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    Posted: 22 October 2016 at 05:38
Got Buffalo sister-in-laws with SOs coming for a LONG
weekend. Probably to see the new house.

So I've added some 'items' to the 3-4 day menu.

German meatballs with dark mustard.
Elk sausage patties with scramble eggs for breakfast.
Grilled antelope burgers.
Elk stew.
Venison tacos.

Got to clean out the freezer this time of year.


Hope they eat the stuff (I tell them what it is first)
or I'll be eating leftover game all week (not bad at
all).

PS they are all pure blooded Sicilians, but I've not
planed any red/marinara sauce!
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BEAR;

Just tell 'em to eat it or Vito & Sal are gonna "talk" to
them about it.

It all sounds good to me, & after all, why not some
marinara? Let them what wants it to slather it on.
Although, if you want to get mean about it, you could
make it with the provisio that the Chianti glass doesn't
get filled until the plate is.

Just don't tell 'em you took 'em out the back door.

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Sounds like a great meal plan to me.

They just might like it enough to start hunting for
their own meat.

You could always get a jar of Ragu for their red sauce.
I wonder if they would notice?

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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote CascadeFlyer Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 22 October 2016 at 15:12
Geez, when I saw the subject title "In-Law Menu" I was intrigued. My first thought was, "Do you have to marinate the in-laws, or just fry 'em up plain?"

I was much relieved when I read the post.
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