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Another Pre-Thanksgiving Dinner

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Unread 11-22-2010, 06:58 PM
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Another Pre-Thanksgiving Dinner

Well, it was the week before thanksgiving and it appeared that I would be home alone this night and could fix whatever my heart desired.

I took out a package of elk stew meat and thawed it out and put it in the slow cooker with two tablespoons or so of paprika, a can of tomatoes some mushrooms a large onion and salt and pepper. About a couple of hours later I spied the left over mashed potatoes in the refrigerator and said "why not, it's just me to eat it."

I was going to put the goulash over noodles but then considered I had some stale leftover biscuits that were on the verge of growing mold and said " why not, its just me to eat it"

So that is how the "Hungarian elk Alabama Washington DC goulash" got made .
Can't say it was the best thing I ever made and ate but I am full and got my protein and vegetables for the day. I will say that it certainly helps to have a large glass of cheap wine before hand.

The Smokin Fur Rifle Club
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Unread 11-23-2010, 09:19 PM
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Re: Another Pre-Thanksgiving Dinner

Good Job! Eat well & Happy Thanksgiving. Bill Maylor..
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