What's for supper?I can't know - needs some help!
Red salmon filet (rolled in corn meal,flour and curry powder) and fried and a baked potato.
Cheese coneys with Skyline chili.The kids had Sioux City Sarsparilla Soda (the best rootbeer in the world), and I had a non-root beer.
Fried chicken and seasoned fries.Not very healthy, but really good.
Well, it were gonna be just Mexican corn soup. But, it being meatless Monday and all, I added some smoked sausage.
Red salmon filet . . .Communist salmon? Farm raised in China? Likes that wild caught Alaska salmon but (usually) can’t afford it no more, me. Sometimes buy dat farm raised Scottish salmon when its on sale at $6.99/pound.;-)The kids had Sioux City Sarsparilla Soda (the best rootbeer in the world), . .Axe-u-lee, it be Sarsaparilla & not root beer. Day say its “The Granddaddy of All Root Beers” but dat ain’t x-ractly true, no. I members Mrs. Rice down da road from us made root beer & sometimes gave us kids some. It had 3 or 2.5% alcohol init, wasn’t overly sweet and her bottles would occasionally explode in da cellar. ;-) I had 3 kinds of mushrooms dat were at dare “sell by” date and didn’t feel like going out fur beast steak or udder food shopping (it bes raining down here - fur da last week or maybe 7 daze) so I unfrozed a 12-ounce package of swimp tails, diced up some onion, cooked some hole-wheat pasta and made up some “swimp & mushroom pasta Cajunized Alfredo” (who was fredo anyhow, huuuggh?) washed down wid some beer dat wasn’t made wid no roots, me;-)C.J.V. - anyone try Abita’s Root Beer, huuuggh?(See; http://abita.com/brews/our_brews/abita-root-beer)
Axe-u-lee, it be Sarsaparilla & not root beer.Yeah, they're different. When in LA (CA) found a really good root beer that is made in PA, but can't get it here in AZ. Very sad. (who was fredo anyhow, huuuggh?)He was a disappointment to the family who finally betrayed the family and got his head blowed off.
What's for supper?Chicken fried burgers with smashed spuds, corn pudding and pan gravy.ez3
(who was fredo anyhow, huuuggh?) Bzzzzzzzzzzzzzz!!!I've got that one! He was the not-too-swift son of the Godfather (Vito Corleone). Fredo was the ne'er-do-well brother of Sonny and Michael Corleone...http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fredo_CorleoneHmmm... I would suspect that "pasta al Fredo" was a joke punchline in the Corleone household! LOL!OleDoc
Soup and Salad. I don't exactly have a name for the soup, but I used fish stock and it had veggies and big shrimps floating in it.Speaking of Alfredo, soome years back me and Missus Riprock were walking around in downtown Rome when it started pouring rain. To escape the deluge we ducked into the nearest door for refuge and found ourselves in Alfredo's restaurant.Nothing for it but to have the famous fettucini. It was great!http://www.alfredoallascrofa.com/en/recipes-the-italian-art-....Rip
Charshu pork with rice noodles, spring rolls and a chicken lettuce wrap.Phred
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