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    Hawg meat, spuds, pickled eggs and I.P.A. or bourbon and a Hershey bar.
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    "Lettuce with sauce" Basically boiled potatoes, a sauce blanc with fried bacon bits and onions and fresh icebeg lettuce and raw onions. Mash the potatoes, top with a good load of lettuce and raw onions, then cover in sauce. Mix together and enjoy! It sounds disgusting, I know, but don't knock it till you try it :-)
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    Lamb shank, bear roast, moose roast, venison country style steaks. Brussel sprouts, Bush's baked beans, and grits and sausage. Also, bleu cheese or peanut butter on Ritz crackers.
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    My homemade pizza
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    Oh wait! Even better! Chicken livers, fried up with onions, bacon, mushrooms and a good load of black pepper. Then serve it over a bowl of rice.
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    Man, I could go for a good chicken fried steak about now - with mashed taters, loads of white gravy, corn, broccoli, a roll, some sweet tea..... but I could only eat about 1/3 of it.....
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    Pierogies, smothered in sweet onions n butter, Homemade smoked Kielbasi, Haluski, Piggies(Stuffed Cabbage), Potato Pancakes.
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    All of the above, chili is key, so is beef stew. Pot roast, home made cashew nut butter. Put a pile in the processor, spin it down, add some peanut oil til you like the thickness, a little salt, if needed. Be careful, it is piled with calories and I can eat a cup of it without breaking a sweat. Cashewnut butter off a spoon in front of the tube.
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    BLT sandwich with some onion when my garden tomatos are ripe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Risch View Post
    All of the above, chili is key, so is beef stew. Pot roast, home made cashew nut butter. Put a pile in the processor, spin it down, add some peanut oil til you like the thickness, a little salt, if needed. Be careful, it is piled with calories and I can eat a cup of it without breaking a sweat. Cashewnut butter off a spoon in front of the tube.
    Sounds great...my neighbor use to substitute the oil out and use honey in it's place....AMAZING!!!!

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