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billryan
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January 14th, 2022 at 10:31:41 AM permalink
As I've said, I do almost all my shopping via the internet but occasionally will stop by the only supermarket in some thirty miles. Monday afternoon, I stopped in an many of the shelves were very low on stock. Not a lot of choices in the pasta aisle, and there weren't the usual choices in the bread one.
I forgot something and swung back yesterday. Everything seemed very normal. I guess it depends when they get their deliveries.
I have a lot of cabinet/closet space, so I picked up 24 rolls of both toilet paper and paper towels as a reserve a few months ago.
My only problem is what to do with the Styrofoam coolers I get once or twice a month.
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January 15th, 2022 at 5:13:37 AM permalink
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it's kinna funny to me how there are very few foods that a person would want to eat every day

bread is one, and rice is one for many - and I guess eggs for many, although not for me

I like Busch original beans, but there's absolutely no way I could eat them every day

there is virtually nothing I could eat every day, assuming I have a choice, other than bread and rice


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January 15th, 2022 at 7:39:56 AM permalink
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Well itís hotdog time. You know hammer-time, well here in my house tonight itís hotdog time!

All this talk about hotdogs I went out and got the ingredients and cooked them up real quick, we got one all the way hot dog with cheese as well as homemade hamburger, my special seasoning, chili mix (no beans) over a great big quarter pound Las Vegas brand hot dog. I boiled them and then I grill them real quick. It also has some onions under there and a little bit of mustard.

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Mustard on a Chili Cheese dog? Heathen!

Meanwhile, for dinner, I had a bowl of 8 ounces of shredded pork with some sharp cheddar and BBQ sauce, and some mac & cheese.
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January 15th, 2022 at 7:41:52 AM permalink
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Quote: Marcusclark66

Well itís hotdog time. You know hammer-time, well here in my house tonight itís hotdog time!

All this talk about hotdogs I went out and got the ingredients and cooked them up real quick, we got one all the way hot dog with cheese as well as homemade hamburger, my special seasoning, chili mix (no beans) over a great big quarter pound Las Vegas brand hot dog. I boiled them and then I grill them real quick. It also has some onions under there and a little bit of mustard.

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Mustard on a Chili Cheese dog? Heathen!

Meanwhile, for dinner, I had a bowl of 8 ounces of shredded pork with some sharp cheddar and BBQ sauce, and some mac & cheese.
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Iím pretty sure mustard is default on the coneyís at Coney Island at the D. But yeah mustard definitely a top 5 on worst condiments list.
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January 15th, 2022 at 8:02:27 AM permalink
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Well itís hotdog time. You know hammer-time, well here in my house tonight itís hotdog time!

All this talk about hotdogs I went out and got the ingredients and cooked them up real quick, we got one all the way hot dog with cheese as well as homemade hamburger, my special seasoning, chili mix (no beans) over a great big quarter pound Las Vegas brand hot dog. I boiled them and then I grill them real quick. It also has some onions under there and a little bit of mustard.

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Mustard on a Chili Cheese dog? Heathen!

Meanwhile, for dinner, I had a bowl of 8 ounces of shredded pork with some sharp cheddar and BBQ sauce, and some mac & cheese.
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Oh yeah, it sue us.

ď A Coney dog is a beef frankfurter in natural casing, nestled in a soft, steamed bun. Its topping of an all meat, beanless chili, diced white onions, and yellow mustard distinguishes it from the ordinary hot dog.Ē

And as well so does a regular chili dog. (Probably biggest differences are the beanless and the steamed buns in the coney)

ď A chili dog is a hot dog served in a bun and topped with a meat sauce, such as chili con carne. Additional toppings may include cheese, onions, and mustard. The style has multiple regional variations in the United States, many calling for specific and unique sauce ingredients, types of hot dogs, or types of buns and referred to regionally under region-specific names.Ē
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January 15th, 2022 at 8:16:05 AM permalink
It still amazes me that you won't find a so-called Coney Island hot dog within miles of Coney Island, where the original Nathans still thrives.
I was thrilled when I learned Sonic had Coney Island hotdogs until I tried one.
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January 15th, 2022 at 9:06:15 AM permalink
Quote: lilredrooster

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it's kinna funny to me how there are very few foods that a person would want to eat every day

bread is one, and rice is one for many - and I guess eggs for many, although not for me

I like Busch original beans, but there's absolutely no way I could eat them every day

there is virtually nothing I could eat every day, assuming I have a choice, other than bread and rice


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Bananas. I have one banana every morning for breakfast.
Peanut butter - PBJ for some folks, or I eat just plain peanut butter sandwich, peanut butter on apple slices, on celery
Grapes. Great snack.
Potatos? Baked or fried or chips or hash browns?
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January 15th, 2022 at 10:27:20 AM permalink
Here try this on your coney dogs. It is pretty darn good.

Applewood smoked bacon mustard.

The larger supermarkets should have it.

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January 15th, 2022 at 11:14:45 AM permalink
I don't have a name for this but it's becoming a mainstay of my diet.
I cube an eggplant and air fry them.
Pre-heat the oven with a cast-iron skillet
I fry up a pound of ground Italian sausage, then a pound of ground bison.
Lastly, I fry two Omaha Steak veal patties and slice them into little ribbons.
Mix them all together with generous portions of ricotta, mozzarella, and parmesan cheese, and a minimal amount of tomato sauce. I cook it for about a half-hour, let it cool down for an hour or so, and divide it into six containers.
If I have it for dinner, I'll have one container. If I have it for lunch, it's usually half a container.
In either case, I generally reheat it on the stove with a bit of olive oil or I might microwave it.
I've experimented with it, adding diced tomato, onion, peppers, and with or without the various cheeses, and even tried it with country-fried steak instead of the veal but this seems like it's close to the final recipe. I've been meaning to add a splash or two of BBQ sauce but I haven't had any.
Like most Italian food, I think it is better a day or two after it's first cooked.
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January 15th, 2022 at 12:40:07 PM permalink
Quote: billryan

I don't have a name for this but it's becoming a mainstay of my diet.
I cube an eggplant and air fry them.
Pre-heat the oven with a cast-iron skillet
I fry up a pound of ground Italian sausage, then a pound of ground bison.
Lastly, I fry two Omaha Steak veal patties and slice them into little ribbons.
Mix them all together with generous portions of ricotta, mozzarella, and parmesan cheese, and a minimal amount of tomato sauce. I cook it for about a half-hour, let it cool down for an hour or so, and divide it into six containers.
If I have it for dinner, I'll have one container. If I have it for lunch, it's usually half a container.
In either case, I generally reheat it on the stove with a bit of olive oil or I might microwave it.
I've experimented with it, adding diced tomato, onion, peppers, and with or without the various cheeses, and even tried it with country-fried steak instead of the veal but this seems like it's close to the final recipe. I've been meaning to add a splash or two of BBQ sauce but I haven't had any.
Like most Italian food, I think it is better a day or two after it's first cooked.
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I can name it for you.

Stuffed Eggplant A la Billryan!
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