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Old 04-03-2014, 07:09 AM   #3051
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Yes, Red Robin burgers are pretty darn good, but I think they're consistently rated the least healthy of the big chain restaraunts. That's why they're so good.
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I had a patty melt at a place called Red Robin. Not bad at all.
I normally get the royal red robin burger and dip the fries in their campfire sauce. Pretty Damn good if I do say so my self.
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Tonight a store bought roast chicken and a salad.
Delivered. My sister is coming over and bringing dinner.
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Never heard of this and Googled it. So, it's a stew? How is it different then what we all call stew?

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Never heard of this and Googled it. So, it's a stew? How is it different then what we all call stew?

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More of a hot dish, I sometimes let it stew in the slow cooker all day until veggies are soft. I'm not really sure where the name came from, I think it was an invention of one of my aunts. I don't have an actual recipe, it's just kinda in my head. 1 lb ground beef, 5-6 carrots, 4-5 medium potatoes, 2 cans tomato soup, two cans of water, onion (I usually just use onion flakes), celery if wanted, seasoning salt, black pepper, and garlic powder. If done in the oven 375 for 45 minutes covered then another 35-45 uncovered.
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Taking the wife to a small town gathering where they have crafts, petting zoo for the grandson, and food vendors. So, I am not sure what I will end up eating tonight.
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More of a hot dish, I sometimes let it stew in the slow cooker all day until veggies are soft. I'm not really sure where the name came from, I think it was an invention of one of my aunts. I don't have an actual recipe, it's just kinda in my head. 1 lb ground beef, 5-6 carrots, 4-5 medium potatoes, 2 cans tomato soup, two cans of water, onion (I usually just use onion flakes), celery if wanted, seasoning salt, black pepper, and garlic powder. If done in the oven 375 for 45 minutes covered then another 35-45 uncovered.
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Taking the wife to a small town gathering where they have crafts, petting zoo for the grandson, and food vendors. So, I am not sure what I will end up eating tonight.
Sounds like a very nice evening with your Grandson.
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Brats, kraut, and bacon. Few things are any better.


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