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    Barbecued pork chops with baked beans and cole slaw.

    Last night was steak marinated in pepper sauce, baked potato (the potato was cooked Outback style, with olive oil and sea salt), and sauted Swiss Chard. For desert a slice of buttermilk pie.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sooda View Post
    Chicken Madras.. and it turned out fragrant and wonderful.

    Your Hindu Houseboy cook it for you?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. Felix Birdbiter View Post
    Your Hindu Houseboy cook it for you?
    Nope. I cooked it. I haven't had a houseboy since I left Arabia, and he was a Christian. Man , he could cook.

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    Just a little bit ago, I put some great Italian sausages under the broiler while I sliced some green and red peppers. Sauteed some nice mushrooms and a few slices of onion. I like the peppers to be crunchy and just hot while I like the mushrooms and onions a little bit more done.

    To bad the wife does not like me eating bread cause that would be an awesome Sausage and Pepper sandwich. But it will still be great without the bread.

    Tonight is Wednesday . . . our Friday night. I am off for the next four days while the wife works the weekends, Monday thru Wednesday.

    I can't wait to sleep in tomorrow morning and make my wife our traditional Cafe con leche and serve it to her in bed in the morning. We enjoy this time together in bed as our talking time over our coffee.
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    It's going to pork, potatoes, and kraut for the next week. I visited my parents the other day and my mom made a pot full of this stuff and dad didn't like it. So, it came home with me.

    I like it when my mom makes something my dad doesn't like. In fact, I encourage it.

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    I made some Corned beef from a beef brisket.
    Tonight, I will make home made Reuben Sandwiches.
    I use Marbled Rye and Pumpernickel Bread.
    Southwest sauce, instead of Thousand Island.
    1/2 pound of Corned Beef
    2 slices Swiss Cheese
    Sauerkraut(drained)
    Butter
    Pickle spears.
    Kettle style potato chips.
    I spread the Southwest sauce on both slices of bread. Then, I assemble the sandwich.
    Meat+cheese+sauerkraut+cheese+meat.
    Butter the outsides of the bread.
    Grill until golden brown.
    Serve with Kettle Chips and pickle spears.
    A cold Michelob really brings it all together.

    Good Eats.

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    Angel Hair Pasta with tomatoes, shrimp and scallops
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    Gonna make Doner Kebab with a whole wheat bread! Saw on a turkish youtube channel how they make the marinade - it's awesome and very healthy (made of yogurt and a bit of olive oil).
    If life gives you a lemon, make lemonade, but don't add shugar.

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