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Old 09-17-2012, 12:55 AM   #61
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Drunken pork chops and mashed potatoes.

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I'll post a pic when they're done. It smells really good. I like cabbage much more than green peppers. Sundays are usually crockpot days.

i could/would eat all of them!

make sure all the windows are open and exhaust fans are on full bore. lol
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Drunken pork chops and mashed potatoes.
i have to ask this, but what are Drunken pork chops?

are the pork chops cooked in some type of alcohol?
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i have to ask this, but what are Drunken pork chops?

are the pork chops cooked in some type of alcohol?
http://tastykitchen.com/recipes/main-courses/drunken-pork-chops/

They are delicious.
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Yay it's ready to go on my plate!



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ZG, do you tie the rolls to stay in shape?
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ZG, do you tie the rolls to stay in shape?
Nope. I use big cabbage leaves that wrap around really well and I make sure they're packed into the bottom of the crockpot really well. Since I cook it on low all day, they don't really float around the crockpot too much. Plus I throw extra cabbage in anyways because I really like it. If you have a FB page, the recipe for that and others is on my cooking page. There are also recipes/photos from many others as well. Send me a PM if you're interested.
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Sam, i clicked the link, i may have to get the wife to try that one out. it does sound good! thank you for the link to the recipe.
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Nope. I use big cabbage leaves that wrap around really well and I make sure they're packed into the bottom of the crockpot really well. Since I cook it on low all day, they don't really float around the crockpot too much. Plus I throw extra cabbage in anyways because I really like it. If you have a FB page, the recipe for that and others is on my cooking page. There are also recipes/photos from many others as well. Send me a PM if you're interested.
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Keilbasa and kraut tonight. Sliced the keilbasa into 3/8 slices and fried them untill crispy. Unorthodox, I know but I like the crisp. A big bag of kraut with lots of caraway seeds. Mix and enjoy the 'basa goodness.

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Keilbasa and kraut tonight. Sliced the keilbasa into 3/8 slices and fried them untill crispy. Unorthodox, I know but I like the crisp. A big bag of kraut with lots of caraway seeds. Mix and enjoy the 'basa goodness.
Hubby was just saying last night he wants some kraut and sausage soon. I like it crispy too.
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