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    Quote Originally Posted by cudarunner View Post
    Several years ago my oldest daughter asked for my meatball recipe which I gladly gave her. A week or two later she called and said they didn't come out like mine. I asked her if she had simmered them for a couple of hours in the sauce and she said no, she's just warmed them in some Prego. I told her that's why they didn't come out anywhere near like mine as they needed the sauce to flavor them and at the same time the meatballs would flavor the sauce.

    She said that was too much trouble.
    Cooking isn't for everyone. But there shouldn't be any mystery either. It's just a series of small steps done correctly. A jar of Prego is one done incorrectly. But those three words, "too much trouble", that's where it all falls apart.
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    Oven Baked plantains,sweet potato and potato fries with fish all seasoned with home made Cajun seasoning Mmmmm comfort food !

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    Boy, I've been thinking about a plate of fresh fried perch as of lately. That's going on the menu real soon after seeing that. [emoji39]
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    I try to have at least two meat-free dinners per week and tonight it's
    spinach and ricotta cannelloni.
    Unfortunately, too much sauce and grated cheese usually gets dumped
    on the tubes before going into the oven ...One day I'll learn !!
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    Quote Originally Posted by bongo View Post
    I try to have at least two meat-free dinners per week and tonight it's
    spinach and ricotta cannelloni.
    Unfortunately, too much sauce and grated cheese usually gets dumped
    on the tubes before going into the oven ...One day I'll learn !!

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    The amount of sauce and cheese looks just right to me.
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    Last Nights Dinner.

    I had the most delicious Veil Burger with oven chips (salt ,vinegar, ketchup, mayo ..

    She had Noodles in soup . Don't let the pictures fool you. The soup tasted amazing

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    My youngest daughter and the two young grandkids were here for the day yesterday. I'd taken the old fashioned luncheon meat that I'd made here out of the freezer the night before so we could have sandwiches for lunch:

    Cast iron?

    I sliced the meat and my daughter made the sandwiches. She'd asked what the meat was and I told her pork. Well we'd just started to eat and my daughter took her first bite and I asked how it was and she said "It's really good" and resumed chewing. I said, well you can tell people that you've eaten headcheese.

    The chewing stopped, the eyes went straight ahead and a look of horror appeared on her face. I quickly added "Don't worry I didn't actually use a pig's head. A look of relief appeared on her face and then a little laughter. She seemed OK when I told her how it was made.

    Both she and my 8 year old grandson had two sandwiches, so I did alright. In fact she said she'd like to help make some next time.

    Damn was that look on her face Priceless!

    Sorry for no pics but I thought that she'd get suspicious if I had the camera out when we started to eat.
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    We were on the move most yesterday, out picking up the new car and visiting my folks, so dinner was a bit of a plug together.

    Hot and sour chicken noodle soup

    Steak with mashed potato, fried shroom and onions and a tomato and red wine sauce.

    Cheeeeeeeese.

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    Doing my gourmet burgs tonite. Folks rave over these once they've eatin one.
    The last bottle is "Wrights" hickory liquid smoke.

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    As I won't have time to take a picture after, a couple of huge filets paired with potatoes, salad, and family label red wine!
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    Why doesn't the taco truck drive around the neighborhood selling tacos & margaritas???

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