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  • JayJay Senior Member Posts: 3,823 Senior Member
    Wanna sleep on the couch for a night?...

    Pick whatever kind of sausages or hot dogs you want and how many you want.  Pick a pot or pan with a lid that is the right diameter to cover the bottom with a single layer of sausages. Cover the sausages with sauerkraut, put a lid on it and let it cook on low until the sausages are cooked and **** is tender. At the same time, nuke a can of pork and beans.  Put sausages on your plate, cover with **** and then pour beans over the top.

    Guaranteed to get you kicked out of bed. Or wherever you happen to be when it kicks in..  
  • JayJay Senior Member Posts: 3,823 Senior Member
    FWIW, I came up with that one as a joke based on a Blazing Saddles theme.. 
  • 2Aman2Aman Member Posts: 332 Member
    Ha! My grandma would laugh so hard at that farting campfire scene she would wet herself😂
  • bhl2506bhl2506 Senior Member Posts: 1,923 Senior Member
    Not a meal but a really good snack guaranteed to get you kicked out of the house. Hard boiled eggs, blue cheese and a few cold bottle of beer to wash it down.
    Refusing to conform to the left wing mantra of political correctness by insisting on telling the truth does not make you a loud mouth.
  • TugarTugar Senior Member Posts: 2,212 Senior Member
    Jay said:
    Wanna sleep on the couch for a night?...

    Pick whatever kind of sausages or hot dogs you want and how many you want.  Pick a pot or pan with a lid that is the right diameter to cover the bottom with a single layer of sausages. Cover the sausages with sauerkraut, put a lid on it and let it cook on low until the sausages are cooked and **** is tender. At the same time, nuke a can of pork and beans.  Put sausages on your plate, cover with **** and then pour beans over the top.

    Guaranteed to get you kicked out of bed. Or wherever you happen to be when it kicks in..  
    That made me think of something mom whipped up often. Take a pork roast. Jar or bag of **** (canned is terrible), stewed tomatoes, about 1/4 cup apple sauce, salt, pepper and a few bay leaves. 350° for 2 hours. Awesome and the leftover are great on hot dogs.
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  • JayJay Senior Member Posts: 3,823 Senior Member
    That sounds good.. I have a pork roast in the freezer.  This will be happening... Minus the apple sauce. I can't do that stuff. That's baby food.
  • jbp-ohiojbp-ohio Senior Member Posts: 10,138 Senior Member

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  • 2Aman2Aman Member Posts: 332 Member
    jbp-ohio said:

    Now somebody tells me, lol 
  • JayhawkerJayhawker Moderator Posts: 16,849 Senior Member
    edited June 5 #70
    Wait...K R A U T is unacceptable? I call B.S.!
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  • tennmiketennmike Senior Member Posts: 27,337 Senior Member
    That Mexican food sounds good, but I can't eat it. Too spicy, and causes me some serious heartburn, ESPECIALLY if a lot of hot pepper is involved. Anyway, I like to actually taste the food, and lots of hot spices kind of kicks that in the head.
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  • JayhawkerJayhawker Moderator Posts: 16,849 Senior Member
    We have a Mexican Restaurant we like to visit when we're in the right part of the state...they make the most amazing Chile Verde...and they use it on everything...so when we're about 45 minutes out, I chew up about 4 antacids.....then I don't die from heartburn after we eat
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  • JustsomedudeJustsomedude Posts: 481 Member
    Just got back from getting lost out on the bike with a full tank of gas, walk in the house to the smell of chilli spaghetti. Now my wife's not exactly known for her cooking prowess, but damn I swear only she can make tasteless chilli spaghetti. 
  • sgtrock21sgtrock21 Senior Member Posts: 1,933 Senior Member
    2Aman said:
    Ha, yes. One yellow onion, a can of jalapeno ranch style beans over white rice. Its a bachelor staple. Cheap, easy and filling👍
    I love ranch style beans, although I prefer the original style.  I just don't care that much for jalapenos.

