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Old 3 Days Ago   #1891
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Funny, I made fried chicken this evening. Just rinsed in cold water, tossed in well seasoned flour and cooked slow in some bacon grease.

Turned out good.

Me too just finished eating it..

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The second half of a GIANT white baking potato. Then a grilled cheez sammich. Had surgery today and really didn't feel like cooking. Now where are those good pills?

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Today I had peanut butter on one.
Both paired well with each other.
First reaction is <no way> but this reminds me of a German student I picked up in Alberta heading for med school in SF. We were camping and PB is excellent camping food. So I made a PB&J. He was aghast. I said, try it. He liked it; really good. Apparently in Germany they like(d) PB and they liked jelly, but the thought of combining the two was, as he put it, like PB and mustard. So I've learned never to scoff at PB combinations (well, except for mustard).
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The nuttiness of both go good together.
I bet my hot jelly would be good with it too.
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This one is worth sharing. Sirloin stir-fry

Sirloin steak bias cut (Ours was 1.18 lb.) $6

Marinate bias cut thin slices in the following for a couple hours.

Soy sauce (About 1/4 cup)
Hoisin sauce 2-3 tablespoons
Juice from half a lemon
Juice from half an orange
Garlic and Onion Powders

While marinating steak, cut up

Asparagus -1 bunch $1.49
A few mushrooms .20 cents
1 bunch green onions $1
1 red bell pepper .79 cents
1 green bell pepper .59 cents

Steam the Asparagus until fork tender. In an iron skillet, stir-fry the meat, and then add the vegetables. Cook until it's done - around 10 minutes. It's enough for two people to eat two meals. Serve it on a plate or on rice/pasta. The picture is what is left for tomorrow's dinner.
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Robert, it looks really tasty. To make beef stroganoff I usually precut beef into about 1/2 inch wide pieces and freeze it. Then I slice it while frozen, helps to make thin and even slices.
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