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20 hours ago, Matt Souza said:

This is whats for dinner tonight. 

https://www.bearsbbq.com/

Do they have bear meat? There is a Black Bear here - when we first moved here, Randy wanted to try it out. He was disappointed they didn't serve bear. Now there's a new restaurant with Elk in the name...he's hoping they'll serve elk. 😄

 

With a snowstorm that's gone on all day long, the best thing for supper? Homemade soup, of course!

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My wife made something called Lentil Loaf last night. Now, I'm not much of a veggie person, I like some veggies but not as a main dish. I was pleasantly surprised that this was actually good. It looked very much like meatloaf and had the same consistency.

She served it with creamy mashed potatoes and a vegetable mixture of carrots, broccoli, and cauliflower. 

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7 hours ago, HappyChristian said:

Do they have bear meat? There is a Black Bear here - when we first moved here, Randy wanted to try it out. He was disappointed they didn't serve bear. Now there's a new restaurant with Elk in the name...he's hoping they'll serve elk. 😄

In most states it is not legal to sell or serve wild game. The exception would be farmed game meat. I have seen this kind of menu in some places.

It is Interesting that you have a Black Bear place up there. This small, but growing chain was first started here in Northern Calif. at Mount Shasta city.. They are known for serving good food that is comparable to home cooking and large portions.

In the last few years the chain has grown admirably. If they are way up in your location, then they stretch all the way from there down to Sacramento California.

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12 hours ago, Jim_Alaska said:

In most states it is not legal to sell or serve wild game. The exception would be farmed game meat. I have seen this kind of menu in some places.

It is Interesting that you have a Black Bear place up there. This small, but growing chain was first started here in Northern Calif. at Mount Shasta city.. They are known for serving good food that is comparable to home cooking and large portions.

In the last few years the chain has grown admirably. If they are way up in your location, then they stretch all the way from there down to Sacramento California.

Yes, it is that same chain. For the most part, the food is good. Most of the family likes the chicken fried steak. I'm not fond of it, though. I will have either the fish and chips or just salad when I go...unless it's breakfast. We get a free breakfast for our birthdays. Their special waffle - delicious!

Yes, I imagine there are laws about it. He did get some "wild meat" jerky in his stocking at Christmas - elk and bison. 

 

 

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7 hours ago, Jim_Alaska said:

My wife made something called Lentil Loaf last night. Now, I'm not much of a veggie person, I like some veggies but not as a main dish. I was pleasantly surprised that this was actually good. It looked very much like meatloaf and had the same consistency.

She served it with creamy mashed potatoes and a vegetable mixture of carrots, broccoli, and cauliflower. 

We do a lentil bake, from a 1932 vegetarian book originally belonging to my wife's mother.  It is quite popular in our family and usually served as an option at Christmas.  My wife had one for last Sunday,   

Today I did a spicy vegetable stew, consisting of practically every vegetable we had in the fridge, a 400g can of tomatoes, ½ a can of chick peas, a couple of veggie stock cubes, a couple of cloves of garlic and Ras El Hanout spice to taste. I also had chicken and merguez.  We often take  some of the liquid from the stew and make a hot sauce by adding harissa but I didn't get around to it today.

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1 hour ago, Invicta said:

Lambs liver, bacon and onions in gravy, with baked potato and steamed red cabbage.

I have never had lamb's liver Invicta. I am a liver lover and your meal sounds delicious. I can't ever remember even seeing lamb's liver in a store.

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I like lambs liver, in our supermarkets it seems to be the only choice, except perhaps chicken, liver now and again. Lambs liver is fairly cheap and makes a meal.  But they are not really butchers.  I asked last week if they disd marrow bones and the "butcher"  said "No, we just get the meat in."

I can remember when we were first married, seeing all the carcases hanging in the burtcher shop and rabbits and chickens hanging in the window.  We don't get that now.  Health and Safety, I presume.

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Arby's are good. But I do have to say that the picture you posted doesn't look like any I have ever had. They are good, but never stacked like that. You didn't cheat and post their advertising picture did you?  Nah! You wouldn't do that.   😄

I only get to eat out when I go to town, which is 41 miles away, so don't do it often. I don't know what we are having tonight, my wife said, "something with hamburg", so that's pretty general. She is pretty good at making hamburg a thousand different ways, it makes for diversity and is usually pretty tasty. 

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Left overs today.  We usually eat with my daughterr and family  and my son in law was doing spag bol.   I am not keen on his cooking and we only  eat wholemeal Spghetti and they only eat white.  My wife and I took ours in to eat with them.  I did have a small portion of his spaghetti as seconds.  I suplied home made bread from my breadmaker.

