What Are You Having For Dinner?


gopher
+1
#91
tamales & baked beans
 
taxslave
#92
Steak night in camp tonight. For some reason they insist on cooking them ahead and putting a perfectly good steak in a steam tray. Disgusting.
 
gopher
+1
#93
Quote: Originally Posted by taxslaveView Post

Steak night in camp tonight. For some reason they insist on cooking them ahead and putting a perfectly good steak in a steam tray. Disgusting.


Why would they insist on that? By doing so much of the aroma is gone making it less desirable. Makes no sense at all.
 
JLM
#94
Tossed salad, chicken drumsticks, spuds and green beans.

Quote: Originally Posted by taxslaveView Post

Steak night in camp tonight. For some reason they insist on cooking them ahead and putting a perfectly good steak in a steam tray. Disgusting.


Where is your camp?
 
darkbeaver
#95
A dahy ago I ran over the neighbours daog. If you've followed my scriblings you know I have a cook book for domestic pets,.
 
Nuggler
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#96
We had oven cooked frozen fish. I cooked. Kind of a salad thing I just tossed together also. was shltty, but my wife said it was good. just bless her to bits, eh. Pan fried canned sliced potatoes. My specialty.

Tomorrow it's shake and bake chicken breasts with mashed potatoes and corn niblets.
Donuts for dessert.

Arthritis paid my wife a nasty call last week, so she gets a break.............long as the wood gets split on time. , the cows get milked, and pigs slopped.

Hey, I'm washing up and putting away too.
 
darkbeaver
#97
Quote: Originally Posted by NugglerView Post

We had oven cooked frozen fish. I cooked. Kind of a salad thing I just tossed together also. was shltty, but my wife said it was good. just bless her to bits, eh. Pan fried canned sliced potatoes. My specialty.

Tomorrow it's shake and bake chicken breasts with mashed potatoes and corn niblets.
Donuts for dessert.

Arthritis paid my wife a nasty call last week, so she gets a break.............long as the wood gets split on time. , the cows get milked, and pigs slopped.

Hey, I'm washing up and putting away too.

yOU CRACK ME EVERYTIME, LOVE db
 
taxslave
#98
Quote: Originally Posted by JLMView Post

Tossed salad, chicken drumsticks, spuds and green beans.




Where is your camp?

Kitamat. About 1600 man camp
 
Nuggler
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#99
Quote: Originally Posted by darkbeaverView Post

yOU CRACK ME EVERYTIME, LOVE db


Love db. ? Lets just be friends.
 
darkbeaver
#100
Quote: Originally Posted by NugglerView Post

Love db. ? Lets just be friends.

sweet , have you got any beer? We are friends ain'tm we?
 
Ludlow
#101
I was going to make my famous lasagna this evening but , I developed a strong sense of laziness and threw some tostadas together.
 
Sal
#102
went to a new pizza place tonight called Famosa...

ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooh my............lovely, lovely pizza...super impressed (for pizza)

Waterloo | Famoso Neapolitan Pizzeria (external - login to view)
 
SLM
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#103
Quote: Originally Posted by LudlowView Post

I developed a strong sense of laziness .

In the hot summer months I'm fairly certain I develop a chronic case of that.

Quote: Originally Posted by SalView Post

went to a new pizza place tonight called Famosa...

ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooh my............lovely, lovely pizza...super impressed (for pizza)

Waterloo | Famoso Neapolitan Pizzeria (external - login to view)

A good chef can do some amazing things with pizza.
 
gopher
+2
#104
beef, rice, spinach soup - flavored with white wine & herbs

strawberry-cherry fruit punch for dessert
 
Sal
#105
Quote: Originally Posted by SLMView Post

In the hot summer months I'm fairly certain I develop a chronic case of that.



A good chef can do some amazing things with pizza.

it's the ingredients and the method of baking that make the difference here, sauce and flour are imported from Italy and the oven is 900 and the pizza is cooked in 90 seconds.

the salad was a little salty for me...but I don't eat much processed food so we don't eat a lot of sodium so likely the salad was good for most people.
 
SLM
+1
#106
Quote: Originally Posted by SalView Post

it's the ingredients and the method of baking that make the difference here, sauce and flour are imported from Italy and the oven is 900 and the pizza is cooked in 90 seconds.

the salad was a little salty for me...but I don't eat much processed food so we don't eat a lot of sodium so likely the salad was good for most people.

Fresh ingredients, that's what makes the difference. You can tell when it comes out of a can.

Often at home I'll do a quick greek style pizza on a pita bread, using sun dried tomato pesto as a base, top with tomato slices, zuchhini, kalamata olives, red onion, and mixed mozzarella and feta cheese. Pretty delicious and quite healthy I think.
 
Sal
#107
Quote: Originally Posted by SLMView Post

Fresh ingredients, that's what makes the difference. You can tell when it comes out of a can.

Often at home I'll do a quick greek style pizza on a pita bread, using sun dried tomato pesto as a base, top with tomato slices, zuchhini, kalamata olives, red onion, and mixed mozzarella and feta cheese. Pretty delicious and quite healthy I think.

can't say I'm a fan of olives or feta...they are too salty for me, but most people love them

I prefer goat's cheese which is the same thing without the brine...

it's funny how our tastes change along the way
 
spaminator
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#108
Quote: Originally Posted by SalView Post

went to a new pizza place tonight called Famosa...

ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooh my............lovely, lovely pizza...super impressed (for pizza)

Waterloo | Famoso Neapolitan Pizzeria (external - login to view)

 
Sal
#109
Quote: Originally Posted by spaminatorView Post

I had gelato too...

and of course no need to include the wine...dinner is not dinner without wine
 
Walter
+2
#110
The wife is busy making French onion soup. She also happens to be barefoot but is too old to be pregnant.
 
Sal
+2
#111
Quote: Originally Posted by WalterView Post

The wife is busy making French onion soup. She also happens to be barefoot but is too old to be pregnant.

glad to hear you can relax then and enjoy the dinner...lol
 
JLM
#112
Quote: Originally Posted by WalterView Post

The wife is busy making French onion soup. She also happens to be barefoot but is too old to be pregnant.


The wife is busy making some surprise but I doubt if it's head cheese, so probably something very mediocre!

Quote: Originally Posted by SalView Post

I had gelato too...

and of course no need to include the wine...dinner is not dinner without wine


Wine would be O.K. if it weren't for the f**Kin' headaches!
 
Sal
+1
#113
Quote: Originally Posted by JLMView Post

Wine would be O.K. if it weren't for the f**Kin' headaches!

hon, you're supposed to have a glass not a bottle.
 
Walter
#114
Quote: Originally Posted by SalView Post

hon, you're supposed to have a glass not a bottle.

There's a difference?
 
Sal
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#115
Quote: Originally Posted by WalterView Post

There's a difference?

k, point taken, some glasses are larger than others

 
SLM
#116
Quote: Originally Posted by SalView Post

k, point taken, some glasses are larger than others

Pffft....what an amateur.
 
Sal
#117
Quote: Originally Posted by SLMView Post

Pffft....what an amateur.

yeah I know, I wouldn't have to get off of the couch either but he has lots of wine stored up over there so he's tolerable
 
darkbeaver
#118
Bolognese sounds good I'v never tasted it and I got to cook in two days time. The recipe will come in handy.
 
gopher
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#119
chicken & rice soup with onions & white wine & seasonings & tomato paste as added flavoring

wedge of chocolate muffin bread for dessert
 
JLM
#120
Left overs from last night, ribs, spaghetti, potato salad, rice and vegetables. ( Busy with grand daughter's grad so no time for fancy cookin') -
 

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