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Author Topic: What's on the stove, oven, or crockpot today?  (Read 626603 times)

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Offline Reinhard

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Or just what's cookin in the kitchen? Sure plenty of grilling time left for sure but I find myself doing meals now in the kitchen as well.  Must be thinking fall coming.  Get's that way once the Viking's start playing.  But I thought I would start a thread just in case some of you are messing around the kitchen as well.  I made up some shrimp fried rice last night.  Turned out real good.  Trick to good fried rice is to make the rice ahead and let it sit in the fridge for a couple of days. it had eggs, sesame oil, sake, salt , white pepper, black pepper soy sauce, green onions, and some chopped lettuce.  good luck.



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 Its been so hot and humid down this way,I havent used the smoker or weber for 6 weeks or so.I use the gas grill on the screen porch weekly but we have been cooking inside lots!! NO oven with the air on so its all simple meals.Tonight its BLT's Saturday is a rib fest here smoked and BBQed with friends!! The high is to be 65 degrees!! Hope it stays cooler!!
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Its been so hot and humid down this way,I havent used the smoker or weber for 6 weeks or so.I use the gas grill on the screen porch weekly but we have been cooking inside lots!! NO oven with the air on so its all simple meals.Tonight its BLT's Saturday is a rib fest here smoked and BBQed with friends!! The high is to be 65 degrees!! Hope it stays cooler!!
:scratch:my invite musta got lost in the mail???? :doah: :scratch: :rotflmao: :rotflmao: :rotflmao:
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Its been so hot and humid down this way,I havent used the smoker or weber for 6 weeks or so.I use the gas grill on the screen porch weekly but we have been cooking inside lots!! NO oven with the air on so its all simple meals.Tonight its BLT's Saturday is a rib fest here smoked and BBQed with friends!! The high is to be 65 degrees!! Hope it stays cooler!!
:scratch:my invite musta got lost in the mail???? :doah: :scratch: :rotflmao: :rotflmao: :rotflmao:
but I bet a restraining order  didn't! hahahahahahhaha
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Looks good reiny, Thanks for starting this post, glen and I will behave. I got some cooking in the next few days to post. Plus I have a surprise sausage adventure im working on this weekend.
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Looks good reiny, Thanks for starting this post, glen and I will behave. I got some cooking in the next few days to post. Plus I have a surprise sausage adventure im working on this weekend.
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No rules as far as I'm concerned on this thread.  I love you guy's on here.  Making a pot roast right now in the crock pot. Got some at Cubs at 2.99 lb.  Boar, I wanted to make some cheddar cheese chili dogs this week but I have to wait till next week.  25 pounds and some will go to deer camp and making some polish also.  good luck.

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sounds good reiny, glenn please stay on topic this is an informative, educational, and mature thread i would think that someone of your age would hold himself  in a more adult mannor. hey i know.. youncould try cooking somethimg...... wait not a good idea....... :rotflmao: :rotflmao: :rotflmao:  :rotflmao: :rotflmao: training-087
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Its been so hot and humid down this way,I havent used the smoker or weber for 6 weeks or so.I use the gas grill on the screen porch weekly but we have been cooking inside lots!! NO oven with the air on so its all simple meals.Tonight its BLT's Saturday is a rib fest here smoked and BBQed with friends!! The high is to be 65 degrees!! Hope it stays cooler!!
:scratch:my invite musta got lost in the mail???? :doah: :scratch: :rotflmao: :rotflmao: :rotflmao:
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nacho cheese chicken,  took naco doritos, crushed them up, cut chicken breast into strips, 1 cup.mayo, quarter cup milk, .dip, roll, bake, 350 till done. really good.


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I'm going to do the same thing tonight Boar but with Cheeze it's crackers crushed.  Cut the breast into chunks, mix some buttermilk and a pack of dry ranch dressing together and throw the chicken chunks in there.  Put in the fridge for a few hours and you can fry or bake them.  Lookin good!!!good luck.

