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Goulash.... It's what's for dinner!  

secret_lade 46F
8119 posts
8/13/2020 4:43 pm
Goulash.... It's what's for dinner!


I was trolling through faceplace while the Spawn and I were at the lake tonight....

When I came across a post that had a picture of goulash with the caption, "You ain't never been poor if you haven't had this for dinner."

And I was like... Oooh! That sounds good! Goulash for dinner!

I guess that makes me poor.....

Cause, I'm making goulash right now and... It's what's for dinner!

Sex_nut1984 36M
24 posts
9/5/2020 7:52 am

Yum


Fuklikedogs 49M
1997 posts
8/28/2020 7:41 pm

Goulash made with stewed tomato’s which have finely chopped onion and green pepper, Parmesan cheese and crushed red pepper, fresh Italian bread, tossed salad and some wine.......a perfect meal for the po folks, love it!

Maybe the hornies reappear as the night moves on.


Bigmorgan20 43M
38 posts
8/27/2020 3:14 pm

nice one!here for the points too thanks


secret_lade 46F
5297 posts
8/17/2020 3:44 pm

LOL Bon appetit!


covidsux99 44M
12 posts
8/17/2020 2:57 pm

i was horny..now i'm hungry


secret_lade 46F
5297 posts
8/16/2020 5:36 pm

    Quoting lindoboy100:
    Poor man's dinner here used to be haggis, funnily enough........but these days they've made it all gastro-chef posh. Porridge too, I still love that.

    Hope yours was tasty McLade.
Porridge... Oatmeal? I googled it..... For some reason I always thought it was soup.


lindoboy100 57M
22635 posts
8/16/2020 7:38 am

Poor man's dinner here used to be haggis, funnily enough........but these days they've made it all gastro-chef posh. Porridge too, I still love that.

Hope yours was tasty McLade.

Pull ma finger.........


secret_lade 46F
5297 posts
8/16/2020 3:13 am

Yep


secret_lade 46F
5297 posts
8/16/2020 3:13 am

    Quoting easy_going2014:
    Hmm, sounds good

    it doesn't matter how it is perceived by others, only what it means to you

    I like meatloaf, my mom would make it for me on my birthday

    have a great day

    hmm

    Allan Sherman - "Hungarian Goulash No. 5"

    If you like Hungarian food,
    They have a goulash which is very good
    Or if you wish a dish that's Chinese,
    Somewhere down in Column B, there's lobster Cantonese
    Enchiladas, that's what people eat in Mexico
    Shish kebab is skewered, in Armenia you know
    Then there's blubber, the favorite of the frigid Eskimo
    Such delicious dishes, no matter where you go
    Chicken cacciatore is Italian
    Kangaroo souffle must be Australian
    Mutton chops are definitely British
    Chicken soup undoubtedly is Yiddish
I like meAtloaf too. Not the brown gravy variety.... Just the ketchup kind.


spokaneeman509 33M
16 posts
8/16/2020 12:20 am

Nice


easy_going2014 54M
14366 posts
8/15/2020 9:15 pm

Hmm, sounds good

it doesn't matter how it is perceived by others, only what it means to you

I like meatloaf, my mom would make it for me on my birthday

have a great day

hmm

Allan Sherman - "Hungarian Goulash No. 5"

If you like Hungarian food,
They have a goulash which is very good
Or if you wish a dish that's Chinese,
Somewhere down in Column B, there's lobster Cantonese
Enchiladas, that's what people eat in Mexico
Shish kebab is skewered, in Armenia you know
Then there's blubber, the favorite of the frigid Eskimo
Such delicious dishes, no matter where you go
Chicken cacciatore is Italian
Kangaroo souffle must be Australian
Mutton chops are definitely British
Chicken soup undoubtedly is Yiddish

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secret_lade 46F
5297 posts
8/14/2020 11:37 pm

    Quoting citizen4722:
    I like goulash. A hearty Hungarian stew in which you won't be hungry for hours after eating it
It is very filling, which is another reason why I think it's a popular meal choice!


