Came home and did fried hotdogs with relish, onions, diced tomatoes out of the garden, jalapenos, bell peppers, Housers chili (Great), mustard, mayo, crinkled french fries in the deep fryer, ketchup, cole slaw and a diet Coke.
Did the job super.
Also did the corn pie suggested by an earlier poster for dinner. Real Good
Paul E. Smith
Homemade pimento cheese on white toast and peach cobbler. And tonight? Buffalo wings, black pepper mashed potato salad, collard greens with diced turnips, and store bought Parker House rolls. (Thank god for Lipitor!)
I ate at home today. Good old boloney with american cheese and honey mustard on oatmeal bread, pretzels and a diet coke rounded out my "eat while studying for final" lunch.
Stephen Rushmore Jr.
Airplane food. Yuck![:(!] I am not exactly sure what it was.[xx(]
I went to Isaac’s Restaurant & Deli for lunch. Where I ate half of a "Whooping Crane" (no cheese), some of Isaacs’ AWESOME Pickle Mix, and drank Dr. Brown’s Diet Cream Soda. However when I got home I was still a little hungry, so I ate some Li Hing Mangos and drank some hot chocolate[:D] Then I was satisfied[:)]
Hot dog and frosty bites at the Yankee game.
Today was our company picnic and as one of the "chefs", who as a quality control function have to "sample" everything nibbled on ribs, rib tips, chicken wings, steak tacos, mexican corn on the cob….and a lot of water. The grills get hot.
Pork Carolina and a pint of Labbatts at the Dinosaur 🙂
Ahhh today was a good day, made some sloppy joe (It’s more of a sweet BBQ than a manwich style) and some sun tea (unsweetened).
Oh, and a homegrown tomato and a cigar…
Barbecue (from the guy with the portable smoker that sets up a mile or so down the road)
a cold glass bottle of Dr. Enuf
and a handfull of sweet cherries…
Congratulations on your find, Lone Star. Finding that corn is some accomplishment! And its good to see someone else, now that my dad is gone, agrees with me about the merits of field corn. That corn with the ribs sounded wonderful. Also know you’ll enjoy all those different kids of peas and the potatoes that you got. Your lunch yesterday was my kind of eating (except I’d want unsweetened tea). Believe yesterday was really a banner day for you what with that lunch, those finds, and that supper. Enjoy the remainder.
Like to eat, that is why I was so excited to find the field corn yesterday. You hardly ever see it anymore.
After pigging out on that "meat and three" in Little Rock yesterday, I just had a homemade ham and cheese sandwich (with some great fresh tomatoes and homemade pickles) for lunch today. Not bad, but sounds like most of you did better. Don’t know what’s on tap for supper today, but tomorrow noon hope to be able to hit what used to be (haven’t been there in several years now) a fine plate lunch restaurant over at DeWitt, AR. As for the corn, to me field corn and sweet corn are two different "animals" Sweet corn from the garden for folks’ eating and field corn from the field for feeding livestock, poultry, etc.. However, back when you could find non-hytbrid field corn, my dad and I, contrary to tastes of rest of family and of most people, much preferred the field corn to sweet corn. Just seemed to have more taste and substance to it in all regards. Maybe one reason for our preferring it was that we liked all corn, sweet & field, harder, more mature than did most people. The period of time for using field corn after it matured but before it got too hard was shorter than that for sweet corn. Also, for some biological or genetic reason, which I never knew or at least never understood, the field corn needed to be non-hybrid rather than the hybrid which most of today’s corn is. Speaking here of "roasneers" (corn on cob); not fried corn, creamed corn whatever you want to call the cut off the cob type. For that sweet corn is best.
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