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Old 10-17-2012, 01:26 AM   #231
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We're having sirloin meat too. I make a little concoction that is one of Fathead's favorites.
Looks good!
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Looks good!
It is tasty. And easy.
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Yea it does !

I boil too many spagetti noodles for other dishes. Butter and onion sauteed with noodles and garlic then drop bay shrimp in and season with some chili powder.

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grilled pork country ribs, soft fried potatoes, pinto beans and corn on the cob! MMMMMMMM good!

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Pot roast is my favorite!!
Mine, too.
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Mine, too.
i like a good pot roast. with potatoes, carrots, onions and mushrooms! pot roast makes a good sandwich the next day too! MMMMMM!
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Mine, too.
There's a place I saw on Diners, Drive ins and Dives. It's called "The Depot" and it's in Chicago. They specialize in all types of pot roast dishes. I must eat there soon!
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I like making Jack Daniels beef. Cook a pot roast in a Crock Pot overnight with a packet brown gravy mix until it is very tender. Take it out, shred it and put it in the 'fridge until the fat congeals. Take the fat off, put the shredded beef back in the Crock Pot with some Jack Daniels to taste. Let it cook another 4-5 hours. Serve it in hamburger buns or sandwich rolls. Absolutely DELICIOUS.

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I like making Jack Daniels beef. Cook a pot roast in a Crock Pot overnight with a packet brown gravy mix until it is very tender. Take it out, shred it and put it in the 'fridge until the fat congeals. Take the fat off, put the shredded beef back in the Crock Pot with some Jack Daniels to taste. Let it cook another 4-5 hours. Serve it in hamburger buns or sandwich rolls. Absolutely DELICIOUS.
WOC, that does sound pretty good!
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An engineer at work treated us to steaks marinated in his homemade whiskey marinade. Effing awesome!

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