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Author Topic: What's on the stove, oven, or crockpot today?  (Read 1517891 times)

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Online mike89

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well I have lucky again and scored some farm fresh eggs!!   some are rather large...   they said there could be double yoke's..  washed up the first batch this morning and then proceeded to make me a cheese omelette.. 1st egg, yup a double!!!   bet those hens really clucked when they laid them!!    :rotflmao: 
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Gotta love them double bangers!  :happy1:
Time itself is bought and sold, the spreading fear of growing old contains a thousand foolish games that we play. (Neil Young)

Offline Gunner55

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The Jumbos we get at WM up here are usually at least 2/3 doubles. :happy1: :cool: Not that much difference in $, either.
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Which begs the question, can double yolk eggs result in two chicks hatching from the same egg? Apparently after exhaustive research, they can, although it is rare, about like glenn catching a fish. (boar told me to say that)
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makes sense, twins??  maybe!!
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LOLOL  I have always wondered that too.  If the double yolk can have two chicks that is. 

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Which begs the question, can double yolk eggs result in two chicks hatching from the same egg? Apparently after exhaustive research, they can, although it is rare, about like glenn catching a fish. (boar told me to say that)
and if boar told you to jump off a cliff you'd do that to? :crazy: :doofus: :rotflmao:
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Depends on the cliff & what kind of gin was at the bottom... :scratch:
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I'll see your so called WF spaghetti and raise ya some homemade sauce, Alfredo sauce and cottage cheese!  :happy1:

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 :happy1: :rotflmao: :rotflmao: may as well throw that sketti out. That curdled milk is touching it!! :mooning: :rotflmao:
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We don't do garlic toast often enough with spaghetti.  Nice touch.

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Momma did some cookin  :happy1: squished taters cream of mushroom gravy and meatballs.

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One of my favorite meals Glenn. 

Online LPS

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Just took out a chuck roast and we are going to put it in our instant pot tonight.  Can't wait.

Offline Gunner55

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Momma did some cookin  :happy1: squished taters cream of mushroom gravy and meatballs.
We do something similar but with burgers instead.
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My WF sketti not that jar stuff boober uses!! :tut: :rotflmao: :mooning: and the home version of garlic toast .

Oh look, no room on the plate for that disgusting cottage cheese! :sleazy: :pouty: :doah: :rotflmao:

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yes there is!!   just move the toast!!!!    :happy1: :happy1:   looks good bud!!!    :happy1: :happy1: :rotflmao: :rotflmao:
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yes there is!!   just move the toast!!!!    :happy1: :happy1:   looks good bud!!!    :happy1: :happy1: :rotflmao: :rotflmao:
:tut: :rotflmao: not gonna happen!! :rotflmao:
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changed plans, decided to cook beef short ribs in the crock pot vs the smoker.. peeling the membrane on them is POS!!!   :rotflmao:
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Pheasant Wild Rice Soup. Usually make this during the winter but had a hankering for some now.

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got the short ribs done!!!  very tasty!!  from what I started with to what I ended up with...   WOW!!!!   no wonder I like baby back ribs!!!!    :rotflmao: :rotflmao: :rotflmao: :rotflmao: :happy1:
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I saw this I think on a Zimmer food deal recently.  Olive salad.  It is chopped up olives and other tasty things.  They put it on sandwichs, etc.  I am thinking on nachos or on a salad or anything.  I love green olives.  The show was at Central Market.  They made the olive salad.  I looked on Amazing Amazon and the Central Market Olive Salad is available there.  I ordered 2 qts of it.  Drooling just thinking of it. 

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I’m a big fan of olives, especially green one and stuffed with pimientos, garlic, or blue cheese. I also like kalamatas and black olives. Green ones make good olive burgers.

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 :rotflmao: :rotflmao: olives belong in the garbage can right next to the cottage cheese!!!!!!!!!!! :evil: :mooning: :rotflmao: :rotflmao: :happy1:
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LOL  I would like to try an olive burger.  Olives and swiss cheese on top of a burger? 

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That would be worth a try. Another way is slice the olives and mix them in with the raw burger and top with a grilled onion.

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LOL  I would like to try an olive burger.  Olives and swiss cheese on top of a burger?

they are good!!!   
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Saw them on a menu at a cafe I was at but after I had already ordered something else. May have to have one with my olive salad.   :hubba:

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Costco has a 33oz jar of olive salad for around $9 good stuff. It’s amazing how many different thing you can put it on, GLENN.
It also good mixed with cream cheese.