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tmp_21105-20170325_183120509372411.thumb.jpg.8343092c97c703a653a6c97e6512deeb.jpgI'm glad you all asked.Today we will be serving baked cod.Seasoned simply with salt,pepper and butter.Pan roasted asparagus and rice pilaf on the side.

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grandpaw jones used to say YUM!YUM!

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Yum-mee!  That looks good enough to eat   :romantic-dinner-049: 

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11 hours ago, MassBassin508 said:

tmp_21105-20170325_183120509372411.thumb.jpg.8343092c97c703a653a6c97e6512deeb.jpgI'm glad you all asked.Today we will be serving baked cod.Seasoned simply with salt,pepper and butter.Pan roasted asparagus and rice pilaf on the side.

 

Man, that looks (and sounds) delicious.

 

It was a pizza night for us.

It was tasty!

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Ive been snacking on last nights pizza all day lol.Ive been craving fish for a while.

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I did a pork tenderloin in enchilada sauces with onions, garlic and chachi's in a crockpot.  When done added a pack of mexican cheese to thicken.  Wife loves it.

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On 3/25/2017 at 3:39 PM, MassBassin508 said:

tmp_21105-20170325_183120509372411.thumb.jpg.8343092c97c703a653a6c97e6512deeb.jpgI'm glad you all asked.Today we will be serving baked cod.Seasoned simply with salt,pepper and butter.Pan roasted asparagus and rice pilaf on the side.

Looks good ...BUT... bake bone  side down next time...better presentation 

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tmp_29589-20170328_205825335191712.thumb.jpg.c877b6dd22082464e3e395e17cceab51.jpgTonight I made 1/2 lb Cheddar bacon double cheeseburgers on sesame rolls on the griddle.

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2 hours ago, MassBassin508 said:

tmp_29589-20170328_205825335191712.thumb.jpg.c877b6dd22082464e3e395e17cceab51.jpgTonight I made 1/2 lb Cheddar bacon double cheeseburgers on sesame rolls on the griddle.

God lord my colon would kill me if I even tried to eat that. Enjoy it for those of us who can not. 

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Eating healthy again tonight. Ahi tuna steaks, done extra rare on a smoking hot grill, asparagus done the same way, and a side plate of raspberries, blackberries and mango. Yum!

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2 hours ago, .ghoti. said:

Eating healthy again tonight. Ahi tuna steaks, done extra rare on a smoking hot grill, asparagus done the same way, and a side plate of raspberries, blackberries and mango. Yum!

 

I'm doing grilled chicken salad tonight to offset that burger lol

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Now I'm craving Pizza. 

On ‎3‎/‎27‎/‎2017 at 11:06 AM, halochef said:

Looks good ...BUT... bake bone  side down next time...better presentation 

 

halochef, 

 

Considering your comment and screen name, where do you work?  Just curious. 

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Popeyes Chicken and biscuits.

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5 minutes ago, Redlinerobert said:

French dip tonight. 

 

Pictures or it didn't happen!

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Oddly enough, I am also having French dip.

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We had St Louis style ribs. Tried a new method. Smoked at 225 for 2 hours, oven at 225 for 2 hours, let rest for 30 min, then Broiled in the oven on high for 30 min, sliced the ribs, turned oven on hold and made the mashed potatoes and mac and cheese. Actually pretty good. Bark was great. May try it for 1 hour next time, got up to 165, a lil too done for my ribs,

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That looks great Glenn.  There's a very good French dip place close to the office.  Then of course there's Philipe's in Los Angeles when we're in town.  Home of the original French dip. 

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French dip sounds great.....I'll be right over lol.

 

tonight it's lamb chops, salad, plenty of salad. I'm under 300lbs now and falling. The goal is 250lbs.

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Everyone in my house is sick, grilled cheese and soup for dinner. No sense in making a nice dinner when nobody can taste it or even has much of an appetite to begin with. 

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2 hours ago, Bluebasser86 said:

Everyone in my house is sick, grilled cheese and soup for dinner. No sense in making a nice dinner when nobody can taste it or even has much of an appetite to begin with. 

 

I like grilled cheese.  There's actually a restaurant near me called "The Melt" that I've been wanting to visit.  They have some unusual grilled cheese sandwiches (but I'd probably order the Classic).  I was going to say this only happens in California, but I just looked at their website and they're also in Colorado and Texas.

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Been wanting to eat some Loinfish Ceviche for the past couple days.Might go diving soon and get me a couple of them.

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4 hours ago, BASS302 said:

 

I like grilled cheese.  There's actually a restaurant near me called "The Melt" that I've been wanting to visit.  They have some unusual grilled cheese sandwiches (but I'd probably order the Classic).  I was going to say this only happens in California, but I just looked at their website and they're also in Colorado and Texas.

We have a few.One is called Roxys.They make a braised beef grilled cheese.Its amazing.

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1 hour ago, soflabasser said:

Been wanting to eat some Loinfish Ceviche for the past couple days.Might go diving soon and get me a couple of them.

 

They used to be very expensive in the aquarium hobby years ago but then became a pest in FL. Glad they are good to eat! Any good baked or fried?

 

Found a good Chinese place last night near the house. Good Chinese is hard to find in my area. Had the Manchurian Beef (mushrooms, onions, brown sauce). 

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On 3/27/2017 at 2:06 PM, halochef said:

Looks good ...BUT... bake bone  side down next time...better presentation 

Looks like it is bone side down to me.  My one suggestion would be to fold the thin tail end of the filet under a bit, two to three inches.  Will prevent the thinner tail flesh from drying out/overcooking.

 

Actually, you can fold it under far enough so that the cooking thickness is fairly uniform from one end to the other, and the filet will be uniformly cooked.

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