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Re: What's cooking in your home in July 2019?

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I am envious.  I don’t think there is anything better than fresh berries with whipping cream.  

I was tired when I got home from MRI appointment so, I ordered a salami and onion pizza.  Hope I don’t regret later tonight or tomorrow!  

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good morning everyone. mousiegirl. yes she puts red pepper flakes and some times she puts some garlic powder. she reapplys it like weekly.

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@trenet wrote:

@mousiegirl 

I am envious.  I don’t think there is anything better than fresh berries with whipping cream.  

I was tired when I got home from MRI appointment so, I ordered a salami and onion pizza.  Hope I don’t regret later tonight or tomorrow!  


 

 

@trenet   I agree re the berries.  I used to make a lemon curd sauce for fresh berries and then top with whipped cream, delicious.  Lol, I know what you mean re pizza.

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Our supper was turkey and gravy, cranberry sauce, mashed potatoes, corn and salad.   

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Hello everyone - as is beginning to be the case, not much cooking being done here. Sure makes a difference when there are no kids here. Sad in so many ways, but easier on this old soul.

 

Am again planning to fix veggies in a WOK - really enjoy them and they are easy to fix and always taste good!!!

 

Hope all have had a good day

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good afternoon everyone. winifred. you didnt mention anything about the earthquakes so that means you were unaffected so that good and i hope everyone else is ok to.yestauday maria made a vegi and bacon chowder and today chicken cutlets and mashed potatoes both very good.i had a bag of strawberries and a bag of rhubard in the freezer so i cooked the rhubarb with orange juice, sugar i then processed it so it was smooth and not stringy and chilled it. i cut up strawberrys and mixed with sugar made whipped creme. we layered it in serving dish. it came out really good. hope everyone has  great rest or the week.

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DH finally bought a pellet grill. He's been off since the 3rd & goes back to work Mon. He's making a whole chicken he quartered & bbq wings on the pellet grill today. 

Have potato salad, creamed corn, bbq beans, jalapeno poppers & salad for me for sides. Will have enough to eat til he goes back to work except he wants to make a steak this weekend.

I also have some watermelon, honeycrisp apples, red grapes & bananas. Yum!!! I rather eat fruit than all the sides.

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DH finally bought a pellet grill. He's been off since the 3rd & goes back to work Mon. He's making a whole chicken he quartered & bbq wings on the pellet grill today. 

Have potato salad, creamed corn, bbq beans, jalapeno poppers & salad for me for sides. Will have enough to eat til he goes back to work except he wants to make a steak this weekend.

I also have some watermelon, honeycrisp apples, red grapes & bananas. Yum!!! I rather eat fruit than all the sides.


@Nightowlz ......
I LOVE fruit......currently have bananas, clementines, cherries, grapes, watermelon, honeydew, mangoes, UFO peaches.......what is a pellet grill ?

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@Danky wrote:

@Nightowlz wrote:

DH finally bought a pellet grill. He's been off since the 3rd & goes back to work Mon. He's making a whole chicken he quartered & bbq wings on the pellet grill today. 

Have potato salad, creamed corn, bbq beans, jalapeno poppers & salad for me for sides. Will have enough to eat til he goes back to work except he wants to make a steak this weekend.

I also have some watermelon, honeycrisp apples, red grapes & bananas. Yum!!! I rather eat fruit than all the sides.


@Nightowlz ......
I LOVE fruit......currently have bananas, clementines, cherries, grapes, watermelon, honeydew, mangoes, UFO peaches.......what is a pellet grill ?


@Danky 

 

Still trying to get good peaches here. Cunningham's out of Colorado always bring in some twice during the season but not until next month.

Waiting to see if a guy goes to get another load so we can get some from him until Cunningham's delivers.

I don't buy peaches at the grocery store. We wait on these & buy them by the case.

A pellet grill that uses wood pellets for the smoking method. They make them by Treager, Pit Boss Rec Tech etc. He bought the Pit Boss since it has a flame broiler on it he wants to use when he cooks steaks etc. It won't have as much smoke flavor but at my age that's the way I have to eat it now.

He gave his huge offset smoker to his nephew.

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Pooky1 for the first time since I have moved to California - 1960 - I NEVER felt either earthquake. Weird.