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Old 08-22-2015, 07:36 AM
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This is the best Chorizo & eggs you can buy in our area. After eating this it may be time for a nap.
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Old 08-22-2015, 08:09 AM
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Is that bean's on your plate? Man I'd have to replace them with grits.

My first NASA school was in Houston in 74 where I first tried grits and although they don't have a lot of taste I got hooked on them.
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Old 08-22-2015, 08:17 AM
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R2....sour krout (sp),

Ribs over BBQ, then when almost done lay them on a bed of sour krout and bake them in the oven for 30 minutes. Damn great combo.

Don't forget to boil red potatoes in chicken soup with a little parsley sprinkled over the top. AND most important.......BEER, good beer.
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Old 08-22-2015, 10:42 AM
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My GF is taking me to Red Lobster tonight....better than cooking.......lol
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Old 08-22-2015, 10:51 AM
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Is that bean's on your plate? Man I'd have to replace them with grits.

My first NASA school was in Houston in 74 where I first tried grits and although they don't have a lot of taste I got hooked on them.
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No choice of grits available at this place. I got kind of burned out on them when I was a kid though so not sure I would order them if they had them.
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Old 08-22-2015, 04:35 PM
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Saurkraut....yum and fantastic with roasted with pork.

I actually am planning to make some kraut here in the next few weeks. Ferment it then can it. First time but it seems simple enough.

Dinner tonight was the awesome smoked babybacks sauced with a homemade peach BBQ sauce. Fell of the bones literally. :-D. Homemade coleslaw. Homemade baked beans and fresh corn on the cob.

Fam showed up today with a couple of pies and a couple quarts of some fancy schmancy ice cream but I was too stuffed for dessert. Ugh lol

Sent them home this evening with a few dinners for the fam that couldn't make it.

I am being blamed for the pants being a little uncomfortable. Ooooops. ~snicker
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Old 08-22-2015, 06:55 PM
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Mike, I was raised in Hawaii as a kid. I grew up on poi with breakfast, lunch, and dinner. So grits were a big change for me even as an adult.

r2r,

Out standing Marine. Food sounds great and the family an extra treat. Good for you and glad you had a good time.

To night we did it a little different...Chinese food.
I was raised on Chinese and Japanese food, as well as Hawaiian food. But good Chinese food I can't pass up.

Pork Chow Mein, S/S Port, BBQ pork bun's, and the best fried rice known to man.

As a kid we had this lady that pushed a cart on Waikiki beach where you could fine BBQ Port buns to die for.
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Don't get the wrong idea here folks as I am happily married. That said we should all give credit where it is due-

Regarding r2r
-was a Marine-check
-great cook-check
-knows how to care for living things-check
-looks good-check
oh almost forgot
-colorful vocabulary- double check-lol
One correction on your check list Hill; She's still breathing so she IS a Marine ! That is all..........
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Oh yeah?!! ,,Well,,,, SGGT make burger on the grill today!! :P
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One correction on your check list Hill; She's still breathing so she IS a Marine ! That is all..........
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