What's for dinner tonight?

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I bought an Instant Pot on FB Marketplace last week, brand new in the box, a Christmas present the owner didn't want. And then last weekend I visited the Craft Culture Spring Market here in town and found some scrummy looking Carolina style BBQ sauce, mustard base instead of the usual tomato. So if I'm reading the signs correctly, tonight is rib night.
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Leftover crockpot hamburger & veggie soup designed by my 14 year old.

Started with:
Hamburger
4 cups of broth plus 2 cups of water
Epicure minestrone mix
2 cup celery
2 cups carrots

Her options:
Yes corn
No black beans
Yes fire roasted tomato's
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fluffy wrote: Apr 27th, 2022, 10:26 am I bought an Instant Pot on FB Marketplace last week, brand new in the box, a Christmas present the owner didn't want. And then last weekend I visited the Craft Culture Spring Market here in town and found some scrummy looking Carolina style BBQ sauce, mustard base instead of the usual tomato. So if I'm reading the signs correctly, tonight is rib night.
We do ribs in our IP all the time. So easy.

Tonight we had Mary Brown's chicken.
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Running errands so we grabbed a Kitchen Table Traditional Butter Chicken with rice from Walmart. I won't cook for in plastic so I pulled out the wok and sautéed broccoli and then threw in the butter chicken and rice along with 4 cups of spinach. It was pretty good.
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Pizza and red wine for dinner, wine and dark chocolate for dessert..
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We had a Beef Dip.
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Ribs in the InstantPot and probably do some Potato Patties in the deep fryer to go with it.
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Pork Chops Spuds and asparagus.
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Bsuds wrote: May 4th, 2022, 4:08 pm Ribs in the InstantPot and probably do some Potato Patties in the deep fryer to go with it.
:up: :up:

Was awesome!
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Got lazy, went Chinese takeout.
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Peanut Thai Turkey Wraps. This is the recipe I followed but replaced chicken with turkey as that is what we had in the freezer. http://victoriafamilymeals.blogspot.com ... ttuce.html
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Naramata pub wing night. But I had fall off the bone half rack of ribs. :up: Worth the drive
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The men are gone up island. Us women had air fryer potstickers (aka Gyoza or dumplings) and asparagus.
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We had a Baked Pork Tenderloin and Gravy with Roast Potato's and steamed Cabbage.
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