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Whatever in the wide world happened the other nite, happened. Done deal. It kinda took me by suprise too. I decided it's over(at least for me). It's snowing and sleeting here (yet again). Soooo. I fried me some nice thick bologna, put it on toasted bread with a HUGE slice of onion, and got some baked beans/mac/n/cheese on the side.
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Same room for a salad!
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and so close to purim. poor esther
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other people besides me cook fried bologna?

I thought I was the only person that did that.

I call them pac man sandwiches because when the middle of the bologna starts to bubble up I cut it halfway and it looks like pac man.
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 Quoting: Tim A. Warall

For F##kin' sure!
I also got some philly cheese stuffed jalapenos! Gonna be a HOT time tonite!
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and so close to purim. poor esther
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Ewwwww. Thick bologna. gasp

Everything else sounds good, but that thick bologna triggers a gag reflex. LOL.
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sounds like a recipe for colon cancer
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Ewwwww. Thick bologna. gasp

Everything else sounds good, but that thick bologna triggers a gag reflex. LOL.
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Ya gotta frie it clear thru...not burnt but just brown and GREASY! The onion (with hot mustard makes it healthy!
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sounds like a recipe for colon cancer
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Ewwwww. Thick bologna. gasp

Everything else sounds good, but that thick bologna triggers a gag reflex. LOL.
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Ya gotta frie it clear thru...not burnt but just brown and GREASY! The onion (with hot mustard makes it healthy!
rockon
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lol I like it that way with one thin slice, but that thick stuff, ewwwww. Just can't do that. Still love your food threads though. 8)
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Never mind . Let's hear about YOUR fried bologna! Or fried whatever...123 go.
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now thats a sammich
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Ewwwww. Thick bologna. gasp

Everything else sounds good, but that thick bologna triggers a gag reflex. LOL.
 Quoting: Nine's

Ya gotta frie it clear thru...not burnt but just brown and GREASY! The onion (with hot mustard makes it healthy!
rockon
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lol I like it that way with one thin slice, but that thick stuff, ewwwww. Just can't do that. Still love your food threads though. 8)
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Try it sliced thin, cut up in tiny squares and fried with 'taters and onions, bell peppers servrd on brown rice...MMMM!!!!
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now thats a sammich
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OMG! Bacon! Don't get me started on BACON!!! Please!!! I'm outta bacon, crap!
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now thats a sammich
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OMG! Bacon! Don't get me started on BACON!!! Please!!! I'm outta bacon, crap!
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Ewwwww. Thick bologna. gasp

Everything else sounds good, but that thick bologna triggers a gag reflex. LOL.
 Quoting: Nine's

Ya gotta frie it clear thru...not burnt but just brown and GREASY! The onion (with hot mustard makes it healthy!
rockon
 Quoting: Pea Vine

lol I like it that way with one thin slice, but that thick stuff, ewwwww. Just can't do that. Still love your food threads though. 8)
 Quoting: Nine's

Try it sliced thin, cut up in tiny squares and fried with 'taters and onions, bell peppers servrd on brown rice...MMMM!!!!
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Now that does sound good! Never tried it over rice, but will now. Mmm.

I had a piece of fried chicken, lima beans with okra, biscuits, and applesauce. Saved me a bicuit to have in the morning with gravy....and a couple slices of bacon. rofl
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Ya gotta frie it clear thru...not burnt but just brown and GREASY! The onion (with hot mustard makes it healthy!
rockon
 Quoting: Pea Vine

lol I like it that way with one thin slice, but that thick stuff, ewwwww. Just can't do that. Still love your food threads though. 8)
 Quoting: Nine's

Try it sliced thin, cut up in tiny squares and fried with 'taters and onions, bell peppers servrd on brown rice...MMMM!!!!
rockonbump
 Quoting: Pea Vine

Now that does sound good! Never tried it over rice, but will now. Mmm.

I had a piece of fried chicken, lima beans with okra, biscuits, and applesauce. Saved me a bicuit to have in the morning with gravy....and a couple slices of bacon. rofl
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After the above reciepe is ALMOST complete, add some beaten eggs to scramble in the mixture. Top everything with milk gravy..And bisquits with jelly...and a BIG cup of black coffee...and a slice of pie with yet another big cup of black coffee!

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lol I like it that way with one thin slice, but that thick stuff, ewwwww. Just can't do that. Still love your food threads though. 8)
 Quoting: Nine's

Try it sliced thin, cut up in tiny squares and fried with 'taters and onions, bell peppers servrd on brown rice...MMMM!!!!
rockonbump
 Quoting: Pea Vine

Now that does sound good! Never tried it over rice, but will now. Mmm.

