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What was the last thing you cooked?


You know, that one lady we met that one time.
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Cooking up crunchy shelled tacos, as we speak. Stuffed with steak fajitas and veggies, homemade guac, home-canned pinto beans, goat cheese, and tapatio.


You know, that one lady we met that one time.
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Last night I made chicken nachos. All real whole food.

This morning, I'm raising homemade white bread with homemade sourdough starter.

Mary Terry

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I'm an American southerner so I can turn any leftovers into a casserole or a soup. It's in our DNA down here because we don't want to waste food.

So, last night I oven roasted a whole head of cabbage, cut down the middle into two pieces, and put them on a roasting pan cut side facing up. I liberally covered the tops (the cut sides) with a sauteed mixture of fresh jalapenos, onions, tomatoes, garlic, bacon and olive oil. Then I roasted them at 300 degrees for three hours and they were still hard as rocks although they tasted good.

So, this morning, I cut them up into small pieces and dumped them in a crock pot/slow cooker with plenty of homemade chicken stock and pork stock and tossed in a rind of Parmesan cheese. I'll let them cook in the liquid for as long as it takes to soften them up, then blend the mixture into a soup.

I'll like it but can't speak for hubby who is not a fan of cabbage regardless of how I cook it. I'll make a salad for him tonight while I enjoy my soup.


You know, that one lady we met that one time.
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Breakfast for dinner.

A big scramble of steak, potatoes, and scrambled eggs. With waffle iron French toast for dessert. Herb tea on the side.

Still an extremely humble meal. The steak isn't as fancy as you think. It was a bit of a chopped up London Broil that was on sale for five dollars. And the french toast was just homemade bread dipped in egg, and topped with honey and food box blueberries.
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Video game and movie addict.
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A couple of loaves of banana bread. It is a great treat and a great way to use up the bananas I did not eat in time.


a person
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I'll go with the whole weekend, including tomorrow, since it all goes together. First hummus and sauteed mushrooms and lots of fresh veggies (pita bread was bought). Then, a barbecue sauce for pork ribs. It is a mustard sauce. I just coated the ribs for overnight. And acorn squash. Tomorrow is rapini. Lets see, yes roasted some of the mushrooms whole with asparagus.
It isn't a super fancy weekend of cooking, but it works.

by the way I love to cook.

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