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Old 04-23-2006, 10:25 AM   #1
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Whats for Sunday dinner ?

Whats everybody making for Sunday Dinner ?

I just started a big pot of spagetti sauce...folks comming over around 3...
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Beef stew.
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Old 04-23-2006, 10:34 AM   #3
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Pork chops on the kettle glazed with TPJ.
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Pork chops on the kettle glazed with TPJ.
Bruce, at what point during the cooking do you add the glaze ?
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Eating all of the left-over Que from the cook-oput I did for Becky's co-workers yesterday! It was a blast...and now I can enjoy some PP sammies and ribs...and baked beans too!! :biggrin:

Gonna make me some sauce this week, John...love spaghetti!!
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Stuffed artichokes and turkey breast. Greg, your not gonna end up in the hospital again from those beans are you?
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Stuffed artichokes and turkey breast. Greg, your not gonna end up in the hospital again from those beans are you?
Nick, how do you do your 'chokes ?
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Stuffed artichokes and turkey breast. Greg, your not gonna end up in the hospital again from those beans are you?
Those were Woodman's beans...not mine!! I make nice baked beans not Heart Attack beans. I told him he should have named them that on his menu but he didn't listen...what a dope!
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My daughter asked for country ham and biscuits with fresh hash browns...so I am gonna give her what she wants
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Old 04-23-2006, 11:11 AM   #10
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Stuffed artichokes and turkey breast. Greg, your not gonna end up in the hospital again from those beans are you?
Those were Woodman's beans...not mine!! I make nice baked beans not Heart Attack beans. I told him he should have named them that on his menu but he didn't listen...what a dope! [/quote:yf1bmko2] :lcry: :lmao: :lcry: :lmao:
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I traded some back bacon for a nice slab of home grown
Black Angus Chuck. Temps are only in the mid 40*'s today
so it's gonna be an indoor Pot Roast.
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Old 04-23-2006, 01:29 PM   #13
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I guess it will be a surprise, I didn’t take the initiative so my wife is cooking. That is if she remembers how to find the kitchen. (She actually is a good cook, but as my kids say Dad’s the better cooker) I think I’ll have her make that Twinkie Tiramisu for dessert. If I put in a request today she’ll probably make it by….next week? Or I can make it tomorrow after work.
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Pork chops on the kettle glazed with TPJ.
Bruce, at what point during the cooking do you add the glaze ?[/quote:1dvcg9cp]

Probably near the end, if I remember to do it.
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Two legs of lamb...and I learned to cook one large or two small ones. I am fightin' to keep both upright somewhat and not over the charcoal, on the Platinum. They have another couple hours to go =P~
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Salmon, Salmon and more Salmon! Roasted miniature yellow potatoes and broccoli! Yeah, that's what I want to put on my menu......"Heart Attack Beans". How about a "Stroke Brisket" and some "Lung Cancer Pulled Pork" with that? Maybe some "Hodgkins Disease Baklava" for dessert? #-o
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Aren't you going over the top with all the other descriptors? Besides, those Heart Attack beans were REAL!
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Old 04-23-2006, 07:07 PM   #18
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Okay so we had a slight change of plans for dinner tonight. I did the turkey breast (only in the oven) to save for lunch and 1 dinner later in the week. I made a big pot of sauce with some meatballs and my wife made the stuffed artichokes. So spaghetti, meatballs and artichokes it was!

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Killer DO. Maw has got one just like it. She won't give it up, Been in the family since I was a little kid. Good looking grub.
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