What's for dinner???

Discussion in 'Outdoor Cafe' started by Triple C, Mar 25, 2020.

  1. Mennoniteman

    Mennoniteman Well-Known Member

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    Turkey salad sandwich
    This is the #1 best way to enjoy a tasty spring gobbler. Ingredients:
    1 large turkey breast
    1 pint pickle relish
    Approx 1/2 cup mayo
    Salt
    Black Pepper
    Seasonings
    Bake turkey breast with seasonings of choice, throw baked turkey breast into the food chopper with the rest of the ingredients, adjust mayo to taste and texture, serve cold in sandwiches with a piece of swiss cheese underneath. Umm ummm good!
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  2. Drycreek

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    988A59C2-B962-49C5-A882-AD2913FB3A2D.jpeg A couple nights ago I had a hankering for breakfast. My bride fixed me up with hash browns, fried eggs, biscuits, and venison cutlets. Mmm, mmm, good !
     
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    Mennoniteman Well-Known Member

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    She did good. Frying up a good breakfast works 24 hours a day.
     
  4. Triple C

    Triple C Well-Known Member

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    Another perfection plate!
     
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    I'm trying this for sure!
     
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  6. Triple C

    Triple C Well-Known Member

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    Had the crew over Friday nite and the vote went to Super Nachos. Had leftover steak n chicken in the fridge. Everybody was happy.
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    Complete with home made guac.
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    Was on the River at 6:30 next morning and first cast produced a nice size striper.
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    Last night we had striper tacos grilled on the Traeger n coated in various concoctions from the spice rack.
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  7. Drycreek

    Drycreek Well-Known Member

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    That fish looks good ! I had homemade chicken pot pie for supper. No pic, I ate the evidence…..;)
     
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    g squared 23 Well-Known Member

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    This was the best deer steak I’ve ever had, I don’t think I’m kidding. Simple too: olive oil rub, garlic powder, seasoning salt, and pepper. Cooked on grill at 2.5 minutes per side to maybe a tad under medium rare. Topped with a little bleu cheese. Holy smokes was that good.
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