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We’re having crock pot roast and potatoes tonight.
I cut up the roast into two inch chunks, chop a few carrots and a sweet onion, a garlic clove and pour a bottle of pace picante sauce over it all, turn it on and sometimes I add some beef broth...six hours on high, or eight or nine on low...

Super easy, super tasty.

My MIL dumps in a package of Italian dressing in hers and it’s good also



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Big ass steaks from Costco (S&P, garlic powder, fresh thyme), grilled asparagus, taters, and home made bread.

No quarter pic, would have needed half or dollar piece.



Sous Vided and seared on grill with edges painted by torch.



Nice med rare edge to edge.



I could have had a meal of steak by itself as good as it turned out, but here's the rest of the accompaniment.




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^^^ Wow! Looks amazing


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Baked chicken thighs.

Placed a family pack of chicken thighs (bone in , skin on) skin side down in my 17 inch cast iron pan.

baked at 350 for 1 hour 55 minutes.

spiced with Ginger, yellow curry, cumin, and nutmeg.

Tasty morsels they were.


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I forget how good chicken thighs are sometimes. Only time I eat them is when wife makes Chicken Adobo (philipino food). It's so good, then I say to myself I am going to make some thighs, but never do. Then she makes it again, and the cycle starts all over again.



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My wife made homemade chicken noodle soup yesterday and she makes her own noodles from scratch. Her noodles are so much better than store bought that I'm permanently spoiled by them.

Jim


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I forget how good chicken thighs are sometimes. Only time I eat them is when wife makes Chicken Adobo (philipino food). It's so good, then I say to myself I am going to make some thighs, but never do. Then she makes it again, and the cycle starts all over again.


I love adobo, pandesol (spelling?), pansit, dineguan (spelling? blood pudding and pig entrails... tastes like chili).

But then I was there in the late 1980s and early 90s for a week or two here and there while the carrier was being re-supplied.


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I love adobo, pandesol (spelling?), pansit, dineguan (spelling? blood pudding and pig entrails... tastes like chili).

But then I was there in the late 1980s and early 90s for a week or two here and there while the carrier was being re-supplied.


Luckily her family doesn't make that intestines thing. Pancit Canton is one of my favorites though. Wifey makes awesome Lumpia too.



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Got a tenderloin Sunday. Trimmed it up into filet mignon. Took the tail, scrapes and whatever the extra muscle is at the butt and cut it into strips for fajita burittos. Came out good, wife loved it, needed a little more toughness to it I thought, fajita meat isn't supposed to melt in your mouth, but I guess that's a minor complaint.









Inside burittos - steak, veggies, sour cream, Mexican cheese blend, guacamole. Served with Mexican rice and refried beans.



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Softball practice is back, sooooooooooo....

Pork chops and stuffing in the crock pot... easy and delicious. By the way, that dinner fueled my girl while she was blasting 58 of 60 balls pitched at at least 45 MPH (some much faster) from a pitching machine at practice tonight. Looks like she had some pent up energy. Cool





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Keto stuffed peppers. More or less the recipe I learned from Mom, but used grated zucchini in lieu of rice.



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parallel, looks yummy.



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Easy but good dinner. Sockeye Salmon, jarred Alfredo sauce (+ S&P and extra parm), and some bread sticks. Quick and easy, but still very good.




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parallel, looks yummy.

Thanks, it was. I just heated up the leftovers for a midnight snack overkill... I'll pay for that when I hit the rack. Big Grin




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Home made potato soup. Potatoes of course, with celery, carrots finely chopped and sauted in bacon fat ,and a roux with butter and fat from the bacon. Cooked potatoes in a couple of cups of chicken broth, combine everything, add 2 cans of condensed milk, a cup or so of heavy cream. An 8oz package of cubed ham. The bacon. Then add a mixture of cheese. Provolone, gouda and a small bit of Mexican cheese mix.

A good bit of Greek seasoning, salt pepper and a dash of "Slap your mama".

Delicious! My niece loves potato soup and she thanks mine is the best.


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Marie Callender's Chicken Pot Pie.

I don't cook. I don't want to cook. I want to go to a freaking restaurant. King Ralph put our county on lockdown for another two weeks. Grrrr.


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Personally, I like mine just a little more well done.



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Personally, I like mine just a little more well done.

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Two Chili dogs and a bag of chips.
 
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