What's for dinner?

luvmygdaughters

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Well, THAT was a waste of time and a nice rack of ribs. Scratch that recipe. And the store-bought macaroni and potato salads were equally disappointing.
Where did you get the salads from? Its so hard to find a good potato salad or mac salad from a grocery store. I do like McKays potato and egg salad. The best, next to my mothers, was the old Mattinglys grocery store, where Salsas's and Leonardtown Grille are now.
 

Sneakers

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Where did you get the salads from?
Giant. I was there, it was a last second decision, I've had their salads before and they were ok, so I took a chance. The mac salad was "flour-y", like raw flour was mixed in. Pasta wasn't creamy and smooth. Taste was barely passable. Not that it should make a difference, but I got pre-packaged containers. It's the same stuff as in the trays that come from the gallon tubs.

I usually make my own, I will next time.
 

PrchJrkr

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Where did you get the salads from? Its so hard to find a good potato salad or mac salad from a grocery store. I do like McKays potato and egg salad. The best, next to my mothers, was the old Mattinglys grocery store, where Salsas's and Leonardtown Grille are now.
The ladies in the deli used to treat us stock clerk/bag boys to some great meals at Mattingly's. The salads were good, but Bernice's spare ribs were to die for. My health conscious brother used to shake his head and say, "Sugar and fat". :lol:
 

mitzi

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Where did you get the salads from? Its so hard to find a good potato salad or mac salad from a grocery store. I do like McKays potato and egg salad. The best, next to my mothers, was the old Mattinglys grocery store, where Salsas's and Leonardtown Grille are now.
Yes! You have to sure to get the kind that's made at the store. Their potato salad, macaroni salad and cole slaw is excellent.
 

Sneakers

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Pot roast with veggies. Wanted something to go with it, decided to break out the bread maker and make some cheddar cheese bread. Calls for buttermilk. Had to hit 3 stores before I found some in WallyMart. So those are cooking away now. Good news... while looking for my bread recipe, I found a stack of my mom's recipes, including her onion dill rye bread (traditional, not for a bread machine). When I get motivated I'll see if I can re-create it.
 

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:coughcoughcough:

Went up to the kitchen to find it enveloped in smoke. The bread overflowed and hit the heater coil. The whole house smells like burnt cheese. Looking more closely, it appears a recipe for a 1.5 pound bread will not work in a bread maker designed for 1 pound loaves.
 

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It's this Mexican soup with noodles and white beans and ground beef in a spicy tomato broth. OMG so good!
 
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