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    Default What are you having for dinner tonight

    I saw another discussion regarding dinner and wanted to start this.

    What are you having for dinner tonight and what's your recipe?

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    Is the recipe tonight. Late day of work. Went shopping and it is Pizza LOL sorry
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    We had a small rack on lamb, that a coated with dijon mustard w/horseradish and garlic then coated it with seasoned bread crumbs.
    Made three way greens (collard, mustard,turnip) with a smoked turkey leg and tons of seasonings, onions, etc.
    Jalapeno cheese corn bread muffins

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    Quote Originally Posted by wldboar View Post
    We had a small rack on lamb, that a coated with dijon mustard w/horseradish and garlic then coated it with seasoned bread crumbs.
    Made three way greens (collard, mustard,turnip) with a smoked turkey leg and tons of seasonings, onions, etc.
    Jalapeno cheese corn bread muffins
    is it too late to stop by for leftovers?

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    Blackened halibut ceaser wraps. My wife learned the recipe at the Cosmic Kitchen in Homer, a place that I highly recommend when you're down that way.

    Moose burger wet burritos last night, and buffalo samsushan (asian lettuce wraps with chili paste and garlic) the night before.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kodiakbound View Post
    is it too late to stop by for leftovers?
    Too bad your not in Anchorage. I could have hooked you up. 3 person family and I always make enough for 6-7

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    I guess I am cooking for all my wife's girlfriends tonight.

    Deep Fried Halibut in Panko/Bread Crumbs Parmesan Cheese and cajun spice. Cole Slaw and whatever else gets brought over.

    I will also be bartending so lots of green, blue and red drinks.

    Always a blast and plenty of good food with these girls.

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    Moose Stew from the moose I got this year....Moose,onions,celery, carrots, potatoes, and pasta with beef broth....yum yum
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    Sunday night is Prime rib night at PBOC, so that what i will be having

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    I'm using bear roasts for my uncle's pulled pork recipe. started slow cooking it around 4:30 this morning. Gonna serve it on onion kiaser rolls with sides of slaw and greens.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dandeo2003 View Post
    I'm using bear roasts for my uncle's pulled pork recipe. started slow cooking it around 4:30 this morning. Gonna serve it on onion kiaser rolls with sides of slaw and greens.
    That sounds good!
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    Tonight is, Kodiak deer breakfest sausage, moose buger pascettii with my home made pascettii sauce.

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    Sea scallops with vermouth over artichoke hearts as an appetizer. For the main course: Veal scallopini with wine, mushrooms, pancetta, served on a bed of linguini, drizzled with evoo, butter, and fresh grated romano cheese.
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    Default Moose!

    For my birthday dinner on Thursday night, we had a moose roast that sat in the crockpot for like 14 hours or something, some mashed potatoes, and some french bread. It was QUITE good.

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    stuffed moose roll... with bread crumb stuffing. and Rather then using bacon for fat content/flavor i use Sour cream and blend fresh clove garlic and onion with it. Fresh butter squash and mashed sweet potatoes Both from the full circle farms box's we have been getting. french bread and fresh salad.
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    beer battered halibut and moose chili...



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    Last night we had steamer clams (beer, zesty italian dressing, butter and garlic/onions) sounds weird but really good.

    T-bone steak and king crab legs. Tonight, I am on strike!!

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    Tonite is monster pork chops fresh from the farm in South Dakota. Funny what they send you home with after a nice pheasant hunt and after you brought down some smoked fish and halibut.
    Also a salad, garlic mashed potatoes, and sweet corn on the cob.
    This is one of my favorite threads!

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    Yes, I love this thread also. Gives me ideas instead of always having the same ole stuff.

    Let's keep this one going.

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    And I'm jealous of ya'll.

    I hope we can have a potluck next summer when I come up.

    Maybe I could bring some gator tail from Georgia.

    Where I work they used to have potlucks. One day, a real country boy brought in a dish. Someone opened the pot and said, "Hey, Chief, why are there claw marks on the bottom of the lid?"

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