So....Whatcha Eating?



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Re: So....Whatcha Eating?
« Reply #4560 on: March 13, 2019, 05:33:44 PM »
Sunday dinner... I made a big, huge, Linguine and Meatball Marinara sauce Dinner for the kids and Grand-kids to enjoy.
Every one cancelled.  :o ... And my wife is on a "no-carb" kick again.
 I have been eating it now for 4 days Lunch and Supper... almost got it finished. She says it's time to throw it out.
At least I think it was Sunday... I am in a Pasta induced blur.

Maybe she is right.
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Re: So....Whatcha Eating?
« Reply #4561 on: March 13, 2019, 08:07:22 PM »

sounds great, one day try it with Ricotta
When I lived in Massachusetts, their was a little Italian pizza place that served fantastic food. Our favorite was this pizza with sauteed onions and peppers with Italian sausage and dollops of sweet ricotta throughout the pie. I don't miss the area at all, but I do miss Vinny's Pizzas.
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Re: So....Whatcha Eating?
« Reply #4562 on: March 13, 2019, 08:11:29 PM »
Sunday dinner... I made a big, huge, Linguine and Meatball Marinara sauce Dinner for the kids and Grand-kids to enjoy.
Every one cancelled.  :o ... And my wife is on a "no-carb" kick again.
 I have been eating it now for 4 days Lunch and Supper... almost got it finished. She says it's time to throw it out.
At least I think it was Sunday... I am in a Pasta induced blur.

Maybe she is right.
Don't be a quitter, Scott!

Almost every April, we would have so much leftover ham, that I would spend an entire week eating it for 2-3 meals per day until I'd completely finish it. I hate throwing away food!
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Re: So....Whatcha Eating?
« Reply #4563 on: March 14, 2019, 11:55:09 AM »
Not a big fan of ricotta.. only in Chinese fried cheese wanton.... some call shrimp Rangoon.

I thought threy were made with cream cheese, I gotta look that up. I only eat cottage cheese with a healthy slather of Balsamic vinegar, or apple butter. Before I went to Amish Country and had it served with bread, apple sauce and apple butter I loathed the stuff. Milkish paper mache. So while we differ on what is tasty I do understand.  In Penn. Dutch places, you schmear on apple butter/sauce then cottage then I retop with same.  When the wife was preggers I learned to eat veggies at breakfast and at same time cottage, with garlic and onion powders pinch or oregano then a heavy drizzle of Balsamic.  I do that and slabs of home grown tomato in summer, on Italian bread or toasted English. Black pepper or hot pepper flakes optional and to taste.  With Ricotta it is even better.

In matters of taste and smell there can be no wrong.

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Re: So....Whatcha Eating?
« Reply #4564 on: March 14, 2019, 01:12:32 PM »
Not a big fan of ricotta.. only in Chinese fried cheese wanton.... some call shrimp Rangoon.

I thought threy were made with cream cheese
I don't know about Alabama, but up in the Northeast, the mach-Chinese fare is called crab rangoon, and is made with imitation crab meat(fish) and cream cheese.
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Re: So....Whatcha Eating?
« Reply #4565 on: March 14, 2019, 09:05:34 PM »
Dinner tonight was grilled steak tips, mashed potatoes, grilled onions and zucchinis, and Italian bread. Washed it down with a mug of Arizona herbal iced tea.
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Re: So....Whatcha Eating?
« Reply #4566 on: March 14, 2019, 09:46:01 PM »
Betty Lou baked a hash brown casserole with ground sausage and a cheddar topping for lunch.... it was so good that I had it for dinner as well. I dropped a big spoonful of cottage cheese on it.
Sooooo good.

Bill, you and Betty Lou should open up a bed & breakfast. I would stay in the bed for the BL breakfast  :D
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Re: So....Whatcha Eating?
« Reply #4567 on: March 15, 2019, 06:44:06 AM »
Dinner tonight was grilled steak tips, mashed potatoes, grilled onions and zucchinis, and Italian bread. Washed it down with a mug of Arizona herbal iced tea.

You're firing up the grill already in NH?
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Re: So....Whatcha Eating?
« Reply #4568 on: March 15, 2019, 07:19:37 AM »
Betty Lou baked a hash brown casserole with ground sausage and a cheddar topping for lunch.... it was so good that I had it for dinner as well. I dropped a big spoonful of cottage cheese on it.
Sooooo good.

Bill, you and Betty Lou should open up a bed & breakfast. I would stay in the bed for the BL breakfast  :D
That would be perfect... I love to eat and sleep.
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Re: So....Whatcha Eating?
« Reply #4569 on: March 15, 2019, 10:00:24 AM »
I got lazy today and bought a few Samoussas and a big portion of "Sauté Min"  from a Reunion Island food truck passing by. Man, why the heck am I still trying to cook anything ? It just reminded me some "canteen meal" I was offered by Mauritian Authorities in the occasion of a  busy marine environmental workshop I was invited to, many years ago. Someone asked me if I didn't mind sharing their common food!!! God...I couldn't help answering them I'd eat that everyday ::) ::). As a Frenchman, I'm supposed to love "la Grande Cuisine". Burp! :(  I'd exchange it for anything from Spain, Indonesia, Vięt-Nam or Thailand, among others.
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Re: So....Whatcha Eating?
« Reply #4570 on: March 15, 2019, 11:05:46 AM »
Deli made egg sausage pattie and cheese on white bread and a chocolate milk. They wrapped it in foil so by the time I got to work the cheese was all nice and gooey. 1 piece of cheese on top and one on the bottom. This keeps the bread from getting soggy.
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Re: So....Whatcha Eating?
« Reply #4571 on: March 15, 2019, 01:46:14 PM »
Dinner tonight was grilled steak tips, mashed potatoes, grilled onions and zucchinis, and Italian bread. Washed it down with a mug of Arizona herbal iced tea.

