Whats for Supper?

Tazz

Infidel
Supporter
BLT salad from Walmart and a baked potato.

I wanted tacos last night but the grill at Stripes in Cisco, Tx closed at 8 pm...
about 15 minutes before I got there.
:explode:

I had leftovers from before they closed.
2 eggrolls, a chicken leg and a corndog.
:O_o:
:puke::puke:
 

(((ME)))

Well-Known Member
Tonight I grilled on top of the stove white onions browned in butter , sliced open weiners and grilled them crisp brown and placed upon a bun spread the onions and add red chili and cheese of several layers. It cool here tonight suppose to hit 23 degrees.
 

krelithous

Prius hater
Supporter
Tonight I grilled on top of the stove white onions browned in butter , sliced open weiners and grilled them crisp brown and placed upon a bun spread the onions and add red chili and cheese of several layers. It cool here tonight suppose to hit 23 degrees.
23 out sounds like you need your electric blanketo_O
 

dave350

Well-Known Member
Hope to read that Sandy gets to feeling better real soon....
Thank you. I hope she feels better soon also. This is a nasty bronchitis that's going around. I have other family members and coworkers that are just getting their asses kicked. This is the third time this year for Sandy and I've had it twice. My mother had it early in the year and was down four weeks. Nasty stuff.
 

ironpony

Well-Known Member
Supporter
Roadkill Raccoon Kebobs
  • 2 lb reasonably fresh raccoon; cut into 1 inch cubes
  • 1/2 cup french dressing; homemade preferred
  • 2 green peppers; cut into 1 inch cubes
  • 1 large onion; cut into 1 inch cubes
  • 1/3 lb mushroom caps
Place raccoon cubes in a ceramic bowl and pour dressing over cubes. Let marinate two or more hours.
Remove cubes, reserving marinade.
Alternate raccoon cubes with pepper squares, onion pieces and mushroom caps on skewers. Brush all with reserved marinade and broil over hot coals until done to desired degree. Turn frequently and baste with marinade as needed.