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#31 Marilyn R

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Posted 10 December 2012 - 12:52 PM

YUM! Thanks for sharing!


And LOL, I have that same stoneware you're serving the sushi on! :D
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Posted 10 December 2012 - 02:37 PM

And LOL, I have that same stoneware you're serving the sushi on! :D


Awesome!
Yeah, it was a long time ago, so I don't remember the details. Some of the leftovers sushi was really quite good (turkey and avocado, iirc), but some of it was just... well, not "bad", but not anything you'd want to bother with making again. :P
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#33 FatBear

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Posted 02 January 2013 - 02:12 PM

I go for the straight up pig on a bone just like my grammy always made. That's it, someone took a pig, killed it, cut off it's leg and turned it into a ham. BAM! Christmas dinner. Zero gluten worries there, not that I don't read the package but it's pretty hard to screw up pig in plastic.


We raised pigs (for our own consumption only!) when I was a kid. Man, I am glad I don't do that anymore! But if you live in or near the country there are probably butchers around who will butcher a hog and take a percentage of it instead of money - then they sell the meat. It's one way to get unprocessed pork (beef, too) and at a good price if you buy a lot at once and freeze it. I think many of the smaller outfits can even give you "provenance" on your meat - who grew it and if it is "organic", grass fed, etc.
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