Whats for dinner??

Discussion in 'The Club House' started by dnthmn2004, Apr 5, 2011.

  1. dnthmn2004

    dnthmn2004 New Member

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  2. AusLach

    AusLach New Member

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    Chicken, cheese, sweet chili sauce and black olive kebabs.. I think you guys call them gyros :cool:
     

  3. lonyaeger

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    Nope. Not a gyro. The protein in a gyro is usually roasted lamb.

    Unless the "cool" smiley was way over my head, which is entirely possible.
     

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  4. AusLach

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    Nope, just complete ignorance on my part :eek:

    Well this is the same except it has chicken instead of lamb..
     
  5. Dillinger

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    White meat chicken, broccoli with cheese sauce and half a mini load of "fresh" baked freezer bread. Comes in at around 500 or so calories, and because it's skinless, it's good for the blood work which is coming in the next couple of weeks.

    *sigh*

    JD
     
  6. Daoust_Nat

    Daoust_Nat Well-Known Member Supporter

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    Tacos. A ground meat mixture of 1/2 sausage and 1/2 ground beef.
    The meat sauce is homemade mixture of chipolte (sp) powder, cummin, salt, smokey paprika and dried oregeno. The mixture is spread over commercial corn chips, and covered in onion, jalepeno pepper, diced tomato and lettuce. It is then drizzled in a home made habenero sauce. Very good and very hot!

    Wife won't go near the sauce, but son and daughter love it.
     
  7. gregs887

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    No lamb? I'm disappointed :p

    New York strip with a little sea salt and fresh pepper medium rare, oven roasted sweet potatoes, grilled zucchini and onions.

    And the lady is making homemade apple pie for dessert :D
     
  8. MGH

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    Roasted turkey, baked potato, baby carrots and BRUSSEL SPROUTS!!!

    I haven't had brussel sprouts since I was a kid... still don't like them. But I know they"re probably food for me. :rolleyes:
     
  9. russ

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    Leftover homemade pizza. The wifey makes a pretty killer pie. Pepperoni, canadian bacon, and black olives, yum!
     
  10. freefall

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    Mushrooms stuffed with Italian Sausage, topped with smoked Gouda, baked for 10 min @ 425*. With some broccoli in cheese sauce over rice. That's if I make supper. The Lovely Mrs might have something else in mind.:rolleyes:
     
  11. USNWO

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    My wife made a meatloaf with scalloped potatoes, and homemade peach cobbler. And of course some of her wonderful tea. I actually have some for lunch tomorrow!
     
  12. doctherock

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    BBQ'd thick pork loin chops, marinated in soy sauce. Baked potato and green beans. Cooked it in the poring rain.
     
  13. Harleygunner

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    A big 'ol baked possum, with candied yams, fresh polk salad, cornbread, and a buttermilk pie, and sweet ice tea.Yummm Yummm!
    And a little corn whiskey, and a fine $5 cigar to finish it up!


    And you thought Granpa Jones was dead! Heee Hawwww!
     
  14. M14sRock

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    Baked pork short ribs, about 2" thick.

    Marinated in my wife's special soy, ginger, garlic and secret Asian spices. Sided with some Brussel's sprouts sauteed with bacon in chicken stock.

    One of my favorites...
     
  15. doctherock

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    Sir I dont like you right now. The brussel sprouts sent me over the top, I love em.
     
  16. M14sRock

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    And the Brussel's Sprouts right now are amazing. I've always loved them but this season they are especially yummy.

    When I met my wife she could not boil water successfully, but she is really starting to enjoy the whole cooking experience now.

    Night before last was some young asparagus tossed in olive oil and dusted with fresh pepper and sea salt then put under the broiler for about 2 minutes. It was awesome, and super simple.