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Rajun, I think I need to train my dog to hunt morels. I saw a lot of fresh deer tracks in the area I was hunting. Maybe they beat me to the mushrooms.
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Had just enough left over from last night to make one more meal tonight with the addition of some Slovacek's sausage links.
Proudly made in Snook Texas up the road from me.

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Macaroni and cheese sausage and dill pickle dinner baked in the oven.
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Cheese omelette, fried potatoes/onions, bacon and sliced store bought tomato. We enjoy breakfast more at supper than in the morning.
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Worth, that sausage and mac and cheese looks delicious. I like the added dill pickles.
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I cooked turkey leg quarters, I stuffed them with chopped onions and bell peppers. They were set on a rack above a pan baked on convection at 275 for an hour then put in a covered roasting pan with chicken broth and diced onions for another hour then I browned the skin with the broiler. I tried to get the same texture as the drum in the oven. It almost looks like it's been smoked. It was tender and juicy, served with baked sweet potato and garden squash.
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Cheese omelette, fried potatoes/onions, bacon and sliced store bought tomato. We enjoy breakfast more at supper than in the morning.
I don't eat breakfast, but I love breakfast for dinner. Eggs, bacon, hashbrowns, toast or biscuits, jelly and coffee to drink. I consider it a treat a couple of times each month.
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Macaroni and cheese sausage and dill pickle dinner baked in the oven.
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Dill pickles... hmm

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I don't eat breakfast, but I love breakfast for dinner. Eggs, bacon, hashbrowns, toast or biscuits, jelly and coffee to drink. I consider it a treat a couple of times each month.
Don, same here.

When I eat bacon or sausage early in the morning = indigestion city. It has always been that way for me. I also can't eat a donut and drink chocolate milk at the same time, but I don't eat/drink much of either in the past decade or so. My sweet tooth started liking acidic foods like lemons and limes.
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Old 11 Hours Ago   #6564
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I really do not like tomatoes on sandwiches (I probably just broke a Tomatoville rule ) I do like BLTs though.
I love tomatoes fresh off of the vine cut into slices or cherry tomatoes cut in half with a little salt on them, and sometimes some black pepper. But you all probably already figured that out by my nickname here.

Edit: I didn't write the main point: I think of tomatoes as cheap eating. All you need are tomatoes, a knife, a little salt and sometimes pepper. It can be the main course or a side dish.
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I really do not like tomatoes on sandwiches (I probably just broke a Tomatoville rule ) I do like BLTs though.
I love tomatoes fresh off of the vine cut into slices or cherry tomatoes cut in half with a little salt on them, and sometimes some black pepper. But you all probably already figured that out by my nickname here.

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Now see, I've already upset a nice lady a half a continent away by my confession.
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I think it'll be okay, you did say BLT and slices after all.
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The dill pickle went on after baking and it was good with the cheese and so on.
Dill pickle goes good with savory so I figured why not.
The put them in rouladen.

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I really do not like tomatoes on sandwiches (I probably just broke a Tomatoville rule ) I do like BLTs though.
I love tomatoes fresh off of the vine cut into slices or cherry tomatoes cut in half with a little salt on them, and sometimes some black pepper. But you all probably already figured that out by my nickname here.

Edit: I didn't write the main point: I think of tomatoes as cheap eating. All you need are tomatoes, a knife, a little salt and sometimes pepper. It can be the main course or a side dish.
I don't think a rule exists on how you eat a tomato. If it or they did exist, I would be executed for liking tomato and peanut butter sandwiches or tomato and onion sandwiches or for eating one like an apple, warm and fresh off the vine while standing in the garden.

Warm and fresh off the vine is how I plan on comparing my varieties this summer. Now i simply need to remember to carry a little salt to the garden.

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