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Old 04-24-2017, 08:22 AM   #3951
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Oh, boy. I need to pickle some mustard seeds!

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Taco Tuesday fell on a Monday this week. (Used ground pork and mixed up my own seasonings, served with a side of Peruvian beans started yesterday in ho-made pork stock.)
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Chilly temps here in the Northeast, so perfect for Boulliabass.
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Well, there were enough leftovers that Taco Tuesday may fall on Tuesday, too!
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Garlic mashed with kimchi. Why not?

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Pork chops with brussel sprouts in cast iron. Cooked a couple pieces of chopped bacon and about a quarter onion, pulled from the pan and set aside then seared the chops (seasoned with S&P Paprika and raw sugar) on one side on high heat. Killed the fire, flipped the chops then added halved sprouts cut side down and topped them with the saved bacon and onion and a couple tablespoons of water. Throw into a 425 oven uncovered for 10 mins and you're ready to go. Served with a baked potato and it's a One Pan Wonder!
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Well still trying to get rid of smoked meats! LOL Thought we had eaten all of the Turkey then opened the veggie storage and viola' another huge bag o turkey meat....

OK Round two or three of how to use what you have in the fridge. Made a Texas staple for family get togethers etc. King Ranch Casserole! Doubled the recipe pretty much and used the HOT Rotel tomatoes to kick it up a notch. Still very savory. Comfort food for sure for me.
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Well, there were enough leftovers that Taco Tuesday may fall on Tuesday, too!
I did, in fact, reprise Monday's taco meal again on Taco Tuesday. So me and Boromir are tight!
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