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Pot roast in a slow cooker.  I like to roast them in the oven but this is just as good.  Was gone most of the day so the crock pot is great for when your not around.  We had it with sweet potato's [mashed] and corn on the side.  I really miss this favorite comfort food.  When I was a kid my mom would make a pot roast and we had mashed potato's and German Kraut on the side.  That I will be doing soon.  Will bring back many memories.  good luck.



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Pot roast is one  of my favorites RH.  I got two small pork roasts on sale the other day.  That may be what I do with them. 

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 Got some chantrells from dakids yesterday! Looked in the fridge to see what we had to use some,Left over chicken,White Rice, eggs scrambled mexican style.So I made fried rice SE Asia style with lots a rooms/
 Tasty and we et er all!!! Thanks dakids I salvaged 3/4 the bag. I believe shipping in a plastic bag may have been a bad environment for mold to grow/ At home we learned no plasitc to store anything at room temp,paper bag breaths. They were delish anyway!!!!!
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I made some chicken breasts that I cut into strips.  Got me some buttermilk and added some dry Ranch dressing mix to it and mixed it up well.  Put the strips in there and put them in the fridge for 3 hours or so.  Then I got some Shake and Bake seasoned Panko breading.   So I put the breast pieces in the breading and then into some hot oil.  Fried them up golden brown and had a salad on the side.  Buttermilk is a great marinade for getting chicken breast tender and moist. good luck



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That looks awesome rh!!, I'll be trying that for sure. With the rain and cool weather it's hotdish time. Mrs bobber whipped up some bacon cheeseburger tater tot hotdish dish. Bring on fall!!

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Both of those look great! I just had an Iowa chop and assorted fresh veggies. ;)

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Reinhard......did you leave a healthy coating of buttermilk on the strips before putting into the dry mix?
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Ya Ken, I just took the strips out of the mix and put them right into the panko seasoned mix.  good luck.

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Goulash last night in the crock pot.  Had to make it on the mild side since my 90 year old mother-in-law can't take the heat like she used to.  Still good but I did add some hot pepper to mine.  Enough for two days.  Didn't measure, but it had a 2 pound chuck roast in  there that I chopped up and browned, onions, water, tomato sauce, diced tomatoes, soy sauce, Italian seasoning, bay leaves, salt, pepper, and garlic.  Cooked some elbow noodles to go along with it at the end.  good luck.



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Looks great RH!

I had some leftover grilled chicken breast,  so I  chopped it up. Boiled some noodles,  added some cream of chicken soup. Added garlic and some mixed vegetables......easy peasy dinner...

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Ya HD, that's called comfort food!!!!  good luck.

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Interesting Reinhard. Your version of goulash is the way I was brought up eating it. Basically a hotdish. I was in Europe last month and had real Hungarian goulash in Hungary. It is not a hotdish. No noodles or tomatoes. Basically a beef roast with Hungarian seasoning.
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I have chicken soaking in the buttermilk dressing mix combo right now.  Did it last night.  Will bake them tonight and enjoy while watching the Vikes.  Thanks RH.

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I have chicken soaking in the buttermilk dressing mix combo right now.  Did it last night.  Will bake them tonight and enjoy while watching the Vikes.  Thanks RH.
what time is chow LPS??! I could make it by 9 pm!! :happy1: :rotflmao:

Reb must still be in bed, I don't see no slobber in any posts yet.
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I have chicken soaking in the buttermilk dressing mix combo right now.  Did it last night.  Will bake them tonight and enjoy while watching the Vikes.  Thanks RH.
what time is chow LPS??! I could make it by 9 pm!! :happy1: :rotflmao:

Reb must still be in bed, I don't see no slobber in any posts yet.

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The chicken turned out great.  What a good idea.  I made way too much so there will be chicken strips leftovers for a while which is ok to me.  I like leftovers.

 

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