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Team Sergeant 04-16-2011 08:37

Who's making what today?
 
Who's making what today?

I'm thinking chili....with a mix of beef and pork.

Tatonka316 04-16-2011 09:36

... I'm making the gun extraveganza (... or at least starting it!) for the one, the ONLY - The Reaper!!!:D:eek::p

molon labe:lifter

wet dog 04-16-2011 09:51

Pancakes, bacon strips, eggs, country style potatoes, coffee (black).

SF_BHT 04-16-2011 09:56

Making Gumbo to fill up before our night Dive tonight.......

Need the energy ......;)

Pete 04-16-2011 10:18

Working on Chilie
 
Was working on trying a batch of chillie but the wife vetoed it.

Front moving through late this afternoon with rain so it looks like the grill is out.

Might just run up to Food Lion and get some pork chops and kraut. Go good with mashed taters, gravy and peas. Got to have peas with mashed taters and gravy. Little taters and gravy on the fork, flip, dip in the peas and away you go.

Tress 04-16-2011 10:42

.....Not.....
 
Not making anything today since it is my birthday. I was going to cook some of the trout caught today (opening day of trout season), but with the weather having changed, plans have also changed and will be going to the local Thai restaurant

Sten 04-16-2011 11:17

Brineing a chicken Peruvian chicken tomorrow. I really need to learn to home deep fry so I can do the yuka fries too.

Gypsy 04-16-2011 11:18

Chicken noodle soup for my aunt who's sick.

And for me either Pesto bean soup or peas with pasta soup...an old family favorite. It's definitely chilly enough for chili today, though.

Pete 04-16-2011 12:25

Spam
 
Well that came out better than I thought it would.

Wife and kids were gone and I was getting a little hungry. Nothing that really went together.

I pulled out a can of Spam, cubed it up fairly small, put it in a fry pan with a little oil to crunch up a bit. When it was just about done put some of the M-I-L's left over Coleslaw on a couple of flour tortillas, nuked that for 40 seconds, put the fried Spam on top and gave the works a couple of shots of yellow mustard.

The flavors went together pretty good.

echoes 04-16-2011 13:03

Made Chef Penn's Mac and Cheese, my sis's new favorite dish! All I can say is she is very picky about what she eats, and when cooking for blind folks, the arouma and flavors are more important than presentation. ;)

His recipe knocks all others out of the park...(and goes great with fried chicken!)

http://www.professionalsoldiers.com/...acaroni+cheese

2# of Macaroni
1# of Velveeta Cheese
5oz. Of Phial. Cream Cheese
4oz. Heavy Cream
2oz. Reggiano Parm.
1oz. Sweet Butter

Step 1
Cook the Macaroni
Step 2
In a Large Bowl over a double boiler combine all the ingredients. Stir occasionally until smooth.
Step 3
Pour on top of the Cooked Macaroni and drained Macaroni. Stir to incorporate.
Step 4
Add the butter and again mix well. Place in bowls.

Snaquebite 04-16-2011 13:11

Gorganzola stuffed prok chops with fresh chives and bacon, fried green tomatos, and re potato salad.

PSM 04-16-2011 14:08

Chili, also, but I'm cheating. Carroll Shelby's Chili Mix with Jimmy Dean's Hot Sausage. Then again, we are camping on our dirt in AZ. ;)

Pat

mojaveman 04-16-2011 14:26

Just put a nice frozen cheese and spinach pizza in the oven. :p

Cynic 04-16-2011 16:04

Saturday is Mama's day off! But for a lazy Sunday evening we will have Mexican vegetable soup garnished with tortilla chips, accompanied by rustic multigrain boule.


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