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Old 03-02-2014, 07:26 PM   #31
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Outstanding as always Jeanie. I do the cuc salad on the regular. My fave salad, bar none!
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Looks great!
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Pork chops just went on the menu next week!
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Thanks for the recipe. Very nice cook for sure!!!
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Thank you USMC, Matt and jsperk!

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What an excellent looking pork chop plate and salad, looks mouth watering!
Marty thanks!! Love the Tatonka Dust. I know I keep telling you that but it's true. lol Had some on popcorn last night.

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Outstanding as always Jeanie. I do the cuc salad on the regular. My fave salad, bar none!
Thank you ssv! I hope to make them often!

DerHusker and Ryan, thanks!

Neil, thanks and you're welcome!
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Once again, I am jealous and inspired. I am stealing that collard green recipe!!
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TASTEE lookin vittles there Miss Jeanie.
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Looks absolutely delicious.
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Where the fark are you getting green tomatoes this time of year? Did you can or pickle them? Greens and fried green tomatoes, yum! All my green's went into huge pickling jars. Chopped up they are awesome as a relish. Super tangy. I kinda want to try to fry a pickled one now.
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Thank you Dadeo and Hoss!

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Tony thank you! Also thank you for the kind comments on my lasagna and salmon threads too.

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Where the fark are you getting green tomatoes this time of year? Did you can or pickle them? Greens and fried green tomatoes, yum! All my green's went into huge pickling jars. Chopped up they are awesome as a relish. Super tangy. I kinda want to try to fry a pickled one now.
I can green tomatoes in the fall for frying during winter. They are not pickled. http://cowgirlscountry.blogspot.com/...or-frying.html

...also can twangy green tomato dill pickles,...Fried green tomato pickles are great!! Will make your eyelids sweat. http://cowgirlscountry.blogspot.com/...o-pickles.html
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