What's For Dinner?

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Redmink's picture
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Well, it's a good day for a porkchop. There's that acorn squash, seasoned up with bacon and brown sugar.

Let's try the Almanac recipe for Asparagus Salad with Peas and Almonds ... doesn't sound like it'll take half the day!

:bigsmile:

blacksheep's picture
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Pickled crow's feet

with possum innards and fat-back gravy. lol
Really, I dunno. The wife hasn't made up her blasted mind yet.

Redmink's picture
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Eeeyyuwww!

But I hear ya Blacksheep.

Before I was a single-again, I used to keep vege's and dip handy to stave off his hunger, while I made up my mind!!

:tired:

Dijean's picture
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kind of Italian

pizza (pepperoni, of course) pasta salad, tomato mozz w/ basil salad, and buffalo wings...and diet soda ha ha

Elsie in Ohio's picture
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how about

breakfast for dinner>>
We eat it all the time.
French toast with fried apples.
Or omelets or biscuits and gravy.

Thanks,
Elsie ./.

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Breakfast!

Yep, that's what we had tonight. Bacon, sausage, eggs and toast.

We're having pot roast for breakfast. Juss kiddin' :bigsmile:

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