    Try frying some ground bratwurst and add to the mix for something a little different. That makes for one of my favorite camp fire meals.
    I prefer pinto beans. Jalapeno's no longer have much heat so I use Serrano's. Fine diced Armour Summer sausage or Spanish chorizo is good meat to add. 
  • sgtrock21sgtrock21 Senior Member Posts: 1,933 Senior Member
    3 over-easy eggs on top of a heaping mound of buttered grits. That's my usual Saturday morning reward for surviving another week on the job.

    Mike
    Love eggs and grits. My maternal Grandfather was born in Virginia in 1885 and raised in North Carolina. He could cook Southern! His breakfasts were incredible. He would regularly serve 5 or 6 of these amazing items. Eggs, biscuits and gravy, grits and gravy, shrimp and grits, crawdads and grits, fried catfish, chicken fried steak, pork chops, ham, bacon, sausage, home fried potatoes, French toast, waffles, pancakes, cornbread, and more. When I lived in Southern California during the mid 1970s. I loved telling this to the granola crunchers and later to the military fitness freaks. They usually said something like: "He must have died young". I would bow my head, shake it slowly from left to right and truthfully answer: Yeah. Killed him deader than s**t at 90.  

  • TugarTugar Senior Member Posts: 2,212 Senior Member
    edited June 6 #76
    Jay said:
    That sounds good.. I have a pork roast in the freezer.  This will be happening... Minus the apple sauce. I can't do that stuff. That's baby food.
    The applesauce counterbalances the sour and acid from the tomatotes and Sauerkraut. You don't notice it in the mix. 
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  • TugarTugar Senior Member Posts: 2,212 Senior Member
    edited June 6 #77
    Apparently the auto censor takes the abbr for Sauerkraut as a racial slur. Lol

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    Winston Churchill
  • JayhawkerJayhawker Moderator Posts: 16,849 Senior Member
    Tugar said:
    Apparently the auto censor takes the abbr for Sauerkraut as a racial slur. Lol

    Somebody should do something about that...
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  • knitepoetknitepoet Senior Member Posts: 20,967 Senior Member
    edited June 6 #79
    I only skimmed through all the posts, but didn't see friend bologna sandwiches Or as us southerners say "fried baloney sammiches"

    Ziegler (or Oscar Mayer) thick sliced bologna, with 4 cuts in it so it stays flat during cooking (Think maltese cross)  fried until it gets a brown crust on it. 2 slices per "sammich"  Toasted white bread, spicy mustard, and 2 kraft singles. One between the slices of bologna, one on top, and the mustard on the bottom.

    Cheese toast  or bacon cheese toast. One slice wheat bread, one Kraft single  and Crumbled Bacon bits for the bacon version.
    Either sprinkle some bacon bits on a slice of bread, or not, and then place 1 kraft single on the bread, place in oven with rack in the second from top position under the broiler, on high. leave oven door cracked and broil until you start hearing the brown crust on the cheese "crack".

    Remove from oven and enjoy with an ice cold glass of milk. (My FAVORITE late night snack)

    @Some_Mook I used to make something similar, but mine also included 1 pound of breakfast sausage, browned and broken up like ground beef. We used to call it "Cholesterol nightmare"
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  • Some_MookSome_Mook Posts: 310 Member
    Jayhawker said:
    Wait...K R A U T is unacceptable? I call B.S.!
    An experiment of terms frequently used to degrade a person, group or race:

    frog limey cracker hillbilly redneck canuck Hun slob cretin **** stupid dumb dumber Senate Congress Representative Governor Mayor official media reporter  
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  • Some_MookSome_Mook Posts: 310 Member
    Some_Mook said:
    Jayhawker said:
    Wait...K R A U T is unacceptable? I call B.S.!
    An experiment of terms frequently used to degrade a person, group or race:

    frog limey cracker hillbilly redneck canuck Hun slob cretin **** stupid dumb dumber Senate Congress Representative Governor Mayor official media reporter  
    OK, so if I attempted to answer an automotive question I may need to use the phrase "de-advance the timing" because the common term for setting the timing back is verboten
    "If there must be trouble, let it be in my day, that my child may have peace." - Thomas Paine
    "I know my place in the world and it ain’t standing next to Jerry Miculek" - Zee
  • bellcatbellcat Senior Member Posts: 1,808 Senior Member
    Black beans rolled up in a warm tortilla with sour cream.....many bachelor meals!
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  • JerryBobCoJerryBobCo Senior Member Posts: 7,811 Senior Member
    Speaking of cornbread (someone did mention it, as I recall), do you prefer yours with or without sugar?  For me and the missus, no sugar, please.
    Jerry

