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26 Re: Hi y'all Whats for supper, Grandma!! on Sun Aug 28, 2011 11:19 pm

gypsy


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never heard of it Rosco

27 Re: Hi y'all Whats for supper, Grandma!! on Mon Aug 29, 2011 2:44 am

rosco 357


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gypsy wrote:never heard of it Rosco

i cant believe mahatma which is the name brand, does not sell different rice things in ur state, their yellow saffron seasoned rice is great, we ate both that and the red beans an rice package like 30 years,ago

check ur store, in the section they would sell rice dinners, in packages, check walmart, u will like the redbeans and rice, with smoke sausage, and its easy, and it is spiced just right, i just checked i have a walmart brand ( great value) is their brand of chicken flavored rice and sauce, its in a package too , mahatma rice is to big a company not to sell in ur state i would think,i like rice but not plain white rice that much, but i love the yellow saffron seasoned rice , especially with gravy over it, or its good without gravy, its a side item for a meal, i think the yellow saffron seasoned rice may be sold by several companies, i think they have jumbalia (spellling) rice in packages too,,

28 Re: Hi y'all Whats for supper, Grandma!! on Mon Aug 29, 2011 3:04 am

rosco 357


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runawayhorses wrote:I'm thinking about making some chili this week. I like saltine crackers with it. I'll post my recipe I use this week. For left overs I get some hotdogs and make chili-dogs. :)

yep i love chili, and with saltines also, sometimes i use freetoes corn chips, but probably like saltines crackers best, but i usually eat way to much, and pay for it later, i make mine with walmart brand chili ready tomatoes, along with the bushes chili beans, and that chili making in that little brown bag, it use to be call carol shelbys in the little brown bag, and yep the guy that made the shelby mustang, i guess he was doing the Paul Newman thing dabling in food, not sure its called that now, i also like the box of 2 alarm chili, both make good chili,,,,i use ground chuck, i have use ground round, but i forget which i like best , in some things ground round gets a bit tough, sometimes i add more minced garlic, i have use real garlic cloves but i dont buy alot of stuff, keeping a bottle of minced garlic is easier, i also like to eat chili with sour cream on the side, and graded cheese,

29 Re: Hi y'all Whats for supper, Grandma!! on Mon Aug 29, 2011 8:47 am

Candy Cottingham


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n. hard crumbly fat found in the kidneys or loins of cattle and other animals (used in cooking and making tallow)

Blimey I did not know this.....not good for cholestral.

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30 Re: Hi y'all Whats for supper, Grandma!! on Mon Aug 29, 2011 1:31 pm

gypsy


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I will check it out Rosco, I never use already packaged dinners~I guess that is why I never saw it:)

31 Re: Hi y'all Whats for supper, Grandma!! on Mon Aug 29, 2011 2:38 pm

rosco 357


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gypsy wrote:I will check it out Rosco, I never use already packaged dinners~I guess that is why I never saw it:)

well i said that but its not exactly a dinner, its just a package, but the red beans and rice would be the main course, the yelllow saffron rice is a side item i guess

32 Re: Hi y'all Whats for supper, Grandma!! on Mon Aug 29, 2011 2:56 pm

runawayhorses


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I use those packaged rice too. I like yellow rice a lot. I make chicken and yellow rice with green peas. One way I do it is put your rice in a casserole dish or a broiler pan and add the seasoning mix and water needed for the rice, mix it all together really good. Add about 1/2 cup of extra water than what the package says for the rice, because it will be baking in the oven and you don't want it to dry out. Then you put your chicken pieces on top of the rice and water in the baking pan and salt and pepper the chicken on top. Then put it in a preheated 350 degree oven for about 1 hour and 20 minutes uncovered. Heat up your peas on the stove-top in a pan. The rice and chicken cook together and comes out perfect. That is a family recipe my Mom invented. I had it since I was a little boy.

33 Re: Hi y'all Whats for supper, Grandma!! on Mon Aug 29, 2011 3:16 pm

gypsy


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That sounds good Tyler,I have made a similar recipe. I do like saffron rice.

34 Re: Hi y'all Whats for supper, Grandma!! on Tue Aug 30, 2011 3:19 pm

rosco 357


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tyler that does sound good, thanks,

35 Re: Hi y'all Whats for supper, Grandma!! on Wed Aug 31, 2011 6:52 pm

gypsy


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Supper tonight! fried catfish,hush puppies oven baked potato wedges, my pickles, onion and tomato.

36 Re: Hi y'all Whats for supper, Grandma!! on Wed Aug 31, 2011 10:14 pm

rosco 357


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i got ranch seasoned wings, and amish potato salad and cole slaw, and a roll and im going to eat now, before i fall out, lol

37 Re: Hi y'all Whats for supper, Grandma!! on Sat Sep 03, 2011 11:06 pm

gypsy


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Supper tonight,homemade Spaghetti,salad and three cheese toast,spice cake for dessert.

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