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  1. #1021
    Clemintines got bit of a sore throat.
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    Italian quesadilla. Tortilla, Mozarella, Pepperoni, Salame, Mozarella, Tortilla; heated on the griddle til melty. Dip in marinara.
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  3. #1023
    Meatball sub, went to get some gift cards and got a sub for me and my mother.
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    We broke from our typical fare for Christmas dinner yesterday and I finally tried my hand at making Sauerbraten...



    ...complete with ginger snap gravy, Rotkohl (red cabbage, onion, and apple), glazed carrots, and my wife’s mashed potatoes. I was quite happy with how it all turned out. I was especially pleased when Dona said the smell of the Rotkohl reminded her of a favorite German restaurant in Leavenworth, Washington.
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  5. #1025
    I made saurbraten during my first year at uni. I saw it on the Frugal Gourmet and one of the other students had the cookbook so for my birthday I made it. I little tricky have a piece of meat marinating in wine in a community walk fridge, specially if when it required wine and I was under age before and after the birthday. But somebody got the wine for me. Had leftovers for a week.
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    I have (nearly?) all of the Frugal Gourmet books but dang it, I didn’t think to look there for a recipe. I think I even remember that PBS episode, now that you remind me. I used a recipe from Saveur.
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  7. #1027
    Just did a quick google search and found it.
    https://www.eatyourbooks.com/library...st-sauerbraten
    The online recipe calls for red win vinegar but I remember having to get wine for it. I also remember a person in my dorm saying this is not a German dish because he knew everything about German cooking also bugged me about evolution and Star Trek. Good eats did it as well.
    https://www.food.com/recipe/alton-br...rbraten-191127
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  8. #1028
    Just had some olives, cheese and crackers with some left broccoli salad from supper.
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    Starbucks sandwich, latte, and chips.

    It's been an unhealthy day. : D

  10. #1030
    A couple of big bowls of beef stew.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PetersCreek View Post
    I have (nearly?) all of the Frugal Gourmet books but dang it, I didn’t think to look there for a recipe. I think I even remember that PBS episode, now that you remind me. I used a recipe from Saveur.
    Slightly off-topic, but I met the guy once. He shrieked at me. "DON'T GET EXCITED!". Nobody was getting excited but him.
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  12. #1032
    Eating a sandwich of some leftover sausage and potato hash salsa, hot peppers and cheese. Sometime soon a small flightless theropod that is normally consumed around this time of the orbit will be put in an oven. The mammals get there revenge.
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  13. #1033
    Leftover turkey sandwich and pretzels, break-snack.

    Before dinner I was taking a nap and almost missed seeing my sisters family, I was told they were yelling at me to wake up.
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  14. #1034
    Just had some birthday cake it is the BIL's birthday.
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  15. #1035
    Came back home from unloading the truck for a quick meal of ham,cheese, salad, potatoes and olives.
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    I'd like to thank the Academy...er...the noble pig who sacrificed his/her life to provide the delicious chop we've just had for dinner.
    And whoever grew the onion I grilled along with it.
    I recently started grilling onions to put on delicious hamburgers, then, with some of one left over, did some with a pork chop. And then with a quesadilla. I'm going to make sure to have some sweet onions on hand at all times from now on.
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  17. #1037
    Harvest crisps, peas baked with wasabi flavoring with chip dip, part of my brain is saying bad the other is I don't car.
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    Salmon, a baked potato and some carrots and turnips.
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    Cherry Pie from the Chimacum Cafe.
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    We weren't even planning to go there, but our intended destination, Scampi & Halibuts seems to have gone out of business. That's too bad.
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  20. #1040
    Just had some chocolate cheesecake and another dessert, a sacrifice I had to make on my sisters birthday.
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  21. #1041
    Basically lesftovers from the last few days, sandwiches, chicken, salad and chips, just a quiet day around here.
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    Wife made lasagna for us to eat during the Super Bowl, which we might watch because nothing else to do.
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    Coffee and bagel with hazelnut spread and peanut butter while taking a break from de-icing the car.
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    I've been doing quite a lot of burgers lately, most of them really good.
    Those from a couple of days ago were a bit less so. I changed the fat content of the beef (from 15% to 20%) and cut the onions differently. Still good, but not AS good.
    But I needed to use up the other half of the beef. And in the fridge was most of a package of bacon. It had been there for a few weeks, not getting any younger. So I decided to fry up all of the bacon before doing the burgers. Then I could put some on my burger, as my wife prefers it plainer.
    Bacon: Crisped!
    Onions and Beef: Done in the bacon fat after I sopped up most of it with paper towels.
    Other, for me: Gorgonzola cheese and A-1 sauce.
    Wow, that was really good! And I've got a zip bag full of crispy bacon for further use!
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    Homemade chili cooked in the slow cooker all day on low. Along with some fresh out of the oven corn muffins with butter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JonnoHealth84 View Post
    Homemade chili cooked in the slow cooker all day on low. Along with some fresh out of the oven corn muffins with butter.
    Welcome, Jonno! (May I call you Jonno?)
    That sounds good. I've been thinking of getting my wife to cook her chili. Chile. However you spell it. I'm settled on "chili" for the peppers; and Chile for the country; but can never figure out how to spell the soup/stew. I just know I like it.
    My wife's would never pass muster in Texas, but I really enjoy it. She says her mother insisted on potatoes as a primary ingredient. That's because she grew up in the Depression, potatoes were cheap, and they added bulk to the food. She was actually taught that in high school.

    Tonight was burgers again. I returned to the 15/85 grind and just did a basic version. Really good.
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  27. #1047
    Popcorn and cheese, not that I woke from a nap an finished Picard, may time to read until I get tired again.
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  28. #1048
    A chocolate bar went into town with mom, while at the grocery store ran into a former neighbor and teacher getting flowers for his wife.
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    Lunch in Wellington, and my host and guide would not let me pay for it. Thanks again pzkpfw!
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    looks good.
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