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    Quote Originally Posted by guido View Post
    Did you need to trade the cow for them there magic beans?
    Guy...just looking to break even on my sale...pm your address and your SO can add them to her repertoire.
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    Life is good. Life is even better when you find a fresh turkey at the grocery. Stuffed a bunch of fresh rosemary inside and expect this will make the house smell incredible for the day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rwsaunders View Post


    Right out of Ron Popiel's playbook...ten free seeds to the first 3 callers...but wait...
    True story. I took some stuff out to my Folks today. Dad's 82 and Mom's 80, still live out in the country, and he like's to Garden. He'd been to his favorite Greenhouse and got some tomatoes and other plants, then he shows me his new Pepper plant. Yep my 82 YO Father has a 7pot Jonah ready to go into his garden :>)
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    Striped bass with braised red cabbage, apples and onions. Cabbage was better on the 2nd day. I used balsamic vinegar. Not sure it might have worked better with apple cider vinegar -Mike G


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    when i cook the fish is the side dish, not the veggies
     

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    Dinner fit for a Redneck King.

    Currituck Sound soft-shell crab, Eastern shore Blackdrum nuggets wrapped in craft made bacon, Franklin County Deer meat chili, fresh corn on cob and good old Jiffy Cornbread!


     

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    Softshell sliders with sweet Hawaiian rolls for memorial day breakfast!!! I'm going to regret only getting 3 dozen of these when I had the chance.
     

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    Chicken Tikka Masala from last night. Spicier than last time was the request. Request granted!
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    Pork butt that's on the smoker right now.
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    We took the Dog for a walk at the local County Park yesterday, and found a few of these.

    Ideas? I took enough for a couple meals and left the rest. I'm going to saute a few with garlic and butter, wilt some baby spinach and toss it all together with some Linguine. What are other ideas? BTW the patch is about 3'tall and it circles the tree and there were more on the logs laying down. Thanks for any ideas.
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    Are you sure of your id? It should have a faint fishy scent. It will have a white to lilac-grey spore print (use a black paper).

    Just looking out for your health my friend!
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    Default Re: What are you cooking for dinner this weekend?

    Quote Originally Posted by guido View Post
    Are you sure of your id? It should have a faint fishy scent. It will have a white to lilac-grey spore print (use a black paper).

    Just looking out for your health my friend!
    Yes Sir! I did some research before we cooked them and it's a Golden Oyster Mushroom, the fishy smell intensifies when you start to cook them. From what I've researched they started to spread in the wild after they became popular with the home growers. My daughter Jessica found some last year and Wade Patton harvest's them regularly. Thank you!
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    Sounds like you got it right. There is a look alike that can mess up your entire day...

    Mangiare!
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    Impromptu cookout this evening as we have had a run of awesome weather and there are several kids home this week from various parts of the country. One can’t go wrong with slow cooked ribs finished off on the grille, with some brats, dogs as and all the trimmings...missed a photo of the peach cobbler but my Mother in Law didn’t and she even stayed around for the fire.
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    Soaked the beans overnight and started the slow simmer about 10:00 this morning. House is starting to have that great aroma. JalapeŮo cornbread and salad will finish it off.

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    We cooked Momofuku Bo SSam this weekend.

    The shrimp paste was a little too pungent for us, but the pork, ssam sauce, and kimchi were spot on.

    https://mykoreankitchen.com/bo-ssam/



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    Default Re: What are you cooking for dinner this weekend?

    Well the pot of bean soup is almost gone(grand daughter saw to that) so Iím in search of other recipes you guys may have. Looking for soups that get better with age and not to difficult.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mnoble485 View Post
    Well the pot of bean soup is almost gone(grand daughter saw to that) so I’m in search of other recipes you guys may have. Looking for soups that get better with age and not to difficult.

    Mike
    This is one of our favorite Beef Soups. Winter Vegetable and Beef Soup recipe | Epicurious.com
    It holds well and is even better after a couple days rest.
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    Didn't even light anything on fire in the process. Next time I'll use hotter oil.
     

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    Andalucia style Tortalitas with shrimp







    With a salad from the garden they make a great hot weather meal...
    Last edited by guido; 1 Week Ago at 06:42 AM.
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    Default Re: What are you cooking for dinner this weekend?

    Guy,
    That looks too good to not share the recipe.

    Mike
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