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Bald1 those ribs looks delicious!! Country Style pork ribs are one of my favorites, and I buy in quantity, then separate, vacuum seal and freeze. I don't as of yet, own an air fryer, but it is high on my list.
 
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Did some good old sketty and homemade meatballs last night.








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Made a batch of Texas Red (aka real chili) on Saturday.


Tonight was leftovers.



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Shrimp and grits

Cooked in 50/50 water/whole milk, with shredded cheddar cheese and butter incorporated toward the end of cooking. Bacon, mushrooms, red onions, spinach, a splash of white wine, and shrimp, of course.

Damn tasty!!


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A nice pot of black bean chili. Big Grin
Sorry tatortodd, I like some beans in mine. LOL




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With or without beans chili is good. I won't discriminate against either.



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With or without beans chili is good. I won't discriminate against either.


That's where I stand on the matter as well. I really like the Texas Red at the Texas Roadhouse restaurant.

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I have ZERO problem eating chili with or without beans.....I love the stuff!!
 
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With or without beans chili is good. I won't discriminate against either.
Sometimes you feel like a bean, sometimes you don't.





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Ah heck... another shot but plated with some grated extra sharp white cheddar. Big Grin




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Thanks to Shugart, and Chef John, I made the creamy bay scallop spaghetti tonight with bucatini pasta. It definitely did not suck. And, there's enough left over for lunch tomorrow.


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No not dinner but breakfast.

I must confess to never having had avocado toast before. But with some great fresh Italian seasoned focaccia on hand I decided WTH. Big Grin

Half a ripe avocado, EVOO, lemon juice, lemon zest, pinch of cumin, fresh ground tellicherry black pepper, and fleur de sel finishing salt did the trick spread on the lightly toasted focaccia.

Couple of hard boiled eggs and black Kauai Estate peaberry coffee rounded out things. Nice!




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Your chili looks great! I prefer with beans but without is also OK. My mom made wonderful chili but I don't cook.

Today I broiled (in the oven) 3 hot dogs for lunch. Toasted buns and yellow Mustard. Washed down with a V-8.

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Your chili looks great! I prefer with beans but without is also OK. My mom made wonderful chili but I don't cook.


It had black beans in it but only one can and could have handled two. Big Grin



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Last night, i made spaghetti carbonara with Nueske's black pepper coated bacon and lots of garlic, served with a pinot noir and some scrummy French cheese bread...






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