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Dinner tonight #7116548
03/19/18 09:36 PM
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Leftovers.



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Love leftovers.

Do you heat them Bill? I enjoy mine cold straight out of the fridge, I find microwaving or even reheating in an oven etc can give it a funny texture or dry it out too much.


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Two minutes in the microwave for me.


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I hate peas.



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Originally Posted By: bigbob_ftw
I hate peas.


I've been waiting for this. I do not argue taste, but try them my way. Drain the can, add butter, bullion, and minced onions. Carrots take on several different flavors and so will the peas.


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Originally Posted By: bill oxner
Originally Posted By: bigbob_ftw
I hate peas.


I've been waiting for this. I do not argue taste, but try them my way. Drain the can, add butter, bullion, and minced onions. Carrots take on several different flavors and so will the peas.


I can eat them, but I don't seek them out. Would rather have brussle sprouts.



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I hate peas too! Then again, I hate almost every vegetable with the exception of salad stuff. The meat loaf and Mac and cheese looks great.

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Meatloaf. sick

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Love meatloaf and peas. Mac & cheese out of a box is ok.


Tonight was NY strip skillet seared and roasted red potatoes.
I believe it was the rarest steak I've eaten yet and it was delicious.


It's nights like these that make me sleep all day

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Leftover meatloaf is Great! and that plate of food is fit for a king. I love peas the way my cajun Mother cooks them, We call them roux peas. The grandkids make her cook a big pot so they can carry cool whip containers full home.

Tonight my Daughter and I ate at our local JB's Hot Link restaurant. It was really good.

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Our leftover meatloaf usually goes cold on a sandwich..........

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I love meatloaf sandwiches.


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Looks good minus the peas and carrots.

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Originally Posted By: CassCounty
Leftover meatloaf is Great! and that plate of food is fit for a king. I love peas the way my cajun Mother cooks them, We call them roux peas. The grandkids make her cook a big pot so they can carry cool whip containers full home.

Tonight my Daughter and I ate at our local JB's Hot Link restaurant. It was really good.


Tell me about these roux peas..... food

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Looks real good Bill, but that is a mighty Big Serving don't you think laugh bolt

BTW I like peas up


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Try a can of LeSueur "Very young small" peas. You can get them plain or with mushrooms and pearl onions. Don't drain them, just pour them into a sauce pan, add a pat of butter an a dash of salt and pepper, and heat up. They're totally different from the big, ugly, foul tasting, bright green peas,and taste great.

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Originally Posted By: retfuz
Try a can of LeSueur "Very young small" peas. You can get them plain or with mushrooms and pearl onions. Don't drain them, just pour them into a sauce pan, add a pat of butter an a dash of salt and pepper, and heat up. They're totally different from the big, ugly, foul tasting, bright green peas,and taste great.


This is what we eat.......Um good.

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Originally Posted By: skinnerback
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Leftover meatloaf is Great! and that plate of food is fit for a king. I love peas the way my cajun Mother cooks them, We call them roux peas. The grandkids make her cook a big pot so they can carry cool whip containers full home.

Tonight my Daughter and I ate at our local JB's Hot Link restaurant. It was really good.


Tell me about these roux peas..... food

1/2 cup oil
1/4 cup flour
1/2 cup finely chopped onions
1/4 cup finely chopped bell pepper
1/4 cup chopped green onions, whites and green tops
1 clove garlic finely chopped
1 tsp chopped parsely
1 tsp black pepper
1 tsp cajun seasoning
1/2 tsp paprika
3 cans Le Seuer petit pois peas
2 tsp sugar

Make a copper penny colored roux using the oil and flour. Add all vegetables except garlic and cook until very, very tender. Add garlic and seasonings when vegetables are almost finished cooking. Open cans of peas and pour one can of the juice from peas in a container to save in case needed. Pour all three cans of peas including the juice from the two cans in the pot with roux and vegetables. Cook on Medium/low for 30 minutes, then add 2 tsps sugar and stir. Cook until thickness you desire/stew consistency. Delicious!!!

This version is our favorite that has been handed down.

Some cajuns serve over rice. Some add sausage or tasso. Some use bacon grease to make roux.

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Leftover meatloaf is Great! and that plate of food is fit for a king. I love peas the way my cajun Mother cooks them, We call them roux peas. The grandkids make her cook a big pot so they can carry cool whip containers full home.

Tonight my Daughter and I ate at our local JB's Hot Link restaurant. It was really good.


Tell me about these roux peas..... food

1/2 cup oil
1/4 cup flour
1/2 cup finely chopped onions
1/4 cup finely chopped bell pepper
1/4 cup chopped green onions, whites and green tops
1 clove garlic finely chopped
1 tsp chopped parsely
1 tsp black pepper
1 tsp cajun seasoning
1/2 tsp paprika
3 cans Le Seuer petit pois peas
2 tsp sugar

Make a copper penny colored roux using the oil and flour. Add all vegetables except garlic and cook until very, very tender. Add garlic and seasonings when vegetables are almost finished cooking. Open cans of peas and pour one can of the juice from peas in a container to save in case needed. Pour all three cans of peas including the juice from the two cans in the pot with roux and vegetables. Cook on Medium/low for 30 minutes, then add 2 tsps sugar and stir. Cook until thickness you desire/stew consistency. Delicious!!!

This version is our favorite that has been handed down.

Some cajuns serve over rice. Some add sausage or tasso. Some use bacon grease to make roux.


Thank you for sharing! I appreciate it. Gonna try these next week.

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