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Hey grandpa...what's fer supper?   Sauteed chicken Fryin' in the pan Just a li'l pepper Shook from a can Sliced up purdy A work of art And corn on the cOB Fresh from Walmart   yuuuum yuuuuu

Someone told me today to "stuff it" sooooo...tonight its Stuffed Cornish Game Hens, Cheddar and Pico stuffed Mushrooms, and baked potato with all the stuffings.  After the Strawberry Shortcake for des

Homemade tacos tonight.  

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Turned my 3 day Memorial Day weekend into a 4 day weekend by working some extra yesterday and this morning.  Now I am heading into the mountains to commune with God and his awesomecreation, so tonight will be campfire food; hotdogs, brauts, beans, baked potatoes in the fire coals.  Of course smores for dessert.  I will of course be bringing some sauerkraut, because having hotdogs and brauts without sauerkraut would be sacrilege.

 

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Wild Turkey harvested just this week during the spring turkey season, and wild onions, with lambs quarters (kind of a wild spinach).  By the way, wild turkey doesn't taste anything like the butterball you get from the store. 

 

A small trivia note about wild turkey's.  Did you know that Benjamin Franklin campaigned hard for the wild turkey to be the official U.S. Bird instead of the Bald Eagle?  He was defeated by only 3 votes!  

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Wild Turkey harvested just this week during the spring turkey season, and wild onions, with lambs quarters (kind of a wild spinach).  By the way, wild turkey doesn't taste anything like the butterball you get from the store. 

 

A small trivia note about wild turkey's.  Did you know that Benjamin Franklin campaigned hard for the wild turkey to be the official U.S. Bird instead of the Bald Eagle?  He was defeated by only 3 votes!  

 

Sounds delish, Brother Garry.  

Yes, I knew that piece of trivia.  I am glad he lost the vote.  :)

Last Night's Supper:  Succotash  and salad.

Today's Supper:  Church luncheon fellowship.  The theme for the luncheon is "Potluck."  I am bringing potatoes.

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Did you cook the potatoes first, Candlelight?  :biggrin:

 

I'm having stir-fry made with random vegetables I had lying around in the fridge (leftover rice/dumpling mixture, eggplant, snow peas, cabbage, radish, and I added scrambled eggs). It's time to go shopping again.  :bawling:

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LOL  Li Bia Jai:)  I will be peeling and cutting the potatoes in a 1/2 hour then cook them for 1 - 1 1/2 hours.  I got up extra early to check in on OB, then I will do the preparations for our luncheon.  

Mmmm.  Love stir fry.

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Last Sunday for lunch I had three vegetarians to cater for instead of one..  There were four altogether but my daughter brought veggie food for her 1 year old with her, so I did a vegetable stew.

 

Tonight I had egg, bacon and tomato.

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Had the most incredible homemade "camp style' beef stew tonight with sweet cornbread made in a cast iron skillet that was out of this world.  Iced tea with NO SUGAR in it, and strawberry rhubarb pie for dessert.

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Bratwurst and sauerkraut with Inglehoffers deli mustard with horseradish hips, raw vegetables (broccoli, cauliflower, mushrooms, carrots, celery) with dip, and watermelon.  Fresh picked Bing Cherries from the U-Pick orchards here in Oregon for dessert.  

 

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Inspired by a cooking program on the Food Channel that has expert chefs in competition to create appetizing meals out of a wide variety of seemingly unrelated random ingredients, I decided to clean out my refrigerator and create a delicious meal out of whatever I encountered in the refrigerator that hadn't became a sentient being.  After putting on a HazMat suit, I was ready to go in.  Things I learned...1.  You can put almost anything into a burrito shell and with enough salsa and cheese, make it delicious.  2.  If it's not delicious, then just turn up the heat on the salsa until your taste buds are fried and all you can think of is drinking Lake Michigan dry.  3.  Learn to cook portions that can be appropriately consumed in ONE sitting.  4.  Get a dog that loves table scraps.

 

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A Korean friend of mine told me Sunday at church to come by her house last night - she gave me a plate full of delicious homemade egg rolls.  She is famous at our church for her egg rolls...and they are SOOOOOO good!  My hubby was thrilled to hear what we were having for dinner.  Of course, he needed more, so I made him a salad and some sausage and beans.  And we'll have the rest of the egg rolls for lunch. Num, num!

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Fresh razorback clams dug up by friends this morning who just got back from Vancouver WA.  Those were soooooo good breaded, and for me (the others have no taste) doused in Malt Vinegar  Homemade cornbread hushpuppies, and steamed vegetables.  Cherries are in full season now here, so we have homemade u-pick Bing Cherry ice cream with chucks of Dove Dark Chocolate thrown in.

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Fresh razorback clams dug up by friends this morning who just got back from Vancouver WA.  Those were soooooo good breaded, and for me (the others have no taste) doused in Malt Vinegar  Homemade cornbread hushpuppies, and steamed vegetables.  Cherries are in full season now here, so we have homemade u-pick Bing Cherry ice cream with chucks of Dove Dark Chocolate thrown in.

 

Brother Garry, you are the head chef on OB.  Your posts on food, make my mouth salivate.  Yum!

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Beef roast, mashed potatoes & gravy, carrots, green beans for lunch.  For supper, took some friends out for pizza as a good-bye. They are leaving today to head to New York where he is going to be asst. pastor for while before he becomes the pastor.  Good pizza and good fellowship, but we'll miss them.

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Beef roast, mashed potatoes & gravy, carrots, green beans for lunch.  For supper, took some friends out for pizza as a good-bye. They are leaving today to head to New York where he is going to be asst. pastor for while before he becomes the pastor.  Good pizza and good fellowship, but we'll miss them.

 

Where bout's in New York HC?  I am taking my son to NYC in September as a graduation gift from college.  We are also visiting friends there.

 

Tonight's Supper:  Lamb chops, mashed potatoes and corn.

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Saturday night....wild game dinner....venison, pork, baked beans, and coleslaw

Sunday......leftover venison and a hunk of goose meat with a piece of #6 or #4 lead shot still in it....

.....that was certainly crunchy

 

Tonight....prOBably Hardees :(

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