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Hawaiian rolls.

Friend of mine had a couple of those. Said they were tasty. :cool:

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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.

bought a tenderloin yesterday before reading this.

timing is everything.

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Hey man, who you callin' a HO? :cool:

Check your head. :cool:

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Hey man, who you callin' a HO? :cool:

If you prefer, I could call you "tiny bubbles". :)

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Tonite its gonna be:

Fettucinni Alfredo made w/ fresh pasta...not that hard stuff. :)

Prolly some garlic bread...

I know we should drink white wine w/ this, but we only drink reds... :)

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Gotta have red, it's the real deal.

I don't drink white anymore with the exception of the occasional Pinot Grigio.

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Downhome Meatless Night @ Casa Sangrey.

Blackeyed peas w/rice & Albert's Hot Sauce, homemade jalapeno cornbread w/butter, & fresh strawberry pie.

All made from scratch by LTB. Except for the Albert's, but that's cool.

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Grilled New York strips (PRIME BABY!) w/spinach and marinated artichokes, done on the grill as well.

plus....

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Red Beans-n-Rice with this great smoked sausage and some lightly steamed asparagus on the side. Mmmm Mmmm good.

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Orecchiette, rapini, garlic, olive oil and a little pancetta.

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Orecchiette, rapini, garlic, olive oil and a little pancetta.

Damn, you eat well. Are you the cook, or a blessed recipient?

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Tonight?

Taco salad.

Yum. :D

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Orecchiette, rapini, garlic, olive oil and a little pancetta.

Damn, you eat well. Are you the cook, or a blessed recipient?

I cook 98% of the time.

The trade off is I don't have to do clean anything up. :)

The downside is that I often cook too much and probably more pasta dishes than I should. I've been trying to mix in more fish and chicken.

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Chicken breast crusted with Parmigiano Reggiano, twice baked potato and white corn.

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Orecchiette, rapini, garlic, olive oil and a little pancetta.

Sounds like something I'd make. I resort to the pasta option a little too frequently myself.

But tonight I'm firing up the grill for the first time this year for some lamb shoulder chops rubbed with olive oil, garlic, and rosemary, to go with a nice bottle of Tuscan wine.

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Gonna grill some copper river salmon (seasoned with smoked sea salt and pepper) and have it with some fettucini with asparagus, ramps, and garlic. Washed down with a glass of

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I'll let you know after I peel the foil back. :cool:

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I'll let you know after I peel the foil back. :cool:

Wednesday night TV dinners? :o

I hear there's a good pizza joint in Whitehall! :tup;)

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I'll let you know after I peel the foil back. :cool:

Wednesday night TV dinners? :o

I hear there's a good pizza joint in Whitehall! :tup;)

Yes there is. "bout time we spent some money there Skid. :)

I lied. I am confining myself to taco soup tonight after a large lunch.

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I'll let you know after I peel the foil back. :cool:

Wednesday night TV dinners? :o

I hear there's a good pizza joint in Whitehall! :tup;)

I always assumed Chuck went for those "stereo dinners" and not the TV kind.

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