Is That The Dinner Bell?

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    Nice, cool fall days. What's on the menus? Roast chicken perhaps...
     
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    Yep. It's cookin' time again! Let the good times roll!
     
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    thin cut rib eyes are the grill baked taters....it got hot here today....

    i am looking forward to cooler temps and then its chicken and dumplings time....

    maybe a nice stew with cornbread
     
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    It's in high 50's here, but drops close to freezing at night. Well cooking is out, going to watch my friend's 7 year old grandson play flag football. Left over stew or chicken soup, whichever the son doesn't eat before I get home. ;)
     
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    Tonight is meatloaf night. :thup:

    I'm looking forward to roast pork with apples. And the chicken and dumplings, meat pies, homemade soups, beef stew....now I'm getting hungry!
     
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    I think Chicken n' Dumplings is on the menu for Sunday. Love that! Oh, I made the best stew the other day, actually last weekend made two different ones, both good, but the beef stew was the best! Chicken soup rocked too.

    Next up, sides the C n D, split pea.
     
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    Ladies, I can be single in a moment's notice.

    Just throwing that out there...
     
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    My special Italian tomato soup and grilled cheddar-asiago cheese sandwiches.

    Soup:
    (In quantity)

    2 large cans condensed tomato soup
    (add water, milk or both as per instructions on can.)
    1 can peeled tomatoes or substitute with 5 blanched, peeled fresh tomatoes, diced
    I large sweet onion, finely diced
    1 lb cooked ground Italian sausage
    (Sweet or spicy)
    1/2 of a small bottle of Italian seasoning

    Combine all the ingredients in a large pot and cook on medium-low heat for at least 1 hour, stirring frequently.
    Garnish with Parmesan cheese
     

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