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Thought I'd start a thread for folks to post what they're cooking. I'll start off with what I did last night.

Got the itch for some German food, so I cooked up Jaegerschnitzel, which is essentially weinerschnitzel, which is essentially a fried pork cutlet, with a mushroom sauce. Pounded a couple thin chops even thinner, breaded with some panko and fried in vegetable oil. Sauce was baby portabellos, a little red wine and a chicken gravy from the deli section of the store. Served with a side of German red cabbage and some mashed taters. Turned out pretty good. I did this with pheasant a couple weekends ago. That was good too.

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So, what are you cooking?

John

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Looks yummy Ness. I made some with goose breast. Turned out great. We are kind of in a food rut right now not trying anything new. Seared deer back strap with oven roasted red potatoes Saturday. Seared mallard breast yesterday with mashed potatoes and green beans. I suppose with the weather like it is I should do something creative for Mrs. BilletHead this week. I don't mind cooking and making a mess but dislike the cleaning up.

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Well I made Valentines dinner for all my women last night. Nothing fancy. Chicken Fettuccine, Spaghetti, Blackened Italian Sausage Fettuccine, breadsticks, and a monster salad. And I made one hell of a mess in the kitchen.

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Friday steamed lobster with french style glazed carrots and champagne (early Valentines because of the delivery of live lobsters). Saturday I did an appetizer with a zesty lobster salad wrapped in lettuce bundles. I turned the lobster shells into a bisque as the main course. Last night I made salsa, guacamole, and a red enchilada casserole with ground deer meat. No pictures. Sorry.

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Dang y'all are always so eclectic in your kitchens!

It was Rubens on Valentines day, and Ham/beans/corn bread last night at the casa De'la Wrench.

Nothing picture worthy but I wish I could share a few farts with ya.

Nothing wrong with that, wrench. Ham and beans with cornbread is a classic fall/winter meal that I love! Rubens too.

Well I made Valentines dinner for all my women last night. Nothing fancy. Chicken Fettuccine, Spaghetti, Blackened Italian Sausage Fettuccine, breadsticks, and a monster salad. And I made one hell of a mess in the kitchen.

Dang -- that's a lot of chow!

Friday steamed lobster with french style glazed carrots and champagne (early Valentines because of the delivery of live lobsters). Saturday I did an appetizer with a zesty lobster salad wrapped in lettuce bundles. I turned the lobster shells into a bisque as the main course. Last night I made salsa, guacamole, and a red enchilada casserole with ground deer meat. No pictures. Sorry.

You're raising the bar there rps. I actually was looking forward to your contribution, and you far exceeded my expectations. Would like to hear more about the bisque -- I love it, but have never made a very good one.

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Monday is Mexican night at my house.

Chicken tacos tonight.

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Sounds good. I've got some green chiles in the fridge, and some pork left over. Probably gonna whip up a green chili tonight.

John

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Man o Man you guys. I need to get with the program. I'm with Ness on RPS. He is my foodie hero. Ronnie did you clean up your mess?

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"We have met the enemy and it is us",

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   If you compete with your fellow anglers, you become their competitor, If you help them you become their friend"

Lefty Kreh

    " Never display your knowledge, you only share it"

Lefty Kreh

         "Eat more bass and there will be more room for walleye to grow!"

BilletHead

    " One thing in life is for sure. If you are careful you can straddle the barbed wire fence but make one mistake and you will be hurting"

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  P.S. "May your fences be short or hope you have long legs"

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