TBD on Ning

Suggestions anyone?

Right now take-out Chinese sounds good. Except my favorite place doesn't deliver and I don't want to go out. In the heat. And the rain. And the Tornado warning.


Do you like Chinese food?




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You need to come to FL. for a vaca so I can feed you real food.

Home made spaghetti sauce and meatballs with store bought ravioli. Going to cook a couple different kinds of ravioli, one stuffed with mushrooms, and another stuffed with sausage.

I guess I could hitch my way to your table. It would only take a day or two. I don't eat much. And I'm good at washing dishes. :)

trying a new recipe to see if it really does taste like kalua pig

 Kalua pork is a Hawaiian preparation of slow-cooked pork shoulder, and has nothing to do with alcohol. Thankfully, recipes like this one bring a little touch of the islands to me without ever having to board a plane. It's typically cooked in an imu, (an oven dug into the ground) but with a little tweaking, you can get the same great taste at home from an oven or slow cooker. It's so insanely tender that I can see why it's a favorite on the islands.

2 to 3 pound Boston butt pork shoulder roast
2 tablespoons liquid smoke
1 tablespoon Hawaiian pink salt or sea salt


1. With a fork, pierce the pork roast repeatedly on all sides. Rub the entire roast with the liquid smoke and then the salt. Place in a slow cooker and cook on high for 4 hours or on low for 8 hours until the roast is so tender that it falls apart. Remove the roast from the slow cooker and the cooking juices and shred with a fork.

Sounds quite tasty PA.!!

Spaghetti tonight with breaded veal patties, with some provolone cheese on top of the patties.  (made a BIG pot of sauce so we are on an Italian kick)

welllllll the writer might have been confusing their imbibing of kahlua with the recipe. tho it did make a tasty dinner...sort of like a smoked pork roast but definitely not the fall apart kalua pig like they do in the islands....but still a good way to make a roast. set it on low and come home to a smoked pork roast, nuke a baked potato and steam a veggie....dinner is served

We all get confused PA.

Kahlua will make anyone confused.

I'm sure it was yummy!!

Beer battered catfish, and a veggie yet to be determined. 

Green bottle of beer and tacos.

2 tacos and city water.




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