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    Homemade chicken and dumplings.

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    So good, I had two bowls.
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    Saturday and Sunday dinner.

    On Saturday my daughter made fish and chips, and on Sunday my boy made lasagne, well he made all the components, he delegated the building part to me lol.

    I'm rather enjoying teaching them both to cook.

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    Homemade pepperoni rolls.

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    A West Virginia, originated staple.
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    Homemade pepperoni rolls.

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    A West Virginia, originated staple.
    Those look so good Mike.
    For dinner tonight i had a tin of cold baked beans straight out of the can because heating them was dirty saucepan to wash and the microwave doesn't seem to like the can

    Being single has one advantage, i can what i like and i don't get told off lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by STF View Post
    Those look so good Mike.
    For dinner tonight i had a tin of cold baked beans straight out of the can because heating them was dirty saucepan to wash and the microwave doesn't seem to like the can

    Being single has one advantage, i can what i like and i don't get told off lol
    I kinda miss those days. Though I do most everything around the house as it is.

    Wife has are hard time standing and moving around for very long, anymore. It takes her longer thinking about it, than it takes me to do it and be on to other things.

    I made those from scratch, not her.
    Not that she can't cook, but if you wanna eat sometime this week, ya better know how to fend for yourself, or be a poster boy for Atkins

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    Quote Originally Posted by STF View Post
    Those look so good Mike.
    For dinner tonight i had a tin of cold baked beans straight out of the can because heating them was dirty saucepan to wash and the microwave doesn't seem to like the can

    Being single has one advantage, i can what i like and i don't get told off lol
    One guy I lived with would put an inch or two of water in a pan and heat the can of soup or beans in the water before eating out of the can.

    When I worked in the fields we would put a can of whatever or a hamburger in tinfoil on the manifold of the combine engines.

    Lots of ways to avoid doing dishes!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 32t View Post
    One guy I lived with would put an inch or two of water in a pan and heat the can of soup or beans in the water before eating out of the can.

    When I worked in the fields we would put a can of whatever or a hamburger in tinfoil on the manifold of the combine engines.

    Lots of ways to avoid doing dishes!
    When my son joined Boy Scouts their first 'Camp out' was just out of town and in the churches retreat.

    Anyway they were to fix their 'Dinner' in foil packets. I showed him how to make some steak, potatoes and some green beans in foil. Since I would be attending we made THREE---Why Three??? I told him that we'd take three just in case someone didn't have a packet.

    Sure as hell there was one kid whose parents didn't give him anything for supper. That was one very happy little kid when we gave him his foil packet.

    It does to plan to 'Be Prepared'.
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    Just a little simple cabbage from the garden. Half of the last head of 2023 cabbage.

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    Spaghetti with homemade meatballs and garlic bread. Sliced, butter n garlic, Colby jack cheese under the broiler.

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    Got home late Friday and the wife had a really simple med-well steak in the micro and raw broccoli in the fridge. Figured I could do something else.
    Sliced it thin and into a small iron skillet with olive oil. Sautéed some jalapeno slices and red onion strings. All the trimmings and ranch dressing.
    Was silly good. Wife acted impressed!


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    "Don't be stubborn. You are missing out".
    I rest my case.

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