Food anyone?

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    No it's one of those little ones with me on the outside!

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    Awww! A little angel one, you mean. Sweet. I've got a little one too but not with me on it. My kitchen has enough c..p in it so we have it in our laundry cupboard(long story).
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    Ha ha. Good comeback! I wish I was that quick.
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    Hmm, I thought is was a bit cold and cramped in here........and where is that damned light switch!

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    Gosh are that hungry that you have to stay in there or have you not the ability to get out again, yes, result. Make sure that you send us a pickie please.
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    Can't do that, I only have an iPad 1!

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    Why? It's my thread, don't you dare! Where is your food suggestion anyway? You can't go until you reply please.
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    Deviled eggs. I usually do a dozen at a time, but any number works. Use a fork to mash the cooked yolks. Add equal parts Miracle Whip, sandwich spread, and mustard until the mixture is barely moist add salt, pepper, and mustard to taste. Do not get the mix too wet. Spoon into the white egg halves and dust with paprika. For the brave, a dash of hot sauce to the mix does give it bite.

    Cheese Ball: Let 8oz of cream cheese soften (can be done in microwave). Chop in small pieces, one can of Hormel dried beef slices, and one bunch of green onions. Mix together. It will be stiff to mix. Once mixed, line a small bowl with Saran wrap and press the mix into the bowl, getting the voids out and then seal with the Saran wrap. Let set for at least one day, then serve with ritz crackers. It can be made without the beef for veggies. The bowl will give shape to the bowl, and you can use molds if you are careful with the wrap.
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    Barbecued Husky? Skewered ~ :D

    Anyone?
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    For the ones that like to experiment, I suggest that you try a little dill relish to the yolk mix. You might also try a little dry BBQ seasoning instead of salt and pepper. I like Head Country, a local favorite.

    And have you ever made country fried taters? Boil a few potatoes until they just start to get soft. Should still be firm. Quarter and slice the potatoes (1/8th inch or so), and fry in oil. For about four medium potatoes, add about 1/2 or a full medium onion about half way into cooking the potatoes. I like it in 1/4 inch by 2 inch slices. Cook until the onions are lightly grilled and the potatoes are getting crispy in places. Turn often, drain well. In the past, this was a way to take leftover potatoes and make another meal. Hint: do not peel the potatoes, just take out bad spots and clean the skins. Adds a nice flavor.
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    Ohh, yum, thank you Seadog, I will definitely try those.

    Sweet P, what has Raja done now? No, I will not eat your dog ever, it's bad enough the Europeans eat horse. God, I'd heave if someone gave me a horse steak! Eww!
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    I would love to eat a roasted pig right now! lol we call it "lechon" here. Usually, stuff with lemon grass, bay leaf, pepper corn, onions, garlic, bellpeppers with a native wine. Yummmy! im getting hungry just describing it!
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    Horse steak......I had that by accident whilst in France, admittedly not as nice as beef but nice all the same.

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    I think I've gone off you now Gab
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    So many Brits in this thread so where is the bubble & squeak (personal favourite), pie & mash (don't forget the liquor, another personal favourite) and the jellied eels (so long ago I can't remember if this was a personal favourite!).

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    Hey, I didn't know that I was eating Shergar! Then again, isn't a horse just an athletic cow (remember that I'm a city boy)?

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    I'LL be making some cornish game hens on the grill tonight with roasted red taters and some delish green beans that I lighty saute with bacon onions and garlic with a sash of lemon
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    Oh boy the p is gone it's not working on my key board I keep having to turn of the Bluetooth
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    I am making Home made slow cooked Chilli tonight.

    Hmmm wraps, rice or both?

    Had 10 Birds Eye chilli's in it 

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