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    Quote Originally Posted by G Moorish View Post
    The real hindquarters of a hog are called Hams. Each hog has two. Pork shoulders are often called Boston Butts and thus are known as Pork Butt. Costco sometimes cuts pork shoulder into strips and labels them Country Ribs. And of course, Hormel grinds up pork shoulder and packages it as Spam. Spam is often the Butt of jokes.

    Marvin
    Thanks Marvin, that's interesting. I wonder how shoulders came to be known as butts... I'll have to ask my sister (a hog farmer) and see if she knows the history. So the employee was right... good for her. Those Bostonians...
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    Tonight is pulled pork sandwiches with deviled eggs and maybe strawberry shortcake.

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    Bone-in Rib-Eyes, and grilled buttered sourdough bread
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    I think we are going to have stuffed peppers tonight and cherries for dessert.

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    Spaghetti with meatballs and sourdough garlic bread. Lemon Boston Creme Cake for desert (bot at Safeway)
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    Kids are gone for the weekend so Eric and I had Subway sandwiches.

    Tomorrow we'll celebrate 18 years of marriage and we're both hankering for some yummy Mexican food. So, I'm sure I'll get my usual: Arroz con pollo

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    Happy anniversary Koalie!

    Tonight is chinese spaghetti.

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    Last night was ham steak, baked sweet potato and fresh asparagus.

    Tonight is hamburger strogonof .

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    Yesterday I prepared Carne Asada (spicy Mexican style beef) on a cast iron griddle. The beef was a packaged product I bought at Costo. It was delicious. With the beef I served my oven baked BBQ potatoes. We had Watermellon (what 4th of July would be complete without watermellon ?), Cucumbers in Vinegar and Sour Dough Rolls. It was enjoyed with friends and family.

    The potatoes I chop into 1" cubes, toss them in oil and sprinkle with Pork Rub; then bake about 45 minutes at 400 degrees. These work well with just about spicy meat.

    I'm still cooking inside because my old grill rusted out and I haven't yet replaced it. I'm thinking about getting a Webber kettle grill and a Webber Smokey Mountain cooker if the Lord wills it. Surely a fellow could serve up some serious BBQ with that equipment.

    Marvin

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    Marvin, your meals sound delicious! My husband makes a mean carne asada as well.

    Quote Originally Posted by caligal View Post
    Happy anniversary Koalie!

    Tonight is chinese spaghetti.
    Thanks Caligal! We had a good day together and enjoyed our Mexican food!

    Last night I made taco salads. Tonight I plan on bbq'n some chicken and making potato salad and asparagus.

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    Last night we had grilled chicken wings with macaroni salad and coconut cake.

    For tonight I have a beef stew simmering on the stove. We will probably have fresh hot french bread with it.

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    I think it's National Fried Chicken day so the grocery stores are offering a sale price on 8 piece fried chickens... so that's what we're having. I'll get our's from Freddys. The King Salmon roast goes back in to the freezer for another day.
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    Quote Originally Posted by caligal View Post
    Tonight is pulled pork sandwiches with deviled eggs and maybe strawberry shortcake.
    No vegetables? But it sounds good. I love deviled eggs.

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    We are having chili tonight.

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    Call me crazy but I made soup on this hot summer day. Venison with veggies and noodles. Garlic bread on the side.
    Ice cream sandwiches for dessert

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    chicken fajita fixins but no tortillas.
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    leftover spaghetti and sausages.

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    Breakfast for supper tonight. Fried eggs, hash browns, bacon, and english muffins.

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    BBQ'd baby back ribs, fried cubed potatoes with creole seasoning, corn
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    Baked chicken drumsticks, basmati rice, broccoli and yellow squash.

    I have been so busy for the past year I hardly ever cooked, so this past weekend I cooked a homemade meal for dinner both Sat and Sun. Tonight was actually leftovers.
    "Therefore my beloved brothers, be steadfast, immovable,
    always abounding in the work of the Lord;
    knowing that in the Lord your labor is not in vain."

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