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    Pork butt for our Christmas Eve meal today. 225 degrees for 12 hours. Mmmmmmm...


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    I never cares for butt. So it doesn't look good to me. We had Chicken fried chicken with Rainbow Routini Salad, Dinner roll and drink.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nikos View Post
    I never cares for butt. So it doesn't look good to me. We had Chicken fried chicken with Rainbow Routini Salad, Dinner roll and drink.
    Well it's not actually the real butt. Not sure why they call it that, but it's actually the shoulder.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fuego View Post
    Well it's not actually the real butt. Not sure why they call it that, but it's actually the shoulder.
    Maybe because it looks like a butt?
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    Cool

    I invited my prayer groups over for a prayer dinner at my place Friday. I served collard greens with kale and turkey meat, cornbread, oven fried chicken, dressing, Caesar salad, beef burnt ends, and Barbeque ribs.

    For dessert, egg nog pie, cake with various berries on top (from Whole Foods), and sandwich cookies, also from WF.

    About the cornbread. There's a restaurant in Branson called McFarlain's that I eat at every time I'm there, which is at least once a year. They serve cornbread which is some of the best I've ever tasted. It's so delicious and popular, they package it and sell it to their customers. I bought a bag while there for the Prayer Assembly in the Ozarks back in October and served it Friday. It was gone in a flash!
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    Not much at all. My apetite seem to have gone lost.

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    Quote Originally Posted by peace View Post
    Not much at all. My apetite seem to have gone lost.
    Oh no. You need to eat ! Try going for long walks then eat after.

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    Leftover Black-eyed Peas, Stewed Tomatoes and BBQ Chicken

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    Quote Originally Posted by Romans828 View Post
    Leftover Black-eyed Peas, Stewed Tomatoes and BBQ Chicken
    I love stewed tomatoes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Valiant Woman View Post
    Maybe because it looks like a butt?
    Well my pic actually does for sure. lol.

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