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Old 04-22-2020, 10:10 PM   #181
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Thanks . . . and when it comes to recipes, I far prefer words and the accompanying numbers needed to any picture one may or may not provide. After all, meatloaf is just another meatloaf without them! 😆
Hi: brightday... My recipes are all "More or less". Just as some ovens cook hotter than others, you need to "Read between the lines". More of one, or less of another. It's personal!!! Alf
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Old 04-23-2020, 02:47 PM   #182
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Hi: brightday... My recipes are all "More or less". Just as some ovens cook hotter than others, you need to "Read between the lines". More of one, or less of another. It's personal!!! Alf
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Alf, no problem at all with that! You provided enough quantities for me to easily extrapolate with regard to the rest. My comment was intended to point out that a photo alone would have given me nothing from which to begin. That said, I'm a rather seasoned cook, and what I don't already know about that fine art is fairly easily discovered via Google these days. I'm always looking for new ideas -particularly during this period of isolation - and am looking forward to hitting the road with some of them. Bon appetit!
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Old 04-23-2020, 03:24 PM   #183
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I have consumed numerous meals in the dark, while drunk, with dirty fish stinking’ hands and they tasted good to me. A Year ago, I went to the surplus grocery store with all the off brand stuff. I was looking for Jalapeño SPAM. I asked the girl. She was a little snooty. She said “you will have to go to Walmart to get it. Those people eat that stuff.” I just walked away and muttered a two word epithet.
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Thick slices of your favorite SPAM... straight off the BBQ. YUMMY!!! Alf
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Old 05-07-2020, 06:32 PM   #184
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Tonites dinner, buttermilk biscuits covered with rotisserie chicken and noodles and peas in a chicken gravy. I made a trip to the store and got a couple of items.
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Old 05-07-2020, 06:55 PM   #185
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I've been making pizza on a pizza stone in the oven but just got a Lodge Cook-it-all and tomorrow or Saturday I try pizza with that! Still have enough yeast for pizza dough though I'd better find more soon. I also discovered that if I refrigerate the dough after rising it becomes refrigerator pizza dough as long as I use it pretty soon. Plus the dough works for morning cinnamon rolls. We may not be camping but I'm going to work on my technique anyway.

I also finally made a decent (almost) pie crust and need to try that again to make a really good rhubarb pie.

Also found a great new way to cook my asparagus- roasted with olive oil and parmesan cheese.

The garden is planted with tomatoes, potatoes, peppers, and carrots (more of those to come) but not much in the way of salad greens as a friend of mine always has way more than he can use. Raspberries and strawberries are coming along, too, and should be here in June and July.
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I'm sorry, but I carried an "emergency" can of Spam for 2 years, then finally decided it was time to eat it, emergency or not. Now I know why it is emergency food. I'll stick with Bubba Burgers!
I’ve been waiting to use this.
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Also found a great new way to cook my asparagus- roasted with olive oil and Parmesan cheese.

The garden is planted with tomatoes, potatoes, peppers, and carrots (more of those to come) but not much in the way of salad greens as a friend of mine always has way more than he can use. Raspberries and strawberries are coming along, too, and should be here in June and July.

Had our 1st picking of asparagus yesterday, cooked it the same way.


The only things in the garden, other then the asparagus, are snap peas that are only about 2"s tall, and a couple hears. Too early for toms and such, expecting snow Saturday.
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Old 05-07-2020, 09:48 PM   #189
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Old 05-08-2020, 06:31 AM   #190
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Tonites dinner, buttermilk biscuits covered with rotisserie chicken and noodles and peas in a chicken gravy. I made a trip to the store and got a couple of items.
Jim, all your images of food you prepared look very nice. I get hungry looking at them. It looks like you really enjoy cooking.

The only problem I see is; I will NEVER let a green pea cross my lips.

Read my lips, no green peas. Do you guys eat peas?
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Old 05-08-2020, 07:17 AM   #191
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This mornings breakfast, to paraphrase Robin Williams, I love the smell of pork roll cooking in the morning........no peas today!
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Jim, all your images of food you prepared look very nice. I get hungry looking at them. It looks like you really enjoy cooking.

The only problem I see is; I will NEVER let a green pea cross my lips.

Read my lips, no green peas. Do you guys eat peas?
Hi: UncleTim... I love peas with honey. The honey makes them stick to my knife!!! Alf
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Peas with honey? Whatever did the honey do to you, to deserve such company?


I'm going to make the same thing Jim did.We are a few hours behind so great idea! Thanks. The blueberries look awesome. Is that yogurt in there too?
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Cottage cheese, I alternate with yogurt/blue berries...
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Peas with honey? Whatever did the honey do to you, to deserve such company?


I'm going to make the same thing Jim did.We are a few hours behind so great idea! Thanks. The blueberries look awesome. Is that yogurt in there too?
Hi: UncleTim... How do you keep the yogurt on your fork? Alf
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Stab the blueberries with the fork, smear it all up and gobble it down.
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Stab the blueberries with the fork, smear it all up and gobble it down.
Hi: UncleTim... It's a good thing we're all different Eh? You won't eat fresh green peas... but you will eat sour milk!!!
My mom used to put raisins in the oatmeal to disguise the lumps... but it didn't work. I knew they were there. Alf
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I'd be okay with peas if they were a different shape, I do like pea soup. Don't care for couscous for the same reason, little buggers always end up all over the place.
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I never claimed it makes any sense. I just can't eat em!


Sour milk? Good grief! What have I done?
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I never claimed it makes any sense. I just can't eat em!


Sour milk? Good grief! What have I done?
Hi: UncleTim... If its any concilation... my son won't either. I maintain he was made to drink Soy formula as a baby due to Lactose intolerance. The smell of soy turns my innards too. Alf
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