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What's for Supper? How about ribs and broccoli! #6817217
03/25/20 05:46 PM
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Wow. Where have I been? I feel like I've missed so much, but I'm still here.

I just heard on the national news that Trapper Les is going to clean his stove!!!! I need to get a supper posted here in honor of Les' stove. There are some important traditions I feel the need to carry on here ... and I miss you guys!

This one is for you, Les. How about some baby back ribs and broccoli?

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We're all waiting to see the stove, Les! It'll be a chick magnet. grin

What's on everyone's table at the TMan Cafe tonight? I can't wait to hear from you guys!

I hope you're all well!
Patrice


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Re: What's for Supper? How about ribs and broccoli! [Re: Patrice] #6817223
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Pintos and corn bread. Pics to follow.

Re: What's for Supper? How about ribs and broccoli! [Re: Patrice] #6817229
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Crappies, Home style chicken noodle soup and toast.


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Re: What's for Supper? How about ribs and broccoli! [Re: Patrice] #6817232
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My wife just asked if I want stove stop stuffing or mac and cheese with our chicken.
Doesn't matter to me as long as its not broccoli or cauliflower.She loves those green and white veggies.
Tom


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Tom Olson
Re: What's for Supper? How about ribs and broccoli! [Re: Patrice] #6817235
03/25/20 05:58 PM
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Tater tot casserole here I like the tots to be crunchy.


Was born in a Big City Will die in the Country OK with that!

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Re: What's for Supper? How about ribs and broccoli! [Re: Patrice] #6817247
03/25/20 06:12 PM
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Bean burritos and a couple pickles. Prolly not the best choice with the T.P. Shortage!

Re: What's for Supper? How about ribs and broccoli! [Re: Patrice] #6817260
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Salmon
,Spanish rice and coleslaw


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Re: What's for Supper? How about ribs and broccoli! [Re: Patrice] #6817264
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salmon asparagus an apple crisp an ice cream [Linked Image]
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Re: What's for Supper? How about ribs and broccoli! [Re: Patrice] #6817270
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Roast beef and rutabaga.

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Eh...wot?

Re: What's for Supper? How about ribs and broccoli! [Re: Patrice] #6817272
03/25/20 06:43 PM
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Re: What's for Supper? How about ribs and broccoli! [Re: Patrice] #6817273
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Patrice - that broccoli actually looks good. Nice green color. Good job.

Re: What's for Supper? How about ribs and broccoli! [Re: Trapper Dahlgren] #6817283
03/25/20 06:52 PM
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Looking forward to those pics, Jbyrd!

MnMan ... CRAPPIES! laugh CRAPPIES! laugh CRAPPIES! laugh CRAPPIES! laugh CRAPPIES! laugh CRAPPIES! laugh CRAPPIES! laugh CRAPPIES! laugh (Sorry, I really need to get out and catch some crappies!) Love some chicken noodle soup too!

I would pick the mac & cheese, Tom - but both are good, and so is chicken! Maybe your wife can trick you into eating those veggies by hiding them in your mac & cheese like they do for the little kids. laugh

Yay, tater tots! Sounds great, Law Dog!

Too funny, DRF! Sounds good though!

All wonderful, Jarentz!

Nice Dahlgren! That's beautiful. Thanks for the photos!

Fantastic, Lugnut! Both meals. Thanks for the photos!

Sounds good, 330. Awaiting confirmation ... grin

Thanks, Wissmiss! Note the big blobs of butter still melting their way over it. I like to sqeeze some fresh lemon juice over it too. Broccoli is one of Zim's favorites.


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Re: What's for Supper? How about ribs and broccoli! [Re: Patrice] #6817291
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Patrice,I always(almost), tell my wife to cook what she wants. Mac and cheese was nothing I had as a kid,so I don't really care if we have it or not.
Spinach and asparagus are my favorite veggies--LOL that and hamburger.
Tom


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Re: What's for Supper? How about ribs and broccoli! [Re: Patrice] #6817292
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Grilled ribeyes and chicken, loaded baked potatoes, peppers,mushrooms, and stuffed jalapeños....eating good!



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Re: What's for Supper? How about ribs and broccoli! [Re: Patrice] #6817293
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What? "in honor of of les' stove" I know it was quite the environment but I don't think it was a living being in its' self. laugh

Re: What's for Supper? How about ribs and broccoli! [Re: Patrice] #6817294
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Smoked venison kielbasa with saurkrault and a side salad

Re: What's for Supper? How about ribs and broccoli! [Re: Patrice] #6817295
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Patrice. - is that REAL butter melting over the broccoli? smile smile

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Brisket and asparagus. With real butter on the asparagus, for wissmiss.


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Re: What's for Supper? How about ribs and broccoli! [Re: Patrice] #6817304
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Here you go ! Country boy heaven !!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Re: What's for Supper? How about ribs and broccoli! [Re: Patrice] #6817312
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Grilled hamburgers, brats, baked beans and scalloped potatoes

Re: What's for Supper? How about ribs and broccoli! [Re: Patrice] #6817322
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The ribs look good. Feed the broccoli to the rabbits. (If they'll eat it!) smile

Re: What's for Supper? How about ribs and broccoli! [Re: jbyrd63] #6817332
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Those are good, green veggies, Tom! And everything goes with a burger! grin

Woodsnwater! What a feast! Thanks for the photo!

