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Old 10-20-2020, 17:25   #1261
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Really did not need the third rack but hey no extra effort required. Trust me when I say they were good.

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Rack priapism...man those look good !
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Old 10-20-2020, 17:41   #1262
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Really did not need the third rack but hey no extra effort required. Trust me when I say they were good.

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Of course you did. Looks delicious!!
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Old 10-20-2020, 21:51   #1263
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Really did not need the third rack but hey no extra effort required. Trust me when I say they were good.

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You just spurred me to action. I found several racks in our garage freezer the other day that need tender loving care. I swear that I can smell yours from here!
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Old 11-11-2020, 01:10   #1264
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For lunch: Southern fried chicken hearts and gizzards with hot wings dipping sauce. So good!
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Old 11-11-2020, 07:20   #1265
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For lunch: Southern fried chicken hearts and gizzards with hot wings dipping sauce. So good!
Sounds wonderful! This is Gizzard day at KFC I may have to go to town. Did you ever make those ribs? Happy Veterans Day!
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Old 11-11-2020, 11:20   #1266
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Sounds wonderful! This is Gizzard day at KFC I may have to go to town. Did you ever make those ribs? Happy Veterans Day!
Nope. They're still taking up room in the freezer. (In fact, my wife just went to town to buy us an upright freezer to go with our two 30 cu ft French Door fridge/freezers. It's going to be worse next year. ) Our son's coming home for Thanksgiving so, if the weather is warm enough, I'll fire up the smoker then.
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Old 11-11-2020, 19:16   #1267
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Got a nice rack of st louis style ribs smoked with a sidebox full of applewood chunks - pulled them off about 30 minutes before it started raining
corn on the cob and air-fried potatoes to cover the rest of the plate...

...washed it down with a little "19 Crimes: The Uprising"
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Old 11-11-2020, 21:03   #1268
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...washed it down with a little "19 Crimes: The Uprising"
Given the times, and the history, what an appropriate finish to such a repast.
Salud!
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Old 11-11-2020, 22:26   #1269
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A red blend aged in rum barrels - 10 bucks at walmart
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Old 11-25-2020, 13:52   #1270
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Thanksgiving...What are you having...

Happy Thanksgiving Eve....Okay, since I'm alone for Thanksgiving again, let me know what goodies you guys are having tomorrow...I'll start:

Baked Lemon Rosemary Chicken
Roasted Root Vegetables and Mushrooms
Strawberry Shortcake
Wine...Wine....Wine...Wine....and more Wine....

My cat's going to enjoy his din din.....Lol....

But tonight....Medium Rare Bleu Cheeseburger on a brioche roll with fried onions...and wine....wine...wine...wine..wine....Giddy up....
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Old 11-25-2020, 15:05   #1271
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Enjoy, Rita!

My wife bought a 14# bird because our son was coming but, with NM's problems, he'd have to 14 day quarantine when he got back to CO so he's going to wait until Christmas.

Haven't settled on how to do the bird. I'd like to smoke it but it's been pretty windy here the last few day so it may go in the oven.

Turkey gravy

Mashed Sweet potato

Broccoli with cheese sauce

Cranberry sauce

ETA: Wife just put sage dressing back on the menu (looks like we're going to have a lot of leftovers for just 2 people)

No dessert
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Old 11-25-2020, 16:03   #1272
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Cajun Fried Turkey - from Popeyes Fried Chicken
Sweet Potato Casserole
Cornbread Dressing - made in crock pot
Green Bean Casserole
Home made cranberry sauce (my contribution!)
Sister Schuberts Dinner Rolls
Pumpkin Pie
Sweet Tea

I'll be making andouille and turkey gumbo with the leftover turkey on Friday.

One finger up to any gov't weasel or neighborhood karens who disapproves of our gathering...
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Old 11-25-2020, 19:02   #1273
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Enjoy, Rita!

My wife bought a 14# bird because our son was coming but, with NM's problems, he'd have to 14 day quarantine when he got back to CO so he's going to wait until Christmas.

Haven't settled on how to do the bird. I'd like to smoke it but it's been pretty windy here the last few day so it may go in the oven.

Turkey gravy

Mashed Sweet potato

Broccoli with cheese sauce

Cranberry sauce

ETA: Wife just put sage dressing back on the menu (looks like we're going to have a lot of leftovers for just 2 people)

No dessert
That sounds awesome lol. You’ll be having leftovers for a bit ha. I’m not a fan of Turkey, but smoked would be tasty. I rarely eat meat, but every once in awhile I crave medium rare burgers lol. I eat low carb so no rolls, potatoes or stuffing. I’m so stuffed now from that bleu cheese burger. It’s hard for me to eat stuff like that anymore. Ugggh I now have a tummy ache 😣 Have a wonderful Thanksgiving
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Old 11-25-2020, 19:02   #1274
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Having all the usual fare at my Cousin's tomorrow, limited gathering of 10. I'm on desserts this year so it's Pumpkin Pie, Apple Cider donut cake with sugar cinnamon topping and peanut butter cookies dipped in dark chocolate ganache. What..too much?

You can never have too many leftovers so on Friday I'm cooking for myself

Roast turkey breast
Cornbread dressing
Orange cranberry sauce
Roasted Brussels sprouts
Scallopini potatoes (thank you Trader Joe's)
Stuffed artichoke
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Old 11-25-2020, 19:05   #1275
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Cajun Fried Turkey - from Popeyes Fried Chicken
Sweet Potato Casserole
Cornbread Dressing - made in crock pot
Green Bean Casserole
Home made cranberry sauce (my contribution!)
Sister Schuberts Dinner Rolls
Pumpkin Pie
Sweet Tea

I'll be making andouille and turkey gumbo with the leftover turkey on Friday.

One finger up to any gov't weasel or neighborhood karens who disapproves of our gathering...
Wow that’s sounds fantastic lol. Nice on the andouille/ Turkey gumbo. Bahaha “F” those neighborhood Karen’s and enjoy your Thanksgiving with your family
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