Show Us Your Dinner! (Home Cooking ONLY please!)

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  1. sKiZo

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    No restaurant, take out, or fast food! Real honest to goodness home cooking only!!

    Marinated Flank Steak


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  2. 4-2-7

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    Oh come-on I want to play!!! Rules sux:D

    Ok now I have to go figure out what to eat, could even be breakfast.
     
  3. MaxxVolume

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    Corned Beef Club sangweedge....

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  4. trhee

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    I went out and ate two bowls of seolleongtang (ox bone soup) to help with my hangover from last night. I tend to eat quite a bit the day after heavy drinking. That was 4 hours ago and now I'm kind of getting hungry again.

    I went to a house party at a friend's house and must've drank at a least a bottle of gin and a bottle of scotch on an empty stomach. I hadn't eaten all day and just snacked on some cheese while drinking. Don't remember the taxi ride home but I do remember being woken up by a policeman who asked me to come inside the station after paying for my taxi. Apparently I fell asleep inside the taxi and the driver couldn't wake me up so he drove to the police station near my house. I was invited inside and they asked me a few questions but were very gracious and gave me coffee until I became less groggy and then escorted me home just to make sure I got home safe. Props to the police here in Seoul.

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  5. sKiZo

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    You misspelled samwhich ... <G>

    Corned beef is the king of samwhiches here. Local grocery does a killer Ukranian rye bread that's got lots of texture to it. I fry the meat and bread first, then pile on a mix of chopped cabbage, romaine lettuce, onions, and shredded carrot, and top that with 1000 island dressing.

    Been a while ... Have to put the fixin's on the grocery list!
     
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    Treating myself tonight. Prime NY strip and 20 year old Pappy!
     
  8. ooba tooba

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    Breakfast for supper. A stack of waffles with maple syrup and butter and two slices of Country ham. IMG_0396.JPG
     
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    That looks delicious. Brings back childhood memories. Breakfast for supper was pancakes, scrambled eggs, and either bacon, or sausage. Maple syrup on breakfast sausage is one of my favorite flavor combinations.

    -Dave
     
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    Before or after I've eaten it?
     
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    ^^^beat me to it.
     
  13. sKiZo

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    Beat you both WITH it ... <G>
     
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    That's why I do it. When the maple syrup gets all over the ham or sausage, its a flavor combo made in Heaven.
     
  15. Erik Tracy

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    Tonight was pan seared pork chops, wild rice, and grilled corn.

    The chops were beautifully cut at my specialty butcher and turned out juicy, tender, bursting with flavor once thru that crisp sear.

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    Garlic shrimp & chorizo

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    Nice to have some specialty meat stores in the 'hood, ain't it? Local butcher on the corner and a nice little Mexican grocery not far down the road.

    Couple good ideas there I can ... feed off of. Just pulled some chorizo out of the freezer that will make a nice hash for breakfast and grabbed some chops for dinner while I was at it.
     
  18. MaxxVolume

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    Fer sure ! I also like to cut up some chorizo into chunks, sautee it for a few minutes, and make an omelette with it. Adding some small cubes of cream cheese lends a decadent touch, too. A couple slices of rye toast w/ butter & jelly, and a hot cuppa coffee, and you`ll be ready for the day :)
     
  19. valvenator

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    First time I had the combination of shrimp and chorizo I was very pleasantly surprised.
    ..and that Corned Beef Club at post #3 reminds me that St Patty's day is just around the corner.
    (edit: I realized today that corner is still about a two months walk away :()
    Corned Beef and Cabbage followed by Reuben sammiches, mmmmmmmm, mmmmmmmm, I can't wait!
     
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  20. Mystic

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    That looks darned delicious!
     

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