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Author Topic: What's on the stove, oven, or crockpot today?  (Read 939563 times)

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Offline mike89

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well I got the tater salad made and blending in the fridge..  one more toss in about an hour to make sure it's all evenly blended!!  Hey Copperman, what temp do you cook your bacon on the counter top griddle???  thinking about using the electric fry pan next...   ya me thinking about the grease splatter in the stove!!    :rotflmao: :rotflmao:
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When it's nice out I like to cook the bacon in a cast iron pan on the side burner on the gas grill.  Tastes great and the house isn't greasy for 2 days. 

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When it's nice out I like to cook the bacon in a cast iron pan on the side burner on the gas grill.  Tastes great and the house isn't greasy for 2 days.

thats why I like cooking it on the grill..   and that's where I'll most likely go back too... 
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well I got the tater salad made and blending in the fridge..  one more toss in about an hour to make sure it's all evenly blended!!  Hey Copperman, what temp do you cook your bacon on the counter top griddle???  thinking about using the electric fry pan next...   ya me thinking about the grease splatter in the stove!!    :rotflmao: :rotflmao:
Mike, I usually cook the bacon low around 250-300  to keep the splatter down. flipping it 3 or 4 times until itís pretty crisp. I know some people donít like their bacon crisp. Like others said Iíll cook my bacon outside when weather permits. I use my Brookstone grill for that.



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brookstone or blackstone???   couldn't find a brookstone griddle...
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brookstone or blackstone???   couldn't find a brookstone griddle...
Sorry, itís a Blackstone.

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Home made baked beans in the crockpot from dried Navy Beans. Beats store bought beans in a can every time. :drinking: :drinking: :drinking:
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 :happy1: those look good Ken.......same after effects????? :rotflmao: :rotflmao: :evil:
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Eggs jelly toast and the best dang venny jalopeneo cheedar brauts ever!!
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Lori is one heck of a cook!!!!!!!! :happy1: :happy1:

looks good. what is the fascination with cheese mixed in with the meat??????? dont get me wrong, i like cheese and i dont mind it mixed in but i prefer it without!!!!!!

maybe its just me but the high temp cheese just aint the same!!!!!!!! kinda like putting nutz in baked goods  :pouty:
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I hear ya, not for every one, but it really compliment the peppers
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what kind of cheese boar???? HD gave me some venision goodies when i went out to chase tree rats. his had pepper jack cheese!!!!! that was tasty!!!!!!!
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:happy1: those look good Ken.......same after effects????? :rotflmao: :rotflmao: :evil:

Yeah....your stomach doesn't digest them right away. So they start to ferment. The fermentation process is a chemical process that give off Carbon Dioxide just like brewing beer does. Lots of gas produced.
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Cheedar, like yur head, cheedar head.
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I was hungry so forgot a picture, but had homemade turkey soup and more bologna!!! :sleazy: :nerd: :happy1:
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Thirteen pints of (as Glenn would say) my world famous cilantro roasted poblano salsa.

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Thirteen pints of (as Glenn would say) my world famous cilantro roasted poblano salsa.
:rotflmao: :rotflmao: :happy1:looksto me like a couple of them rims are starting to show a bit of rust!!!!!!! :evil: :evil: :mooning: :rotflmao: :rotflmao:
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So what kind of bologna do you eat Glenn.  The sliced stuff for sandwichs?

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So what kind of bologna do you eat Glenn.  The sliced stuff for sandwichs?
nope, its ring bologna!!last nites  bologna was from breaglemans in richmond.......just for a change. not near as good as the bologna from plantenbergs also in richmond but breagelmans is pretty good.

i actually dont remember the last time we had the sliced stuff in the house. my got to sandwich meat lately has been the ham...not the honey ham either  :doah: :tut: been having a hankerin for turkey ham lately too!!!!!!!
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Thirteen pints of (as Glenn would say) my world famous cilantro roasted poblano salsa.
:rotflmao: :rotflmao: :happy1:looksto me like a couple of them rims are starting to show a bit of rust!!!!!!! :evil: :evil: :mooning: :rotflmao: :rotflmao:

pot calling the kettle black!!!    :rotflmao: :rotflmao: :happy1:
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Thirteen pints of (as Glenn would say) my world famous cilantro roasted poblano salsa.
:rotflmao: :rotflmao: :happy1:looksto me like a couple of them rims are starting to show a bit of rust!!!!!!! :evil: :evil: :mooning: :rotflmao: :rotflmao:
No Glenn, it wipes right off. Itís from the high iron content in my well water.

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Thirteen pints of (as Glenn would say) my world famous cilantro roasted poblano salsa.
:rotflmao: :rotflmao: :happy1:looksto me like a couple of them rims are starting to show a bit of rust!!!!!!! :evil: :evil: :mooning: :rotflmao: :rotflmao:
No Glenn, it wipes right off. Itís from the high iron content in my well water.
:nerd: :nerd: :nerd:
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So what kind of bologna do you eat Glenn.  The sliced stuff for sandwichs?
:scratch: :doah: The TOO MUCH kind!! :nerd:          :rotflmao: :rotflmao:
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So what kind of bologna do you eat Glenn.  The sliced stuff for sandwichs?
:scratch: :doah: The TOO MUCH kind!! :nerd:          :rotflmao: :rotflmao:
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Hmmm,here I thought I was the only one that still makes bologna sammies,I usually grocery shop on sundays,last weekend whilst purchasing sandwich meat (sliced) I grabbed a package of bologna,not wearing my cheaters I didn't notice this package of bologna had chopped jalapeno in the slices...nice change,in my homemade "chuck wagons"

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We like those here too, snow! Usually we have 3 or 4 different kinds of Fareway's sliced sandwich meat in fridge to throw 1 together with. I usually like some sliced bologna on mine.
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I get a pkg of it now and then too.  I also get a pkg of the ham and cheese sandwich meat too.  It is cheap and isn't too bad.  I have me a can of SPAM that has been on my mind lately.  I'm gonna crack that soon.   :sleazy:  Tater tot hot dish has been on my mind too. 

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We like those here too, snow! Usually we have 3 or 4 different kinds of Fareway's sliced sandwich meat in fridge to throw 1 together with. I usually like some sliced bologna on mine.

Yeah gunner,in my younger days running/gunning on the road,always short on cash,gas stop usually resulted in a quick cheap "chuck wagon" in the gas station micro for .50 or one of those berry filled pies for .25 to fuel up.

Still today my chuck wagons are bologna,cotto salami,cheese slice,a couple hot pickle slices and horsey sauce,short on yellow mustard at my house these days.

 

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