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Author Topic: What's on the stove, oven, or crockpot today?  (Read 658650 times)

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Offline Gunner55

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oh Glenn forgot to tell ya, the pickled green maters are good!! Linda didn't want anything to do with them!!   I convinced her to try them and now she wants some too!!  so I shared them with her!!  she enjoyed the green beans too!!  going to get her to try the nords before they are gone!!  thanks again!!!   :happy1: :happy1:
:happy1: :happy1: glad you guys like them.........yea the green pickled maters are one of them you like or dont! i will be doing them again!!!!!! once i open a jar of them there gone in 2 days....3 if i practice self control!!! :rotflmao: :rotflmao:

and when ya run out i got more!!!!!!!!! :nerd: :nerd:
:scratch: self control? :doah:                                        :super smiley: :super smiley: :laughroll: :laughroll:
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 :tut: :tut: I can quit after 12 beers. :mooning:

Nuttin fancy tonight just some local meat counter sausage and homemade sauerkraut.
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Mmmmm!! Me like kraut with 'bout anything, probably not with a 12 pack though or there may be a gas problem. ;) :laugh: :laugh:
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:tut: :tut: I can quit after 12 beers. :mooning:

Nuttin fancy tonight just some local meat counter sausage and homemade sauerkraut.
I'll trade ya, momma made shepherds pie and I told her she don't need to make that again.. nicely tho.lol

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

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

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making an unstuffed pepper hot dish today, one each red, yellow and orange pepper cut into 1/2 inch by 1 inch pieces instead of stuffing them...  sure is looking and smelling good!!!  adding some cheese too and for Glenn some mushrooms!!!  and then for a salad a small batch of crab salad and some cheese in it too...   
« Last Edit: January 01/29/21, 11:39:04 AM by mike89 »
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Sounds good Mike.  We are just finishing up a batch of Pork Chops Obrien.   Mix a 24 oz bag of Obrien frozen spuds, 16 ozs of sour cream, an 8 oz pkg of shredded cheese, salt, pepper, a pkg of onion soup mix in a bowl.  My new way of browning chops is in a foil lined flat pan under the broiler for a few minutes.  Much easier than in pans.  SO brown 6 bone in pork chops.  Put the mixture in a 9 x 13 pan and put the chops on top of that.  Cook at 350 loosely tented with foil for about 45 minutes.  Then top with more shredded cheese and bake for 15 more minutes uncovered.  You will love it!
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that sounds great to Barry!!  never used the broiler so I'm going to have to look into that idea!!  and O'Brian hash browns are good!! 

so how long did you brown them per side??? 
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breakfast pizza this morning!!  darn good!!   :happy1:
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You put the whole mix in the 9 x 13 pan with chops on top and bake it for an hour.  Put more cheese on top near the end of baking.

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Jeez you guys eat good!  :happy1: I'm frying up a half lb. of Morgans thick cut bacon, some eggs and making toast. Think I burned up my oatmeal from breakfast.  :cool:
« Last Edit: January 01/30/21, 01:55:56 PM by Dotch »
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thats a darn good meal too!!!   :happy1:
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well I have my split pea soup simmering away..  added ham, taters and carrots..  thought about onions and passed on them..  smells good!!   :happy1:
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Mmmm...can almost taste it.  :happy1: Consumed with numerous Schmidt big mouths, you could become a lethal weapon!  :shocked:
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Fried up some crappies and PB&J sammiches for supper tonight. :happy1:
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I can't even remember the last time I made tuna casserole.  Gonna do it for supper.

1 pkg of egg noodles  cooked and drained
4 cans tuna
1 can cream of mushroom soup
1 can cream of chicken or celery soup
1 pkg of frozen peas
1 cup milk
1 pkg of French Fried Onions

Combine tuna, soups, milk, peas, and noodles in a 9 x 13 pan.  Cook for 30 minutes.  Add the French Fried Onions on top and cook for another 15 minutes or so.  Should be golden brown.

If you would rather you could just add onions or mix in a Lipton onion soup mix instead of the ones on top.
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that I think would be good also with gr beef, chicken or ham even!! 
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Agreed Mike.  I would have liked to smother it with mozzarella but the wife didn't let me.   :confused: It was pretty darn good though.  Plenty of left overs.

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That would last us for a week.     That's the problem with hot dish for us.   

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That would last us for a week.     That's the problem with hot dish for us.   
eat what you can Del, then freeze it for a later date. we do it all the time.

making my world famous sketti today  :happy1: double batch, have a couple meals freeze the rest for another day!!  :happy1:
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That would last us for a week.     That's the problem with hot dish for us.   
eat what you can Del, then freeze it for a later date. we do it all the time.

making my world famous sketti today  :happy1: double batch, have a couple meals freeze the rest for another day!!  :happy1:

oh ya must have found your secret ingredients spices???  still haven't seen any up here... 
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That would last us for a week.     That's the problem with hot dish for us.   
eat what you can Del, then freeze it for a later date. we do it all the time.

making my world famous sketti today  :happy1: double batch, have a couple meals freeze the rest for another day!!  :happy1:

oh ya must have found your secret ingredients spices???  still haven't seen any up here...
well kinda,  :rotflmao: :rotflmao: we have looked  at 6 differnet stores, sometimes more then once and they dont have the mcCormicks sketti seasoning on the shelf.

BUT, when we first starting making it Kraft had a box dinner we used. i switched to the McCormicks because we couldnnt find the Kraft box version. we doctored that up to make it world famous!!!! :rotflmao: NOW all of a sudden the kraft dinner is on the shelf! :confused: :scratch: :scratch:
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a bad day of fishing is still better than a good day at work!!

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yup got it that time Gunner, guess I never seen that before...  I'll have to look and see if they carry that up here...   then I can sell to Glenn for triple!!!   
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yup got it that time Gunner, guess I never seen that before...  I'll have to look and see if they carry that up here...   then I can sell to Glenn for triple!!!
:mooning: :mooning: :mooning: :tut: :tut: :tut: :tut: :rotflmao:
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