Happy Birthday Iron Man

Thanks my brother and friend. I will turn 53 at midnight. GOD has Blessed me so much with you and all my friends on this Forum and all the other blessings HE has bestowed upon me. Thanks for recognizing it my friend.
Life is what we make of it and who we share it with. Live life to it’s fullest thanking Our Good Lord JESUS CHRIST for all HE has blessed you with.
We had a Shrimp dinner for Birthday Eve Dinner and it came out awesome. I just learned how to cook pre cooked shrimp. I need a good spice. Just used salt, but out of this world.
Bruce you make my life better my friend. ??????????
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Thanks my brother and friend. I will turn 53 at midnight. GOD has Blessed me so much with you and all my friends on this Forum and all the other blessings HE has bestowed upon me. Thanks for recognizing it my friend.
Life is what we make of it and who we share it with. Live life to it’s fullest thanking Our Good Lord JESUS CHRIST for all HE has blessed you with.
We had a Shrimp dinner for Birthday Eve Dinner and it came out awesome. I just learned how to cook pre cooked shrimp. I need a good spice. Just used salt, but out of this world.
Bruce you make my life better my friend. ??????????View attachment 15466View attachment 15467View attachment 15468View attachment 15469View attachment 15470
For something extra special, serve the shrimp over cheesy grits ( google some recipes!)
 
Yep, Zataraines or Old Bay and the key to making great cheese grits is not the orange cheddar, but the creamy white cheeses.

Happy Birthday, Iron Man!
yea, cheddar will work, but only if you add in some mexican spices (or "taco seasoning"). Other than that you are going for the cajun type seasonings with a sharp white cheese, like parmesan.
 
yea, cheddar will work, but only if you add in some mexican spices (or "taco seasoning"). Other than that you are going for the cajun type seasonings with a sharp white cheese, like parmesan.
Cooper cheese is pretty good for those that don't like it too sharp.
 
Iron Man, you live very close to me... if you ever want some spicy shirmp with cheesy grits (cajun style), my 'polish' wife makes them very good per my past taste testings, she has got the recipie nailed down to what it should be. She also makes some great 'polish' lasagna (italian stlyle with hot italian sausage and beef). She is a Polish 'coal cracker' from central PA. I can also make an awesome kielbasa, much better than most of the recipes out there (best stuff ever according to her). I'm an Italian/Cajun, I have needs!!! LOL!!!
 
Iron Man, you live very close to me... if you ever want some spicy shirmp with cheesy grits (cajun style), my 'polish' wife makes them very good per my past taste testings, she has got the recipie nailed down to what it should be. She also makes some great 'polish' lasagna (italian stlyle with hot italian sausage and beef). She is a Polish 'coal cracker' from central PA. I can also make an awesome kielbasa, much better than most of the recipes out there (best stuff ever according to her). I'm an Italian/Cajun, I have needs!!! LOL!!!
Both sets of Grand Parents 100% Polish. I’m 100% POLLACK. My Grandfather was a Principal for a school when WW2 started. Even though he was Catholic the Germans took him away from my Grandmother and through him in a work camp. My mom was not yet born or conceived. When the allied planes came down shooting into the work camp my grandfather and others got up and ran. The Germans shot at him and the others. He escaped and went 2 countries over and finally returned to my grandma. He then traveled by himself to USA to NY. Got a job as a warehouse guy at the sugar factory in Brooklyn. Sent for my Grandma. She came to Brooklyn and met my Grandfather and then conceived my momma. My Grandfather always hated how he went from this admired and smart person and then had this crappy position in life. He was a very religious man but was bitter. He got shafted in life. He would always curse in Polish when Germans or Russians were mentioned. He died in 1998 and I wish I had more time with him. Life is what we make of it and who we share it with. DONT ever forget to tell your loved ones how special they are and how much they mean to you. Dang it. I miss my Grandfather so much. HE WAS AWESOME. ???
 
Both sets of Grand Parents 100% Polish. I’m 100% POLLACK. My Grandfather was a Principal for a school when WW2 started. Even though he was Catholic the Germans took him away from my Grandmother and through him in a work camp. My mom was not yet born or conceived. When the allied planes came down shooting into the work camp my grandfather and others got up and ran. The Germans shot at him and the others. He escaped and went 2 countries over and finally returned to my grandma. He then traveled by himself to USA to NY. Got a job as a warehouse guy at the sugar factory in Brooklyn. Sent for my Grandma. She came to Brooklyn and met my Grandfather and then conceived my momma. My Grandfather always hated how he went from this admired and smart person and then had this crappy position in life. He was a very religious man but was bitter. He got shafted in life. He would always curse in Polish when Germans or Russians were mentioned. He died in 1998 and I wish I had more time with him. Life is what we make of it and who we share it with. DONT ever forget to tell your loved ones how special they are and how much they mean to you. Dang it. I miss my Grandfather so much. HE WAS AWESOME. ???
I'll tell ya, our 'fore-fathers' went through some shit and we are all just spoiled brats! I agree and respect what the past generation did, but I wonder why we aren't triggered to respond as they did to everything that might happen to us in the near future (I'm ready)! But it does sound like you need to try my kielbasa from your heritage!! I basically use the recipe from the Polish goverment mandate that states how the kielbasa is made. My wife is of Polish decent and was raised by the PA-Dutch/Coal-Crackers... she swears by my recipe that it is the best ever (but it really is by the book!) I'll be makng another batch in about 2 weeks from now.
 
I'll tell ya, our 'fore-fathers' went through some shit and we are all just spoiled brats! I agree and respect what the past generation did, but I wonder why we aren't triggered to respond as they did to everything that might happen to us in the near future (I'm ready)! But it does sound like you need to try my kielbasa from your heritage!! I basically use the recipe from the Polish goverment mandate that states how the kielbasa is made. My wife is of Polish decent and was raised by the PA-Dutch/Coal-Crackers... she swears by my recipe that it is the best ever (but it really is by the book!) I'll be makng another batch in about 2 weeks from now.
Dude that’s awesome. I will look you up for sure. I grew up on Perogies, babka, fresh and smoked kielbasa, and every other Polish meal you can imagine when I was young. I moved out at 18 in 1986 and had to make a life in my own and drifted away from my old family ways. But brother thanks for your invite. I’ll be knocking on your door one un expected day my man. Shit you won’t even expect me and you’ll say oh shit that fucking IRONMAN is here looking for his Polish meal. ???
 
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