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Old February 19, 2016   #31
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Leftover frittata also makes an excellent sandwich filling.
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Old February 25, 2016   #32
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Eatin' cheap this mornin'. Grew the taters, the onion, the lard, and the mater juice.


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Old February 25, 2016   #33
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Looks like a wonderful breakfast Hellmanns!
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Old February 25, 2016   #34
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Looks like a wonderful breakfast Hellmanns!
Tasty it was. Thanks!
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Old February 26, 2016   #35
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I see you have the onions out nice.
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Old February 26, 2016   #36
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Here is one I dreamed up today an inspiration from one of my all time favorite movies.

Picture for now and ingredients when I get back on the computer.

Okay I'm back the movie I am referring to is The 100 Foot Journey.
I watched again the other night and a part of it made me think about the way I cook.
The part where the father from India was telling the French woman you cant just sprinkles them on to have to pour them on, referring to spices.
What this is is a soup I made from leftover turkey and giblet gravy i mage the other day.
You might call it an east meets west thing.
Turkey meat left over and cooked off the bone.
Powdered milk.
Turmeric.
Cumin.
Sage.
Cardamom.
Mace.
Nutmeg.
Chili Arbol.
Cayenne.
White pepper.
Salt.
Onion.
Garlic.
Potatoes.
After it is done it is placed on top of a bed of chopped Romain lettuce including the bitter center portion.
Then more chili arbol sprinkled on top.
Someone asked mew what I was going to do with all of the lettuce.
Well I like to cook with it also.
It isn't just for salads.

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Old February 26, 2016   #37
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It looks like a restaurant dish, at a nice restaurant.

Speaking of cheap eating, I just took the scraps and bones from a few grilled pork steaks and cooked them with two and a half pounds of beans. I find that grilled pork makes a great addition to beans or lentils. The grilled flavor comes through, plus the fat and gristle cook down to nothing. My giant pot of beans cost about $4 and will make over ten meals.
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It looks like a restaurant dish, at a nice restaurant.

Speaking of cheap eating, I just took the scraps and bones from a few grilled pork steaks and cooked them with two and a half pounds of beans. I find that grilled pork makes a great addition to beans or lentils. The grilled flavor comes through, plus the fat and gristle cook down to nothing. My giant pot of beans cost about $4 and will make over ten meals.
When butchering hogs I salt all of the scraps down in the smokehouse, including the scraps of skin. Cured pork skin makes a good pot of beans! Pork, hog, or pig, what ever you call it is just magical when it comes to cooking, or seasoning..
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Here is one I dreamed up today an inspiration from one of my all time favorite movies.

Picture for now and ingredients when I get back on the computer.

Okay I'm back the movie I am referring to is The 100 Foot Journey.
I watched again the other night and a part of it made me think about the way I cook.
The part where the father from India was telling the French woman you cant just sprinkles them on to have to pour them on, referring to spices.
What this is is a soup I made from leftover turkey and giblet gravy i mage the other day.
You might call it an east meets west thing.
Turkey meat left over and cooked off the bone.
Powdered milk.
Turmeric.
Cumin.
Sage.
Cardamom.
Mace.
Nutmeg.
Chili Arbol.
Cayenne.
White pepper.
Salt.
Onion.
Garlic.
Potatoes.
After it is done it is placed on top of a bed of chopped Romain lettuce including the bitter center portion.
Then more chili arbol sprinkled on top.
Someone asked mew what I was going to do with all of the lettuce.
Well I like to cook with it also.
It isn't just for salads.

Worth

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A very flavorful, good looking meal on the cheap, Worth!
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Old February 26, 2016   #40
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Worth, I'll take a big bowl of that. Looks delicious!
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I just had breakfast and now you've got me wanting some of that, Worth!
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You guys might not want it.

It is spicy and hot, makes your nose run and your head sweat.
I will say the two things you dont want to over do is nutmeg and mace.
Both will bring on a nasty taste if over done.
Also if you have a dog dont let it eat either one of these two is is poison to them.
As for cheap eating it wouldn't be cheap if I had to go buy all if these spices at once.

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Old March 1, 2016   #43
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Ground chuck steak homemade gravy taters lettuce and manzano pepper salad with blue cheese and a mean onion.
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No pistol?
No axe like H up there?
Little steak knife?
What's this world coming to.

I'm gonna trek all over the city to find some more pics that'll make your stomach growl.
Time to cook a meal.
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Old March 1, 2016   #45
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There is a knife right to the right of the plate.

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