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Old June 10, 2019   #8791
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Old June 11, 2019   #8792
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Darn it, worth! You know I don't care for soup once we have hot weather. Once again you have me craving soup...French onion to be exact! That looks awesome! Are you on a French/ethnic cooking binge? My children love the movie you snatched the picture from to be next wkend's peasant ethnic food. We've also been on a bit of an ethnic food binge...we made savory kale & Italian sausage galettes and one of the few ways i'll eat sauerkraut- in the slow cooker with potatoes, polish sausage, and some spices for meals recently.

Rxkeith you also inspired me with your salad/slaw....I heard this is GOOD from everybody! Thanks, y'all! The question is what's for supper tonight? I think rotisserie pork roast, potato salad and green beans we froze from the garden.
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Old June 11, 2019   #8793
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That is one of my all time favorite movies ever.
The other two are Chocolate and The hundred Foot Journey.
I'm sticking with traditional European food and Peasant food weekends for awhile.
Some with an American or Texas touch so dont hold me to any, "That's not Italian or French stuff".
Cooking is an art, I dont copy other peoples art.
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Old June 11, 2019   #8794
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Got some well marbled chuck rib finger things soaking in an egg wash with black pepper, salt and garlic powder.
These will become chicken fried steak finger thingys.

The left over roux from french onion soup will make a nice brown gravy.

Red taters coming up to boil in cold water on medium heat, (((((chunky mashed taters)))))).
Desert will be my beloved cottage cheese with sweet chunked pineapple, sugar and mayonnaise all mixed up.
Made it last night.
I also have some carrot salad made with mayonnaise, lime juice and sugar going on.
This stuff keeps for an eternity.
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Old June 11, 2019   #8795
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This is how I do it.
I have a big sink of sudsy hot water.
This water is used to wash my hands in about a hundred times while cooking.
The bowl the meat was soaking in the egg was has been washed and the mashed potatoes are now in it.
The bowl the meat was flipped in flour in is washed and put away.
The kettle the potatoes were cooked in is washed and put away.
All this done before I eat.
My left over sauerkraut from a sandwich was added to the menu.
I simply cannot have dirty dishes, pots, and pans to come home to after work.
Tried it, NOT good.
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Old June 11, 2019   #8796
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Added a few slices of salted red onion drizzled with extra virgin olive oil and some home made bread.
Stove clean dishes washed and taking a break.
leftovers put away.
Just need to wash one dish and the eating utensils.
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Old June 12, 2019   #8797
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More ideas for basil.
Salted garlic red and yellow onion and fresh cut basil.
The mozzarella cheese is for something else.
More ideas for peasant food.
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Old June 12, 2019   #8798
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Mashed potato pancakes with mozzarella cheese, onions garlic and basil.
Leftover meat form yesterday.
Cant wait to try it out.
Potato pancakes were put in super hot oven to melt cheese.
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Sticking with the theme of cheap eaten tonight's meal is Po Folks Two Skillet Bratkartoffeln.
Two large diced onions cooked in one, red taters in the other then combined.
This way each are cooked to perfection.
Plus other super surprises at the end..
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Surprise ingredients were chopped wiener blue cheese Swiss cheese left over sauerkraut.
Finished on broil in oven.
The stuff is caramelized and that is another whole fresh sweet onion on the side.
Desert is sliced canned peaches with slices of Swiss cheese.
Meal cost practically pennies.
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This is how I do it.
I have a big sink of sudsy hot water.
This water is used to wash my hands in about a hundred times while cooking.
The bowl the meat was soaking in the egg was has been washed and the mashed potatoes are now in it.
The bowl the meat was flipped in flour in is washed and put away.
The kettle the potatoes were cooked in is washed and put away.
All this done before I eat.
My left over sauerkraut from a sandwich was added to the menu.
I simply cannot have dirty dishes, pots, and pans to come home to after work.
Tried it, NOT good.
Keeping stuff washed up as you cook is the way we go here too. By the time you're done eating, there's not much left to wash!
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OLD SCHOOL BURGER NIGHT!!!!



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Old June 13, 2019   #8803
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Good lookin' burgers Rajun
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This is how I do it.
I have a big sink of sudsy hot water.
This water is used to wash my hands in about a hundred times while cooking.
The bowl the meat was soaking in the egg was has been washed and the mashed potatoes are now in it.
The bowl the meat was flipped in flour in is washed and put away.
The kettle the potatoes were cooked in is washed and put away.
All this done before I eat.
My left over sauerkraut from a sandwich was added to the menu.
I simply cannot have dirty dishes, pots, and pans to come home to after work.
Tried it, NOT good.
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Keeping stuff washed up as you cook is the way we go here too. By the time you're done eating, there's not much left to wash!
I won't cook anything if there is a dirty dish without washing it first. Wash as you cook without a second thought.
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Old June 14, 2019   #8805
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Got all the ingredients for my weekend Ratatouille extravaganza sans bell pepper.
I didn't want peppers in it for some reason.
After all it is my Ratatouille.
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