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  • knitepoetknitepoet Senior Member Posts: 20,967 Senior Member
    Sugar makes it a cornmeal cake  :s 

    Mine contains cornmeal, milk and eggs, plus oil in the HOT cast iron skillet
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  • bullsi1911bullsi1911 Moderator Posts: 11,071 Senior Member
    Just got back from getting lost out on the bike with a full tank of gas, walk in the house to the smell of chilli spaghetti. Now my wife's not exactly known for her cooking prowess, but damn I swear only she can make tasteless chilli spaghetti. 
    Cincinnati chili is a prime reason to hate Ohio
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  • MichakavMichakav Senior Member Posts: 2,675 Senior Member
    Just got back from getting lost out on the bike with a full tank of gas, walk in the house to the smell of chilli spaghetti. Now my wife's not exactly known for her cooking prowess, but damn I swear only she can make tasteless chilli spaghetti. 
    When I first met my wife, she invited me over for some chili. When I saw it I said "I thought we were having chili". She said "we are". There was no chili powder or cumin, onions or bell peppers, very little salt and no pepper. It was bland bean soup. She learned from her mother, who still makes it that way. I politely decline. My wife has been taught the correct way now.
  • MichakavMichakav Senior Member Posts: 2,675 Senior Member
    edited June 6 #87
    Velveeta (generic brand of course) and lunch ham rolled up in a flour tortilla and nuked for 40 sec. I have eaten hundreds of those. 
  • TugarTugar Senior Member Posts: 2,212 Senior Member
    Does Velveeta fudge count? I am not a fudge fan but that was really good. Just too many carbs to go near now.
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    Winston Churchill
  • tennmiketennmike Senior Member Posts: 27,337 Senior Member
    Speaking of cornbread (someone did mention it, as I recall), do you prefer yours with or without sugar?  For me and the missus, no sugar, please.
    When I was growing up, cornbread muffins with sugar were a dessert item. Cornbread without sugar was for the main meal.  :)
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  • Some_MookSome_Mook Posts: 310 Member
    Michakav said:
    Velveeta (generic brand of course) and lunch ham rolled up in a flour tortilla and nuked for 40 sec. I have eaten hundreds of those. 
    Lay it open face and you only have to nuke it for 30 seconds unless the cheese is sliced really thick.  Fold it in half and it's a ham taco.  Lunch and dinner for me when the wife is away.  Pretty good with swiss instead of the velveeta also.  If I really want to get fancy I fold it around a bread & butter pickle spear.

    Butter a flour tortilla, sprinkle it with a little garlic powder and a little garlic salt, add some grated Parmesan and nuke it until the butter melts, then roll it up and you have something that can kinda sorta pass for garlic bread on the cheap
    "If there must be trouble, let it be in my day, that my child may have peace." - Thomas Paine
    "I know my place in the world and it ain’t standing next to Jerry Miculek" - Zee
  • Some_MookSome_Mook Posts: 310 Member
    Back when I was still drinking I'd get a 30 pack of PBR or Milwaukee's Best (the beauty of the 30 pack is you can pick it up after work and when you get home you still have a case left)

    Open a can of Campbell's Pork & Beans (a steal at $0.35 cents a can) and eat the beans cold out of the can to go with your beer. White Trash cooking at it's finest. 
    "If there must be trouble, let it be in my day, that my child may have peace." - Thomas Paine
    "I know my place in the world and it ain’t standing next to Jerry Miculek" - Zee
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