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What's for dinner?

Discussion in 'The Homestead Kitchen - Recipes Etc' started by Hinotori, Aug 28, 2017.

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  1. Apr 2, 2018
    frustratedearthmother

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    Dang, last night I had some garlic stuffed olives and a chunk of cheese, lol. I was real tired...

    Tonight I might have the same...

    However, I did cook a brisket for about 14 hours - just too tired to eat it. Maybe tomorrow.
     
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    CrealCritter

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    Yes ma'am - it's a natural result of the crossing of a golden rainbow and a reqular rainbow. They are quite common here in southern IL. Although not near as common as rainbow and golden rainbow.

    I haven't caught many Palamino big enough to eat but the few I have caught their flesh is a tan color, where as the flesh of a rainbow it's light pink.

    Palamino are very predictable - they can't resist silver spooned spinners.

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    I wish we had trout here, they sure are pretty fish. But it's too danged hot!
     
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    CrealCritter

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    Honestly perch and trout are the only fresh water fish - I fish for around here. In my younger days I loved to fish for walleyes & small / large mouth bass but i guess my tastes got refined or something with old age.
     
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    CrealCritter

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    Easter dinner but not picture because it was in the refrigerator was banana pudding my daughter in law made. 1/2 northern 1/2 southern. I always choose a big ole spoon full from the southern side :)

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    Chili dawgs, baked beans and succatash. Oh, and I had an IBC rootbeer ;)
     
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    tacos last night. Haven't decided yet for tonight- it's between sausage and cabbage, or baked fish
     
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    Either one would be delish! And now I've put cabbage on our menu for tonight....I'll probably sautee it with bacon and a little bit of onion. We love it that way - it's still kinda semi-crisp and the bacon fat imparts a really nice flavor! Thanks for the inspiration!
     
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    Hamburgers, macaroni salad, and corn on the cob :drool
     
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    Farmer Connie

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    My modem died and I have been absent for a couple days. Glad to see everyone is still eating good!
     

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