I had a piece of fried chicken, lima beans with okra, biscuits, and applesauce. Saved me a bicuit to have in the morning with gravy....and a couple slices of bacon. rofl
 Quoting: Nine's


After the above reciepe is ALMOST complete, add some beaten eggs to scramble in the mixture. Top everything with milk gravy..And bisquits with jelly...and a BIG cup of black coffee...and a slice of pie with yet another big cup of black coffee!

hfpeacebump
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LOL. Now you're just teasing me....or trying to explode me! No WAY, I could eat that at one sitting. Makes me hungry thinking of spreading it out over a week though. You sure do talk some sweet food talk. 8)
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Try it sliced thin, cut up in tiny squares and fried with 'taters and onions, bell peppers servrd on brown rice...MMMM!!!!
rockonbump
 Quoting: Pea Vine

Now that does sound good! Never tried it over rice, but will now. Mmm.

I had a piece of fried chicken, lima beans with okra, biscuits, and applesauce. Saved me a bicuit to have in the morning with gravy....and a couple slices of bacon. rofl
 Quoting: Nine's


After the above reciepe is ALMOST complete, add some beaten eggs to scramble in the mixture. Top everything with milk gravy..And bisquits with jelly...and a BIG cup of black coffee...and a slice of pie with yet another big cup of black coffee!

hfpeacebump
 Quoting: Pea Vine

LOL. Now you're just teasing me....or trying to explode me! No WAY, I could eat that at one sitting. Makes me hungry thinking of spreading it out over a week though. You sure do talk some sweet food talk. 8)
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Oh No! not in one setting! This is something I make for taking some to work and some fore when I get home from work and am tired. (3:00 A.M.). It's fairly quick and easy..just the thing for a single man.

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BTW. I bake a pie once a week, usually one of those Marie Calendar pies. Frozen yes but I'll be durn if there's enough difference to matter...By the way, I'm in NO way overweight. (6'-0'- 170'ish). It's all perspective!!!!!!!!

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Re: Fried bologna, mac'n' cheese,baked beans and let's move on!!!
Oh. LOL. Now THAT makes sense. I was trying to figure the proportions to not have too much left over. I figured 1 potato, 1 egg, a half slice bologna, rice, gravy over it, with a bicuit would make at least 2 or 3 meals.

It's hard to cook for 1, isn't it? I have that problem too. Even a small batch of biscuits made 6. I had one for supper, saved one for breakfast, and froze 4.

That's a great idea making enough to take to work and have some when you get home too. Too many single people don't eat right, and end up paying for it.

I bet your recipe would be good too, if you cooked an egg over easy so the yolk spread over it, would also be good.
Thanks for the great idea! Every time I read your threads there's so many new ideas! hf
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Oh. LOL. Now THAT makes sense. I was trying to figure the proportions to not have too much left over. I figured 1 potato, 1 egg, a half slice bologna, rice, gravy over it, with a bicuit would make at least 2 or 3 meals.

It's hard to cook for 1, isn't it? I have that problem too. Even a small batch of biscuits made 6. I had one for supper, saved one for breakfast, and froze 4.

That's a great idea making enough to take to work and have some when you get home too. Too many single people don't eat right, and end up paying for it.

I bet your recipe would be good too, if you cooked an egg over easy so the yolk spread over it, would also be good.
Thanks for the great idea! Every time I read your threads there's so many new ideas! hf
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Hey Nines... Been there done that. I was a single dad (20+ years ago). I and my oldest daughter would make and freeze meals on a Saturday nite that would feed everybody (school lunches, supper, ect.) all week. Sundays were for the special BIG meals, everything hot off the stove. I ain't much but I CAN cook!
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All sounds good. Have you tried okra/corn/tomatoes as a side.
Put a good shot of Cholula hot sauce.
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BTW. I bake a pie once a week, usually one of those Marie Calendar pies. Frozen yes but I'll be durn if there's enough difference to matter...By the way, I'm in NO way overweight. (6'-0'- 170'ish). It's all perspective!!!!!!!!

peacetounge
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Wow, you're skinny! LOL. It's hard for me to keep weight on. Just can't stow away the food like many can.

