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I'm still a cook in training, but have a few things down. Pot roast with taters, carrots and onions, pulled pork roast, veggie soup with bar-b-qued pork, spaghetti sauce with meat. Also traditional breakfast (eggs, bacon,ham,livermush, grits). Ethan handles the corn muffins for the soup, he also does desserts (brownies, cold oven pound cake). Let me know if stopping by so I can get stuff together, you know cub parts, lol! Oh yeah, southern sweet tea.
My daughter is the chili eater in this family. I buy mine from a local institution (Gary's B-B-Q ) for burgers and dogs.
wonder how long it will take me to drive to kannapolis n.c. because all that sounds so good. i could sure founder myself. tom
Yup, but you could work it off helping to fix the "Moneypit". I used to make chili with left over burgers from work, and chicken and dumplings with the fried chicken. Mashed potatoes with bacon, fried onions, and shredded cheese made Twice backed patatoes. We ate well at the local burger franchise, LOL!
Tried something new this past weekend, boneless chicken thighs in the crock pot with Sweet Baby Ray's BBQ sauce! Yum, Yum!
John I did not know you took a child bride you lucky ole dog!
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