Well? What did you have for dinner tonight??

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    Cracker need some protein, gotta add some swine, venison, yard bird, or gator to that there.

    Rabbit'll work in a pinch. A meal without meat is not a meal. It's a side dish.


    I've been places where a meal is 1/2 a chicken with a side of burger,sausage, hot dog, or ribs.
     
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    I used to spend whole weekends eating nothing but meat. Usually crab, fish, or rabbit.
     
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    Whatever, dude. No meat= No go for me, sorry.

    You can't get meat in Russia, er what?

    Selivan.
     
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    Indian cabbage curry mom made
     
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    Popeye's Chicken and mashed potatoes (with gravy)
     
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    Salted Beaver.
     
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    We had a Labor Day potluck at church. "Food Around the World". Tons of Italian and Mexican food, but we also had a soul food table, Native American food, and Indian food. Soooo good.
     
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    Yum - sounds good.

    We had a BBQ while watching the A's spank the Evul Yankees. Burger, sausages and ribs (first two grilled, last one smoked).
     
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    Was reading Cecile's cinnamon crusted pork tenderloin recipe from a few days ago. Every week I have my Aunt Betty--age 92 and in better shape than most of us--and her next door neighbor, who is adopted family, over for Sunday lunch. It is pretty much the only home cooked meal either get as neither cook. :)

    Last Sunday I tried a new recipe of marinated (over night) pork tenderloin roasted in the oven and served with apricot sauce. Yummy.
     
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    I would love to be able to cook pork with apricot or peach sauces, but my husband dislikes them both. :(
     

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