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The What's For Dinner Tonight Chat


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Posted 16 April 2015 - 02:24 PM

GR..I like the sound of your stew.  Do you actually put the sauerkraut in the stew, and if so how much?  How long do you cook it for?

Yes Zebra,  the saurkraut goes in the pot with everything else.  I saute the meaty items first and then put everything in the slow cooker til it's done.  "Done" is to taste, a few hours at least.  I used a big jar of kraut, plus a few cups of sliced cabbage to go with half a polish sausage, a few strips of bacon and one fat pork chop.

 

(I used some sauerkraut that says it doesn't contain vinegar.  Still plenty sour!)


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Posted 19 April 2015 - 09:34 PM

Tonight (or tomorrow really but I have to prep tonight so I can manage) I am making Gyro salad.  Heavy on the meat AND veggies... and a side of Tzatziki dressing. 


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Posted 20 April 2015 - 08:55 AM

Yes Zebra,  the saurkraut goes in the pot with everything else.  I saute the meaty items first and then put everything in the slow cooker til it's done.  "Done" is to taste, a few hours at least.  I used a big jar of kraut, plus a few cups of sliced cabbage to go with half a polish sausage, a few strips of bacon and one fat pork chop.

 

(I used some sauerkraut that says it doesn't contain vinegar.  Still plenty sour!)

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Posted 20 April 2015 - 05:45 PM

Last night we had grilled chicken, baked sweet potatoes, and green beans.  Tonight I am making red beans and rice and will have some carrots on the side.


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Posted 24 April 2015 - 06:43 PM

Wednesday was a sick day so I pulled some pulled pork out of the freezer and made that with green beans and baby carrots on the side.  So all I did was boil veggies and throw meat in the microwave.  

 

Pulled Pork in the crock pot:

Just put a pork roast in the crock pot with some BBQ sauce and unsweetened applesauce, 8 hours later on low have beautiful pulled pork that falls apart when you pick it up.  Season to taste.  Its a nice dish for very little effort and I freeze a lot of leftovers.  I get the leaner pork ribeye roast, it is a more reasonable 2-3 pounds for the two of us and less fat than a pork butt(which is actually their shoulder, not their hiney).  Pork tenderloin will work for it, too, but definitely needs liquid or it'll dry out.  Would work with a beef roast as well.

 

Last night I did another easy dinner of Bushs Baked beans with applegate hot dogs cut up into them.  Carrots on the side.  Really tasty and another easy meal for when I don't feel up to cooking.   

 

Tonight will be grilled pork chops, peas, and roasted mini white potatoes.  Today was a little crazy, had to sit in the bathtub with my angry cat as a tornado warning was going off.  My work I do from home requires power, phone, and internet, and since the power was flickering off and on for a while after had to start my weekend early.  No complaints there.  Just glad I did take shelter because the next town over got some bad damage.  Texas springtime, one minute it is all nice and the next minute it is violent and then nice again.

 

Tomorrow for dinner, my family is having a get together and they are making fajitas.  I am going to let my husband have at it with the flour tortillas, and I am bringing a frozen dinner so I don't even have to mess with it.  While the family member hosting could probably cook for me OK, would rather just not mess with it and enjoy the company.


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Posted 24 April 2015 - 06:50 PM


Tomorrow for dinner, my family is having a get together and they are making fajitas.  I am going to let my husband have at it with the flour tortillas, and I am bringing a frozen dinner so I don't even have to mess with it.  While the family member hosting could probably cook for me OK, would rather just not mess with it and enjoy the company.[/quote]

Sometimes I just don't want to mess and bring my own food, too.
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