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  • glenn57
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    cold spring mn
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    #1753948

    Chow mein tonite!! Chicken flavored!

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    nhamm
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    Robbinsdale
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    #1753963

    Mom use to make homemade all the time, good stuff back then.

    Looks real good waytogo

    Me and the teen went to Stanley’s for supper.

    iowaboy1
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    #1753969

    chicken chow mein??? wth?? you just posted a picture of some wonderful looking northerns and other fish you just got the other day,I was hoping for another thread on smoked fish.
    let me guess,those arent dont yet and this is just a teaser lol

    glenn57
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    cold spring mn
    Posts: 6230
    #1753975

    chicken chow mein??? wth?? you just posted a picture of some wonderful looking northerns and other fish you just got the other day,I was hoping for another thread on smoked fish.
    let me guess,those arent dont yet and this is just a teaser lol

    yep you betcha!! waytogo rotflol devil think there’s a couple fillets missing from them to already. BURP! roll

    robby
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    Quad Cities
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    #1753988

    Crock pot Chow Mein? Recipe pls.

    glenn57
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    cold spring mn
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    #1754022

    Crock pot Chow Mein? Recipe pls.

    let me check with my wife to make sure i got all the ingredients down and will post it then!!!!!!!! waytogo

    SuperDave1959
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    Harrisville, UT
    Posts: 2814
    #1754031

    Chow mein is my arch nemesis. I think the secret is finding the right noodles, still searching.

    glenn57
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    cold spring mn
    Posts: 6230
    #1754036

    we use the basic La Chow i believe!!!!!! same name as the soy sauce!!!!!

    glenn57
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    #1754049

    Crock pot Chow Mein? Recipe pls.

    here it is’

    i start with what would be roughly one of those cool whip containers of chicken cut up. now i usually boil up the chicken, make soup out of part of it, save about that much meat for chow mein. ive also used pheasant. you can use beef to, i just dont.
    add 1 can mushrooms….undrained.
    1 can baby corn………drained
    1 can chicken rice soup.
    1 can of the La Choy chow mein. it comes in 2 cans wrapped together. drain the juice from the vegtable can.
    add salt pepper soy sauce to taste. serve over chow mein noodles and white rice. of course ya throw in crock pot for 4-5 hours.
    i might add you also use the soy sauce also!!!!!!

    404 ERROR
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    MN
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    #1754063

    That’s a different twist for me with the corn, might have to try that! I’m sure it adds some sweetness to the mix.

    I grew up eating chow mein from China Garden in Richfield on 66th and Nicollet. Every single time we made the trek up to visit my grandparents, we stopped and brought it over. One of the biggest and best memories growing up, thanks for starting this thread! Now I just need to find a good recipe for fried pork wontons and I’ll be set.

    glenn57
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    cold spring mn
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    #1754102

    kind of why i labeled it this way. continue to post whatever it is ya cooked for a meal……not just this 1 particular meal!!!!!

    even BK can post his fried spam dinner here if he wishes!!!!!!! devil rotflol

    SuperDave1959
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    Harrisville, UT
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    #1754195

    Making use of some leftover pulled pork for taco salad.

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    glenn57
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    #1754212

    I hope those dark things aren’t black olives! devil ???

    SuperDave1959
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    Harrisville, UT
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    #1754529

    Good way to use some leftover turkey or chicken. This was some turkey.

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    SuperDave1959
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    #1755112

    Okay, hands down one of my favorite dishes with leftover brisket. Start with making garlic fries, cover with brisket and melted cheese.

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    BigWerm
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    #1755129

    Mourned the end of inland walleye season appropriately this morning, with walleye I caught yesterday.

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    iowaboy1
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    #1755131

    Mourned the end of inland walleye season appropriately this morning, with <strong class=”ido-tag-strong”>walleye I caught yesterday.

    aahhh,walleye,the breakfast of champions !!!
    especially if it was fried the night before and eaten the next morning straight out of the fridge !! with a dash of hot sauce of course.

    BigWerm
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    #1755133

    <div class=”d4p-bbt-quote-title”>BigWerm wrote:</div>
    Mourned the end of inland walleye season appropriately this morning, with <strong class=”ido-tag-strong”>walleye I caught yesterday.

    aahhh,walleye,the breakfast of champions !!!
    especially if it was fried the night before and eaten the next morning straight out of the fridge !! with a dash of hot sauce of course.

    I love walleye like that too, but this was fresh fried right before the eggs.

    glenn57
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    cold spring mn
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    #1755780

    Hamburglar stroganoff.

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    SuperDave1959
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    Harrisville, UT
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    #1756329

    You’ll struggle to beat this one.

    Smoked meatloaf!

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    Tom Sawvell
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    #1756331

    Ruebens tonight. Meat loaf last night and tomorrow night. Maybe some nice fresh grilled bratwurst on Sunday evening. Or venison ring bologna smothered in sauerkraut along side of sweet potato fries or chips.

    Tom Sawvell
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    #1756333

    Okay, hands down one of my favorite dishes with leftover brisket. Start with making garlic fries, cover with brisket and melted cheese.

    I thought you were on a diet.

    SuperDave1959
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    Harrisville, UT
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    #1756336

    <div class=”d4p-bbt-quote-title”>SuperDave1959 wrote:</div>
    Okay, hands down one of my favorite dishes with leftover brisket. Start with making garlic fries, cover with brisket and melted cheese.

    I thought you were on a diet.

    Yeah, fell off the wagon for a bit.

    Denny O
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    Central IOWA
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    #1756405

    You’ll struggle to beat this one.

    Smoked meatloaf!

    whistling Dave, you know there are some of us that can play pitch and have a fist full of trump all night! toast
    Ya wanta’ see my hand?

    SuperDave1959
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    Harrisville, UT
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    #1757652

    Got a jump on the month and made corned beef and cabbage tonight.

    glenn57
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    cold spring mn
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    #1757999

    Pork chops in mushroom soup gravy, spuds and peas!!

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    nhamm
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    Robbinsdale
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    #1758005

    Oh cmon now guys! Geez, now my deluxe stroganoff I’ve slaved all night for is looking pretty weak. The box says real herbs and spices, but the taste buds say huh?

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    glenn57
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    #1758480

    Had dessert before my supper. Zucchini cake! devil

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    SuperDave1959
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    Harrisville, UT
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    #1758485

    Had dessert before my supper. Zucchini cake! devil

    I love how moist zucchini cake is. I do like a high walnut ratio though for crunch and flavor.

    glenn57
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    #1758487

    blush no nuts allowed in my goodies! tongue

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