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  1. GeorgeC

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    Moroccan-ish lamb + acorn squash. Bake squash for an hour at 350. Sweat onions in olive oil, cook lamb with salt/aleppo pepper/cumin/cinnamon/coriander/bay leaf. Sliced almonds sounded like a good idea. Topped with powdered sugar and fresh mint. I was thinking yogurt or feta would have been good, but some pan-fried halloumi did the job. Should have added some dates...
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    I'll bite (see what I did there? Tough crowd.) Stuffed salmon fish. I actually do not know who made it or what it is stuffed with but it was pretty good.
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    Stuffed Salmon?
     
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    Yes - I uploaded the picture through my telephone, then went back to the desktop to add the caption. You were supposed to wait 45 seconds before viewing the picture.
     
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    Agghhhh! Sheep! Sheep be for wearing, not eating. Ok, now that I got that off my chest, I'm sure it's probably pretty tasty to many. And ya know, it do be lookin' kinda good. My tongue housing group is yelling at me right now though.
     
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    Mutton is nasty. Lamb is heavenly. Sheep are sheerely the shizz.
     
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    upload_2021-10-30_21-47-53.jpeg Standard Father’s Day fare from my wonderful Daughter. From scratch, nothing artificial.
    Getting her the Kitchenaid Mixmaster was one of my better investments.
     
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    Lemon meringue? That looks good...
     
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    The Royal Navy mutinied at Spithead circa 1812 partly due to a steady diet of mutton. Yes, I have had mutton and well...
     
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    It was, very. You should try her Beef Wellington. Absolutely Heavenly. I have an awesome Daughter.
     
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    Apparently...

    Did anyone see what I did there?
     
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    Now y’all gone and done it…and started a food thread….

    grilled chicken with sautéed spinach and havarti


    On fine China, of course.

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    Boneless pork ribs, and corn. Not shown is the salad.
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    That’s right…….ketchup……AND mustard on a hotdog.
     
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    Looks like a shriveled up wiener you got there…
     
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    Uh, the beer looks good, but I thought that people that put ketchup on hot dogs drank light beer.
     
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    carne.png Carne Asada Fries!
     
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    I suppose if you have no other options, the ketchup/mustard thing can work. But hot dogs are best served with sauce... Good lunch today.
     
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    Mongolian Beef from the place adjoining the other side of the pub.
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    Looks pretty good, though the only modification I’d make would be white rice along with it.
     
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    Right, but being a low carb guy, it works for me. Don't get me wrong, I like rice with this stuff, I just am better off avoiding it mostly.
     
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    I eat at the hangar often most times after work. It is always prepared at the hangar, no carry out.
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    Grilled pork chops, steamed broccoli, and mashed potatoes.
     
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    My smokey joe is my favorite grill for 1-2 people. I use it several times a week at the hangar year round.
    We have a larger grill in my buddy's hangar next door for when we are feeding more than him and I.
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    Do you know the mutton, man?
     
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    Yeah, I do. I’ve had it. I’ll eat it. Not my first choice for sure.
     
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    Getting ready
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    I made a smoker full of beef jerky today. 3 lbs trimmed top round, sliced cross-grain and coated with a commercial seasoning and cure mix overnight. Smoked this morning for three hours over apple and hickory wood. Pretty tasty!
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    A895E536-B2A8-40CA-A565-FC898ECE9DE4.jpeg Turkey bacon, peppers, onions with yummy hot sauce, and scrambled egg whites.
     
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    Like turkey. Love bacon.

    Buuuuuuut......
     
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    I recently perfected brioche french toast. Quick enough to make for the kids on a weekday. With an immersion mixer, combine eggs and milk with a little cinnamon and vanilla extract. Saturate the bread; it soaks in quickly if the bread is warmed up first. Cook on buttered cast iron skillet. IMG_4114.jpg
     
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