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Since it has been damp, chilly and virtually cloudy, I made a hot supper.

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Yep, fried chicken, gravy, seasoned green beans, whipped mashed potatoes and hot buttermilk biscuits. YUM too.
Put some honey butter on my biscuit. Now this warms the soul.
Betty

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Sounds Great

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Betty, good idea, sounds delish!

I got goin' with pork chops, perogies and fresh corn ... I need to put some weight back on.

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Tis the time for comfort food

Tis the time for comfort food to begin !! We had a special treat of marinated sea scallops yesterday with turnips, carrots, and garlic bread. Yum - Yum !!!

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And Time for the Crockpot

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Maryescott, yum, scallops marinated in what? Lately I've been craving Carribean Jerk and Sesame Ginger.

As much as I love summertime quick-fix meals, I love the idea of starting a crockpot supper in the morning ... in spite of what a day may bring, I can be at least sure of supper (and more than one, I might add).

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Redmink - I marinated them in

Redmink - I marinated them in good season salad dressing, butter, and old bay seasoning. I also use my crockpot quite often even during the summer, I am a big fan of crockpot cooking.

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I have 2 crock pots, ladies and gentlemen

A large one for making stews, cooking a whole small ham, and goodies, then a small one for just a meal for the two of us.

To me have a crock pot/slow cooker is like having a silent maid in the kitchen. And the good smells that greet you at the front door coming home........mmmmmmmmmmmmm.
Betty

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Ok...Joyce D. and Mary S.

It was windy beyond belief this early am hour, happy gals?

I am flipping mattress in morning, and putting the electric blanket on bed.....I think we are to see a low of 39 coming this week...............and the news said northeastern states could really see a bad winter, not like we've seen in 10 years, because of the presence of EL NINO....this year...

I may just hibernate all winter long and read novels, write letters, phooey on heading out anywhere........ha stay warm all.

Betty

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Thanks Betty

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Thanks for the scallops marinade -- good seasons works wonders.

I hibernate with NO excuse!! :) :)

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