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Made some venison stroganoff last night that turned out really well. Here's the recipe
https://www.therusticelk.com/venison-stroganoff/
 
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Sausage meatloaf from a free-range buffalo a now deceased friend hunted a few years back, and some home picked tater tots.....


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Beer can chicken rubbed with Cajun spices cooked over real charcoal... Mashed potato and corn. Dessert was apple crisp. It was excellent and there are leftovers!





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Beer can chicken rubbed with Cajun spices cooked over real charcoal... Mashed potato and corn. Dessert was apple crisp. It was excellent and there are leftovers!


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Burgers on the grill.



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Couple veal brats with macaroni and potato salad and a Polish beer..
 
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Ham and provolone sammich. Can of pork and beans. I found no pork in this can, once again.





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My wife and I grilled a big ribeye Friday night and went "light" for Saturday night.

We had a bottle of wine, cheese, crackers, and grapes for dinner Saturday night. Then we pretended to be sitting outside at a winery...

Oh to be released from the stay at home orders.
 
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Red beans and rice with some good andouille sausage last night.



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Bean burritos and a good IPA. Nothing fancy and I'm conserving what food I have.
Have to say that this shelter in place here in Ohio is actually doing me some good. I've lost a few pounds and drinking ALOT less.


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Making Prime NY strips tonite - Reverse Sear of course and I even made some Compound Bone Marrow Butter as per the Guga Video below:

 
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Alder wood smoked Cornish Game Hen, baked potato with butter and sour cream, Brussels Sprouts with blue cheese dressing. Blue Belle Southern Blackberry Cobbler ice cream for the finish!!!
 
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I made ham and potato soup. I had some leftover ham and a few potatoes, chicken stock, onion and unsweetened almond milk. Added some carrots and green beans too. Turned out great and I’m looking forward to leftovers tomorrow. Might have to make some cornbread for it.
 
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A lousy bowl of oatmeal.


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I've became quite the little housewife this last week.

Yesterday made chili, fresh baked bread, and baked a cake too. Even made the wife a Sammy.

Chilli turned out great, gazpacho according to some of you. Wink

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Last night, I oven roasted lamb chops and veggies (peppers and zucchini)

Tonight, I did a reverse seared ribeye and asparagus on the BGE



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^^ If you grilled your asparagus and added some mashed potatoes that is my wife's favorite meal.



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A lousy bowl of oatmeal.


I hear ya. I have had plenty of bowls the last week lol! Cinnamon, brown sugar and dried cherries make mine less depressing.
 
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Chicken and brocolli noodle casserole with Red Lobster biscuits from a mix.


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Pot roast in the instant pot. Used the instant pot last night for mashed potatoes. Couple weeks ago it was yogurt in the instant pot. I'm going to try different things with that machine.


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