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Old Fri, Feb-14-20, 17:39
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Dis up two roasts. Forgot the first one, ooops, Very iverdone. Son ate a slab, dogged the rest. Second ine I topped with a slab of beef fat----- much better results. Made up a pan of pork loin chops, tallow in pan, salt meat, cover with marinara sauce---- for teens.
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Old Tue, Feb-18-20, 15:50
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I did up the other half of a 8-lb roast from last month. I've got too much food in the fridge, but some of it, I'll take to my coworker/chauffeur for whom I often cook. I think I'll make her some oat crackers in the dehydrator, too, since I'm afraid the oat bran bothers my gut even though it's gluten-free.

(ETA) I don't have much of an appetite, so dinner will be a protein shake using up an aging free sample packet of protein powder, plus some homemade coconut milk chocolate ice cream from gawd-knows-when. I remember deciding not to put the date on it, since "I'm sure I'll eat it within a week." Sure, Jan.

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Old Tue, Feb-18-20, 21:19
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Road trip to brothers for a few day.....brought our own food from freezer. steak. two 1# rolls ground turkey. sausages. lamb sausages. chix thighs. mixed onions and peppers.
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Old Tue, Feb-18-20, 21:59
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Not very hungry this evening, but knew I should eat something. DH away for the evening. So I pulled out some frozen shrimp - easily and relatively quickly defrosted in cold water - chopped up a bunch of garlic, heated some olive oil and butter, cooked the garlic till fragrant, added the shrimp, plus some dried oregano, and some red pepper flakes; sauteed till the shrimp turned pink. Quite delightful, with a glass of red wine. And took about 20 minutes. I thought about veg, but decided to let it go, as, as stated, I wasn't really that hungry. The peeled shells from the shrimp went into a small saucepan, with a bit of water, brought to a boil, and then allowed to cool. Will strain the liquid, and use for future fish chowders.
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Old Tue, Feb-18-20, 22:02
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Oh YUM !!!!!!
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Old Yesterday, 02:49
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I heated up a little container of pizza sauce from the freezer plus some frozen pepperoni slices, and made meatzza out of Tuesday's burger patties. It was really good; I wish I was hungrier. I couldn't finish it and gave the beef crust to the cat.

I think that was the end of last year's tomato stash. It's almost time to plan for starting this summer's seeds.🍅🌶🥒
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Old Yesterday, 17:24
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Gave 6 frozen summer squash to the dog-- does that count,lol ??
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Old Yesterday, 20:43
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Does the dog like frozen summer squash?
My pets are part of the family; feeding them is feeding my family. Feeding the dog from the freezer certainly counts. LOL
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Nothing from the freezer today, but from the pantry. I was given some really excellent ham yesterday from a friend. From her neighbour's pig. I rehydrated some dried mushrooms from the pantry, made a cream sauce with HWC & cream cheese, added the mushrooms, and diced ham, some dried herbs, shallots, chives, and served over a chaffle, made with cheese that really needed to be used up. Very delicious, very filling.
Both DH and I really like mushrooms, and they dry so easily, and rehydrate so nicely. I buy them whenever I find them on sale, in season for the wild kind, put them in the dehydrator, and have jars of them in the pantry.
Maybe I should start a pantry thread :-)
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^If you do, I'll participate. I'm pretty good at having a loaded pantry and next thing you know, there's that can of salmon that expired in 2015.

I ended up adding to the freezer this week, but that's okay - I was off work, and I'll be back to "don't feel like cooking" mode for next week. I'll dump some of it onto my coworker/chauffeur.
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I've added to the freezer this week too. My local butcher had some ribeyes and lamb on sale.
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Old Today, 10:27
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Removed another rotisserie chicken to add to the chicken soup. And a pkg of frozen carrots.
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