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I made Nachos then completely forgot to get a pic.
 
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flashguy— I remember you talking about the Hereford RB. Where do you get it? I can see me having a can or two in the cabinet, just for the hey. I would probably add some of those canned whole little potatoes to it. I like those cooked in a skillet with butter until they get a crust on them.
I've been told that Kroger sometimes carries it, but I've never found it there. I order it off the web. It's pretty expensive, but worth it. It comes 6 cans to a pack--I ordered 3 packs last time. It makes a pretty nice hot beef sandwich, too.

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^^^^^ Costco has a Roast Beef, in cans, I think 4 cans to a sleeve.

I think it's pretty darn good quality.
 
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^^^^^ Costco has a Roast Beef, in cans, I think 4 cans to a sleeve.

I think it's pretty darn good quality.
That's good to know, but I'm not a member of CostCo.

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^^^^^ Costco has a Roast Beef, in cans, I think 4 cans to a sleeve.

I think it's pretty darn good quality.
That's good to know, but I'm not a member of CostCo.



You may be able to still order it online from Costco as a non-member paying a 5% surcharge.



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Amazon has it.



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Yeah but Amazon wants $29.25 while Costco sells it for (before 5% surcharge for non-members and $3 delivery fee if your total purchase is less than $75 qualifying for free delivery):



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Last night we grilled at work. Simple meal of burgers and chicken wings.

Will probably grill at work again tomorrow.


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I could be wrong, but I’m not sure y’all can actually cook those delicious looking dishes.
Just to be fair, I’m willing to let a few of you swing by the house sometime to demonstrate your cooking skills. Smile
 
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^^^^^ Costco has a Roast Beef, in cans, I think 4 cans to a sleeve.

I think it's pretty darn good quality.
That's good to know, but I'm not a member of CostCo.

flashguy


Do you have a friend who has a Costco card?

You'll have to buy him/her the $1.50 hot dog/drink. wink wink
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^^^^^ Costco has a Roast Beef, in cans, I think 4 cans to a sleeve.

I think it's pretty darn good quality.
That's good to know, but I'm not a member of CostCo.

flashguy


Do you have a friend who has a Costco card?

You'll have to buy him/her the $1.50 hot dog/drink. wink wink
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I do have a former coworker that used to take me to CostCo for hot dogs . . . . (I love their hot dogs!)

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I could be wrong, but I’m not sure y’all can actually cook those delicious looking dishes.
Just to be fair, I’m willing to let a few of you swing by the house sometime to demonstrate your cooking skills. Smile


Where you at? I’ll swing by next time I’m in town Wink
Last night we had shrimp and mushroom risotto..still perfecting my technique on that one.


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Bacon cheeseburger.




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I could be wrong, but I’m not sure y’all can actually cook those delicious looking dishes.
Just to be fair, I’m willing to let a few of you swing by the house sometime to demonstrate your cooking skills. Smile


Where you at? I’ll swing by next time I’m in town Wink
Last night we had shrimp and mushroom risotto..still perfecting my technique on that one.


Ha! I was just kidding. Manny of those recipes are off the menu for me. I just wandered in here to renew old memories. Let me know when you’re in town. I live about 40 miles north of Houston.
 
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Churrasco prime marinated in olive oil, cumin, chipotle, black pepper, salt, and Knob Creek 100 proof bourbon.

 
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Made my first trisket today!







Put it on at 11am and was done at 6 PM. Cooked to 203˚ at 225˚

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Soup. That's what I had.

1 pound of hamburger, browned.
1 small onion browned in the fat after hamburger is removed.
1 carton of organic bone beef broth
1 carton of organic chicken broth
Mixed vegetables, frozen peas,carrots, corn.
Green beans ( I had about a half can of leftover, and added a can)
1 medium potato
2 ribs of celery.
Italian seasoning
Salt and pepper to taste
2 cups water

After onion is browned, add the broth, potatoes and cook for about 10 minutes.
Add rest of the ingredients and simmer until done.

I didn't this time, but I have added barely, egg noodles, or rice to this. Takes more time, I was hungry and busy to this time I didn't.

Fast, easy, tasty.


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Made my first trisket today!



Is that when a tri-tip and a brisket make a baby? Big Grin




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Last night, I made a batch of chili and jalapeño corn bread muffins. First time I've made either for the lady friend and it was a big hit.

Today, we're on the edge of a snowstorm (so far, just rain here but it's snowing W, N, and E of us) and I had leftovers for lunch.



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Ribs last night. Over cooked them, had to settle for juicy falling off the bone dinner instead of gnawing them off the bone. Hope you all feel real sorry for me.






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