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All time favorite dinner??

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Leaseman

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Do you have just one? Or are there several??

We were talking about it last night and I couldn't think of just one!! :kewl:
 

Steelwheels

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Seafood Smorgy at Seven Feathers Casino....:Yee Ha:

Crab Cocktail..
A medium rare baseball size Tenderloin or Porterhouse ..
Grilled Asperagus..
Baked Potatoe..
frosty glass of PBR...:Oh Yeah!:
 
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Big Lew

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Roast pheasant or light coloured grouse with Brussel sprouts, mashed potatoes,
creamed corn and gravy, followed with apple or peach pie al-a-mode. Nothing
too exotic for me.
 

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Oh boy where to begin?
-my mother in laws turkey dinner. Slathers the giant bird in bbq sauce, slow roasted in the oven. Stuffed with her chicken liver stuffing. I usually steer clear of liver but her stuffing is amazing. Next she serves sour cabbage rolls which have been slow cooked with smoked pork ribs layered in between the rolls. The filling for the rolls is mixture of pork and lamb. Serve with mashed potatoes and a salad (to balance out the meat of course!)
-next is her Hungarian goulash. Simple but oh so tasty especially when made with her homemade sausage.
-3rd is a dish that I can't spell but it's pronounced "cheerkay matash". Basically chicken thighs cooked in a creme sauce served over polenta ("mamaliga" in Romanian).
 

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Venison Rouladin with a side of spatzle (w/ hunter sauce) and some simple sauteed greens (Swiss chard or similar).

If I had to pick one favourite, that's it.
 

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Joel - how come you're not the size of a house!?! Man, that sounds good..... all of it. :Here's To Ya:



One of mine would be a roast prime rib dinner (med. rare), complete with yorkie puds, gravy, smashed spuds, fresh steamed green beans, and niblet corn.


Oh, and the appetite to do it justice! :rolleyes:
 
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Leaseman

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Oh boy where to begin?
-my mother in laws turkey dinner. Slathers the giant bird in bbq sauce, slow roasted in the oven. Stuffed with her chicken liver stuffing. I usually steer clear of liver but her stuffing is amazing. Next she serves sour cabbage rolls which have been slow cooked with smoked pork ribs layered in between the rolls. The filling for the rolls is mixture of pork and lamb. Serve with mashed potatoes and a salad (to balance out the meat of course!)
-next is her Hungarian goulash. Simple but oh so tasty especially when made with her homemade sausage.
-3rd is a dish that I can't spell but it's pronounced "cheerkay matash". Basically chicken thighs cooked in a creme sauce served over polenta ("mamaliga" in Romanian).
Sounds like you married your wife for he mother!!! :ROFL:

I enjoy cooking, but my sweetie spoils me with all my favorites too!! :Oh Yeah!:
 

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Fresh barbequed sockeye salmon, c/w a skewer of fresh pan fried garlic prawns and scallops, baked potato wit hall the fixins, Caesar salad, and French garlic bread all washed down with a fine amber ale.
 

Chainsaw33

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Fresh stone's sheep ribs slow cooked over a alder-willow coal fire , covered with a home made mixture of teriyaki sauce , garlic powder , and maple syrup .
With a big pot of Kraft Dinner ,and baked beans , and a nice Crown in ice cold fresh spring water .
After 14 days of back packing the above is fit for a King !!
Can hardly wait to do it again .
 

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fresh caught walleye pan fried with a bit of butter covered in a light coating of flour salt and pepper...served with potatoes fried in butter with garlic and onions and some nice steamed green beans or corn
 

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K-D mixed with ground venison ..... chili pepper/peppercorns in the grinder, chunk of butter, salt.
Hits the spot when your cholesterol level is starting to drop into that dangerous 'healthy level' .......
 

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jigs dinner with turkey and a moose roast with all the veggies, Yorkshire puddings, dough boys ,bread pudding and peas pudding and salt meat and a barrel of gravy.
 

Foxton Gundogs

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Joel - how come you're not the size of a house!?! Man, that sounds good..... all of it. :Here's To Ya:



One of mine would be a roast prime rib dinner (med. rare), complete with yorkie puds, gravy, smashed spuds, fresh steamed green beans, and niblet corn.


Oh, and the appetite to do it justice! :rolleyes:
Same here but rare and Sweetlet Baby Peas
 

Foxton Gundogs

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True enough Chris. We usually have a big "Open House" Christmas Eve dinner. Very eclectic group of family and friends. The company makes that one of my favorite meals no matter what is served.
 

CanuckShooter

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The right time ....
The right place ...
K-D mixed with ground venison ..... chili pepper/peppercorns in the grinder, chunk of butter, salt.
Hits the spot when your cholesterol level is starting to drop into that dangerous 'healthy level' .......
KD with ground venison/moose, hot banana peppers...and a small can of cream/mushroom soup...sprinkled with cajun spice...deer camp staple for many years.
 

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I have 2 favorite meals first is pork chops, mashed taters, green beans with mushroom soup gravy. The second is roast beef and yorkshire pudding with taters and veg.
 

shuswapbear

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:good on ya::good on ya: most definitely done that before yum yum. Although prefer my pork butt steaks done on the bbq
 
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