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Old 07-14-2008, 12:16 PM
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Venison Shoulder Roast

Thyme
Salt
Pepper
Garlic
Red wine
Sherry vinegar
Olive oil

I made a marinade with the above ingredients. I marinated the shoulder for 24 hours in the refrigerator, then let it sit out 2 hours before cooking it. We have a Big Green Egg (grill). I cooked the shoulder at 700 degrees on each side for 90 seconds, then removed the meat and reduced the temperature to 250 degrees and cooked the shoulder for an additional 3 hours. I also fried some green beans (in olive oil), grilled some squash, had cucumbers in vinegar, made a salad, and cooked some penne pasta. Oh, and a bowl of cherries for dessert. Very tasty.
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Spinach & Bacon Quiche

3/4 cup shredded muenster cheese
1/2 cup heavy cream
2 tbsp sour cream
1/4 cup shredded cheddar cheese
1/2 of small frozen package of chopped spinach
5 eggs
1/8 cup finely chopped onions
1/8 cup finely chopped mushrooms
2 slices bacon
Pie crust (optional)

Fry bacon. Sautee onions and mushrooms in bacon grease or olive oil. Thaw spinach and drain. Beat eggs. Cut bacon into very small pieces. Mix all ingredients together except for cheddar. Put in greased baking dish or pie pan with crust. Cover with cheddar cheese. Bake at 350 for 35 minutes.

I eat one serving and then freeze the rest. They reheat very well in the oven or microwave. It's a great dish to take to work.

Makes four servings. Each serving contains approximately (without crust):
Calories - 328
Protein - 18g
Carbohydrates - 2.5g
Fat- 27g
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i use to live in the very southern tip of illinois for a while and i never really liked iced tea and had never heard of okra until i moved down there. but know i drink tea all the time and i miss having that fried okra every sunday after church...man it was so delicious.
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I never liked okra till I spent some time down south, but your right it works with a lot of foods. The only way I dont like it is boiled ... it gest slimy and the texture puts me off ... I love it fried, but you cant have that too often.

good idea on the food journal ross ...
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Chicken & Broccoli & Rice
1 box of Uncle Ben's Chicken & Broccoli flavored rice
1 pack of chicken tenderloins

Combine and cook in rice cooker or crock pot for 30 minutes. Top with cheddar for extra calories.

I'm working on a similar low fat, low sodium, low GI recipe with natural ingredients. I'll post that up when I get it down. It will have brown rice, fresh broccoli, lean chicken, etc.
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great recipes, thanks for the paella recipe
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