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Old 02-15-2015, 04:30 PM   #41
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The bird is the word, and that bird looks delicious!
I wish I had the stuff to make some beef stew, as cold as it is that would hit the spot!
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The bird is the word, and that bird looks delicious!
I wish I had the stuff to make some beef stew, as cold as it is that would hit the spot!
Thanks William. I only buy whatever is on sale. Two weeks ago bought a london broil. Cooked it directly on top of vegetables, and the vegetables were soaking in beef stock. All very easy too do and provided a dinner and two additional meals from the leftovers....

One thing I do is buy stuff like soup stock at COSTO, or at a local grocer that sells distressed groceries at very deep discounts. Makes cooking a lot more affordable- and the leftovers are really nice to have.

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Old 02-15-2015, 11:30 PM   #43
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Always loved slow cooked soups/stews, good for a few days, and each day it seems to get better.
I am also always in favor of making my dollar go as far as possible, while still eating decent food.
A lot of people overlook stuff like a good cut of meat that has darkened in color a bit, been marked down in price, when I see a steak or something like that I jump on it, because that is when they are at their best in my opinion!
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i dont know if they have aldi markets all over but seems about the same, some stuff is good.

the wife made stuffed pepper stew sat, had all the stuffed pepper stuff in a crock pot then she cooked some white rice to put it on, man that was good. yesterday ham in the crock pot, was like 0 or less and i was outside for quite a while fixing my inlaws snowblower that broke a belt and mine fought me at every step. hate that thing. dont know what were having today but it was -10 when i woke up now up to -5 with the sun woohoo.
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Wow. I can't believe y'all stopped talkin' about food

I was so busy today cooking for tomorrow, I had to stop in my local Publix deli and get a Boars Head Ultimate sub: Multi-grain bread, mayo on both sides, tomato, provolone, dill slices, black olives, jalepeno & banana peppers, raw onion, oil & vinegar.

Tomorrow, I'm puttin' together 2 12-qt stock pots of cheese & bacon soup, for to keep me rollin' till next Saturday.
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I pulled out my 20-Qt stock pot and made 4-gallons of chicken stock. It'* got tons more flavor, and almost no sodium and nearly zero fat - unlike store-bought stuff with a bazillion Mg. of sodium. I have to limit my sodium so I make my own.
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I make 6 quarts of Chicken Stew for my dogs every 3 days, along with a multivitamin in the morning, and at night, I guess you could say they are spoiled.
I had to change their diet because one has allergies, I found that I was spending 70.00 more a month buying store bought food, 32.00 per 12pk case was killing my budget, now they eat stuff I'd eat myself, and I save money, so it is a win/win.

I need to make something I have not had in a long time, some homemade chicken and dumplings, good stuff!
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