Well, Teepee, while the stove may itself host numerous life forms, I should have said in honor of Les and in celebration of this holiday to commemorate the cleaning of Les' stove. laugh

That' one fine combination, Gutthooked!

Absolutely, Wissmiss! Always real butter here!

Perfect, MJM!

Looks delicious, Jbyrd! And served on a beautiful countertop too! Thanks for the photo!

A classic and tasty meal there, Mississippiposse!

Thanks, BernieB! You couldn't get that broccoli away from Zim!


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Re: What's for Supper? How about ribs and broccoli! [Re: Patrice] #6817335
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Those ribs look good.

I'm frying chicken. Made a package of that yellow rice. Got some green beans simmering with a little bacon. Made bread earlier today.


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Re: What's for Supper? How about ribs and broccoli! [Re: danny clifton] #6817358
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Patrice, maybe we could get the governor to present an award. laugh

Re: What's for Supper? How about ribs and broccoli! [Re: Patrice] #6817362
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The only veggie needed with hamburgers--dill pickles.
Tom


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Re: What's for Supper? How about ribs and broccoli! [Re: Patrice] #6817384
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Left over pot roast. Always better a day or 2 later.

Re: What's for Supper? How about ribs and broccoli! [Re: Patrice] #6817395
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Woods knows how to grill a Ribeye!!!

Re: What's for Supper? How about ribs and broccoli! [Re: Patrice] #6817436
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Baked Steelhead Trout, Baked Sweet Potatoes, Brussel Sprouts

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Re: What's for Supper? How about ribs and broccoli! [Re: gotya] #6817438
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Thanks, Danny! Man, that sounds good! Mmmmmmm!

Hey Teepee - maybe the mayor of Williams could present Les with the keys to the city! laugh

I cannot argue with that, Tom, but I do like some lettuce on a burger too. grin

Sounds good, Trapete. I'd eat that with a little horsey sauce!

He does, Gotya. That photo also made me think of getting some of our frozen jalapenos out of the freezer to stuff! All good.

Looks wonderful, Grayfox! Made even better with that perfect butter distribution. Thanks for the photo!


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Re: What's for Supper? How about ribs and broccoli! [Re: Patrice] #6817526
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Lufkin, Tx.
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I had to scroll back up to check that butter, and it had all melted by that time.----Yeah, I could eat that. I'm breaking hickory nuts and eating them for DINNAH!


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Re: What's for Supper? How about ribs and broccoli! [Re: Patrice] #6817533
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in case you didnt see the other thread... i cant compete with patrice... but nobody goes to bed hungry... cept that one time i made meatloaf...lol


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Re: What's for Supper? How about ribs and broccoli! [Re: Lufkin Trapper] #6817557
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Too funny, Lufkin! I'll bet those hickory nuts are good!

Thanks for that photo, Hydropllar! It looks awesome and is fine competition for any meal anywhere. I'd love some! (Too funny on the meatloaf!) Thanks again.


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Re: What's for Supper? How about ribs and broccoli! [Re: Patrice] #6817559
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Burgers smothered in beans with bacon on top and a salad.

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Homemade pizza and Cole slaw. Sorry no pics.

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Fresh walleye and hash browns, think I'll have the same meal tomorrow.

Re: What's for Supper? How about ribs and broccoli! [Re: Patrice] #6817586
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The secret to life.....buttah..... grin

Im having the poor man's steak with some good veggies and topped with seasonings reminiscent of my master tonic that ramps up the immune system big time to fight off pathogens.

Hug the chooks for me, please....enjoy every day of life and breath with the one you love dearly.

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My old buddie ww2 pow always said when he fed us... good news and bad news ... bad news is its not very good... but the good news is we go lots of it !!! RIP Bill


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Originally Posted by Patrice
Looking forward to those pics, Jbyrd!

MnMan ... CRAPPIES! laugh CRAPPIES! laugh CRAPPIES! laugh CRAPPIES! laugh CRAPPIES! laugh CRAPPIES! laugh CRAPPIES! laugh CRAPPIES! laugh (Sorry, I really need to get out and catch some crappies!) Love some chicken noodle soup too!



Just got in from in front of the house and replaced some of the ones I had for supper. Can do it all over again (supper) now several times.

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Re: What's for Supper? How about ribs and broccoli! [Re: MnMan] #6817752
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Mad_mike, I've never had beans with bacon on top of a burger but I sure would try it! That and a salad are a perfect supper.

Homemade pizza and coleslaw - all good stuff, Run!

Steven, I would eat fresh walleye and hash browns every day until I run out. Good move!

Steak, veggies and butter are a great combination any evening, Sharon! Sounds nice! I'll have to get some new photos of the girls out there for you. Yesterday I got 4 eggs from the 4 girls - including Daisy the queen who will be 9 years old in May. They are all looking really great! You stay well over there.

Hydropillar, I'm thinkin' you have lots of it AND it's good!

Wow, that's nice, MnMan. I'm getting the crappie shakes! Zim and I have a little crappie trip planned down the calendar a bit - fingers crossed! Just look at those speckled beauties!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! CRAPPIES laugh



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Re: What's for Supper? How about ribs and broccoli! [Re: Patrice] #6818058
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Hydropillar,my dad was a WW2 german prisoner of war. In the 9 months he was a prisoner--they had meat once.
A guard dog was shot one night and they had meat in their rutabegga soup the next day.
Yum.
Tom


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