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Old 03-13-2005, 04:57 PM   #1
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Whatcha eating for Sunday Supper?

Gotta pot of chicken and dumplings going here! Still not feeling 100%, what could be better than homemade chicken and dumplings? What's everyone else eating?
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Old 03-13-2005, 05:01 PM   #2
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I am leery of any sauce that begins "Yak."

However, I love Jap seafood! Reckon I'd try it.
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Chili ~ Cincinnati style..
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Macaroni here (it is Sunday..duh..)...my pops bringing his sauce. I can come pretty close to duplicating it, but its never as good..It'll be covering Rigatoni. There'll be meatballs, sausage and chuck roast that was cooked in the sauce. Also salad and garlic bread. That will be followed by the short trip to the couch and a "pasta coma".

By the way, my ribs came excellent last night. I bought them at a butcher shop and they were better and meatier than any Ive bought at the grocery store or Sams ! Plus they were on sale.
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Hmmmm..That sounds pretty good! Chili keeps ~ Can I come up??

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Always room for another plate on Sunday's !
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I'm with Susan, corned beef and cabbage. No slow cooker tonight, on the stove top. Thursday is my father in laws birthday so no corn beef there. Got a meeting at the firehouse also on Thursday and they will have it there!
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Nuttin' wrong with that, Jeff.
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Jeff...we cook to please others, and my kids usually come first!
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Beer can chicken with BluesHog all around ... Rubbed, and then sauced with it.
Also throwing on some fresh Chourizo sausage.
Mmmm.
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Marinated some london broil (top round) in a marsala marinade:

3/4 C marsala wine
1/4 C soy sauce
2 (at least) cloves minced garlic
1/3 C vegetable oil
ground pepper.

Grilled 'em on the gasser to medium rare and threw some oak chips in the smoker box.

Also grilled a few sweet potatoes. (Not yams. Real sweet potatoes).

For my kids I sliced one of the steaks thin the long way before cooking and threaded 6 slices on skewers. Then gilled them fast over direct heat. My littlest calls them Daddy's meatsicles.
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Marinated some london broil (top round) in a marsala marinade:

3/4 C marsala wine
1/4 C soy sauce
2 (at least) cloves minced garlic
1/3 C vegetable oil
ground pepper.

Grilled 'em on the gasser to medium rare and threw some oak chips in the smoker box.

Also grilled a few sweet potatoes. (Not yams. Real sweet potatoes).

For my kids I sliced one of the steaks thin the long way before cooking and threaded 6 slices on skewers. Then gilled them fast over direct heat. My littlest calls them Daddy's meatsicles.
Gotta good marsala chicken recipe? I love that stuff, but haven't perfected it at home yet. Carrabba's (owned by Outback) has a great marsala pork chop.
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Re: Whatcha eating for Sunday Supper?

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Gotta pot of chicken and dumplings going here! Still not feeling 100%, what could be better than homemade chicken and dumplings? What's everyone else eating?
Don't worry larry, 100% of you is only 25% of most guys!!!
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Re: Whatcha eating for Sunday Supper?

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Gotta pot of chicken and dumplings going here! Still not feeling 100%, what could be better than homemade chicken and dumplings? What's everyone else eating?
Don't worry larry, 100% of you is only 25% of most guys!!!
SS's gonna be fun! :badgrin:
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Did a rib roast on the 'Lil Tex Traeger grill. Cooked medium for 2 hrs (cold outside) and smoked for 2 hrs using mesquite wood pellets. Internal temp of 130 and it was awesome! Me and the old lady (okay the dog got some) ate an 8lb rib roast. Only two end pieces left.
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Hey Rat, you pulled at 130....did you see how high the internals got before leveling off?
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