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    Quote Originally Posted by countryboy View Post
    Yep, Cracker Barrel is good too.
    Thats racist!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lummy View Post
    Bob Evans (restaurant) biscuits smothered in sausage gravy is to die for. If you eat enough of it, you just might. It's delicious. The only reason I don't eat a lot of it is because Bob Evans is always crowded.

    I buy BE sausage gravy at the store.
    I have never eaten at a Bob Evans. I assume its much like Cracker Barrel which is always a crowded hassle too. I may try some of the Bob Evans stuff at the grocery store and see how it pans out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cotton1 View Post
    Thats racist!
    Sh'up cracka.

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    Quote Originally Posted by countryboy View Post
    Sh'up cracka.
    Not much. Jest tryin' to figger out how to put on a pair of shoes like dim city folk do if'n I decide to go to meetin' on Sunday .
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    When I was little I wasnt big enough for feild work but grandma too me with her for gathering eggs and milking cows and let me watch in the kitchen so i got a intrest in it.
    When we had deer roasts or pig roasts rabbit grouse phesent duck or fish the men did all the meat cooking .
    So i learned to cook a lot of old fashionwd things .
    Only thing I can tell you is pick up a cook book and learn usually nothing we make is fancy and often i use cheap cuts of meat . cook bones to flavor broths .

    Just some spiced cabbage fried or boiled or greens with oil and viniger can be good if fixed right and served with the right food then leftovers used to add to a soup with a bag of frozen soup blend maybe so squash cut up fine a bit of tomato sause with what ever meat you got on hand.plain old country food.
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    @Cotton 1, made this very easy recipe tonight. Tweaked it a bit because we didn't have all the ingredients handy, but man is it good. https://www.allrecipes.com/recipe/14...tti-casserole/

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    Quote Originally Posted by countryboy View Post
    @Cotton 1, made this very easy recipe tonight. Tweaked it a bit because we didn't have all the ingredients handy, but man is it good. https://www.allrecipes.com/recipe/14...tti-casserole/
    Thank you, looks easy enough. I am planning a grocery store trip tomorrow. Ill put what I need on the list!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cotton1 View Post
    Thank you, looks easy enough. I am planning a grocery store trip tomorrow. Ill put what I need on the list!
    We used elbows because we have a $#@!load of them, but I think they worked better than rotini would've. Stocked up at Dollar General when the pandemic hit, lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bulletbob View Post
    When I was little I wasnt big enough for feild work but grandma too me with her for gathering eggs and milking cows and let me watch in the kitchen so i got a intrest in it.
    When we had deer roasts or pig roasts rabbit grouse phesent duck or fish the men did all the meat cooking .
    So i learned to cook a lot of old fashionwd things .
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    Just some spiced cabbage fried or boiled or greens with oil and viniger can be good if fixed right and served with the right food then leftovers used to add to a soup with a bag of frozen soup blend maybe so squash cut up fine a bit of tomato sause with what ever meat you got on hand.plain old country food.
    You've inspired me. I haven't sauteed cabbage before and really want to try it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by countryboy View Post
    @Cotton 1, made this very easy recipe tonight. Tweaked it a bit because we didn't have all the ingredients handy, but man is it good. https://www.allrecipes.com/recipe/14...tti-casserole/
    It sounds really good.

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