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  1. #81
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    Sep. 5, 2011


    Quote Originally Posted by Malmare View Post
    New Year's tradition ---- Pork and sauerkraut! (I am a transplanted Yankee.)
    Awwww - you're making me all nostalgic. My parents - dad in particular - used to make a kick-ass fresh pork roast with sauerkraut & Czech Bread Dumplings.

  2. #82
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    Jul. 31, 2012
    SE VA


    Hmmm. . . we do mashed potatoes, not dumplings.

  3. #83
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    Aug. 15, 2008


    Quote Originally Posted by texan View Post
    Somebody help me now, I am cooking for the first time in about 5 years for dinner guests. Prime Rib roast, with all the traditional stuff. I live alone I dont often cook lots, I hope it turns out allright...
    Texan, the poster Brookes gave me this recipe, and other cothers said they'd used it with great success. It was SO easy and came out wonderfully.

    As Brookes told me, it's super important to follow the instructions on the cooking part to the letter. As tempting as it may be to open the oven to see how it's doing, DON'T do it!

    It really does work. If you have time, check out the reviews. A few poor ones out of almost 700 reviews. That tells you all you need to know!
    "Aye God, Woodrow..."

  4. #84
    Join Date
    Jan. 27, 2002


    yum , so many delicious meals!
    we had that braised beef thing i wanted to make the other day.
    it was fabulous served with mashed potatos and cole slaw.
    i'm saving the leftovers to make a ragu gravy for the freezer.

  5. #85
    Join Date
    Jan. 4, 2007


    Well, not everyone is an epicure.
    I had a bowl with about 1/3 can of black eye peas, of course, one small tomato, a handful of green olives, a small can of low sodium V8, a small can of tuna fish, some italian dressing and that made a great New Years meal.
    Drink water and don't like sweets, so that I have never missed.

    I went on strike after cooking for all, some times 15+, for 21 years and now don't even have the oven turned on.

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