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GOULASH on PERPOSE

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Billie Cullimore
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              GOULASH  on  PERPOSE
                    By  Billie  Cullimore

  Recipe:

             My sister called it Goulash.
        My daughter don't like the appearance.
         Son, Tracey thinks it's pretty good.
       I call it (End of the week Clearance.)

          It starts with Sunday Pot Roast,
           Or chicken---It just depends.
      There'll be plenty left for a sandwich.
           But hang on to that bony end.
                   Save It.

         Monday, Spaghetti and meat balls.
            Way too much to throw out.
           Steamed Broccoli and oregano.
            That's what it's all about.
                   Save It.

       Tuesday, baked potato and Pork chops.
             Pork gravy is Oh! so good.
         Buttered green beans with Almonds.
         Keeping left overs is understood.
                   Save It.

       Wednesday,  we ate Macaroni and cheese.
          Probably made a little too much.
           Wieners were gone in a hurry.
         Baked beans were an added touch.
                  Save It.

       Thursday, was chicken, rice cassarole.
         With peas and carrots on the side.
       There's always pleanty for every one.
        So, the dog you don't have to hide.
                  Save It.

      Friday, was always Bread sticks and Pizza.
         Very seldom was there any left.
         But, Brad had a date that night.
        So, what do we do with the rest?
                  Save It.

      Saturday, time to clean out the fridge.
        Toss it all in a pot on the stove.
        Add a large can of stewed tomatos.
     Don't forget all the stuff that you froze.

          What about the left over Pizza?

            Cut it in bite size peaces
          they'll think it's dumplings.

      Serve Hot in soup bowls with hot baking
       powder biscuits and ice cold milk.

                    Enjoy.

    Brad called. "Mom, did you know that Tracey
       makes Goulash on perpose?"


       From the lives of "The Fabulous Four."
                  True Story.
  
© Copyright 2009 Billie Cullimore - All Rights Reserved
Bill Charles
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1 posted 06-14-2009 07:44 PM       View Profile for Bill Charles   Email Bill Charles   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for Bill Charles

Billie - I'll be over next Saturday for some of that delickerous Goulash...

BC
Robert E. Jordan
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2 posted 06-14-2009 08:48 PM       View Profile for Robert E. Jordan   Email Robert E. Jordan   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for Robert E. Jordan

Yo dear Billie,

Yes, this sounds just about right.  Good cooking.

Love Bobby
WTBAKELAR
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3 posted 06-14-2009 09:03 PM       View Profile for WTBAKELAR   Email WTBAKELAR   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for WTBAKELAR

OK,  just to clear things up (a bit)
I didn't know all that stuff was in there.
Your favorite response when we asked what is this was; " What wont fatten, will fill.

What I make is kind of a stew with fresh ground beef, mixed veggies, stewed tomatoes, and macaroni and cheese, (make it first, then blend in the rest)

I don't care what anybody says,  That's good food,  But then, I learned from the best.  (and, yes, I call it Goulash)

Loved the poem.
Tracey.
Heart2Heart
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4 posted 06-15-2009 05:52 AM       View Profile for Heart2Heart   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for Heart2Heart

Great fun write, enjoyed very much :-)
Heart2Heart
Oklahoma Rose
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We sure know how to save, huh.
Sonofgloin
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Billie, do you do a vegetarian version?
Earl Brinkman
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7 posted 08-10-2010 08:41 PM       View Profile for Earl Brinkman   Email Earl Brinkman   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for Earl Brinkman

I like your writing better than your recipes.
 
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