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Thread: What's For Dinner?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dleader View Post
    Sauce and pasta over peaches!?
    It's quite good and a good meal when you've little time to prepare it.

    Tonight we're having pork chops that have been slow cooking in the oven slathered with golden mushroom soup after they were pan seared. Ricearoni and veggies too.
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    Crossing my fingers on my new recipe for crockpot chicken stew.
    The dogs are barking, someone is knocking on the door...

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    Spaghetti w/ meatballs and garlic sourdough bread.

    And I had some scrumchiliumptious leftovers for lunch. A couple of pork chops that had been slowed cooked in the oven in golden mushroom soup. Somethings are better leftover, and that was the case with these chops... I usually leave our leftovers for the rest of the family... there are two chops left and if someone doesn't eat them soon I'll gladly make another lunch or a breakfast out of them...
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    Chicken fried deer steak, naked taters, and peas. This seems to be the most popular request with my family lately.

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    Pot roast with lots of taters and carrots.

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    Today was a dinner that our family shared every Sunday when I was growing up. Mostaccioli ,home made meatballs, Italian sausage, spaghetti sauce from scratch simmered 8 hours and real garlic bread with a sprinkle of parmesan cheese on top.. Mom would be proud, very proud.
    John 10:27-30 My sheep listen to my voice; I know them, and they follow me. I give them eternal life, and they shall never perish; no one will snatch them out of my hand. My Father, who has given them to me, is greater than all; no one can snatch them out of my Fatherís hand. I and the Father are one.

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    I usually cook but hubby is out of town so I ate Dominoes Pizza.

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    Stirfry w/ ham
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    Eric made his delicious chili today.
    Last night it was just the two of us so we got Chinese takeout.
    Saturday night we went to Famous Dave's BBQ in Missoula. It was soooo good!

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    Goulash and baked spaghetti squash on the side. I was happy to see that some of our squash was still edible. We hung the produce from the rafters in our extra tall crawl space.

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    Dutch Oven slow cooked Beef Pot Roast with green beans and rolls.

    This is how I do it:

    4.5 Lbs Chuck Roast heavily rubbed 36 hours in advanced with our favorite Steak Rub and refrigerated to marinate.
    1 cup Cabernet Sauvignon (or your favorite cooking wine)
    I quart Beef Broth (I use Swanson's to save time - you can make your own if your want.)
    2 medium onions
    Medium Potatoes (one for each person partaking)
    1 Lb baby carrots (these take less time to cook than regular carrots)

    Preheat Dutch Oven to sear beef 8-10 minutes each side - this adds flavor, texture, and color to the serving.
    Remove Roast from Dutch Oven
    Deglaze pan using 1/2 cup Cabernet Sauvignon. Leave residue in bottom of pan.
    Slice 2 onions to produce rings and place them into the bottom of the pan to build a bed for the Roast.
    Place Roast onto onion bed.
    Add 1 Quart of Beef Broth with second 1/2 cup Cabernet Sauvignon
    Preheat baking oven to 300 degrees. (This is an indoor cook for a rainy day.)
    Cover Dutch Oven and place in baking oven for 2 Hours.

    Clean and slice potatoes into bite-sized pieces, cover and place in refrigerator until needed.

    After the Beef has braised for for Two Hours add potatoes and baby carrots.
    Replace cover onto Dutch Oven and return to oven between 1 and 1-1/2 hours.
    Cooking is finished when meat is fall-apart tender.
    Remove beef and vegetables from Dutch Oven to serve.

    On Stove top under high heat reduce liquid remaining in the Dutch Oven as needed to make gravy to suit your preference.

    Before starting the above I skillet fried several strips of crispy bacon and set them aside to cool. I broke the bacon strips into small pieces to add to the Green Beans and tossed them together in a hot skillet before serving. The bacon grease was harvested to re-season cast iron after cleaning.

    Marvin

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    Tonight will be pan seared steaks with asparagus and mashed taters.

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    Quote Originally Posted by G Moorish View Post
    Dutch Oven slow cooked Beef Pot Roast with green beans and rolls.

    This is how I do it:

    4.5 Lbs Chuck Roast heavily rubbed 36 hours in advanced with our favorite Steak Rub and refrigerated to marinate.
    1 cup Cabernet Sauvignon (or your favorite cooking wine)
    I quart Beef Broth (I use Swanson's to save time - you can make your own if your want.)
    2 medium onions
    Medium Potatoes (one for each person partaking)
    1 Lb baby carrots (these take less time to cook than regular carrots)

    Preheat Dutch Oven to sear beef 8-10 minutes each side - this adds flavor, texture, and color to the serving.
    Remove Roast from Dutch Oven
    Deglaze pan using 1/2 cup Cabernet Sauvignon. Leave residue in bottom of pan.
    Slice 2 onions to produce rings and place them into the bottom of the pan to build a bed for the Roast.
    Place Roast onto onion bed.
    Add 1 Quart of Beef Broth with second 1/2 cup Cabernet Sauvignon
    Preheat baking oven to 300 degrees. (This is an indoor cook for a rainy day.)
    Cover Dutch Oven and place in baking oven for 2 Hours.

    Clean and slice potatoes into bite-sized pieces, cover and place in refrigerator until needed.

    After the Beef has braised for for Two Hours add potatoes and baby carrots.
    Replace cover onto Dutch Oven and return to oven between 1 and 1-1/2 hours.
    Cooking is finished when meat is fall-apart tender.
    Remove beef and vegetables from Dutch Oven to serve.

    On Stove top under high heat reduce liquid remaining in the Dutch Oven as needed to make gravy to suit your preference.

    Before starting the above I skillet fried several strips of crispy bacon and set them aside to cool. I broke the bacon strips into small pieces to add to the Green Beans and tossed them together in a hot skillet before serving. The bacon grease was harvested to re-season cast iron after cleaning.

    Marvin
    Sounds wonderful
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    Chili will be done in about an hour and tomorrow Pizza
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    Beef and broccoli ramen spaghetti tonight.

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    Crockpot beef stew
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    Grilled cheese and bacon sandwiches and maybe soup.

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    For the first time in my life I found (at a grocery store) the mini white corn tortillas used to make street tacos... So I've got a pork roast slow cooking and plan to present tacos de carnitas to the family tonight. I'll top the carnitas with homemade pico de gallo and a little extra cilantro; and salsa or hot sauce will be optional.
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    Spaghetti, steamed broccoli and some homemade bread sticks.

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    Tonight will be hamburger and onion gravy over mashed taters and string beans.

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