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The only hot dogs I like are Hebrew National or Nathans kosher hot dogs.  I also like Johnsonville Brats (when I can afford to buy them).  Never ate Kielbasa.

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Healthy food costs too much.

 

I agree, which is why we use all the coupons we can.  At present we have four coupons from Macdonalds but we won''t be using them as they are the leading purveyors of junk food, and I believe they support sodomites.

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Deep fried perch and pickerel....with french fries of course.  I realize deep frying isn't the healthiest method of cooking fish but it is sure the tastiest!  We consume a lot of wild game and fish and most of our meat has not been injected with any hormones or chemicals to speed their growth.  We are a hunting family and catch most of what we consume.  :)

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We had hamburgers (with fresh 'maters - num!), hot dogs, potato salad, and corn on the cob yesterday.  That's typical picnic fare on days like Labor Day.  

 

SFIC - did you know you can get instant grits?  My first experience with them (instant) was when I was in college in FL many, many moons ago...I was feeding a little girl at my day care job.  She loved them so much, she rubbed them all over herself.  sigh.  Took me quite a long time to get her cleaned up.  They just stick to EVERYTHING.  Little tiny balls of ick all over the place!  Linda, you're right, Cream of Wheat is a completely different texture (and flavor, to me).  I do like CoW very much.  But I don't think there is anything that can be done to grits to make me like them.  

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Today, while we were doing our monthly shopping at Walmart, I found some ground chicken.  So we bought a roll of it and I'm going to try that with some "Chicken Helper" tomorrow.  From the directions on the box, it looks like I'm going to have to do a lot of improvising.

 

I agree LuAnne, there is nothing that can be done to grits to make me like them.  I told Ron that he can buy Instant grits....but he has to fix them.

 

Has anyone tried this new spread (not sure how new it is) called "Nutella"?  We bought a jar of it today and it's pretty good.  Can't get that too often, it's pretty pricey.

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Today, while we were doing our monthly shopping at Walmart, I found some ground chicken.  So we bought a roll of it and I'm going to try that with some "Chicken Helper" tomorrow.  From the directions on the box, it looks like I'm going to have to do a lot of improvising.  We use the Helper stuff pretty often (maybe four times a month...or more) because we can usually find a good sale on them.  But I find that adding a bit here and there really makes it much better!

 

I agree LuAnne, there is nothing that can be done to grits to make me like them.  I told Ron that he can buy Instant grits....but he has to fix them. Sounds like our house.   :clapping: 

 

Has anyone tried this new spread (not sure how new it is) called "Nutella"?  We bought a jar of it today and it's pretty good.  Can't get that too often, it's pretty pricey. I'm not too fond of hazelnut, so I don't care for Nutella.  Surprisingly, even my hubby doesn't much like it.  I though he would, because he will eat just about anything (such a pleasure to cook for!), but no.  And, yes, it's pretty pricey here, too.

Made a taco pizza for hubby dear last night, but I was kinda feeling punkish so I had toast. It was good - cinnamon raisin. Num!

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My Chicken Helper meal looks like it will turn out pretty good.  Ground chicken has a little bit more fat than the 85-15 ground turkey...but I took care of that problem by adding about 3 tbsp. of all purpose flour to the water added and it absorbed alot  of the excess fat.  Then I added a cup of frozen mixed veggies, chopped onion and garlic cloves, a tad of salt and pepper.  I'll let you guys know after we eat it.

 

It was delicious!

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My mother in law could not eat frozen vegetables, they made her very ill, at times I thought she was dying.  It got to the stage when if we ate out, we had to ask if there were any frozen vegetables on the menu.  One restaurant said "Madam we do not use any frozen food."   It seems that only green food like peas and beans affected her.  My Aunt who worked at the government chemist where they test food, said there was nothing added to frozen food.  However we went to a family wedding and my m-i-l was extremely ill.  We asked the caterers if there were any frozen vegetables in the meal and they said the Brussels Sprouts were frozen.

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Today I did omelettes and salad, quick and easy and cheap.  

Approximate pricing.

3 free range eggs,  70p (I have two eggs, my wife one)

Onion  2p

Grated Cheddar  10p

Smoked bacon lardons 10p

Mushroom 5p

Tomato, from the garden.

Watercress  25p

Butter for frying  5p

 

Total for two omelettes and salad.  £1.27 or about $1.70. 

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