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Author Topic: What's on the stove, oven, or crockpot today?  (Read 1184855 times)

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Since it is a cool rainy day I am going to throw a corned beef in the crockpot.  Will add cabbage and carrots later.  Ruebens tomorrow.

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well with rain and such yesterday I decided to make a hotdish using chicken..  recipe called for cream cheese, cottage cheese, sour cream,  canned soup and seasonings...   well I added mushrooms and a veggie blend of green and yellow beans and carrots..   turned very tasty!!! 
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been busy yesterday.......but we had skin on sunfish and ramen  :sleazy: nooodles!!!!!!! :happy1:

leftovers for lunch!!!!!!!!! :happy1:
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Perch and eggs for brunch.  Was about a 12" perch. 


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Today I am going to cook up some country style ribs and kraut.  Thinking of in the crockpot. 

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I just got a qt of home made kraut!!  been thinking pork too!!!   
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Not sure if I will brown it first or just throw it in the crockpot.  Add onions right away and add the kraut later I'm thinking.

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

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Made a BIG pot of my world famous sketti.  :happy1: had a meal, enough for a lunch and the rest is Sunday night at deer camp!
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Schwegert keilbasa, my homemade sauerkraut, peas smashed taters.  That keilbasa was really good.

God's necter, katchup, never made the picture, but guess what!! Never used it  :sleazy:
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That looks great!  Making my mouth water thinking of kraut.  Love it. Keilbasa too.

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How about some great meatloaf loaded with onions etc. etc.   With mashed spuds and gravy and green beans.   


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made an egg bake this morning, used diced taters rather than hash browns..  mixed 6 eggs with chopped bacon, onions, some chopped up broccoli and cauliflower and gouda cheese..  baked in a 8 X 8 Pyrex pan...   dang tasty!!!   and some left overs too!!
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 :sleazy: Mike got his thanksgiving bird already!!😂😂
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I'm ok with chicken too!!!   
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so......has anyone tried this little package of Jimmy Dean sausage??????? did ya like it???? looking for some ideas for meals.

i've never had it so looking to expand my horizon..........
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There are different flavors.  Hot, original, etc.  I have used it for fatties stuffed with onions cheese etc and then covered with bacon and in the smoker.  Pretty good. 

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There are different flavors.  Hot, original, etc.  I have used it for fatties stuffed with onions cheese etc and then covered with bacon and in the smoker.  Pretty good.
think i'll get me a package or 2 and try it!!!!!!!! :happy1: :happy1: its gotta be pretty aweful...think johnsonville, or cottage cheese :rolleyes: before i wont eat it.
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Glenn, do you have a meat grinder? Make it yourself, better tasting and much less expensive. One pork shoulder, salt, pepper, sage.

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Why, yes I do. This bad boy chews up horseradish roots like nobody's business. :happy1:
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Holy hookshot, Batman! That's a Binford model... :shocked:
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Holy hookshot, Batman! That's a Binford model... :shocked:
:rotflmao: :rotflmao: i bought it from a friemd when we where at the campground. he got it at a garage sale.

he let me use it to make horseradish one year. i told him that if he ever wanted to sell it i wanted first dibs. couple years later i bought it for $100.00. went to make horseradish and the gear box was abought shot, apparently he let others use it to make a big batch of sausage, of which i was never asked to!!!! :confused: i had to end up usung my kitchen aid to finish, good thing it was a small batch!!!!!

i found a place to fix it up in st cloud......$300.00 later....thats the new version...........i'll never sell it!!!!!!!!! that gear box is the new part !!!!!! :happy1:

not even a close match on the market!!!!!!! :happy1:
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SO when you make your Dump and Bake Casserole do you put it in a 9x13 pan or just a regular pot?

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Jimmy Dean is basically a fatty breakfast sausage. As Cooperman says......make your own. Here is a Jimmy Dean clone.

 1 lb. (400g) ground pork

1 tsp. salt

tsp. rubbed dried sage

tsp. ground black pepper

tsp. crushed red pepper

tsp. ground coriander
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SO when you make your Dump and Bake Casserole do you put it in a 9x13 pan or just a regular pot?
:scratch: of your asking me she puts it in a 9 X 13 pan.
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So I opted out of the jimmy dean sausage. Got the teals made pork sausage. 2 bucks cheaper probably better and way more meat. :happy1:
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so after my blood work I stopped at Cub's to get a couple things...  one being some Margaritaville shrimp...  scampi was one jerk was the other...  normally I would not buy them at $10.99 for 8oz...   but it was BOGO..   had the scampi for lunch, not bad but was surprised at how it cooked away...   now I have tried it...  one more and done I think..  buy raw and make my own....   
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tried cooking a different way, had a small chunk of corned beef I wanted to eat...   soo along with onions and sauerkraut I stuck it in the crock pot late last night into today..   turned out great!!! 
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