So, I'm back, and will try again...
The few times I've eaten beef in the 20ish years since switching to buffalo/bison, I've thought that the grass fed was very good, too.
Oooo, sloppy Joe's, and old time favorite of mine!
What is the right coleslaw dressing mix, do you think?
That's excellent about the cabbage. I make wedges, too, unless for soup, stir fry, or other pan cooking. Then, it might be squares, or coleslaw cut.
Caramelized onions are delicious. Excellent on burgers, as you say, etc. But, they do take extra time to make, so it's worthwhile making more and freezing them, I agree. Astro Burgers, on Santa Monica Blvd., put them on patty melts...where they belong, of course!...and I was addicted! Between those, their amazing homemade onion rings, and the pickled pepperoncini (not like other places'.), I pretty much dreamed of their food! :-)
Definitely on the ramen!
I wanted to get blueberries to make sauce from, rather than the cranberries that I couldn't get, but apparently they are very expensive right now here, and I only have a tiny box. So, I will make blueberry-apple sauce, probably w/ orange juice, instead. At least the apples add pectin!
I'm glad that you have some for your purposes.
Avocadoes...tasty and healthy!
I love the idea of enchiladas for breakfast! For a while, I used to eat tamales for breakfast on the kids' school days, because the bakery that we passed by each morning had them fresh and hot in the back. I would actually eat most Mexican food to break my fast. Those mentioned, tacos, burritos, etc.
I love grilled cheese. Yours sound good!
Speaking of salami, I saw someone make a 1 ingredients snack...salami chips. They started with thin slices of salami (not dried.), and laid them on a baking sheet. Then, they cooked them in the oven until they shrunk to about 1/2 of their original size, and became rather crisp.
They put them on paper towels, and you could see how much of the fat/oil came out. Voila! High protein, low carb snacks!
I've never had that cookie, though I've liked other Pepperidge Farm cookies in the past.
I like grapefruit a lot, but yes, the meds. One of mine mentions it specifically, so I only get them sometimes, and take them between doses...aka 6 hrs. after one dose, and 6 hrs. before the next. I still have one of my 2. It's only the size of a large orange, but it's what they had, so...!
No, it's not sole or shrimp...but it can be pretty good. I used to make it quite a bit. I pan sautéed it in some olive oil with salt, pepper, and garlic powder, until browned on both sides, then lots of lemon juice, with more to put on it on the plate if people wished. Not bad at all! Usually, we had it with rice, but I like potatoes.
That's a delicious way to make green beans!
I don't have many defenses against potato salad! Excellent with sandwiches, or anything...such as burgers, bbq'd chicken, etc., and yes, just as a snack on it's own. Sometimes you can find a good one to buy, but I've found that I have to put the work into it, because I tend to like my own best. It sounds kind of weird, but I'm a bit picky about potato salad.
The banana-nut muffins sound good with morning coffee. Have you ever put a crumb topping on boxed muffins? Depending on the type, they come out kind of like coffee cake! :-)
Those pans are handy. You might be able to get them on sale soon, if not already, as people use them to make gift breads. Ds was just mentioning that very thing. Apparently, they want to make food gifts for family.
I never want to run out of flour, baking soda - yes, so many uses! - or vinegar, either!
Okay, later gator, have a continuing good food week! :-)
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