Next sunday is my granddaughter's baptism and my daughter is doing a fellowship lunch at church.  She plans baked potatoes and salad with cold chicken.  As it is our 51st wedding anniversary  that weekend we are planning to go to Calais France for the day on Friday and Mary has asked us to bring back some French salads, Remoulade, Carrotes..  I asked if she wanted me to bring some Taboulé but she said children take it then decide they don't like it and it ends on the floor. I also asked if she wanted me to bring back some Champingons a la grecque. Greek style musrooms, but she said the mushroom salad I do is much better,.  

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22 hours ago, Jim_Alaska said:

Sounds and looks good Invicta.....except for the mushrooms. I dearly hate mushrooms, although I do know that many people love them. To me they taste like fungus.

 

By the way....who's the old guy?

C'est moi.  

My wife loves mushrooms, she has them nearly every day,  I only like the baby ones,  I wouldn't have chosen them but they came with the steak. 

This evening we had Homemade rustic bread (White flour, wholemeal flour and wholemeal rye flour) with mixed olives and cornichons, followed by buttered asparagus.

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Happy belated birthday, @Invicta!

Tonight I will be fixing chicken. Randy really likes it when I marinate it in mayonnaise and bake it. Years ago it created a tasty, non-carb crust. I can't get it to crust up, but boyo, is it moist! However, tonight I will be trying something new. I'm getting some pork rinds at the store today and will crush them to create a panko-like crust. I'm hoping that the flavor is good and that it creates a crunchy crust. Randy loves pork rinds and can eat them without worrying about carbs. That way he can have a bit of mashed potatoes, veggies, and salad as well.

 

 

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I never heard of making a crust on baked chicken. Why would anyone do that when the skin on the chicken makes the perfect crust when browned? But I have to admit that it sounds good.

I'm having a problem understanding how you are marinating it. Is it a whole chicken or cut up in pieces? I just couldn't understand how you would marinate a whole chicken because the skin would create a barrier to the marinade.

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2 hours ago, HappyChristian said:

Happy belated birthday, @Invicta!

Tonight I will be fixing chicken. Randy really likes it when I marinate it in mayonnaise and bake it. Years ago it created a tasty, non-carb crust. I can't get it to crust up, but boyo, is it moist! However, tonight I will be trying something new. I'm getting some pork rinds at the store today and will crush them to create a panko-like crust. I'm hoping that the flavor is good and that it creates a crunchy crust. Randy loves pork rinds and can eat them without worrying about carbs. That way he can have a bit of mashed potatoes, veggies, and salad as well.

 

Thank you.

When I roast whole chicken, I score the breast  amd other parts and prick under the legs with a sharp knife, then rub the skin with olive oil and season with salt and pepper, powdered garlic, ground celery seed  and ground bay leaf (Laurier, sweet laurel) then roast it in the oven @ about 385F 

 Tonight I had mussels in cream and garlic sauce with baked left over mashed potato and asparagus.

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Sounds good Invicta. I love mussels, but have only had them steamed plain and dipped in butter. I have never tried them seasoned. Do you shell them before putting them on the cream and garlic sauce?

Tonight we are having baked macaroni and cheese and fresh asparagus.

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18 hours ago, Jim_Alaska said:

Sounds good Invicta. I love mussels, but have only had them steamed plain and dipped in butter. I have never tried them seasoned. Do you shell them before putting them on the cream and garlic sauce?

Tonight we are having baked macaroni and cheese and fresh asparagus.

I bought them in the supermarket.already prepared, in earthenwere dish. I just put them in the oven for  minutes.  

Macaroni is my most detested pasta.  I like most types of pasta but not macaroni.  I was put off it as a child when my aunt used to give me macaroni milk pudding for desert.    

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On 4/21/2019 at 12:07 AM, Jim_Alaska said:

That sounds wonderful Invicta. I have not had fish cakes since I was a child. My mother used to make them quite often. I have lost her recipe. Do you have a recipe you would care to share?

Sorry Jim, no recipe.  I just did what my mum did , that is mash up some left over cooked potato with a fork and some fish mashed the same way, I think she used canned pilchards, but I could be wrong.  I used left over mashed potato and some canned tuna in oil. My mum used to shape them by hand and cook them in the fat from her roast meats, but  I used a hamburger mould and put breadcrumbs in the bottom and an top, and fried them in Olive oil.  We were brought up in the war and there was severe rationing.  One fo the things you couldn't get was olive oil except from a pharmacist in small bottles of about two tablespoons.  

Add any seasoning to taste.

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