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It's just me and the cat here.
For dinner I did a small half ham, green bean casserole, glazed carrots and some Pillsbury crescent rolls.

No pictures, but it was damned good, and plenty of leftovers for the week.



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Tonight I am doing a Country style Rib with my rib rub, done on the grill. Also, a baked potato with the fixins, and butter beans with bacon. Pita bread, and ice Cream for dessert.
 
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We had king crab legs and bulgogi with lots of extra onions added. Sorry, no photos. We only have the crab legs twice a year, but they are really very good, but not inexpensive. The bulgogi goes a long way and we'll have it, again, tomorrow. Costco really has quality food.


A few folks asked about the tiny, dried shrimp, "sakura ebi," so here's a photo of the package:



It really adds to the flavor.




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No pix because everyone was hungry and didn’t want to wait for me to set up pix with protection, but I grilled some 1.25 inch ribeyes with boiled corn on the cob and a baked creamed cauliflower dish topped with fresh thyme sprigs. Shrimp scampi was a side entree for those who like sea bugs. One of the DF family (not me) drank my last Dr Pepper yesterday without telling me so I drank ice water. No room for the ice cream sundaes I planned. Maybe later tonight....



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I smoked a brisket and a pork shoulder. The wife made sweet potato casserole and a salad.

It did not suck.


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Hawaiian kabobs. Chicken, onion, green bell, pineapple.






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Not for dinner so much as an appetizer. Easter dinner consisted of the usual dishes. This cedar plank salmon fillet with garlic rosemary butter cooked on the big green Egg was a hit.









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I wish I could say I made reservations for dinner, but that's not happening.

I have stuffed bell peppers from Costco, and they are delicious.
 
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Smoked a pork shoulder and made some cheddar jalapeño biscuits.













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We had my wife’s fried chicken, mashed potatoes, roasted asparagus and freshly gathered (like earlier today) sautéed morels. Delicious.
 
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I made dinner for my wife one of our daughters and our granddaughter. Traditional Easter.

Ham
Potatoes
Yams
Corn
Pie


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I brined a whole chicken over night, cut it in half and grilled it for dinner.
Had it with grilled corn on the cob, Bush's steakhouse beans, steamed broccoli, and beer cheese sauce.
That was Easter dinner here.


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Hawaiian kabobs. Chicken, onion, green bell, pineapple.




Looks good.
I found anytime I kabobed chicken next to pineapple it tasted chalky.
I started grilling the pineapple by itself.

Am I doing soemthing wrong?


Thanks..
 
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Originally posted by P250UA5:
Hawaiian kabobs. Chicken, onion, green bell, pineapple.



Looks good.
I found anytime I kabobed chicken next to pineapple it tasted chalky.
I started grilling the pineapple by itself.

Am I doing soemthing wrong?


We keep the marinade & brush it on a few times while it's cooking. Other than that, we've never had any unsavory flavors in ours, apart from an ocasional bit of charred sauce.




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Originally posted by P250UA5:
Hawaiian kabobs. Chicken, onion, green bell, pineapple.



Looks good.
I found anytime I kabobed chicken next to pineapple it tasted chalky.
I started grilling the pineapple by itself.

Am I doing soemthing wrong?


We keep the marinade & brush it on a few times while it's cooking. Other than that, we've never had any unsavory flavors in ours, apart from an ocasional bit of charred sauce.


OK, thank you..


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We made my wife's favorite ramen...

Tahn-men, with sauteed thinly sliced pork, carrots, wood ear mushrooms, cabbage, and bean sprouts, in a fantastic broth and using fresh ramen noodles.

It was a very warming dish for a snowy day in Michigan Smile






(we made yaki-soba, last night, but forgot to take a photo in time, before it disappeared) Wink




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Tonight I am trying to go through some of my old food stock. I have Ramen noodles that “expired” 2 years ago but I have been having them and they are just fine.

This was a spur of the moment meal with what I have on hand so it doesn’t have everything I would like. I am boiling sliced onions, cabbage, and frozen mixed vegetables in chicken broth. I will then add shredded chicken I made the other day along with the Ramen noodles and have me a good soup! Of course I will add some Sauces to add flavor. I wish I had bean sprouts and fresh sliced jalapeños to add, but oh well.




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Spaghetti and meat sauce leftovers from last night. No pics because it's pretty boring looking. For lunch made favorite breakfast/brunch again. Yum. If not for the time and amount of butter involved I'd eat this almost every day.




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Tonight I am trying to go through some of my old food stock. I have Ramen noodles that “expired” 2 years ago but I have been having them and they are just fine.

This was a spur of the moment meal with what I have on hand so it doesn’t have everything I would like. I am boiling sliced onions, cabbage, and frozen mixed vegetables in chicken broth. I will then add shredded chicken I made the other day along with the Ramen noodles and have me a good soup! Of course I will add some Sauces to add flavor. I wish I had bean sprouts and fresh sliced jalapeños to add, but oh well.


So you like to use leftover meat and veggies to ramen to make easy meal too. Wife thought I was nuts first time I did it. Now she still thinks I'm nuts but likes it when I make it.



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Originally posted by StorminNormin:
Tonight I am trying to go through some of my old food stock. I have Ramen noodles that “expired” 2 years ago but I have been having them and they are just fine.

This was a spur of the moment meal with what I have on hand so it doesn’t have everything I would like. I am boiling sliced onions, cabbage, and frozen mixed vegetables in chicken broth. I will then add shredded chicken I made the other day along with the Ramen noodles and have me a good soup! Of course I will add some Sauces to add flavor. I wish I had bean sprouts and fresh sliced jalapeños to add, but oh well.


So you like to use leftover meat and veggies to ramen to make easy meal too. Wife thought I was nuts first time I did it. Now she still thinks I'm nuts but likes it when I make it.


Heck yeah. It is a great way to use leftovers and it was so good. I like Vietnamese Pho Ga, so this is a cheesy interpretation of it. I wish I would have had more vegetables to add, but I used what I had.




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