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Baked Maui Maui, green beans and jalapeno cheese potatoes.

Carrie

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That sounds fantastic! I'm saving that one.

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Seduction: stuff them with quartered lemon and rosemary.

I make a regular roaster that way and it comes out so perfectly moist. Wild rice on the side is a great accompaniment.

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I have a Board Meeting, so I have meatloaf in the crockpot, redskin roasted garlic mashed potatoes, and peas waiting for the troops.

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had rubber tire sirloin steak and half raw broccoli.....yeeck

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i had that creamed chipped beef on toast in the army and it really tastes like shit on a shingle........yeeck :(

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thanks girls!! I think I'll pass! :)

Spaghetti & meatballs tonight

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"In the Navy, it was chipped beef (incredibly salty cured beef) in white gravy (the southern white gravy used on biscuits) served on toast."

yep that is what trooper ate all the time in the Army as well. He still wants it every now and then.....bleck.

Chicken breasts baked in stoneware with some lemon and herbs. Veggies, not yet determined.

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Your version of SOS is different than the one my father likes.

In the Navy, it was chipped beef (incredibly salty cured beef) in white gravy (the southern white gravy used on biscuits) served on toast.

Blech.

Your way sounds a bit tastier.

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S.O.S is hamburger meat in gravy, over slices of bread. The meat is the shit and the bread is the shingle. I haven't had it in years and thought why the hell not. Then made hubby make it. LOL

Tonight we are having beef stew.

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