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I was tired of eating meals served in bowls, so I made hamburgers and fries. mmm food you eat without a fork or spoon.
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I was tired of eating meals served in bowls, so I made hamburgers and fries. mmm food you eat without a fork or spoon.
What you ate it with your hands.

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Bowls - cheap eaten needs something to put it in. The bowl on the right side is a teenager sized bowl. The bowl on the left is an average 2 cup cereal/soup bowl. Both were bought at Dollar Tree. We bought 8 of the 2 cup bowls a few days ago for $8 + tax. I didn't want to buy tacks, but I had to - they made me.

Tonight I'm making chicken strips and a side salad.
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Bowls - cheap eaten needs something to put it in. The bowl on the right side is a teenager sized bowl. The bowl on the left is an average 2 cup cereal/soup bowl. Both were bought at Dollar Tree. We bought 8 of the 2 cup bowls a few days ago for $8 + tax. I didn't want to buy tacks, but I had to - they made me.

Tonight I'm making chicken strips and a side salad.
I like a lot of the dollar store bowls and mugs myself. Low cost and some are fun colors. My favorite coffee mug is from there, sort f a primitive fruits and such design, slightly like some hispanic pottery. Also got a deeper bowl, perfect for stew and such, marked with the word "Grub" on it.

Everybody gots to have tacks, LOL.

Chicken strips sounds good.
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Had a surplus supply of potatoes carrots onions and limp celery.
The are in the 6 quart pressure cooker as we speak and will go with the giant pot of gravy and stuffed peppers I somehow ended up with.
Cooking at 15 pounds for 12 minutes.

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Temps will drop some, so thinking a nice pot of spaghetti will do the trick. Clouded over prtty good already. Enough spaghetti for tonight and tomorrow, since it's always better the next day and I love it fried, too, the next day.
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Went to the butcher shop yesterday and picked up a 11lb pork roast to dissect and morph into a cracklin covered log for supper. I deboned it and put half of the meat in the freezer for later use. I seasoned the inside and it's been marinating in the fridge since yesterday. It's gonna slow roast on the Showtime grill again. I'm getting hungry just thinking about it, it's been a while since I made the last one.
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I love pork! It's cold and rainy here and seems right for soup. Heading to the kitchen to see what's on hand.
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Jeepers, rajun, the last time you tortured us with that, I drooled on my keyboard!

You are so lucky I do not live closer, you'd find an old lady on your doorstep, telling you I was an inspector and would have to take your cooked pork to the lab for tests!!
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LOL!! Cook one in the oven, it'll work.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RPAzpj5OiSM
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LOL!! Cook one in the oven, it'll work.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RPAzpj5OiSM
I have him on subscribe for some time now, but that video....you are just mean, rajun, mean!!!!! I could hear him crunching away....
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OH what a busy afternoon but I got everything cooked to perfection. Unknown to me I had to cook fish for my older cousin and she wanted a couvion(court boullion) so I had to make it happen. It started with just catfish but it wasn't enough to feed 7 people so I added shrimp.

I did cook the roast pork log too and it came out great. FYI===== Colmans Mustard is a must have in the house. It's like a mustard/horseradish spread and it's just a little sweet to cut the sour. You have to try it to appreciate the flavor.
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Colman's dried mustard is a staple. Haven't had the prepared in a while. Guess I should pick some up...
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