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HA HA!!! Sometimes I make enough for two days.  Don't really know how to make a small meal even if it was just my wife and myself.  We have my wife's mom living with us [ she is 90 years old] and she eats pretty good.  Plus we had a friend over, so still enough for us tomorrow.  Cooking for two is something I just haven't been able to grasp LOL.  good luck.

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HA HA!!! Sometimes I make enough for two days.  Don't really know how to make a small meal even if it was just my wife and myself.  We have my wife's mom living with us [ she is 90 years old] and she eats pretty good.  Plus we had a friend over, so still enough for us tomorrow.  Cooking for two is something I just haven't been able to grasp LOL.  good luck.

Me either.  Just my wife and I. 

Channel One won't take half a pot of something from my kitchen.  Even Community Food Response is sort of picky that way. 

 

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How many are there to eat all this stuff?   

 

 

Lol, yeah, Rh1 have often wondered that.......grandma must have a good appetite!

 

OK eyeguy. So you might not be digging the colorful baby food. That's ok ....so came up with this just for you......kind of. A curry apple egg salad served in a popover.....the eggs were poked, but not smoked;)20150901_101222.jpg

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Made some more German Gumbo last night.  Enough for two days.  Ran out of my smoked ring bologna already so I just went with the Kraut/bacon, potatoes, onions, pork chops, garlic, and lot's of good beef broth.  good luck.IMG_2276.thumb.jpg.6e9a0af680742ef1744c4

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That's pretty cool Duff. How does that thingy work? Suppose just a box...... but can you set it on coals, need a grate, direct fire too hot, any brand name better?

Reflector oven.  Works off radiated heat from fire.  Angled top and bottom reflect the heat onto the food.

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Interesting. .....going to have to look a little more into that. Hotspots and keep turning or just have to play with it and figure out how much heat and how close? How long for a pizza like that ?

Not as cool as that, but we did some asian-texmex fusion over the weekend. Homemade corn tortillas, chili spiced chicken, with a lime juice cilantro little mayo garden picked red cabbage  slaw.

 

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Yep, just set it by the fire. Not recommended for large groups, takes around 1/2 hour.You have to spin it occasionally. It also works for baking corn bread and brownies. We tried something new this morning, cooked a dozen eggs in a muffin pan on the propane grill.......worked great

Huevos rancheros.

 

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yeah and that Coke you're drinking with breakfast should be a generic Cola too!!!  Saving money with every single sip.  Great photo, enjoy the night.

Sorry for not being clear.  I like craft beers like Surly or Stone and drink them often. I was just commenting on the overblown graphics that some craft brewers use.  Does it really make the beer better? I wasn't suggesting that folks should be drinking generic beer. 

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button, that smells like a Jack/Coke through my screen.  Seems you had enough ice cubes until the "governor" on the Jack spilled a bit and melted the cubes before you got the coke in it?  Envy and jealousy.

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