Thursday, September 25, 2014

Wednesday Dinner

      It's South Bend Gumbo: Kielbasa, some left-over pork roast, about a third of a baked chicken, plus a potato, a red onion and a handful of carrots sauteed in the sausage grease. Pour over a can of diced tomatoes, a can of okra-corn-tomato mix, add the left-over meats (cut up) and enough chicken stock to cover; simmer until it smells good.
     Tastes good, too, which it had better, since it's lunch the next day and dinner the next night as well, possibly over rice.

     (Why "South Bend?"  Look in their phone book -- let's just say you can always find kielbasa and cabbage up there, possibly even at convenience stores. Not sure if they have drive-though take-out pierogis or potato pancakes...but gee, what a great idea if they did!)


John Peddie (Toronto) said...

Drive through pierogies?

I second the motion.

When I lived in Thunder Bay (Northern Ontario, up the road from Duluth MN) there was a local fast food chain called Mr. Pierogi-and the ladies at the Friday church bake sale sold them and cabbage rolls. Smallest order the ladies allowed: 1 dozen. When you asked for "4" cabbage rolls, they counted in dozens, so "4" was 48!

Ate 'em all, too.

Roberta X said...

Yum! :)