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    Quote Originally Posted by Romans828 View Post
    I know many people like crackers, biscuits or cornbread with their Chili - and many put shredded cheese, and sour cream on top too, but I just eat mine straight - Nothing else added.

    Although, sometimes I'll have a couple slices of Garlic Toast with it.
    I don't like crackers unless they're Ritz, but all of the above, and garlic toast is delicious with almost anything.

    If it's really good chili, cornbread is all that's needed.
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    I don't like crackers unless they're Ritz, but all of the above, and garlic toast is delicious with almost anything.

    If it's really good chili, cornbread is all that's needed.
    Speaking of cornbread, I love cornbread, meatloaf and mashed potatoes together.

    When I was a kid daddy used to eat cornbread and buttermilk a lot. Break the cornbread up in a glass and pour the buttermilk over it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fuego View Post
    Speaking of cornbread, I love cornbread, meatloaf and mashed potatoes together.

    When I was a kid daddy used to eat cornbread and buttermilk a lot. Break the cornbread up in a glass and pour the buttermilk over it.
    I dated a guy that ate it just like that. Only he broke it up in a bowl and poured the buttermilk over it, eating it like cereal.

    The Cracker Barrel at Tulsa Hills (one of the better CB's), has a tasty meatloaf dinner and I usually have it with cornbread, mashed potatoes, and turnip greens.
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    I dated a guy that ate it just like that. Only he broke it up in a bowl and poured the buttermilk over it, eating it like cereal.

    The Cracker Barrel at Tulsa Hills (one of the better CB's), has a tasty meatloaf dinner and I usually have it with cornbread, mashed potatoes, and turnip greens.
    Oh yeah. I get the meatloaf lunch special there a lot. You can get it any day of the week and it's just $5 and change. I get it with mashed potatoes sometimes, a salad other times, and pinto beans and cornbread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fuego View Post
    Oh yeah. I get the meatloaf lunch special there a lot. You can get it any day of the week and it's just $5 and change. I get it with mashed potatoes sometimes, a salad other times, and pinto beans and cornbread.
    Yeah, their pinto beans are real tasty, and so is their cornbread.

    I've eaten at several CBs in the South & Midwest. The best ones are mostly in the South, but my favorites are in Rockford, IL, and Memphis, TN. I guess they search for and hire real Southern cooks.

    But the one in Belleville, Michigan is junk. Ugh! How they can mess up good food is a mystery.
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    Monday I made a 5 days of Jar Salads for 2. Then in the evening made a simple low carb meal..I did try a new recipe this week...cauliflower bread sticks...they are good although the cauliflower tends to overpower the cheese...still good though because we like cauliflower...tonight is tuna salad and those bread sticks...If you have not tried jar salads I would advise them...they have stayed fresh up to 7 days and probably beyond but the longest we kept one was 7.
    Secondly it's great knowing you pave a great healthy meal already prepared for each day...thirdly it removes temptation that often accompanies cravings and asking yourself, What do I want today....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Valiant Woman View Post
    I don't like crackers unless they're Ritz, but all of the above, and garlic toast is delicious with almost anything.

    If it's really good chili, cornbread is all that's needed.
    I like chili over rice...grew up when money was scarce and rice could make a little go a long way...still love rice though I rarely eat it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Valiant Woman View Post
    Yeah, their pinto beans are real tasty, and so is their cornbread.

    I've eaten at several CBs in the South & Midwest. The best ones are mostly in the South, but my favorites are in Rockford, IL, and Memphis, TN. I guess they search for and hire real Southern cooks.

    But the one in Belleville, Michigan is junk. Ugh! How they can mess up good food is a mystery.
    MICHIGAN. Northerners trying to make southern food.

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    Just picked up some Fried Lake Trout from the Seafood Restaurant in the "hood" for tonight...I'll just steam some Broccoli to go with.

    (Nobody can do lake trout like they do it in the "hood.")

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    Quote Originally Posted by fuego View Post
    MICHIGAN. Northerners trying to make southern food.
    Thing is, we (Michiganders), have large numbers of transplanted Southerners, but none of them work at the Belleville Cracker Barrel.
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