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  1. My step-daughter had a billy goat for a couple of years. He was a pill....and he didn't smell too good, but she sure loved him!
  2. Did you enjoy the goat? I've never eaten it, either.
  3. Shelby

    New house, new kitchen

    Oh Kay it's STUNNING!!!! You will have such fun putzing around in there. I just LOVE it!
  4. Shelby

    Dinner 2019

    Sure! I used frozen peas that I ran under water in a strainer. I don't care for canned peas......I suppose you could use them, but I'd think they would be too mushy. After peas were thawed, I threw them in the bowl with small cubes of sharp cheddar cheese, mayo, a pinch of sugar, a splash of vinegar, salt and pepper, thinly sliced or chopped white onion (I like red better, but I didn't have any so white onion had to do). And that's it! I was too lazy that night, but adding diced hard boiled eggs and bacon is really good in there too.
  5. Shelby

    Dinner 2019

    Thanks so much! And thank you so much too! That makes me feel a bit better. You are an experienced baker! I have one of those tube pans...maybe I should retire the bundt pan for good. I'm not sure that I've ever had success getting a cake out in one piece!
  6. Shelby

    Dinner 2019

    I NEED one of these egg plates. Do you remember where it's from? Have I asked you this before? I unearthed some tuna steaks during the great freezer clean out...a bit past their prime, but decent enough with a little sauce made from jalapeño, soy, lime, ginger, a pinch of sugar and a bit of oil. Sweet and sour tofu and egg rolls to go with. Ronnie found a 4 lb prime rib for a decent price, so that was Easter dinner last night. Done in the CSO at 200F until it hit 125F in the center (about 2 hours). Then rested for about 30 mins and after that put in on broil at 500F for 10 minutes. See? I need an egg plate. Pickled stuff Pea salad Wish I'd had some asparagus from the garden, but not enough yet. So, lettuce salad had to suffice. Annnnnnnd this is why I'm not a baker. I wanted pound cake to go with strawberries and whipped cream for dessert. First of all, maybe this recipe is for a different kind of pound cake than I'm used to, but it was more like yellow cake. It tasted good, just not like the pound cake I was thinking of. Second of all, even with all of my buttering and flouring of the bundt cake pan, this happened: Oh well, still was a good dessert
  7. Shelby

    Ice Cream!

    I don't know that you're looking for different ice cream recipes, but I thought I'd share this one: Buttered Popcorn Ice Cream My mom introduced me to it and it's a big time favorite of ours. I've never tried it with the Cracker Jacks.
  8. No one knows for sure Last but not least (the second one had me stumped for a minute)
  9. Good to know you guys are ok! So very sad and scary.
  10. Watching the horrible news this morning and I immediately thought of this travel blog. I hope all EG friends are safe.
  11. Yes. Peeled and wrapped in saran wrap. I honestly was going to try @Smithy's deep fried avocados but life got in the way.
  12. Shelby

    Dinner 2019

    After the freezer thaw debacle, I once again thanked the person that invented sous vide for home use and the person that got me started doing it. I was so tired so I threw some beef steaks in the water bath. Saved me from a lot of cooking and I don't think I could have fit them in the downstairs freezer lol. Next night was oysters and fried shrimp and frog legs Last night I couldn't resist picking the 8 spears of asparagus that were up in the garden....not enough as a veggie side so I blanched them and threw them into the marinated mushroom jar for a few hours. Venison meatballs and spaghetti to go with.
  13. So the bottom of the cup would stick out of the hole underneath? (why am I getting myself involved in this 🤣)