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What's for supper???
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Mark/Ks    Posted 01-30-2005 at 15:21:46       [Reply]  [No Email]
Big baked chicken,homemade mac and cheese,steamed asparagus,sweet cornbread muffins,brewed iced tea and my daughter Lacey's 19th birthday cake for dessert(yellow cake/chocolate icing)!!! Mark in Kansas

Hee Haw!    Posted 01-31-2005 at 06:07:34       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Sounds just like "Hey grandpa, what's for supper". For breakfast I had the bread maker set to have fresh bread ready first thing this morning. What a great smell to wake up to!

Redneck    Posted 01-31-2005 at 03:47:38       [Reply]  [No Email]
Big pot of deer stew. I already had it nearly done for wife that was with sick relatives, till she came in with hot Chinese. I like warmed over deer stew. Sorta like butter beans, it's better the next day anyhow.

Dug    Posted 01-30-2005 at 18:11:30       [Reply]  [No Email]
Rigitoni with "real" Italian sausage pruchased from an "authentic" Italian grocery store in southeast Kansas. Two plates and I can barely move. Now THAT'S livin'!

Dug, with a 38 inch waist and growing...

Mark/Ks    Posted 01-30-2005 at 18:25:03       [Reply]  [No Email]
Nice to hear of some good news out of SE Kansas. Lately,it's been all bad news out of that part of the state. Keep eatin. Mark in Kansas

KatG    Posted 01-30-2005 at 17:44:50       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Pork roast in a coona$$ gravy...rice...homemade bread...asparagus...pea salad...and pumpim pie cake for dessert...hmmmmmmmmm..KAtG

It'll be an Elvis    Posted 01-30-2005 at 16:10:24       [Reply]  [No Email]
Yep - an Elvis.

Crisp fried bacon, sliced banana, peanut butter, your favorite jam, honey, and two slices of bread.

Assemble and quick toast on the stove. Mmm Mmm Mmm

Glass of cold milk to wash it down.

Now, for desert ... an angioplasty !

- Peanut, who cooked a monster breakfast and is not ready for another huge meal today, one is enough.

Not truly an Elvis...    Posted 01-30-2005 at 16:22:43       [Reply]  [No Email]
...Til you eat 14 of them at 3:30 in the morning.
Still sounds good though. Mark in Kansas

steve19438    Posted 01-30-2005 at 16:07:23       [Reply]  [Send Email]
how much did ya pay for the asparagrass? the local market had it for 2.69 a bunch!(not a big bunch either)

Mark/Ks    Posted 01-30-2005 at 16:14:58       [Reply]  [No Email]
We buy our asparagus from a farmer who has a big patch of it for supplemental income.I think it is $1/lb you pickit,and $2/lb they pickit. We blanch it and freeze it and it is soooo gooood!!
Mark in Kansas

Hey Zipcode    Posted 01-30-2005 at 16:14:47       [Reply]  [No Email]
I love asparagus.

Do you prefer the little thin ones (youngins) or the thicker (oldens)?

Me, I look for the thinest I can find - dont care about the price when I have a taste for them.

Cheese sauce on top? Butter/garlic on top? Just plain?

Boiled or steamed? Have you ever grilled asparagus? I have - it is the best in the world.

- Peanut

donna in w.v    Posted 01-30-2005 at 18:30:40       [Reply]  [Send Email]
try putting a few tespoons of olive oil in a frying pan with the juice of a couple of lemons then lay some asparagus on it and a little salt cover and cook for 5-10 min. don't peek just jiggle the pan a few times.

steve19438    Posted 01-30-2005 at 16:43:45       [Reply]  [Send Email]
steamed or boiled, but still crunchy, with butter and bacon bits. (real ones)
i agree, thin are the best. grilled is good too but i prefer cooked with water.

so...    Posted 01-30-2005 at 15:55:13       [Reply]  [No Email]
My address is Box 36, Charlotte, Vermont...

I'll be expecting my share in tomorrow afternoons' post...

Salmoneye, The Hungry...

Mark/Ks    Posted 01-30-2005 at 16:10:06       [Reply]  [No Email]
Sorry,my friend.I don't forsee any leftovers.I'll plan better next Sunday,which is my evening to cook. Mark in Kansas/with the 44 inch waist.

Patria    Posted 01-30-2005 at 15:50:20       [Reply]  [No Email]
Mark, that sounds mmm delicious.

My 17y/old daughter wanted to impress her 'new' boyfriend; she cooked lasagna, french bread with garlic and mozarella cheese, and caesar salad. She asked us to sit at the table with them so that's when we had our chance to interview him...

Please say Happy Birthday to Lacey from us!

Ron/PA    Posted 01-30-2005 at 16:41:42       [Reply]  [No Email]
So is your daughter looking for a new, new boyfriend? How about a lazy old goat that needs cookin like that?
Geeze maybe a no 'count uncle that ain't worth a lick... Anything at all, as long as she's cooking...

LOL!    Posted 01-30-2005 at 17:18:17       [Reply]  [No Email]
I know what she'd say about your offer.

But you don't wanna hear it.

hahaha..ah Ron, it's good to be here. :-)

Mark/Ks    Posted 01-30-2005 at 16:18:54       [Reply]  [No Email]
Thanks for sharing,Patria. I think you have given me next Sunday's menu.
BTW,how did your young cook's meal turn out,and was the boyfriend's 'interview' a success for him? Mark in Kansas

Patria    Posted 01-30-2005 at 17:15:05       [Reply]  [No Email]
The meal turned out great, she's a good cook.

The boyfriend?

He sounds too good to be true. He's in college, and works at the same time. And he likes to talk. I like that in a boy.

He's 21, and the strange thing about him is that his best friend is a 62 year old guy that employs the boy, they make tools. I'm not sure yet what kind. That part it's not clear yet.

steve19438    Posted 01-30-2005 at 15:28:44       [Reply]  [Send Email]
baked chicken breast with taco sauce seasoning. mexican rice and a tossed sald. washed down with white zinfandel. (sorry no tequila)

seahag    Posted 01-30-2005 at 20:24:50       [Reply]  [No Email]
Steak baked potatoes, brocolli, cottage cheese and peaches...mountain dew cake ...all done by my beautiful older daughter........thank you honey I love you

Patria    Posted 01-31-2005 at 03:25:51       [Reply]  [No Email]
Daughters, they are great, eh? but one sister is different to the other.

My older daughter, now 25, didn't like to cook at all, and did not do it. But she had the kitchen always clean, and on saturdays she would do all the laundry, just because she liked to do it. This is when she was in her teens.

SusieQ    Posted 01-31-2005 at 03:55:56       [Reply]  [No Email]
Had leftovers from Sat....meatloaf, mashed potatoes, gravy, green beans, hot rolls, fresh baked.....................and strawberry shortcake.Yummmy!

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