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What's for dinner?

Discussion in 'No Golf For You!' started by azgreg, Sep 8, 2014.

  1. azgreg

    azgreg "Don't count that." Supporting Member

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    I know we have had plenty of foodie threads, but let's keep simple. What's for dinner?

    In our household it's dirty rice with peas and carrots tonight.
     
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    Fairwaysplitter3320 Recovering Equipment Ho...off the wagon again. Staff Member Admin

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    Black Bean, ground beef, Spanish rice burritos. Sour cream, lettuce, cheese and green chili for fixins.
     
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    BigJim13 Well-Known Member Staff Member Moderator

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    I should have come to your house for dinner!

    We had kielbasa (daughter calls them big hot dogs) and Mac n cheese. Gourmet all the way, wife was in class tonight so it was kid friendly dinner....
     
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  4. azgreg

    azgreg "Don't count that." Supporting Member

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    By gourmet do you mean cut up and mixed in with the Mac and Cheese? :)
     
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    Fairwaysplitter3320 Recovering Equipment Ho...off the wagon again. Staff Member Admin

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    You're welcome anytime!
     
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    BigJim13 Well-Known Member Staff Member Moderator

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    With Frank's red hot over-the-top for me!
     
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    BigJim13 Well-Known Member Staff Member Moderator

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    That would be cool!
     
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    Homemade Marsala chicken, not a big fan... But I'm grilling tomorrow night!
     
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    TEA Time Grumpy Gilmore Staff Member Admin

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    Beer and football.
     
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    Wife made a new recipe "hamburger stroganoff" and it was really good. Sour cream, brown gravy, a little tomato paste, mushrooms over noodles. Yum.
     
  11. azgreg

    azgreg "Don't count that." Supporting Member

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    I've made a version of that. Very tasty and it reheats well.
     
  12. eclark53520

    eclark53520 DB Member Extraordinaire Supporting Member

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    Last night was sashimi.

    De ******* licous.
     
  13. TheTrueReview

    TheTrueReview "Playing it straight" Supporting Member

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    Did you use your glock or bow to get the tuna? :p
     
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    eclark53520 DB Member Extraordinaire Supporting Member

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    lol...no Tuna swimming round these parts

    Also...damn it I love wasabi. I wish sashimi wasn't so expensive...I'd eat it every day for lunch.
     
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    anonymous golfaholic Refusing Recovery Supporting Member

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    I cooked our entire supper on the grill last night. Ribeyes, potatoes w/peppers and onions and corn on the cob. That will be lunch today too.

    My wife said she was going to make bbq chicken loaded onto a baked potatoe tonight. O.O She's never made it before and I'm thinking I should save some steak and potatoes, just incase.
     
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    J.P.C. Well-Known Member

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    just a question, do guys ever light a fire and cook/braai your meat on the coles?? i always here about grilling this and grilling that, but never wood fire (braai in SA)...??
     
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    eclark53520 DB Member Extraordinaire Supporting Member

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    Coals...not coles...lol, but yes I cook like that whenever I'm camping. However, it takes too long to light a wood fire and let it burn down to coals just to make dinner.

    That's why I use hardwood lump charcoal. Same great flavor, LOTS less time and effort.
     
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    J.P.C. Well-Known Member

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    something like this: (just excuse the background, had the extreme makeover done of the garden - looking much better now! just moved into that house then) IMG-20120125-00277.

    IMG-20120127-00278.
     
  19. J.P.C.

    J.P.C. Well-Known Member

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    my bad, english is my 2nd language....lol.....

    wood fire is the best way to do it, light the fire, sit back and chill with a cold one or 6.....:D
     
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    SiberianDVM I love Hooters Moderator

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    If I laid out meat on a grill that low, I'd have 3 dogs with scorched mouths and I'd have no dinner.

    Looks awesome, but I don't have time to cook anymore.
     
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