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Old 03-06-2007, 06:38 PM   #1
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Tonight's Dinner

Well it never got out of the teen's all day here and the wind has been blowin and it's suppose to snow tonight. It was the kind of day that just yelled out for Pinto Beans with Ham Hocks and Cornbread. Took a few things from Bigwheel's recipe and a couple things from Woodman's recipe, and ended up with a nice pot of Pinto's, ham hocks, some onion and Rotel's.



I finally got around to trying Keri C's Blue Ribbon Cornbread recipe and I'm kicking myself for not trying it sooner.



And when you put it all together, it's comfort food in the extremest. Great on a nice cold, windy night.




We all know though it'll be better tomorrow.
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Old 03-06-2007, 06:41 PM   #2
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Oh man, Oh man does that look nice and comforting for a cold days dinner!! Perfect Bruce!!!! Vacuum seal me some and send a bowl this way!!
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Looks good!
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Sure looks & sounds good!!! It's -2*f and dropping here.
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Old 03-06-2007, 06:55 PM   #5
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That looks great Bruce. I love beans and ham.

Can you ever really get a ham hock clean enough ?
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Bruce that looks great! I'll bet it tasted great too!


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Damn Bruce!
Just lookin at them,makes me warm up!
4 degrees and falling
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Looks great.

I must agree her cornbread recipe is wonderful.
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Great looking meal Bruce!
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Old 03-07-2007, 10:53 AM   #10
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Bruce, that looks great! Les would have appreciated a snack on his way through there yesterday. lol
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Good lookin chow Bruce, ya can't go wrong with cornbread n beans
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Bruce a big ol pot of beans and cornbread is one of my favorite meals.
I pour vinegar pepper sauce all over it (as you might guess!) and sop up the juice with the cornbread.

I do prefer navy beans, but love both. I serve it sometimes on poker night, never get complaints, and one guy says it's his favorite thing I cook.


I don't fix it much in warm weather, but start craving it when its cool.
Already hitting 70 degrees some days here now, so maybe I better make
some before it gets too hot!

Right now I'm craving soggy mater sandwiches, cucumbers and squash.
Still gonna be a while before the fresh stuff gets available.
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Looks great Bruce!
I've tried Keri's recipe and it's good too...not sure it's my favorite, but that's just me.
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I guess Bruce is out "blowing snow" with his self contained new blower courtesy of the bowl of beans!!!
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Bruce a big ol pot of beans and cornbread is one of my favorite meals.
I pour vinegar pepper sauce all over it (as you might guess!) and sop up the juice with the cornbread.

I do prefer navy beans, but love both. I serve it sometimes on poker night, never get complaints, and one guy says it's his favorite thing I cook.


I don't fix it much in warm weather, but start craving it when its cool.
Already hitting 70 degrees some days here now, so maybe I better make
some before it gets too hot!


Right now I'm craving soggy mater sandwiches, cucumbers and squash.
Still gonna be a while before the fresh stuff gets available.
Bruce looks great nice work..them beans will keep your warm on a cold winters night..and sleeping on the couch....
Cappy I think I speak for most of the Northern Boys and Girls when I say we are begining to hate you....
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What's this "beginning" stuff..........
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Bruce a big ol pot of beans and cornbread is one of my favorite meals.
I pour vinegar pepper sauce all over it (as you might guess!) and sop up the juice with the cornbread.

I do prefer navy beans, but love both. I serve it sometimes on poker night, never get complaints, and one guy says it's his favorite thing I cook.


I don't fix it much in warm weather, but start craving it when its cool.
Already hitting 70 degrees some days here now, so maybe I better make
some before it gets too hot!


Right now I'm craving soggy mater sandwiches, cucumbers and squash.
Still gonna be a while before the fresh stuff gets available.
Bruce looks great nice work..them beans will keep your warm on a cold winters night..and sleeping on the couch....
Cappy I think I speak for most of the Northern Boys and Girls when I say we are begining to hate you....
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