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Thread: To Hot to Cook????? So now what???

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    To Hot to Cook????? So now what ???

    Humm, wonder if hubby will take me out for supper, to hot to cook in house

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    Dinner out sounds great!

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    Dinner out would be my 1st, 2nd, and 3rd choices...lol...then next in line would be to call for home delivery, and finally, you could decide to have your hubby fix dinner(but in my case, that wouldn't be an option...my husband doesn't even use the microwave!!!) Naomi
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    Toaster oven or mircowave, baby. Love those pre-cooked meats and steam veggies. Ice cream malts for supper. Fun times in the quilting room for sure now I am off kitchen duty. Snacks? Canned or frozen friut. Ice Cream for dessert. Farm eggs or french toast or waffles for breakfast. Run the dish washer every other day. Modern women have it made in the shade!!!

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    I use the crockpot a lot in the summer and plan to use the food for two meals.

    tonight we are having fried hominy, eggs, bacon and biscuits. The oven will be hot for 20 minutes but the dinner is very fast.

    Fried hominy Cherokee style:

    6 pieces bacon, fried, save the grease
    2 cans hominy including the juice
    fry the hominy in the bacon grease, sprinkle with as much black pepper as you can tolerate, crumble the bacon on top, Yummy!

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    I make lots of meals and freeze them in individual babies...tonight its gonna be a grilling night...chicken for me...ribeye for my wife a nice salad and a big glass of iced tea

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    Chef Salad and Ice Tea.
    Outside in the shade.
    Ahhh!

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    DH made hamburgers on the grill! They sure were good.

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    Delivery is my choice - not only does the kitchen not heat up, but I don't, either, because I don't have to go outside!

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    We just got back from Denny's! Too hot to cook!

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