time) remember do not crowd your pan or they will not brown.

After the last of my beef was done browning (still raw but browned) I returned the rest of the meat and veg and added 1 box of beef broth and 2 quarts of water. Brought to a boil reduced to a simmer. Added Garlic powder, salt and pepper to taste.

After the rest of the veg were soft I cut up 8 small white potatoes into slices roughly the same size as the carrots and added them to the pot. Once my potatoes were cooked through I made a slurry with flour and water and thickened the stew, simmered for 10 minutes to cook out the foul and served.

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07-01-2014, 06:45 PM
RE: What's for Dinner? (or supper, or lupper, or the last meal of the day)
I made one of my mother's recipes for dinner tonight - Alfred's Chicken.
I haven't made it in quite some time and it brought back memories. This was one of our favorites growing up.

It's chicken cooked with onions, mushrooms, butter, sherry, lemon juice, and parsley, served over rice.

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08-01-2014, 04:57 PM
RE: What's for Dinner? (or supper, or lupper, or the last meal of the day)
A Tomato and Mozzarella Pasta Bake from Tesco. There is also Ice Cream in the Freezer I might have for afters.

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08-01-2014, 06:03 PM
RE: What's for Dinner? (or supper, or lupper, or the last meal of the day)
Grilling some burgers!

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12-01-2014, 12:33 PM
RE: What's for Dinner? (or supper, or lupper, or the last meal of the day)
Pork and beans. I mean real pork and beans.

4 cups dried Pinto beans (I like them 'cause they don't need to be pre-soaked)
6 slices bacon cut in 1" pieces
2 tbls bacon grease

Put 'em all in a pot, cover with 2" water, bring to a boil and simmer for 2 hours.

2 hours later add whatever seasonings you like. I used chili powder, cayenne pepper, sea salt, black pepper, cumin and a chipotle pepper with a tbls or 3 of adobo sauce. Simmer for another 30 minutes.

Meanwhile I took 3 nice fat boneless pork chops and pressure cooked 'em for 40 minutes. They're fork tender after that. Pull 'em apart with a fork, add them to the beans and voila, real pork and beans. Drooling

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15-01-2014, 04:23 PM
RE: What's for Dinner? (or supper, or lupper, or the last meal of the day)
Fajitas. (veggie one for me)
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15-01-2014, 05:27 PM
RE: What's for Dinner? (or supper, or lupper, or the last meal of the day)
Putting this on some chicken (sooooo good Drooling ) baked potato, sweet corn on the side
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15-01-2014, 05:47 PM
RE: What's for Dinner? (or supper, or lupper, or the last meal of the day)
Sesame teriyaki chicken, grilled bell peppers, served on basmati rice. With a dollop of creamy JalapeƱo sauce on the side for dipping.

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