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    Default Mrs Paws Dinner Menu 12/30/12 - 1/5/13

    Sunday
    Sub sandwiches
    chips

    Monday
    grilled Dales marinated Ribs
    loaded baked potatoes
    grilled veggies
    grilled pineapple
    rolls

    Tuesday
    Hog Jowl
    black eyed peas
    turnip greens
    herb roasted potato wedges
    cheese rolls

    Wednesday-planned overs
    Hopping John
    potato salad
    l/o turnip greens
    l/o rolls

    Thursday
    Hamburger helper
    sweet potatoes
    corn
    steamed broccoli
    garlic toast

    Friday
    baked pork chops
    noodles alfrado
    asparagus
    salad

    Saturday
    Baked chicken fingers
    baked sweet potato fries
    slaw

    french style green beans
    biscuits

    Desserts and Snacks
    carrots
    stuffed celery
    pineapple
    avocado dip
    salsa and chips
    grilled pineapple
    yogurt
    broccoli and cauliflower with veggie dip
    apple butter turnovers
    cheese crackers
    german choc cake
    muffins
    sugar cookies

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    Default Re: Mrs Paws Dinner Menu 12/30/12 - 1/5/13

    Mrs. Paws, Do you cut your "Dales" with Lemon or Lime Juice before you marinate? I made the mistake of loading it onto pork chops one day and it set for several HOURS while we got carried away chatting in front of the fire and My Oh My, was that ever STRONG!

    We cut it now with half a fresh lemon or lime or sometimes a dash of White wine vinegar.
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    Default Re: Mrs Paws Dinner Menu 12/30/12 - 1/5/13

    I can't use the original Dales marinade. It's WAY too salty, but I love using the low sodium variety. It's thick and can be diluted with a little water to make it "just right" for my taste. I've never put lemon, lime, or vinegar in it...how does it change the flavor?

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    Default Re: Mrs Paws Dinner Menu 12/30/12 - 1/5/13

    Love the New Year's Day menu;-D

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    Default Re: Mrs Paws Dinner Menu 12/30/12 - 1/5/13

    And it's almost done...The smell of the hog jowl is making me so hungry. Gggrrrrrr....wish it would hurry up. :-/

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    Default Re: Mrs Paws Dinner Menu 12/30/12 - 1/5/13

    Quote Originally Posted by MrsPaws View Post
    I can't use the original Dales marinade. It's WAY too salty, but I love using the low sodium variety. It's thick and can be diluted with a little water to make it "just right" for my taste. I've never put lemon, lime, or vinegar in it...how does it change the flavor?
    It really cuts it well, I agree on the salt! We use a couple of TBS of Dales, juice of lime (or lemon), = amounts, and a dash of veggie oil. Marinate for 10-20 minutes at most, not long!

    It has good flavor, not too overpowering and not too salty, really really great on pork chops. It helps bring out the garlic"y" onion flavors of the dales.
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