Whats For Supper?

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  1. grocerythrower

    grocerythrower Well-Known Member

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    Thank you! I love cabbage, if I could marry it and hold it forever dear I would, its one of my favorite foods, I even love the stink!
     
  2. ABFer

    ABFer Well-Known Member

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    The before, or the after?
     
  3. sharpshooter

    sharpshooter Well-Known Member

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    I guess you never worked on a cabbage farm..lol. I actually do like cabbage, it just brings back unpleasant memories
     
  4. bigbird42368

    bigbird42368 Super Moderator Staff Member

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    we worked on a cabbage farm when i was real young too
     
  5. xeastend

    xeastend Well-Known Member

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    I was in the Pilot in Milford,Ct on sat am. Bumped into Billy Gibbons there. Think they just finished a show in RI. Lot of busses
     
  6. bigbird42368

    bigbird42368 Super Moderator Staff Member

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    it's amazing how these guys are still popping up, Still touring and doing TV shows, my 2 oldest brothers saw them in concert @Sturgis bike ralley 3 yrs ago
     
  7. grocerythrower

    grocerythrower Well-Known Member

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    Before is the best, no one in this house seems to care for the after, as funny as I think it is, all the girls don't find much humor in it.
     
  8. grocerythrower

    grocerythrower Well-Known Member

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    You mean to tell me there are two other fellows that are as big and mean looking as you?
     
  9. bigbird42368

    bigbird42368 Super Moderator Staff Member

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    4 of them, I am 6'2" and 300 lbs and the smallest, My oldest is also a trucker and 6'4" 325
     
  10. bigbird42368

    bigbird42368 Super Moderator Staff Member

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    BTW having left over Chicken Pot Pie for supper
     
  11. grocerythrower

    grocerythrower Well-Known Member

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    Dang!!!!!!
     
  12. bigbird42368

    bigbird42368 Super Moderator Staff Member

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    i am in the middle, my 4 brothers and sister, i had 1 sister pass away, all of them drove trucks at one time or the other except one on far right, he works for Boeing(Spirit ) for the last 27 yrs
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  13. sharpshooter

    sharpshooter Well-Known Member

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    Imagine Ben Cartwright having 4 Hoss's...that's the Bigbird family..lol
     
  14. WildHeart

    WildHeart Well-Known Member

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    I am currently browning a roast for dinner, in a bit of onion and bacon grease...going to throw it in the crockpot for dinner with some veggies.

    However, I am eating homegrown,home canned peach-plum jam on homemade freshly baked bread....holy mana from heaven...someone save me from the 800lbs I will become...
     
  15. sharpshooter

    sharpshooter Well-Known Member

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    You'd probably like this

    Ice Cream Bread

    2 cups of your favorite ice cream, softened
    1 and 1/2 cups of self rising flour

    Preheat your oven to 350 degrees. Grease and flour an 8×4 inch loaf pan. Mix the ice cream and flour together in a bowl just until combined. Smooth it out so it looks even. Bake for 45 minutes or until toothpick inserted comes out clean. Cool for a while and then serve.

    Chunky Monkey Ice Cream Bread (2 loaves or 1 large loaf)

    2 pints Ben & Jerry's Chunky Monkey, softened or melted
    3 cups self-rising flour
    1 very ripe banana, chopped
    1 chocolate bar, chopped
    Handful of walnuts, chopped

    Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Grease and flour bread pan, or line with parchment paper. Mix melted ice cream and flour until well combined. Add chocolate, banana and nuts. Pour into prepared bread pan. Bake for 45 minutes per loaf or 60-90 minutes for a larger double loaf. If the top starts to brown too much, cover it with aluminum foil and continue to bake. The bread
    is done when a skewer inserted into the middle comes out clean.
     
  16. sharpshooter

    sharpshooter Well-Known Member

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    Or turn your roast into this?? ( I like crockpot stuff..lol)


    Spanish Tortilla Crockpot Roast

    Ingredients:

    1 Chuck Pot Roast - Boneless 3 to 4 lb.
    1 pkg. Tortilla Soup Mix
    3 cans Rotel Original 10 oz. cans
    1 Bell Pepper - Sliced
    1 Onion - Sliced
    8 oz. Shredded Cheddar Cheese
    6 Soft Corn Tortillas for the pot & extras for your dish.
    1/2 cup water
    2 Tbsp. - butter
    4 oz. can Diced Green Chiles
    Sour Cream & Sliced Jalapenos for topping

    Directions:

    Make Layers in Crockpot in the following order:
    1 can Rotel (DO NOT DRAIN)
    1/2 of Sliced Bell Pepper
    1/2 of Sliced Onion
    1/2 of can Diced Green Chiles
    1/2 pkg Tortilla Soup Mix (DRY MIX)
    3 Soft Corn Tortillas ( place the whole tortillas spread on top of last layer)
    1/2 of the Shredded Cheddar Cheese - sprinkle cheese evenly (more if you want cheesier)
    Then add your Boneless Chuck Roast (3 to 4 lb. any roast will do)
    Repeat the above layers then use your last can of Rotel and pour down the sides.
    Pour your 1/2 cup of water down the sides.
    Put your 2 Tbsp. Butter on top.
    If you like you can always add more cheese on very top!

    Cook in your Crockpot on Low Setting for 6 hours.
    After 6 hours the roast was so tender It just fell apart!
    Put in bowls and if you choose top with Shredded Cheese, Sour Cream and Slice(s) of Jalapeno.
    I took some of the tortillas and cut into 1/4ths, fried them and put them on the sides.
     
  17. WildHeart

    WildHeart Well-Known Member

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    Sharpshooter, those look very interesting to try... and you're not helping me stay away from that 800lb mark... LOL!
     
  18. bigbird42368

    bigbird42368 Super Moderator Staff Member

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    wife worked late so we had Subway...cold cut on flatbread toasted
     
  19. ABFer

    ABFer Well-Known Member

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    For some reason he looks a lot happier than the rest, think it could be his career choice?
     
  20. Road Dust

    Road Dust Mrs Ricky Ricardo

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    Well I never got to do the cabbage steak recipe like I wanted, since I had forgotten to get one at the store. It's on my grocery list for next time though. I ended up having tomato soup and grill cheese that day instead. Yesterday I made myself a cheese quesadilla, which I eat quite often. Not only are they delicious, they are quick and easy as well. Just put a tiny little bit of oil in my iron skillet; just enough to grease it up a little, then lay a flour tortilla flat in the pan on low heat and pile on some shredded cheese like monterey jack, cheddar, mozzarella, etc, and some onions and pepper if you want. You could even add some meat. I just add onion. As the tortilla warms and softens some, fold it over like an omelette and brown it on each side slowly to allow the cheese to melt. Put it on a plate and top it with what ever you like. I shredded up some baby spinach leaves, and layered with salsa and sour cream.



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