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      Masters Trout Tournament   01/16/2018

      Lilleys' Landing Resort & Marina, Lake Taneycomo, will hold it's annual trout tournament this Saturday, January 20th.  It is a 2-man team event.  $75 entry.  This is an artificial only, catch and release contest.  Cash prizes for 1st through 4th place.  Start time 8 a.m.  --  Weight in time 4 p.m.  A meal will follow the weigh in for contestants and spectators.  Call 417-334-6380 for more information.  Register at Lilleys' office up until 7:55 a.m. on Saturday.  http://www.ozarkanglers.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/Masters-Elfrink-Entry-Form-2018.pdf
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Ness, could be worse I opened a can of corned beef hash and dumped it into a skillet last night.  Another skillet had half a head of cabbage cooked down in some bacon grease.  Cabbage was delicious, the cheap corned beef hash was not the worst thing I ever ate but it was very un-memorable.

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Tonight is looking better.  Home made burgers, from beef slaughtered a few weeks ago, with a package of onion/mushroom seasoning mix.  Home fries seasoned with some dry buttermilk ranch dressing I found in the spice cabinet, and a small skillet of quick carrots.  Quick because I take a couple big ole carrows and microwave thwm for 2 minutes, then slice them up and into a skillet with Coka cola and some brown sugar.  Add home made bbq and a slice of havarti cheeae, I don't think we will go to bed hungry.  Sorry no peas.  Dirty Tee Shirt approved.

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53 minutes ago, MOPanfisher said:

Tonight is looking better.  Home made burgers, from beef slaughtered a few weeks ago, with a package of onion/mushroom seasoning mix.  Home fries seasoned with some dry buttermilk ranch dressing I found in the spice cabinet, and a small skillet of quick carrots.  Quick because I take a couple big ole carrows and microwave thwm for 2 minutes, then slice them up and into a skillet with Coka cola and some brown sugar.  Add home made bbq and a slice of havarti cheeae, I don't think we will go to bed hungry.  Sorry no peas.  Dirty Tee Shirt approved.

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      MoPanfish,

  Looks pretty good. I have seen you incorporate coke into many of your dishes. Never tried that. When doing carrots I go no farther than baby or large carrots sliced and cooked in a double boiler and add some dill to it.

BilletHead 

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      Been a pretty good day,

     Got a text from JohnsFolly. He invited the Mrs. and I to meet he and his clan minus one to have lunch in Springfield. Went to eat Chinese at recommendations from FlySmallie and another forum member (forgot who). Met them for a great meal and visit. John and his family are a hoot. Nice to be included in the circle of their friends as they are ours. We all ordered different meals and shared with each other. That way we all sampled a variety. Thumbs up from the BilletHeads. John took some pictures , I got one of him but it looked like he was in a stupor but he wasn't so I will spare you that. I will let him catch up here when he gets back.

     So with full bellies we did not want much for dinner here at home. We decided on a salad. Wanted to make a ginger sesame dressing from scratch.  Ingredients in the dressing called for tahini. To be fair I actually did not know what tahini was but when I found out I said hey no buying it since we are going from scratch we will attempt to make it. Make it we did! So we made the dressing. Homemade is always better and it was a hit on the simple salad of romaine, thin sliced red onion, halved cherry tomatoes and a few croutons. A mighty tasty salad and the dressing will be used on other things like a topping or marinade on chicken, duck or pork, 

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      Again good day for the BilletHead's

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29 minutes ago, BilletHead said:

      MoPanfish,

  Looks pretty good. I have seen you incorporate coke into many of your dishes. Never tried that. When doing carrots I go not farther than baby or large carrots sliced and cooked in a double boiler and add some dill to it.

BilletHead 

BH I usually like my carrots in a roast, or sweet.  However I am wanting to make sone in butter and sautee' them, the dill sounds like a perfect addition.  For some.reason what I am really wanting is some parsips, run across the mandolin and browned with butter.  Maybe I am pregnant, does sort of look like I am! 

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Dill and carrots go together well. I also roast or steam them then hit them with a little butter and honey. 

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1 hour ago, BilletHead said:

      Been a pretty good day,

     Got a text from JohnsFolly. He invited the Mrs. and I to meet he and his clan minus one to have lunch in Springfield. Went to eat Chinese at recommendations from FlySmallie and another forum member (forgot who). Met them for a great meal and visit. John and his family are a hoot. Nice to be included in the circle of their friends as they are ours. We all ordered different meals and shared with each other. That way we all sampled a variety. Thumbs up from the BilletHeads. John took some pictures , I got one of him but it looked like he was in a stupor but he wasn't so I will spare you that. I will let him catch up here when he gets back.

 

Did anybody get the famous Springfield cashew chicken?

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1 minute ago, ness said:

Did anybody get the famous Springfield cashew chicken?

               Yes John did but I am not sure how much he really got to eat because Mrs. Folly, Mrs. BilletHead and I got some off of his plate :) . Kind of like a buffet at our table. A very talkative buffet!

BilletHead

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