Just love feeding my brother in law. That man can clear a table of everything on it, in record time. Have never seen a man eat like him. It just disappears. I love watching him enjoy food. It's one of his better qualities. 8)

You make your pies like I make my bread. Every week I make bread. Nasty stuff from the store just doesn't taste right. I'd make more pies too, but my crusts never satisfy me. Once in a while it's good, but usally I find something wrong with it. Do love a good custard pie though. Or peach, or rasberry, or pecan, or......yup, I like pie.
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All sounds good. Have you tried okra/corn/tomatoes as a side.
Put a good shot of Cholula hot sauce.
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All sounds good. Have you tried okra/corn/tomatoes as a side.
Tried the combo (many times). What is Cholula hot sauce?
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Oh. LOL. Now THAT makes sense. I was trying to figure the proportions to not have too much left over. I figured 1 potato, 1 egg, a half slice bologna, rice, gravy over it, with a bicuit would make at least 2 or 3 meals.

It's hard to cook for 1, isn't it? I have that problem too. Even a small batch of biscuits made 6. I had one for supper, saved one for breakfast, and froze 4.

That's a great idea making enough to take to work and have some when you get home too. Too many single people don't eat right, and end up paying for it.

I bet your recipe would be good too, if you cooked an egg over easy so the yolk spread over it, would also be good.
Thanks for the great idea! Every time I read your threads there's so many new ideas! hf
 Quoting: Nine's


Hey Nines... Been there done that. I was a single dad (20+ years ago). I and my oldest daughter would make and freeze meals on a Saturday nite that would feed everybody (school lunches, supper, ect.) all week. Sundays were for the special BIG meals, everything hot off the stove. I ain't much but I CAN cook!
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Don't you ever say you aren't much! A single Dad who can cook deprives you of the right to say you ain't much. Don't ever forget that!!!

It sounds like such a loving family too. What a nice time to share with a daughter, cooking, putting away food for the week, planning meals, then a Sunday meal. So many kids today will never know that pleasure.
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BTW. I bake a pie once a week, usually one of those Marie Calendar pies. Frozen yes but I'll be durn if there's enough difference to matter...By the way, I'm in NO way overweight. (6'-0'- 170'ish). It's all perspective!!!!!!!!

peacetounge
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Wow, you're skinny! LOL. It's hard for me to keep weight on. Just can't stow away the food like many can.

Just love feeding my brother in law. That man can clear a table of everything on it, in record time. Have never seen a man eat like him. It just disappears. I love watching him enjoy food. It's one of his better qualities. 8)

You make your pies like I make my bread. Every week I make bread. Nasty stuff from the store just doesn't taste right. I'd make more pies too, but my crusts never satisfy me. Once in a while it's good, but usally I find something wrong with it. Do love a good custard pie though. Or peach, or rasberry, or pecan, or......yup, I like pie.
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Take the time to put a small width of aluminum foil on the edge of the pie, THEN pake according to instructions.

BTW. My old Mother said I ate so much, it made me poorly to pack it!..........tounge
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Oh. LOL. Now THAT makes sense. I was trying to figure the proportions to not have too much left over. I figured 1 potato, 1 egg, a half slice bologna, rice, gravy over it, with a bicuit would make at least 2 or 3 meals.

It's hard to cook for 1, isn't it? I have that problem too. Even a small batch of biscuits made 6. I had one for supper, saved one for breakfast, and froze 4.

That's a great idea making enough to take to work and have some when you get home too. Too many single people don't eat right, and end up paying for it.

I bet your recipe would be good too, if you cooked an egg over easy so the yolk spread over it, would also be good.
Thanks for the great idea! Every time I read your threads there's so many new ideas! hf
 Quoting: Nine's


Hey Nines... Been there done that. I was a single dad (20+ years ago). I and my oldest daughter would make and freeze meals on a Saturday nite that would feed everybody (school lunches, supper, ect.) all week. Sundays were for the special BIG meals, everything hot off the stove. I ain't much but I CAN cook!
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Don't you ever say you aren't much! A single Dad who can cook deprives you of the right to say you ain't much. Don't ever forget that!!!

It sounds like such a loving family too. What a nice time to share with a daughter, cooking, putting away food for the week, planning meals, then a Sunday meal. So many kids today will never know that pleasure.
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Yes, but day's gone by. Not that way anymore. Lifes too busy nowadays for those ways. I WAS lucky tho. Now, it's like a Harry Chapin song. Not complaining at all. Times DO change.
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Take the time to put a small width of aluminum foil on the edge of the pie, THEN pake according to instructions.

BTW. My old Mother said I ate so much, it made me poorly to pack it!..........tounge
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Haha! Your Mom sounds like she had a sense of humor. 8)

I do put the foil around it. Have one of those rings they sell down in Amish territory. It just fits over the top. It still never comes out the same color as the actual pie crust, and it ALLways breaks a piece off the crust when I'm cutting it. It doesn't break right on one piece, it breaks between two of them. Then it's not pretty anymore til those pieces are gone. Maybe a pie cutter would work better than a knife. lol





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