Sunday, May 15, 2011

Flies for Dinner.



Porkchops

Rhubarb sauce 
(rhubarb, red onions, red wine)

Cole slaw 
(Cabbage, carrots, apple cider vinegar, olive oil, honey, parsley, caraway seeds, salt & pepper)
Oven baked potatoes




My cooking, and my flies got the good recipe nod!

12 comments:

  1. The Christmas Jumper strikes again! Ahahahaha

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  2. Save the Christmas Jumper!!
    Pa

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  3. "Save the Christmas Jumper" -- it's deadly on Bluegill! (don't tell mom!)

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  4. Can't wait to try them on the high lakes! From your TOTALLY awesome canoe!

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  5. An interesting dish.

    Looks good.

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  6. Cannot say that rhubarb sauce is a 'classic' but it sounds very interesting

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  7. The 'classic' will always be apples...no doubt!

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  8. Oh dear, i fear my post has been misinterpreted, it really was not meant to be derogatory in any shape or form............. my apologies if it has been read that way.

    Tom

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  9. Oh no...no misinterpretation at all! "Porkchops and Applesauce" will always be the classic...made famous by that Brady Bunch episode, eh? ;) No worries at all, my friend!

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  10. I bet the tart rhubarb sauce was a nice compliment to the pork, but yes we will always think of Peter saying, "porkchops and applesauce".
    Or Grandpa Leistner frying porkchops soaked in Black Cherry soda.

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  11. What a great combo! Going to make good use of my rhubarb plants tonight.

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  12. sgb - Grandpa Leistner did the strangest things with food...but I think I'll have to try the Black Cherry Soda thing!

    Hart - Ah! I used rhubarb because of a certain someone's stories about YOUR rhubarb plants! :)

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