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TexasBred wrote:Where's the corn bread???
You bet... Big bowl of that, some tea and half a pan of cornbread, ..then give me all the elbow room I need..
It's that time of year, where cattle go from being conservatives,too liberals...
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Today I cleaned some of the fridge out. Left over mutton chops and some beef steak. Made scotch soup. Lots of veggies, spelt pearls and dumplings
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Not a big fan of beef soups, or really any protein in soups. I don't mind a little chicken in my wild rice soup. Big fan of corn chowder, potato soup, cauliflower soup and mushroom soup.
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Growing up mom always made scrouge soup. Any left overs that were not enough left to put on the table again went into a butter bowl in the freezer. When the bowl got full she made soup out of it. It was always different every time she made it.
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Creamy potato soup with lots of bacon and bacon flavoring, with warm bread two or three times a year!...soup look great!
I'm not afraid of hard work, I can lay down next to it and fall asleep without a problem.
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I made a Dutch Oven full of chicken corn chowder yesterday. It was good. Even had some left overs to freeze.
Life is just a series of adjustments ; so keep on adjusting. PB
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Aaron wrote:Not a big fan of beef soups, or really any protein in soups. I don't mind a little chicken in my wild rice soup. Big fan of corn chowder, potato soup, cauliflower soup and mushroom soup.
I don't think we can be friends!
I sometimes like a little soup with my meat!