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Old 09-26-2012, 12:31 AM   #21
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Chicken strips, fries, and a Coke.

Mmmmmmm, fair food.
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My supper for tonight has been cooking since last night, I have veggie soup/beef stew concoction.

It has corn, celery, potatoes, onions, peas, some bottom round roast I cubed/dredged in flour, then sautéed in olive oil, also has salt/pepper/garlic powder, I added some veggie and beef stock, only thing is I forgot my organic carrots and bay leaf, but it is smelling so good I probably not miss them.
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Old 09-26-2012, 07:52 PM   #23
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thought i would bring this thread back around.i got a smoker, and have been using it a bunch. burgers are awesome in it. i have done bbq smoked chicken in it and that was great. this time its breasts, brined in salt/brown sugar for 3 hrs, wrapped in maple bacon and smoke is some cherry tree trimmings.

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Christ that'* a massive thread revival.

I'll be having whatever the chow hall is serving.... yup doesn't look my suppers have improved much from my last post
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Christ that'* a massive thread revival.

I'll be having whatever the chow hall is serving.... yup doesn't look my suppers have improved much from my last post
LOL. I was asked to leave the chow hall at Hurlburt Field in the fall of 2002, seems the AF didn't allow "my kind" to eat in their chow halls.
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Tonight: carryout pizza as my wife and I both got off work exhausted and neither of us wanted to cook.

However I have some delightful plans for homemade enchiladas later this weekend.
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Hmmm, no more chow hall for me. Though I do miss the breakfast.

Tonight I had Perogies at the local bar along with a bunch of beer. Had quite the conversation with Amanda the bar owner'* girlfriend. She'* a classy lady along with the rest of them. So, I'll leave her be....for now.
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All this talk about food and this weekend I would like to make one of Mike'* favourites...Chili!
Here is an interesting one... Did Someone say Beer...!
Beer Chili!
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" Perogies at the local bar "

Where they homemade? Nice to see bars selling something more than nachos.... Did you also have pickled eggs with the perogies?
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