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Old 03-19-2020, 12:33 PM
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I thought I would share with you my Instant Pot Recipes. Sometime I find them and sometimes I make them up. If you don't have an Instant Pot buy one. It sames time and money. And all you need to clean is one stainless steel pot. Do your own research.

I had some bananas that were getting over ripe. I cooked them in high pressure with steel cut oatmeal, ground flax seed, cinnamon for 4 minutes. 1 to 3 ratio of oats to water
It's delicious and good for you too.

I subscribe to Netflix. Now would be a good time to join. It's cheap. I am asking for someone to pick out a Netflix movie and discuss it tomorrow. I'll watch anything and I like talking about movies. So somebody, pick one out. I'm off to golf and I'll check in later to see if there is any interest in this thread.

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Old 03-19-2020, 12:52 PM
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[The Movie] Drive may not be for everyone, and it’s certainly not the movie you think it is, but boy what a gorgeous and transfixing twist on a “thriller.” Ryan Gosling stars as a Hollywood stunt driver who moonlights as a getaway driver, but whose life gets complicated when he strikes up a relationship with his neighbor, played by Carey Mulligan. The film tackles issues of violence and masculinity, all while wrapped up in a semi-sweet romance story. It’s kind of like an uber-violent John Hughes movie in a way—surprising, hypnotic, and incredibly cool. – Adam Chitwood
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One of my favorate Netflix original movies is Polar. Very violent, but it is a good movie. Somewhat like Pulp Fiction.
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Pulp fiction is tops. I'll have to watch Polar. thanks

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You guys just made me go look up the dance scene from Pulp Fiction. Luv that scene. Now, I am going to go find the dance scene from the movie Michael.

Might be time to do a little dancing around the house.

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Old 03-20-2020, 12:40 PM
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Driver is an excellent movie that keeps building and getting more violent. I haven't finished Polar but I'm hooked.
My son is in California and suggested I make 14 frozen dinners. I guess just in case I don't feel like cooking. I'll make 7 ham, corn and potatoes on a plate in a zip lock bag. I bought a spiral cut ham that will last a long time. I freeze it in pieces and will eventually make some kind of bean soup. And I'll make 7 portions of beef stew in the instant pot. Recipe forthcoming. Keep the ball rolling.
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Driver is an excellent movie that keeps building and getting more violent. I haven't finished Polar but I'm hooked.
My son is in California and suggested I make 14 frozen dinners. I guess just in case I don't feel like cooking. I'll make 7 ham, corn and potatoes on a plate in a zip lock bag. I bought a spiral cut ham that will last a long time. I freeze it in pieces and will eventually make some kind of bean soup. And I'll make 7 portions of beef stew in the instant pot. Recipe forthcoming. Keep the ball rolling.
Do you know how good it is to have you back on board! Couldn't have reared your head at a better time. As people are a little stuck inside now how about that recipe for H O B O soup or stew or something.

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Old 03-22-2020, 02:21 PM
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I made this recipe yesterday, Nucky--Here you go.

Instant Pot Easy Beef Stew

I doubled it. It turned out quite well. Beef Stew is comfort food so I filled up disposable bowls and put in the freezer for a rainy day. I have a Spiral Cut Ham and will fix some plates or ham, corn and potatoes individually wrapped and freeze those as well. Nothing will go to waste.

The recommended movie of Polar was riveting. I fast forward or lower the volume on torture scenes. And that movie has a doozy of one. Any other recommended movies? I'll look later on.
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You are one of the GOOD guys Tomwed. Too hot for real food for me at the moment, but a nice lady in the Deli gave me this recipe for a great supper sandwich with a good side salad.

Boars Head Deluxe Roast Beef on a sub roll or whatever you want to use, top with cooked peppers and onions, top that with cheese and put under the grill just long enough to melt the cheese, do not cook the roast beef. This is really delicious with a good side salad.

As for the cheese ............... whatever, turns you on. I happen to like Swiss, but anything that melts would be great.
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That does sound good Madelaine, You could put peppers and onions on grass clippings with the right roll and it would taste good. Well maybe not grass clippings.
Have you got a good movie to recommend? I have found all these old classic movies on Youtube. I look them up on Rotten Tomatoes for the winners like Stagecoach and Rear Window.
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That does sound good Madelaine, You could put peppers and onions on grass clippings with the right roll and it would taste good. Well maybe not grass clippings.
Have you got a good movie to recommend? I have found all these old classic movies on Youtube. I look them up on Rotten Tomatoes for the winners like Stagecoach and Rear Window.
No movie, I did all that when we were running the Classic Movie thread, but I am looking for one that was playing about six months ago here in TV. A classical pianist who gets stage fright and cannot perform, it was a one word title and I just cannot find it. I think it was on Pluto one evening, but really have no idea.
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It was on Pluto one evening? How big are your rabbit ears?
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Grand Piano (2013)
Grand Piano (2013) A pianist with stage fright endures a performance under the eyes of a mysterious sniper, who will shoot and kill him if a wrong note is played

Is that it?
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No movie, I did all that when we were running the Classic Movie thread, but I am looking for one that was playing about six months ago here in TV. A classical pianist who gets stage fright and cannot perform, it was a one word title and I just cannot find it. I think it was on Pluto one evening, but really have no idea.
I think the movie you are looking for is Coda
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I thought I would share with you my Instant Pot Recipes. Sometime I find them and sometimes I make them up. If you don't have an Instant Pot buy one. It sames time and money. And all you need to clean is one stainless steel pot. Do your own research.

I had some bananas that were getting over ripe. I cooked them in high pressure with steel cut oatmeal, ground flax seed, cinnamon for 4 minutes. 1 to 3 ratio of oats to water
It's delicious and good for you too.

I subscribe to Netflix. Now would be a good time to join. It's cheap. I am asking for someone to pick out a Netflix movie and discuss it tomorrow. I'll watch anything and I like talking about movies. So somebody, pick one out. I'm off to golf and I'll check in later to see if there is any interest in this thread.

And to all my old TOTV friends from years ago I hope you are doing well.
Mrs. KC made a real good meatloaf in ours tonight; she's going to make jambalaya sometimes this week.
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