You're firing up the grill already in NH?
Yesterday was in the 50's   8)

We actually grill year round  :D
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Re: So....Whatcha Eating?
« Reply #4572 on: March 15, 2019, 01:47:56 PM »
I got lazy today and bought a few Samoussas and a big portion of "Sauté Min"  from a Reunion Island food truck passing by. Man, why the heck am I still trying to cook anything ? It just reminded me some "canteen meal" I was offered by Mauritian Authorities in the occasion of a  busy marine environmental workshop I was invited to, many years ago. Someone asked me if I didn't mind sharing their common food!!! God...I couldn't help answering them I'd eat that everyday ::) ::). As a Frenchman, I'm supposed to love "la Grande Cuisine". Burp! :(  I'd exchange it for anything from Spain, Indonesia, Vięt-Nam or Thailand, among others.
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Re: So....Whatcha Eating?
« Reply #4573 on: March 15, 2019, 01:50:27 PM »
I think Betty Lou is making Breaded chicken pattie sliders for lunch. With cheese n pickle on the Hawaiian dinner rolls.
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Re: So....Whatcha Eating?
« Reply #4574 on: March 15, 2019, 07:08:09 PM »
Those of us "Frequent Fliers" here on the Foodie gate know I am an officer and occasionally cook for the local Elks Lodge.
 Tomorrow night (Saturday) is a "Wings" competition.
While my personal best for Chillie recipe always seems to come in "Peoples Choice" but never wins....How the heck does that happen?
So, I am now stacking the deck to my favor.
I am making 4... yes FOUR entries with EVERY crock-pot I own prepped an on the ready... Playing to the Judges this time.  ;)
   20 lbs of Banjo-Wings are now in brine. Salt, Sugar , White Vinegar.
Tomorrow I will be baking them in the oven, and then deep frying to give them a "crisp".
My plan is making in the order of...
Classic: Franks Red Hot Sauce with a little Dave's Insanity for good measure.
Sweet Mustard: Brown sugar glazed with Grey Poupon.
White: Parmesan / Garlic sauce....only Black pepper for the warmth.
Jamaican: I have some authentic "Jerk" sauce straight from Jamaica... the real deal.

Bring it on you SOB's... I AM ON IT!!!
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Re: So....Whatcha Eating?
« Reply #4575 on: March 15, 2019, 08:09:17 PM »
Trash one pot dinner, yellow rice with mushrooms and shrimp. Clean up is easy, four legged dishwashers in pot scrubber mode.  ;)
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Re: So....Whatcha Eating?
« Reply #4576 on: March 15, 2019, 09:54:16 PM »
Those of us "Frequent Fliers" here on the Foodie gate know I am an officer and occasionally cook for the local Elks Lodge.
 Tomorrow night (Saturday) is a "Wings" competition.
While my personal best for Chillie recipe always seems to come in "Peoples Choice" but never wins....How the heck does that happen?
So, I am now stacking the deck to my favor.
I am making 4... yes FOUR entries with EVERY crock-pot I own prepped an on the ready... Playing to the Judges this time.  ;)
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Tomorrow I will be baking them in the oven, and then deep frying to give them a "crisp".
My plan is making in the order of...
Classic: Franks Red Hot Sauce with a little Dave's Insanity for good measure.
Sweet Mustard: Brown sugar glazed with Grey Poupon.
White: Parmesan / Garlic sauce....only Black pepper for the warmth.
Jamaican: I have some authentic "Jerk" sauce straight from Jamaica... the real deal.

Bring it on you SOB's... I AM ON IT!!!

wish I was a judge for this. good luck!
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Re: So....Whatcha Eating?
« Reply #4577 on: March 15, 2019, 10:18:00 PM »
Bring it on you SOB's... I AM ON IT!!!
The gloves are coming off!

Go get 'em, Scott!
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Re: So....Whatcha Eating?
« Reply #4578 on: March 15, 2019, 10:29:01 PM »
My oldest daughter (15) just had her confirmation tonight. After the service, we went to Romano's Pizza for dinner. It was my family of 5, my MIL, and Susan's brother and his family of 5. Romano's makes awesome pizza and baked haddock dinners. The haddock dinner came with a 2lb piece of fresh haddock, a mountain of rice pilaf, a very generous salad with their fantastic house dressing, and fresh, soft, super thick pita bread. We got 2 large cheese pizzas and a vegetarian. It came with 2 huge orders of fries and fresh garlic butter knotted bread.

I am stuffed!

Oh, the kids also had a large order of fried mozzarella sticks.
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Re: So....Whatcha Eating?
« Reply #4579 on: March 16, 2019, 09:54:48 AM »
Breakfast in  little while- woulda eaten but SWMBO wants to go out for breakfast, so for now..

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