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Author Topic: What's on the stove, oven, or crockpot today?  (Read 1503669 times)

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Offline LPS

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With the quarter of beef we bought we got some minute steaks.  Round steaks that are tenderized.  Wasn't sure what to do with them so found a fun recipe.  Lightly brown them then put in 9x13 pan and cover with onions, mushrooms and a jar of gravy and some water and bake at 325 for an hour and a half.  Had a baked spud with it.  Turned out real good and will do it again. 


Offline glenn57

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we used to get them too.....now we just have it ground into burger!!!!!!

that does look pretty good though!!!!!! :happy1:
2015 deer slayer!!!!!!!!!!

Offline mike89

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tried swiss cheese in an omelet this morning, not bad at all!!   
a bad day of fishing is still better than a good day at work!!

Offline mike89

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chuck roast is in the crack pot!!!    :rotflmao: :rotflmao: :happy1: :happy1:
a bad day of fishing is still better than a good day at work!!

Offline KEN W

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Pheasant and noodle soup :happy1:
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Offline mike89

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WOW!!  that is thick stuff!!  I like it!!! 
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Offline KEN W

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Oops.....misprint. Had the soup for lunch. This is Pheasant Alfredo over noodles for supper.
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Offline mike89

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a bad day of fishing is still better than a good day at work!!

Offline KEN W

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My side of the family celebrated Christmas Yesterday. Chinese food. I and daughter stood back and gave directions and grandkids did all the cooking from scratch except the eggrolls and Rangoon. 16 people. :happy1: :happy1:

8 Grandkids lined up to fill plates.

Generals Chicken
Pineapple Chicken
Mongolian Jalapeno Beef
Fried Rice
LoMein
Stir Fry Vegetables
Egg Rolls
Crab Rangoon
Deserts......Pecan Pie, Egg Nog Cake, Egg Nog Pie. Lots of cookies and other holiday treats.
« Last Edit: December 12/18/23, 08:28:55 PM by KEN W »
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Offline Jerkbiat

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Hey look your bobber is up!

Offline mike89

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a bad day of fishing is still better than a good day at work!!

Offline LPS

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Very nice Ken, wish I was there.  Have always been curious about egg nog pie.  It sounds great!

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Offline glenn57

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Momma was a busy little baker the last  4 days!! :hubba:
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nice!!!  eat one for all of us!!!!    :happy1: :happy1:
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nice!!!  eat one for all of us!!!!    :happy1: :happy1:
oh i've had more then one for all of ya!!!!!!!! :happy1: :sleazy: :rotflmao:
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Offline LPS

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So I opened a can of SPAM the other day.  I have been working on it.  A SPAM sandwich with ketchup and mayo.  A few pieces just cut off as a snack.  Just had a couple of pieces fried with eggs and toast this morning.  Still some left.  I will succeed to eat it all.  I can do it. 

Offline mike89

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So I opened a can of SPAM the other day.  I have been working on it.  A SPAM sandwich with ketchup and mayo.  A few pieces just cut off as a snack.  Just had a couple of pieces fried with eggs and toast this morning.  Still some left.  I will succeed to eat it all.  I can do it.

did you ever try grilling it yet???   darn good!!   for spam anyway!!! 
a bad day of fishing is still better than a good day at work!!

Offline markn

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Try running a can of Spam, onion and pickles through the grinder. Mix with mayo and you have a great sandwich spread. Onion and pickles to your taste. Did it for one of the grandsons, he ate the whole works in one sitting. Think he was about nine or ten at the time. :happy1: :happy1:
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Offline Gunner55

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Mom used take most of a can of Spam & chop it up, mix it with some chopped Valveeta cheese, & add a little Cream of Mushroom soup too. Then spread that on 1/2 a hamburger bun & put it the oven on broil.  We still make that once in a while & there's a mac salad we have that gets some Spam as well. I would guess we probably go through 3-4 cans a year.
« Last Edit: December 12/20/23, 07:36:39 AM by Gunner55 »
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Try running a can of Spam, onion and pickles through the grinder. Mix with mayo and you have a great sandwich spread. Onion and pickles to your taste. Did it for one of the grandsons, he ate the whole works in one sitting. Think he was about nine or ten at the time. :happy1: :happy1:
i tried something similar, wasnt bad.

another version, grind it up, add onions, whatever you like mix it up, spread it on a 1/2 burger bun, top with cheese and put it under the broiler in the oven till brown......that was good!!!
2015 deer slayer!!!!!!!!!!

Offline LPS

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Great ideas.  I will do them the next time I get a can.  They all sound good too.

Offline LPS

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My Mom used to grind up cheap hot dogs and add the onion pickles cheese and then baked it on a bun. 

Offline Steve-o

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I'm glad you said she baked it, LPS, because right up until that point, I was goona give ya the  :puke:

Offline LPS

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I suppose times were tough with 4 kids eating them out of house and home. 

Offline Steve-o

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My mother-in-law raised 4 girls and 2 hungry boys on a farm.  If she bought a box of "expensive" name-brand cereal, the boys would finish it off in one sitting.

Her solution...  Buy a bag of generic puffed rice, and that stuff would sit up in the cupboard for months.  :scratch:  At least there was always food in the house that way.   :bonk:

Offline LPS

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Funny you should mention breakfast food Steve.  I was thinking that as I was writing the hot dog thing.  My brothers and I could eat breakfast food like it was air.  And yes the name brands of it we could kill in a sitting.  And yes we did end up with the bags of stuff so it would last longer.   :rotflmao: :rotflmao:

Offline glenn57

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Boneless nords and PB&J.
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Offline mike89

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nice!! 

my corned beef came out great too!!!   good eats today!!!   :happy1:
a bad day of fishing is still better than a good day at work!!

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Shadow is looking for a handout.  LOL