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Old 2 Days Ago   #8971
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There must have been an 1/8 inch of carbonized crust on the bottom of the skillets.
The glass stove top caused most of it.
Like you are in the middle of cooking something and you have a spill over the side and there is goes.
It isn't like it has any place to go and you darn sure aren't going to lift the pan up while cooking and clean it.

Since I put the "coils" on the stove top before cooking this has all but came to an end.
I am really happy this stuff is gone from these pans.
The big one is my go to omelet pan, the omelet just slides right out of it on to the plate.
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I had some leftover Spanish rice and a hamburger patty that needed to be used. So I crumbled the already cooked hamburger patty into the Spanish rice, added cheddar cheese and picante salsa and nuked it. For the topping, I cut up some little cherry tomatoes with a little salt on them. It was good.
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Salt I'm having left over left overs.
The last of the short ribs.
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Hamburger steak with crispy fries and testing out my new round Lodge griddle pan.
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Homemade pesto made with probably 6 varieties of basil and whole wheat spaghetti. This was a slimmed down version of pesto using a weight watchers recipe and I subbed pecans for pine nuts since I didn’t have any pine nuts. I think it cost about $3.00 but it fed us for two meals each and leftovers.
We don’t seem to eat much meat anymore although neither of us are vegetarian. I am nearly pescatarian but I sneak some pepperoni in on occasion.

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Red beans and rice with oven blackened fish and potato spears. Cheap, easy, quick; and nutritious.


My potato spears were Irish potatoes cut into spears and precooked in the microwave, Seasoned with oil, Lawreys Season All, and paprika; and browned in the oven. The only problem I had was forgetting my son gave me some super hot pepper powder in a paprika bottle. I knew my wife couldn't eat them when I tasted one fresh from browning in the oven. I wiped each spear with a paper towel to get rid of the pepper powder. I loved them, but they were way to hot for my wife.
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Hamburger steak with crispy fries and testing out my new round Lodge griddle pan.
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That's what we ate tonight too, except in our electric pizza oven bacon wrapped with onion slices on top.
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Testing out the new polished Lodge skillet.
First I'm cooking down what I call the Devils Trinity.
Red onion.
Celery.
Fresh chopped Jalapeno peppers seeds removed.
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Worth, do you call it the devil's Trinity because you used jalopenos instead of bell peppers?

We had what we call Appalachian hill country black beans and rice for supper. We put smoked ham hocks in with dried black beans and let them slow cook all day and add the rice at the end.
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