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    Senior Member 2012Cvoguy's Avatar
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    Hung over from our Dallas flight..... Gawd itís good to see the Old Shack again. Preparation = minimal, tastes pretty good after bouncing all over NA due to this ďthingĒ...... Good to load some coal again!

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    Chicken Fajita (dinner for two)

    Sliced chicken breast, onions, green/red/yellow peppers, salsa sauce, in the frying pan.
    Warmed soft tortillas.
    Kraft Habanero sliced cheese.






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    Spaghetti & Meatballs/Sausage



    Spaghetti is pretty obvious.

    Sauce is "Classico Italian Sausage, Peppers & Onions". Classico is available in several places, but this variant I can only find at WalMart.

    The meat, for each person, is
    • 12 M&M Italian Style Beef Meatballs (here) weighing 1/5 pound, and
    • one Maple Leaf Hot Italian Pork Sausage (here) weighing 1/4 pound, sliced into half rings


    The sausage is decently spicy. Far more spicy than the sauce.
    The meatballs resemble a hamburger.
    The spaghetti is spaghetti.
    At half a pound, there's certainly enough meat here.

    Years ago I got minor food poisoning from undercooked meatballs, so now I cook them oddly.
    • I preheat the oven and a pan to 400F bake.
    • defrost the meat in a microwave in two bowls, separately
    • cook the meat in the microwave, both bowls in at the same time with plates as lids, at full power for a minute. This just barely gets them to 160F, which should kill everything
    • 8 minutes in a metal pan in the oven set to broil at 450F. This makes them a hair caramelized.
    • 3 minutes after the meat is in the oven, I put the spaghetti into the boiling water for its 10 minute boil, and turn on the sauce to medium-low
    • The spaghetti & sauce has been heating for 5 minutes, I dump the meat into the sauce and turn the sauce to medium. This returns moisture to the meat.
    • 5 minutes later, strain the spaghetti, and return it to a dry large bowl, and pour the sauce&meat in with it and stir.
    • put on a double plate. The lower plate catches spill over, which is a bigger problem when I get more sauce. It also allows me to eat on the couch without burning myself since the second plate acts as an insulator.

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    A decent timer really helps keep all these timed events happen on time.
    I got a red one.
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    smoked rainbow trout on toast for breakfast.
    The challenge of retirement is how to spend time without spending money.
    There is no place in an anti's head where reason can enter. from a Napoleon saying with a tweak.
    Look around is there someone you can introduce to shooting because thatís the only way we will buck the anti gun trend sweeping Canada! "tigrr 2006"

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    Quote Originally Posted by tigrr View Post
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    smoked rainbow trout on toast for breakfast.
    I put smoked trout on a toasted bagel with cheese and a fried egg, yum. Smoked trout added to a caesar salad is also excellent.
    "It is an absolute truism that law-abiding, armed citizens pose no threat to other law-abiding citizens."

    Ammo, camo and things that go "blammo".

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    I made some more of my almost chili, this time ground chicken, molasses with pork bush's beans, ...extra bacon..., spinach(all I had for veggies/colour), and I thickened it up with just add water pancake powder. She is THICC. One bowl and I'm full. Some Havarti cheese really tops it off too.
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    Spring salmon that escaped the smoker.

    Garlic, bacon fat, asparagus.

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    Tonight deer tenderloin. I try to take a picture if I stop drooling long enough. With KD! And Scotch! And fresh carrots from a friend.
    How come I can't like the above twice?
    The challenge of retirement is how to spend time without spending money.
    There is no place in an anti's head where reason can enter. from a Napoleon saying with a tweak.
    Look around is there someone you can introduce to shooting because thatís the only way we will buck the anti gun trend sweeping Canada! "tigrr 2006"

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    Time to use the garden tomatoes which are multiplying daily.

    Over roasted tomato sauce.

    Shakshuka for breakfast.






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