Cowboy Salt Pepper

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Cowboy Salt pepper

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What are some good ideas "couple of days, Buddy?

Buddy even days is a day in my school in which two people dress as a couple of articles or something. For example: Salt and pepper, cowboys and Indians, and about a matter of two, milk and cookies. A person could be salt, pepper others. Any good ideas?

Yes, Minnie and Mickey would be so nice. 🙂

Busy life! Are not we all busy, busy, busy? Remove from slow cooker and where you can make food tasty and cheap for their family and reduce your kitchen too long. For these recipes, all you have to do is add a salad, maybe a little bread, and you dinner. Dessert can be complicated or as simple as sugar cookies or a bowl of ice cream without sugar.

Roast pork with onions and apples Land

This recipe requires 4 quarters Slowcooker for best results.

About 3 pounds boneless roast pork loin fat trim

1 clove garlic, sliced

5 medium potatoes, washed, diced, unpeeled

1 large onion, sliced

3 / 4 cup water (or tomato juice if desired)

1 tablespoon soy sauce, low sodium

1 tablespoon cornstarch

1 tablespoon cold water

Make cuts on the insertion of the meat in garlic slices. Place the roast on the grill to brown. Place potatoes in slow cooker. Add 1 / 2 slices of onion. Place roast on vegetables and cover with remaining onions. Mix water or juice with soy sauce and pour over roast. Put the lid on Slowcooker and simmer about 8 hours. At serving time, remove dishes of grilled vegetables. Combine cornstarch and cold water. Add to liquid in slow cooker. Turn up what haute cuisine liquid thickens. Chop the meat and serve thickened liquid over meat and vegetables.

This recipe has a few more grams of protein that carbohydrates if it is good for diabetics who want to enjoy good times "meat and potatoes."


1 medium onion, chopped

1 1 / 4 lbs 90% ground beef

6 medium potatoes, unpeeled, sliced

1 clove garlic minced

16 oz beans

15 oz can of diced tomatoes

2 tablespoons flour

1 / 4 c. Tea salt

1 black / 4 c. Tea pepper

In a heavy skillet over medium-high, Brown ground beef, rinse with water hot and dry. Mix flour, diced tomatoes, stir until flour is smooth.

Layer in casserole in order following: onion, beef, potatoes, garlic and beans. Pour tomatoes over all and season with salt and pepper. Cover and simmer 5 to 6 hours or until potatoes are tender.


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