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Ann cooked 13 lbs of meat and we still have 2 uncooked briskets in the fridge.

Any neighborhood kids/pets been reported missing? :crazy:

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I just started cooking some corned beef. Will have carrots, potatos, and cabbage with it tonight. Yummy!

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I'm coming over to Jim's house tonight for dinner. How long is the drive from Chicago?

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4 hours. Come on up! I got 10 lbs of corned beef!!!! (I'm cooking half at the moment).

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maybe I'll stop by. could someone pick me up at the airport? :rfr

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Taking my kid out to his favorite restaurant for his 12th birthday (well, ONE of his favorites.) Then we're going to have some cake and ice cream.

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Happy birthday to your son, Bruce.

Man, where are you guys? I only cooked half of this 10 lbs corned beef brisket and even with that, there's a huge chunk of it just sitting here. I'm stuffed!!!

Potatos, cabbage, and carrots all came out DELICIOUS! I'm gonna have some mighty tasty sammiches tomorrow, too!

Next up: Gotta make a cherry pie for Easter.

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Grilled some salmon and served it with a cucumber, tomato and fresh mozzarella di bufala salad.

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Man, where are you guys? I only cooked half of this 10 lbs corned beef brisket and even with that, there's a huge chunk of it just sitting here. I'm stuffed!!!

Potatos, cabbage, and carrots all came out DELICIOUS! I'm gonna have some mighty tasty sammiches tomorrow, too!

My impending travel plans have to be postponed. I had to check in with a meeting at the cult tonight and have another tomorrow. Maybe other day.

Perhaps you could freeze it and bring it on tour? :g

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I think I'm going to give the uncooked half to my dad. We barely made a dent in the half I cooked tonight!

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Baked potato and crispy, spicy broccoli.

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Baked potato and crispy, spicy broccoli.

Damn tree hugger. :cool:

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King crab legs, broccoli rabe and a cannellini arugula salad.

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What? No bark? :lol:

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Conchiglioni stuffed with sausage, artichoke hearts, and ricotta.

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Last night: created a homemade seafood and sausage gumbo, served with spinach salad, cornbread, and a nice chardonnay/riesling blend. Splendid.

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Pork roast, slow cooked in cranberry sauce. We will have two "proper" meals with this and eat the leftovers on hard rolls. :)

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Pork roast, slow cooked in cranberry sauce. We will have two "proper" meals with this and eat the leftovers on hard rolls. :)

That sounds fabulous!! Could you post the recipe?

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Pork roast, slow cooked in cranberry sauce. We will have two "proper" meals with this and eat the leftovers on hard rolls. :)

That sounds fabulous!! Could you post the recipe?

Gotta ask Ann. :)

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Pork roast, slow cooked in cranberry sauce. We will have two "proper" meals with this and eat the leftovers on hard rolls. :)

That sounds fabulous!! Could you post the recipe?

Received permission. -_-

2 lb pork tenderloin

12 oz chili sauce

16 oz can cranberry sauce (we use 'whole', you can use 'jellied')

2 Tbsp brown sugar

5 cups cooked long grain rice

1. Pork in slow cooker

2. Mix chili sauce, cranberries and brown sugar

3. Pour over pork

4. Cover and cook on "high" 4-5 hours, then on "low" 3-4 hours.

5. Serve over rice.

For the third meal (sandwiches) reduce the sauce and shred the pork.

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Thanks, Chuck, for posting this. Give Ann my thanks, also!

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Tonight I have a night off so I'm going to make green chili chicken enchiladas, which are a bit labor-intensive, but I enjoy the project by consuming several "adult beverages" and listening to tunes while cooking.

I usually roll 'em up the traditional way, but tonight I'm making more of a lasagna-type casserole and layering the corn tortillas, green chili and cheese (and even using some ricotta :) ). A little chopped cilantro on top and we're in business. And don't forget the chipotle!

Cheers! :party:

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Lightly seasoned and broiled tilapia, brown rice, and zucchini cooked with garlic. Hawaiian rolls.

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