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    Labor day fare

    Going southern traditional. Big Green Egg apple wood smoked St Louis style ribs, homemade baked beans covered in bacon, homemade potato salad, deviled eggs, cucumber and tomato salad and rolls. Looking forward to it later.
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    Bacon & eggs this morning as usual, a pepperoni hot pocket for lunch...I'll decide supper when it's time......Ben
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    Sausa Rosa with noodles and french bread dipped in olive oil and garlic..... simple since I'm flying solo tonight.
    Last edited by Phillbo; 09-07-2020 at 06:45 PM.

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    Thin sliced teriyaki marinated pork loin sauteed with diced habaneros over a chopped green salad with light balsamic dressing.
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    I decided on hamburger hash......Ben
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    Quote Originally Posted by Truckman View Post
    I decided on hamburger hash......Ben
    Sounds good to me
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    Quote Originally Posted by Phillbo View Post
    Sausa Rosa with noodles and french bread dipped in olive oil and garlic..... simple since I'm flying solo tonight.
    Iím guessing there was a misspelling of ďsalsa rosa,Ē Iíd never heard of either. Looking it up, I came up with recipes for a creamy sauce with a bit of kick. Interesting...
    Is that correct, Phil?
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    It's a bastardized version or a Rosa Vodka sauce that I pull together.... I don't typically follow receipts. Especially when I'm not motivated to go to the grocery and trying to make do with what I have in the pantry. I also don't worry about how it will turn out when only cooking for myself (my opportunity to experiment). This batch was good but a little too much garlic...

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