I was wondering if someone could find this family(before 1817):
Donald (born abt.1808
also,is "Galbraith" Scottish or Irish?
My quick chili:
1-2lbs Ground meat
6 Pork sausages(slice after browning)
1/2 roll Polish sausage(slice or dice after browning)
1 lg. Onion(chopped)
1 pkg. fresh Mushrooms
1 lg. each of Green and Red peppers(chopped)
3 cans Pasta sauce
2 cans Spicy diced tomatoes
2 lg.cans Kidney beans
Do you have that recipe for chili con carne?My Dad used to make it,loved it.I started making it differently for someone who was allergic to beef...then forgot how to make it my Dad's way.Maybe your recipe will jog the memory.
Seems like half the world can make gravy and half can't......I'm with Gibbo..I definitely can't make it,either too lumpy or too bland.
But I will keep trying...that one in a million chance might show up:)
I am in the process of starting the evening meal (cabbage rolls)and thought about how I am getting tired of making the same ole' meals.I would like to hear if anyone has some traditional or just plain ole' scrumptious recipes they would like to share.I like home cooked meals,too much...
Thanks p.risboy,it's good to be back among the ..sane???:biggrin:
Dave,I hate to gloat but we had a terrific summer here this year(but I know how you feel,last year we had a combined 2 weeks of summer...and those days weren't that great:biggrin:)
Actually it looks like it's turning into a nice...
Hello again:)I am back at it again after taking a break.It helps when you stop banging your head against that brick wall sometimes....gives you time to bandage up and get ready to try again :biggrin:
Anyway,thought I would say "Hi" to everyone.Hope everyone had a great summer.
I came across a recruitment(?) form online for an ancestor...on it he answered all the questions(including having served before)...but on the bottom of the form it says that he refused to sign it.Why would he refuse to sign?