secret_lade 46F
5297 posts
8/14/2020 11:36 pm

    Quoting WyoCowboy7751:
    I've made IT in a variety of different ways when out camping or at a Mountain-man Rendezvous in a Dutch Oven !! I've used a variety of pastas , sauces & meat ( including Wild Game ) !! Once made it at a Rendezvous as a Camp Potluck Meal that I knew was going to happen one evening and used Bison ( Buffalo ) as the meat ; as I have a source for that meat !!
I've never made it with anything other than ground beef, but I've made quite a few different recipes. It sounds like you've go this goulash thing down pat!! I need you to make some for me! LOL


secret_lade 46F
5297 posts
8/14/2020 11:31 pm

    Quoting  :

I've never tried it with sausage.... That sounds good though! I like to make my spaghetti with italian sausage.


secret_lade 46F
5297 posts
8/14/2020 11:30 pm

    Quoting 69ereatwetpussy:
    I've made it and had it as kids your never poor if you have a roof over your head food in your fridge family and friend that love you.
    I'ld rather eat and enjoy simple food then it at some high end restaurant with a nouch of high price snobs out order was another.
    Comfort food is the best.
    That's why in this time of pandemic these restaurants want you to come to their place of business. Oh they may cut costs knowing you not work and can't afford it but never the less they need you.
    Will I cook for the week normal one night a week we get take out.
    One time every three months we eat out for it's $150.00 for two meals and drinks coffee dessert. So I real could care less about them. I do feel for the workers the one that need the money most of all. But I look at the ground when I walk you never know what you will find when your poor .rich people walk with their nose in the air for they are better then us so they think. Not all but way to many. Have a great day and enjoy your left over it normally better the xnext few day like stuff shell I'll have to night bleft over .
    Oxoxoxoo Thomas
Thank you Thomas! I rarely ever eat at a restaurant anymore, but we do still do take out. Most of those expensive restaurants don't do curbside, so, they aren't getting a lot of peoples business. There are a lot of people out there, like me, who are just preferring to stick closer to home. Lately I've just been trying to avoid stuff where I have to wear a mask. I wear it enough during the day at work... The last thing I want to do when I'm off is continue wearing it.


citizen4722 62M  
69096 posts
8/14/2020 8:48 am

I like goulash. A hearty Hungarian stew in which you won't be hungry for hours after eating it


WyoCowboy7751 67M
972 posts
8/14/2020 6:23 am

I've made IT in a variety of different ways when out camping or at a Mountain-man Rendezvous in a Dutch Oven !! I've used a variety of pastas , sauces & meat ( including Wild Game ) !! Once made it at a Rendezvous as a Camp Potluck Meal that I knew was going to happen one evening and used Bison ( Buffalo ) as the meat ; as I have a source for that meat !!


69ereatwetpussy 58M
4123 posts
8/14/2020 5:16 am

I've made it and had it as kids your never poor if you have a roof over your head food in your fridge family and friend that love you.
I'ld rather eat and enjoy simple food then it at some high end restaurant with a nouch of high price snobs out order was another.
Comfort food is the best.
That's why in this time of pandemic these restaurants want you to come to their place of business. Oh they may cut costs knowing you not work and can't afford it but never the less they need you.
Will I cook for the week normal one night a week we get take out.
One time every three months we eat out for it's $150.00 for two meals and drinks coffee dessert. So I real could care less about them. I do feel for the workers the one that need the money most of all. But I look at the ground when I walk you never know what you will find when your poor .rich people walk with their nose in the air for they are better then us so they think. Not all but way to many. Have a great day and enjoy your left over it normally better the xnext few day like stuff shell I'll have to night bleft over .
Oxoxoxoo Thomas


secret_lade 46F
5297 posts
8/14/2020 3:42 am

LOL.... Yah. Ghoul stew.


secret_lade 46F
5297 posts
8/14/2020 3:41 am

    Quoting  :

I enjoyed!


