So what's for supper tonight?

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  1. CanyonMan

    CanyonMan In The Saddle

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    Your not talkin about 'milk duds' are you? Love them and the malted milk balls in the milk lookin carton.



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  2. cyberghostx13

    cyberghostx13 USMC "The Few The Proud"

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    Well I did a search and found some but those weren't the ones me an sis had. Very similar tho, least the glass and the tablet. Interesting history of them things. image.jpeg

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    made cod in the microwave.... buttery sauce
    with lemon juice and Dill !!!! yes dill, poured it over fillets making sure it was on and
    under the fillets normally townhouse butter
    crackers crushed over the top... but i didn’t have any so i crushed fritos over the top , then paprika microwave 7-10 minutes with butternut squash spirals for a side. sorry no pictures..... IT’s IN MA BELLY!!!!
     
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    cyberghostx13 USMC "The Few The Proud"

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    Well then, there was enough room for desert, even with a cherry on top. image.jpeg
     
  5. Intolerant

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    2 foot long roast beef subs loaded for supper. 1 quart of chocolate ice cream for desert.
    Washed it all down with 4 cokes. I`m good till mornin ;)
     
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  8. larry_minn

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    Well I helped load two trailers. One of household Stuff. Piano. (Ok I talked them into hiring two guys to help as it was a player) amazingly the guy with neck tattoos has a prison record, kids with different baby mommas....OT
    So the property owners bought Pizza Hut pizza. $18 A pizza. A $5 frozen pizza would have been just as good. My wife taking frozen pizza, slice home tomatoes, add some shredded cheese, leftovers if possible. IMO better. And now indigestion.
    I should have hit the left over fried chicken.
     
  9. rfd339

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    Bacon , scrambled eggs eith grits poured over and raisin bread toast with homemade grape jam. FLA orange juice .
     
  10. deputy tom

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    Last night we had BBQ chicken breasts, buttered corn off the cob with diced red peppers and beets in zesty Italian dressing. tom. :eat:
     
  11. JohnnyE

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    I haven't done a London broil in maybe 20 years. Thanks for the inspiration!
     
  12. napp32

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    I buy them to make beef jerky. This one was so thick that I decided to cut off a piece and use it as a steak.
     
  13. Valmet

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    Smashburgers. 80/20 ground beef, flattened on 350 degree cast iron, sprinkled with some salt, pepper and garlic powder. Velveeta and potato roll.

    And some Utz on the side.
     
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    That's the first thing I thought of when I saw London Broil. Great cut for jerky, I'd freeze it until 3/4 frozen and then use my meat slicer to cut thin strips and marinade overnight.
     
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    That's exactly what I normally do. Last night I got lazy; because I hadn't thawed anything else for supper.
     
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    Tonight it was sewer pipes with meatballs and a tossed salad with zesty Italian dressing. tom. :eat:
     
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    OK, you got me! What is a sewer pipe that you refer to?

    Oh...Manicotti??
     
  18. deputy tom

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    These are sewer pipes a supposed to regular penne. Manacotti are longer and bigger in dia. tom.
     
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    Manacotti was the first thing to pop into my mind.
     
  20. Valmet

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    Dear lord, between these booze and food threads, I vote for a big GT meet up where we all just booze and stuff our faces.

    Envisioning Green Eggs and Blackstone cook tops, coolers of beer and well-stocked bars on tailgates.