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Old 18-08-2017, 09:30 PM
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My dad made seafood soup again, It was so delicious.... I had three bowls
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Old 18-08-2017, 09:48 PM
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my husband used to make fun of the way I'd eat microwaved pop corn- I would throw in an handful of m&m peanut... I trained him to do that, and now he does it all the time.

one of my favorite PMS cravings was a piece of Hershey's chocolate with a sour cream & onion potato chip

See Dream Jo, you aren't the only one with weird taste buds.

I have a copycat KFC chicken recipe. Doesn't taste exactly like KFC (that's Kentucky Fried Chicken for those outside of the U.S.) but it's not bad. That and steamed green beans and, I don't know, some kind of pasta in a box.
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Old 19-08-2017, 08:35 PM
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^ Hehe. I favor kit kats, diet coke and popcorn when certain events arise



For dinner, I sauteed a bunch of shrimp, Spanish savory seasoning, served with buttered Italian bread, good for dipping the sauce..I just love sea food so much
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Old 20-08-2017, 03:06 AM
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We had bbq short ribs (baked in the oven with bbq sauce) baked taters with the works and steamed green beans. Night all.
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Old 20-08-2017, 03:49 AM
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I want ribs - maybe I'll try the oven method soon...how long at what temp, linen? (a little help plz)

I've been on a rice kick lately - chicken and rice mostly - I like to add canned vegies (mixed usually or peas or green beans) but I haven't shopped for them lately, so I had cans of soup, like Campbell's Healthy Choice Sausage and Chicken Gumbo - yesterday I added Pot Pie. But it's today that I chose to drain off as much of the liquid as possible to avoid drowning the rice, heh. Tasted better. I might add a small bit of garlic salt or hot sauce. I don't add salt to the water when it's cooking - just a pat or two of butter.
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Old 20-08-2017, 02:29 PM
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Morning Silver. I put my beef short ribs in a pan and rendered some of the fat off at 450 degrees for 30 minutes (no cover). Then drained the fat from the pan, and dumped a bunch of bbq sauce on them. Added a little water (to account for evaporation), covered them with aluminum foil and baked them for 2 hours. Geez there was a lot of grease. But they were good. And the bones will be saved to make some bone broth (I cooked a double batch of ribs so we could have some for leftovers).

How about garlic and hot sauce.

Tonight my hubby will grill some antelope steaks on the outdoor grill (he is not aware of it yet ). Hunting season is right around the corner and I need to use up what little I have left from last year.
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Old 20-08-2017, 02:37 PM
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Morning Silver. I put my beef short ribs in a pan and rendered some of the fat off at 450 degrees for 30 minutes (no cover). Then drained the fat from the pan, and dumped a bunch of bbq sauce on them. Added a little water (to account for evaporation), covered them with aluminum foil and baked them for 2 hours. Geez there was a lot of grease. But they were good. And the bones will be saved to make some bone broth (I cooked a double batch of ribs so we could have some for leftovers).

How about garlic and hot sauce.

Tonight my hubby will grill some antelope steaks on the outdoor grill (he is not aware of it yet ). Hunting season is right around the corner and I need to use up what little I have left from last year.

Yep. My dad slow cooks ribs in the oven at least every other week and one thing you will notice is the tons of greese that comes out of them. The BBQ will make for sure make it splendid. He cooks them for a good 3-4 hours ( 325-350 i think dont take my word on it) and leaves them in the oven over night at warm-ish temp ( he sleeps late) Major slow cook, but so tender and meat slips off just right .. Oh I am hungry now We love putting corn on the cob , hot dogs, sausages it all slow cooks just right.
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Old 20-08-2017, 02:57 PM
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Sounds like your Dad his his ribs down to a science Clover.
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Old 20-08-2017, 07:20 PM
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I googled about doing ribs in the oven, some say they par-boil or boil them first. I don't know how many pounds of ribs you folks do (Linen and Clover). I think I'm gonna get me some one way or another, before summer's over.

Linen - when you cover them with foil, do you wrap it around the ribs or put a cover over the ribs and pan?
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Old 21-08-2017, 12:46 AM
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Lemon pepper chicken and broccoli and cheese.
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