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Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by Hannie Caulder, Mar 30, 2018.
We're going to have left over Pizza boats and soup. tom.
like these below...
I can feel the 3rd degree burn on the roof of my mouth just looking at that picture.
Soup. And I bought an over-priced little pouch of Goldfish crackers for it, too.
...for the bambino. Beans and greens for me.
What is that, a supper for poets?
A meatloaf sammich, some chips, some carrots and a few brazil nuts.
I made spaghetti sauce from a family recipe. I kept it simple as the recipe has many options (adding chicken, or pork chops). The must have ingredients are Italian sausage/lean ground beef, garlic, onion, green pepper, whole or stewed tomatoes, tomato paste, olives, mushrooms, olive oil, butter, Italian seasoning, cumin, more garlic, basil, red wine.
Serve with your choice of red wine.
The sauce must be cooled down and refrigerated overnight and then reheated for the next day.
Emptied out all the leftovers stuff and called that good!
Another very long hard day in the rain, and it actually got pretty cold here as well (for this part of Texas), but got to take care of "broken stuff" around here....
Fried potatoes, eggs & ham.
Well I really got hungry today and just as I mentioned in the photo thread I had a vision and the vision was this.
Great photo! Wide open aperture resulting in shallow depth of field. Nicely done.
Dads favorite answer was "Revotfel's, it was Dad's joke, it was Leftovers spelled backwards.
Soup and grilled cheese sandwiches. tom.
chicken mole rice veggies and cheese
Chicken Korma and sweet potatoes
Omelette souffle with cheddar and smoked pulled pork done in a hundred year old cast iron pan. Because cast iron really can do it all
Pheasant Stew shared with the provider.
After my confrontation a little earlier, I have completely lost my appetite.
Slym2none always posted drama in the supper thread......