So what's for supper tonight?

Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by Hannie Caulder, Mar 30, 2018.

  1. sarge83

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    Last night, homemade beef vegetable soup with freshly canned tomato relish added, crackers and homemade corn whole cakes.
     
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    It doesn't seem to take much Worcestershire so be careful, well, unless you really like the taste.
     
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    Will do buddy...Thanks! ;)
     
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    Hannie Caulder Diva extraordinaire

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    They had a big fight and almost got the thread locked. I tried to break it up, but they didn't listen to me. Too much testosterone.

    @syntaxerrorsix pointed out that I have been failing to post pictures of my dishes, so I promised to post one next time I make something noteworthy (other than my usual boring grilled chicken breast and salad).
     
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    syntaxerrorsix Anti-Federalist CLM

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    ...all that lobster and nothing to show for it.
     
  6. Glockalong

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    yeah, we never saw a tickled lobster
     
  7. Hannie Caulder

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    Next time I go lobstering I will post before and after pics.

    LOL
     
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    Boxed Pasta Roni Shells and White Cheddar with diced ham.
     
  9. CanyonMan

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    Good beef and veggies and hard boiled eggs and peas...

    No lousy TV dinner tonight! ;)


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  10. CanyonMan

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    Yes, I like lots of black pepper and hot peppers! ;)

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    I was just about to comment on that; we share a love of cracked black pepper, sir. Best spice on planet earth, easy. :)
     
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    Yes sir...
    Got to have black pepper and crushed or Habanero's . ;)


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  14. napp32

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    Sometimes, I like breakfast for supper.

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    Delmonico isn't really a cut of meat derived by butchers. The name dates back to a steak made famous by Delmonico's restaurant in NYC. The actual steak they served was an extra thick boneless ribeye.
     
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    Heyyyyyyyyyy buddie, i tried it the WS in my pasta tonight... OMMMMMGGGGGGGG!!!!
    I`ll never eat goulash again without it, its a whole new flavor! Love It!!!
     
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    cyberghostx13 USMC "The Few The Proud"

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    Well they had Delmonico steaks(In grocery stores with butcher sections) when I was growing up in Illinois right up till I moved to California in 1978. I understand about the Delmonico Restaurant in NYC seen it a few times on"Food Paradise". So for whatever reason the name was adopted in Illinois, I mean why would I make that up. Later.
     
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    Not implying that you made anything up. I know the name was/is widely accepted in a lot of places. My Dad always called them Delmonico steaks to the day he died. I'm just saying that Strip steaks aren't Delmonico. The original Delmonico was Boneless Ribeye. Actually, the Delmonico restaurant is still in business. It has Delmonico steaks on the menu; and uses Ribeye to serve the order.
     
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    Fish are supposed to be good for your brain health. I don't know a lot about cooking fish as my mom was an Oklahoma farmgirl. I just finished off a can of smoked(kippered) herring on
    triscuits. Give them a try. :eat:
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