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Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by Hannie Caulder, Mar 30, 2018.
mmmmmmmmm.... i want one, or 4 or 5
Oh lord, that looks soooooooooo delicious
Finished off the noodles and burger tonight... took Hannie`s suggestion about the hot sauce...
....oh mannnnn, delicious... thank you Hannie
So that was your appetizer, right? LOL
The garlic tabasco sauce is the best.
I did that twice. Then went back and made some more mashed potatoes to eat
A couple of Chicago Italian style roast beef sandwiches au jus with chips on the side. They are supposed to be on a hard crust bread like French bread; but all I had to work with was hot dog buns....still tasty.
Leftover frozen Belgium waffles and 4 strips of bacon. The recipe that I use makes roughly 3 waffles, 1 and a half waffle per serving.
Grilled 2" thick NY strip steaks and pasta salad.....perfection on a spring evening!!!!
Sirloin steak with a mushroom and hollandaise sauce. roasted asparagus and roasted parmesan panko potatoes
Wonderful. More au jus.
Dip those suckers!
Garlic and herb roast chicken with a side of crescent rolls and mac and cheese....
Last night it was 2-inch thick boneless ribeye and sautéed asparagus. Yummy paleo goodness!
We ate light last night. Soup and salads. tom.
Tonight we're having hamburger patties with sauteed onions, french cut green beans and mashed potatoes. tom.
It's been quite a while since last time I made waffles. Made a great Belgian Waffle for breakfast, with my handy dandy Cuisinart double waffle maker, using Krusteaz Beligian Waffle Mix! Flawless every time! (also had Brown n Serve Sausages)
That's the same mix I use. I have a Waring Pro maker. Pour in the batter and flip the handle that turns the griddle upside down. I never understood the reasoning for it.
Damn, I thought you were eating moss! Googgled it! Whew!
Musgo: Been in the fridge a couple of days so it mus(t)go
Damn, I thought you were eating moss! Googgled it! Whew![/QUOTE]
For PEAT’S SAKE! NO!