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fishnbowljoe

It got pretty chilly this week, so I decided to make the seasons first batch of chili. Clever huh? 😉  In trying to be a little more health conscious, I used ground turkey. I also used tomatoes that our daughter in law canned from her garden, instead of tomato sauce and diced tomatoes. It turned out pretty darned good if I do say so myself. 😋

 

Biba! Joe

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markandrex

Oktoberfest!
 

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PaulO

I took brats out of the freezer to thaw in the fridge.  They should be cooked and done by 4:25 PM in time for Colts vs. Bears.  I have Oktoberfest items for sides too.

 

I love to make chili.  I start a day ahead, soaking dried beans, then cook in crock pot, adding everything else in stages after the beans are soft. 🙂 

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Mattk

I was planning on making borscht today. Which I already double meat for the wife. However she asked for more meat in the recipe again today. I'm not even sure if you can call it borscht anymore. 10x meat means half a ham, and two kielbasa with some beets. We are having this artery clogging abomination of awesome alongside some pierogies. I'm having a modest pour of WT 80 while cooking.

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Mattk

And finished

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Phil T

I almost made chili, but decided on ham and bean soup instead. Great Northern beans, ham cubes, water, and a big ham hock as a flavor enhancer. 6 hours in the slow cooker...done!!

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geclbxf
16 hours ago, Mattk said:

And finished

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looks great!   Are those homemade pierogi?

 

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Mattk
44 minutes ago, geclbxf said:

looks great!   Are those homemade pierogi?

 

I wish, but no, I didn't have that kind of time. Just the generic ones fried in butter.

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geclbxf
4 hours ago, Mattk said:

I wish, but no, I didn't have that kind of time. Just the generic ones fried in butter.

well they look great!   Hope you enjoyed

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Sgtspitter101
On 10/5/2020 at 5:36 AM, Phil T said:

I almost made chili, but decided on ham and bean soup instead. Great Northern beans, ham cubes, water, and a big ham hock as a flavor enhancer. 6 hours in the slow cooker...done!!

One of my favorite meals i can feed 4 people on for 2 meals x 3 days and still have scraps for 5 dollars.

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Clueby

We've been doing 3 Hello Fresh meals a week.  Its cut way down on our grocery store visits and its been good for portion control.  It's not the cheapest option but its not terrible.  With shipping it works out to about $10 per plate. The quality of the food and freshness has been pretty good.  Its nice making something with some unique ingredients (fig jam for example) that you don't have to buy an entire bottle of something to try.  It comes with everything you need except salt, pepper, and butter and oil if required. I got our first week free with a promo and got a 2nd week free when the delivery was 24 hours late.

 

This week's dinners are Bayou-Style Crispy Tilapia with Remoulade, Paprika Potato Wedges, and Mixed Greens, Honey-Butter BBQ Pork Cutlets with Mashed Sweet Potatoes, and Lemony Green Beans, and Crispy Parmesan Chicken with Garlic Herb Couscous and Lemon Roasted Carrots.

 

If anyone is interested in trying it I can send you a discount code.

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smokinjoe

Lunch at the Park to watch Braves on Jumbotron.  It’s been too long since having a delicious dog and a beer at the park, even if the game really isn’t here.  It was still great.  😋

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smokinjoe

Mrssmokinjoe whipped up some Stone ground grits, with butter, salt, and pepper.  Topped with a fried egg, and a couple pieces of bacon on the side for brunch.  😋

 

This is just what I need to get going on moving and stacking that cord of wood...

...or, a nap...  😁

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Mattk

It was a cold and rainy fall day here in Maryland. So I got started sipping early, and often I'll admit. On this episode of drunk cooking, "guinness braised tenderloin", brought to you by Rittenhouse. I drunk better when cook.

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fishnbowljoe

No trick or treating here, so my son and his family came over today. Lunch was Kentucky Legend ham, scalloped potatoes, and green beans. Supper was white chicken chili from the crockpot. Chocolate cake for desert.
 

With no trick or treating, the grandkids get to go home with a boatload of candy. That’s with us keeping  a bunch at our house for ‘em.  🤔
 

Biba! Joe

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