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Digging for treasure

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Well I was digging for treasure in our chest freezer for the long weekend, I found a nice butt and some single serving vac packs of pp. so being alone for dinner tonight pp it is! Roasted up some redskin taters nice and golden while the pork simmered away.




Then I added cheese,four cheddar blend,the pp and green onions. I ate off the foil to keep my paper plate clean as I'm not doing the dishes.biggrin.gif

post #2 of 17
Looks like a tasty bachelor's dinner. Beats the hell out of a Tombstone pizza!
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Originally Posted by SmokeyMose View Post

Looks like a tasty bachelor's dinner. Beats the hell out of a Tombstone pizza!
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Thanks SmokeyMose, it sure did beat a frozen pizza,not that it's hard. biggrin.gif
post #4 of 17

I am right there with you brother, wifey is out of town all week, just me, the cats and dog.

Last night it was Subway, tonight I am thinking canned clam chowder.

 

BUT Tomorrow... Blackened Rib Eye on the Griswold.

 

That PP concoction you've got going looks amazing... Find china to boot!

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Originally Posted by redheelerdog View Post

I am right there with you brother, wifey is out of town all week, just me, the cats and dog.
Last night it was Subway, tonight I am thinking canned clam chowder.

BUT Tomorrow... Blackened Rib Eye on the Griswold.

That PP concoction you've got going looks amazing... Find china to boot!


Thanks redheelerdog, your suffering will be paying off nicely! After your last blackened post I decided I'm going to attempt a rotisserie version with a Tri tip some day it should work out well with a nice butter bath as it spins. Unfortunately I need to wait and plan it out as the wife can't stand the heat.wife.gif
post #6 of 17

B-one , great meal when the family is gone , I love the tin foil plate!

post #7 of 17
Tasty taters!
post #8 of 17

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Excellent looking meal B!

 

Al

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Thanks SmokeyMose, it sure did beat a frozen pizza,not that it's hard. biggrin.gif
Actually, a few weeks ago I took a basic Tombstone, sliced up some Andouille to cover and added a layer of smoked Mozzarella, cooked on a stone and it wasn't shabby.
I like your idea better, though 😊.
post #10 of 17

Wicked good looking meal.

I did the fine china thing many a time,

danged if I was washing dishes.

 

 Ed

post #11 of 17
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Originally Posted by CrazyMoon View Post

B-one , great meal when the family is gone , I love the tin foil plate!

Thanks CM,it was easy and tasty!
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Tasty taters!

Thanks ds!
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Excellent looking meal B!

Al


Thanks Al,you got to love leftovers!
post #14 of 17

Yea, that's a tasty looking meal any day.

post #15 of 17
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Originally Posted by SmokeyMose View Post

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Originally Posted by b-one View Post

Thanks SmokeyMose, it sure did beat a frozen pizza,not that it's hard. biggrin.gif
Actually, a few weeks ago I took a basic Tombstone, sliced up some Andouille to cover and added a layer of smoked Mozzarella, cooked on a stone and it wasn't shabby.
I like your idea better, though 😊.

That doesn't sound to bad,I can't recall the last time I had frozen pizza.
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Wicked good looking meal.
I did the fine china thing many a time,
danged if I was washing dishes.

 Ed

Thanks Ed,part of my job is dishes so the wife learned long ago before she was the wife I don't do many dishes.biggrin.gif
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Yea, that's a tasty looking meal any day.

Thanks c farmer,need to make plans for the butt now.
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