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Sobieski
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Dice one onion.

Dice one pepper

Dice one can of mushrooms 

Cook until half done.  Remove from skillet.

 

Brown two pork chops cut into eights  return vegetables to skillet add two cans of cream of mushrooms soup. Use a little milk to rinse the cans.  Simmer until it thickens and the pork is cooked.

 

Serve over rice.

 

Not fancy but I dont have to impress anyone 

 


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Old Buck
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I hope you have some leftovers!

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Enough for 3 meals


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Old Buck
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I make something very similar with boneless chicken breast.

I brown veggies and chicken seperately for looks.  Add everything and rice then bake completely in oven.

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The Evil Genius
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Excellent I will be over for dinner! 


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Don't forget, when the girl takes a picture of the food she made and has to send you a snap of it, lmfao. Oh, wait men never do that, because they know people only care about a good meal, not sending it to all their bros. Women, want to be rewarded by men for something so simple. Like my uncle always tells me "The women of today can't even cook" that quote is so true.


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Now I am hungry for steak fries!

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Posted by: @sobieski

Dice one onion.

Dice one pepper

Dice one can of mushrooms 

Cook until half done.  Remove from skillet.

 

Brown two pork chops cut into eights  return vegetables to skillet add two cans of cream of mushrooms soup. Use a little milk to rinse the cans.  Simmer until it thickens and the pork is cooked.

 

Serve over rice.

 

Not fancy but I dont have to impress anyone 

 

Anything pork related that has Campbells cream of XXX added is on my short list of rainy day meals.  As you said, no fuss, no muss and just good comfort food.  

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