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Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by Hannie Caulder, Mar 30, 2018.
$1.98 I put in onions, carrots, garlic and some smoked pork shanks.
Sushi is very often part of the catered lunches we are served on the job. I have tried different kinds, but just can't get a taste for it. Most of the other girls love it.
I've never had herring. But I love anchovies right out of the can.
Fish is brain food. That's why I'm so smart, I eat a lot of fish LOL.
Consider supporting Goya in the face of the boycott, patriot.
And always buy in bulk for the cost savings
Don't forget the mackerel. If you live away from the coast always buy your canned fish in brine or olive oil. Some of the cheap vegetable oil is not healthy.
I have been buying a few cans but there is a limit on how much I need at one time.
I am running out of space as it is.
I've got too much house currently. I went from 800sqft to 3200sqft. I no longer have to store bulk food under the bed and my dining room table doesn't look like a dive shop garage sale anymore. I know how it can be.
I live right on the coast (literally), and I always buy the imported anchovies in extra virgin olive oil.
These are the ones I usually get:
Try the bottle variety. You get a lot more oil with the bottles so it's good for cooking and Caesar dressing and stores easy.
I never considered the leftover oil for use in a dressing. Really good idea.
Not a bad way to fry an egg either.
Man, I'm sorry boys and girls, but I would rather eat our rattlers and frog legs 'raw,' than eat anchovies...! I tried those little suckers once on a pizza I think it was, and almost threw up! LOL.
Tasted like a mouth full of salty slugs. (snails) HA.
Think I'll just stay a meat and taters guy!
I`m with you 1,000%
Well as the saying goes, "A picture is worth a thousand words" or in this case 1,739 colorful beans.
Leftovers from a March smoke.
Pork shoulder and cabbage stir fry. May throw an egg or two in for good measure.
I've found that soaking those for a day or two really cuts down on the emissions. I've got a couple bags put away around here somewhere.
I like the easy crock pot dinners. Yesterday, put some skinless chicken breasts in there, can of cream of mushroom soup, salt-pepper-italian dressing mix, let it run for a few hours. Then shredded the chicken and added a block of cream cheese let it go another hour and a half or so.
Made up some rice and ladled nice thick chicken chunk stuff over it. Deelish. Had it for lunch today too.
...little pillows of love.
I don't know what style ravs or dumplings they are but I know you are condemned for commingling with ketchup.
... we were almost friends.