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Fri May 17, 2019 5:54 pm

The long-suffering wife and D2 are at supper club. I made myself meatloaf.
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I know that hot weather has descended upon us, but in spite of the temp of 95 today my wife & I decided on a lovely homemade beef stew for tonight's dinner. Couple the stew with a pone of cornbread baked in a cast iron skillet and I'm in hog heaven.
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I know that hot weather has descended upon us, but in spite of the temp of 95 today my wife & I decided on a lovely homemade beef stew for tonight's dinner. Couple the stew with a pone of cornbread baked in a cast iron skillet and I'm in hog heaven.
It's never too hot for stew or chili!πŸ‘
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I know that hot weather has descended upon us, but in spite of the temp of 95 today my wife & I decided on a lovely homemade beef stew for tonight's dinner. Couple the stew with a pone of cornbread baked in a cast iron skillet and I'm in hog heaven.
It's never too hot for stew or chili!πŸ‘
I like Beef Stew any time of the year, but for us Chili is a winter meal. BTW, my wife makes a Stew that we call "Cleanout". She uses whatever meats and vegetables we have in the freezer that were leftover from other meals and makes a stew from them. Most of the time they're really good.
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Bamarick wrote: ↑
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Bamarick wrote: ↑
Fri May 17, 2019 7:54 pm
I know that hot weather has descended upon us, but in spite of the temp of 95 today my wife & I decided on a lovely homemade beef stew for tonight's dinner. Couple the stew with a pone of cornbread baked in a cast iron skillet and I'm in hog heaven.
It's never too hot for stew or chili!πŸ‘
I like Beef Stew any time of the year, but for us Chili is a winter meal. BTW, my wife makes a Stew that we call "Cleanout". She uses whatever meats and vegetables we have in the freezer that were leftover from other meals and makes a stew from them. Most of the time they're really good.
It makes sense that the Cleanout would taste best, everything tastes better a day or two after. Beef stew was a common meal growing up in our house. At least once a week. We would even eat Dinty Moore in a can sometimes, just heat and pour it over sliced white bread! Sounds awful but tastes surprisingly good.
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Fri May 17, 2019 10:01 pm

Tonight was chicken and savory grits. I screwed up the grits by using too much liquid :lol: but they were still fantastic
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Tonight was chicken and savory grits. I screwed up the grits by using too much liquid :lol: but they were still fantastic
Savory Grits? Would you mind sharing the recipe for the dish? It sounds interesting.
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Dinty Moore in a can ... over sliced white bread!
This is a must for camping/hunting camp grub. A little hickory salt on top and a can of peaches for dessert. Amazingly good meal.
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Dinty Moore in a can ... over sliced white bread!
This is a must for camping/hunting camp grub. A little hickory salt on top and a can of peaches for dessert. Amazingly good meal.
Awesome camp grub indeed although I've never had Hickory salt. My father squirts ketchup all over it. :facepalm: Unbelievable.
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