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Exercise: what should I cook for dinner from my food storage preps?

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With the cold and rain, I would go for a nice thick stew or soup, to either serve over rice or make bread or flat bread to dip in it.

 For desert, rehydrate some fruit, stir some flour/milk/baking powder to make cobbler topping, or just crumble topping ( rolled oats,a bit of flour, some oil and sugar)

Split pea with a nice bread sounds awesome.

David in MN:

--- Quote from: Smurf Hunter on April 06, 2018, 10:12:41 AM ---I saved the ham bone with a good amount of meat from the inlaws easter dinner.  It's in the freezer.  That could be a base for split pea soup!
Pair that with some crusty bread...

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One of our favorites. I keep ham hocks in the freezer and (like any good cook) have the onions, celery, and carrots always on hand.

Well a quick look at the canning jars shows a jar of beef roast ,a jar of carrots ,a jar of onions , ajar of potatoes and a jar of celery. So do we do a nice beef roast or beef stew? Of course I could just take down some of the homemade pastrami that's hanging. Slice some off, steam it and do sandwiches .


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