secret_lade 46F
5297 posts
8/14/2020 3:40 am

    Quoting AnewWoman:
    I cooked goulash last week, nothing wrong with it. Quick and easy good meal.
It's definitely quick and easy.... Perfect for after the beach last night.


secret_lade 46F
5297 posts
8/14/2020 3:40 am

    Quoting iwant2learnit:
    My grandmother used to make that when I was a kid. She called it Hungarian Goulash.
When I googled recipes, the Hungarian versions had different types of pastas and meats used in the recipe. Maybe that's the difference? The plain 'goulash' recipes all had elbow macaroni and ground beef in them.


secret_lade 46F
5297 posts
8/14/2020 3:36 am

    Quoting pocogato12:
    Names dont matter- the taste is divine no matter how you make it
I've made several different versions of it, it's all good. My favorite though is the one I grew up on.... It's a quick, simple recipe. Yum!


secret_lade 46F
5297 posts
8/14/2020 3:34 am

I agree!


secret_lade 46F
5297 posts
8/14/2020 3:33 am

    Quoting sasha3676:
    I have prepared Hungarian goulash and eaten it over noodles.Its delicious
I mix the noodles right in with the rest of it.... So good!


secret_lade 46F
5297 posts
8/14/2020 3:33 am

I couldn't agree more!! In most cases, it's comfort food.


secret_lade 46F
5297 posts
8/14/2020 3:32 am

    Quoting EnigmaInitiative:
    All those types of memes crack me up, I grew up in middle class suburbia and we had goulash all the time.
I think the memes are my favorite part of facebook. If they really wanted to show poor... They would have shown a package of Ramen Noodles. LOL


secret_lade 46F
5297 posts
8/13/2020 9:43 pm

    Quoting mc_justmc:
    not a fan of ghoulash and yes, I spelled it right
Goulash

Stew

Goulash is a stew or soup of meat and vegetables usually seasoned with paprika and other spices. Originating in medieval Hungary, goulash is a common meal predominantly eaten in Central Europe but also in other parts of Europe. It is one of the national dishes of Hungary and a symbol of the country

I tried googling your spelling.... My tablet corrected me.


EnigmaInitiative 52F
4246 posts
8/13/2020 8:57 pm

All those types of memes crack me up, I grew up in middle class suburbia and we had goulash all the time.

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positively4you 71F  
4110 posts
8/13/2020 8:49 pm

Poor man’s food is the best food.


sasha3676 62F  
111 posts
8/13/2020 7:54 pm

I have prepared Hungarian goulash and eaten it over noodles.Its delicious


mc_justmc 60M  
6723 posts
8/13/2020 7:02 pm

not a fan of ghoulash and yes, I spelled it right


topherific 58M
4754 posts
8/13/2020 6:40 pm

Goulash mm good


pocogato12 68F  
35701 posts
8/13/2020 6:37 pm

Names dont matter- the taste is divine no matter how you make it

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iwant2learnit 50M  
559 posts
8/13/2020 6:33 pm

My grandmother used to make that when I was a kid. She called it Hungarian Goulash.

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AnewWoman 62F  
202 posts
8/13/2020 6:14 pm

I cooked goulash last week, nothing wrong with it. Quick and easy good meal.


redrockrascal 62M
21949 posts
8/13/2020 6:02 pm

So it's kinda ghoul stew . . . right?

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secret_lade 46F
5297 posts
8/13/2020 5:43 pm

    Quoting Paulxx001:
    'slumgullion'... American Chop Suey...?
    It goes by a bunch of names but it ends up with the same review :it tastes great.
    Isn't that the point? 🤔
It does taste good! And, it's quick and easy.


Paulxx001 63M
17362 posts
8/13/2020 5:32 pm

'slumgullion'... American Chop Suey...?
It goes by a bunch of names but it ends up with the same review :it tastes great.
Isn't that the point? 🤔


secret_lade 46F
5297 posts
8/13/2020 4:46 pm

Poor man's caserole.... As my ex-husband used to call it. LOL


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