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post #1021 of 1044
Eggwich. Or a Little Caesar's Hot & Ready. Oh, decisions, decisions!
post #1022 of 1044
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A massive sald consisting of baby jersey royal potatoes, iceberg lettuce, cherry tomatoes, cucumber, spring onions, sliced hard boiled egg, honey roast ham and dollops of coleslaw
That sounds delicious. What are baby jersey royal potatoes? Never mind I just googled them and they certainly have a great write-up on the benefits and nutrients of these potatoes. Apparently they are the favourite potatoes of the UK. Being a potato lover, I'd love to try them.

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Shish n Fips. I'm braindead today.
At our house we are all about Tarzan and call this Finch and Chimps.

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I did a Ham and Noodle Casserole last night, which was yummy then and is still yummy for lunch today.

Today is our 19th Anniversary, and we're going out for dinner. We have an early evening commitment, and then a 9:00 pm reservation at The Red Door Click on "Our Cuisine" to see menus. I love this place! Whatever else is on the table (it's ALL wonderful) there will surely be some Shaking Beef.
Happy 19th Anniversary. Have a wonderful dinner and evening out!

We are going to our local eatery tonight. We don't eat out often but this place is to die for. The couple that own it make everything on-site from scratch and from lovely fresh ingredients. He used to be a cook in the Canadian Navy and has cooked for Queen Elizabeth, Philip and Princess Diana so you can imagine how good his food must be! As hubby says, we've never had anything there yet that we didn't love. He certainly has a way with food to make it taste wonderful.
post #1023 of 1044
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Happy Anniversary Fran!

That place looks delicious.
Oh, yes!

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Happy 19th Anniversary. Have a wonderful dinner and evening out!

We are going to our local eatery tonight. We don't eat out often but this place is to die for. The couple that own it make everything on-site from scratch and from lovely fresh ingredients. He used to be a cook in the Canadian Navy and has cooked for Queen Elizabeth, Philip and Princess Diana so you can imagine how good his food must be! As hubby says, we've never had anything there yet that we didn't love. He certainly has a way with food to make it taste wonderful.
Impressive credentials! Bon appetit!

Thank you both for good wishes.
post #1024 of 1044
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Chicken broth and crackers for me tonight. Just recovering from a 48 hour bug of some kind so my poor old tummy can't handle much else.
post #1025 of 1044
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Chicken broth and crackers for me tonight. Just recovering from a 48 hour bug of some kind so my poor old tummy can't handle much else.
Those bugs are the pits! Hope your tum is feeling better soon.
post #1026 of 1044
Fran: Happy Anniversary! I love Asian food, and The Red Door looks wonderful. Plus you don't have to cook and clean up!

Linda- is the place you're talking about Aubergine by any chance?

Tonight I'm on my lonesome as DH is out golfing, but I'm enjoying a striploin steak, garden salad and baked potato all washed down with Leffe Belgium beer.
post #1027 of 1044
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Fran: Happy Anniversary! I love Asian food, and The Red Door looks wonderful. Plus you don't have to cook and clean up!

Linda- is the place you're talking about Aubergine by any chance?

Tonight I'm on my lonesome as DH is out golfing, but I'm enjoying a striploin steak, garden salad and baked potato all washed down with Leffe Belgium beer.
That sounds more than satisfactory! Thanks for good wishes.
post #1028 of 1044
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Am feeling much better today and seem to be getting my appetite back a bit. Still not ready for anything to heavy though so I am thinking about some grilled chicken on a bun...

I just had a glass of strawberry/banana V8 fusion and I will tell you after 3 days of flat gingerale ale, weak tea and water that tasted pretty good.
post #1029 of 1044
Well, the Red Door did us proud. The Shaking Beef was as awesome as always, and the Chili Crusted Calamari, Bangalore Chicken Curry, Pad Thai, Buddha's Feast and Fiery Eggplant were all pretty darned fine as well. (Rob and I did not eat all of that ourselves -- Jr&SO and a good friend joined us.) We declined the dessert menu as we had no idea where we'd put anything else.

Whatever I serve tonight will be a come down from that, but that's OK. I'll see how much effort I feel like making later on, and let that govern what I pull out of the freezer.
post #1030 of 1044
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(Rob and I did not eat all of that ourselves -- Jr&SO and a good friend joined us.)
I'm glad you mentioned that as I would be astonished if you two had packed all that away yourselves! I like sharing a big Asian meal and trying a bit of everything.

Tonight we had a frozen pizza that tasted like buttered cardboard. We're off to a party soon so we're hoping the snacks there will fill us up!
post #1031 of 1044
Tonight was Stove Top Easy Chicken Bake It was delicious! Now I'm in the process of making homemade chocolate chip cookies for dessert

Here is the reciepe for the chicken bake:
http://www.kraftfoods.com/kf/recipes...esy-95138.aspx
post #1032 of 1044
Just cooked up some boxed spaghetti and put some jarred sauce on it. Having an apple now.
post #1033 of 1044
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Linda- is the place you're talking about Aubergine by any chance?
You are probably thinking of Le Vielle Auberge and not the restaurant I was telling you about. The one we love is called Teaberry Cafe. The Auberge closed a couple years ago but had a wonderful reputation when it was operating. The owner (a great Swiss chef) has come back and re-opened it as "Heaven on 7" and it is now more "pub like" although some of the food is above pub fare. My husband's band plays there the first Friday of every month. This month they are playing there on May 29 as well.
post #1034 of 1044
Once the oven is ready, I'm broiling a swordfish steak and then cooking some cubed sweet potatoes on the stove top...

Amanda
post #1035 of 1044
For dinner tonight I am cooking chicken, bacon and cheese pasta with a creamy sauce!
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Think I am going to do roast beef with all the trimmings for dinner tonight. After not eating much the last several days because of my stomach bug my appetite seems to have returned full-force.
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Think I am going to do roast beef with all the trimmings for dinner tonight. After not eating much the last several days because of my stomach bug my appetite seems to have returned full-force.
That should satisfy its need to get back into business. Can I come?

Well, on second thought, it'd be tight getting back in time for work tomorrow so I guess I'll stay with Plan A and do baked ham and cheese rolls. They'll be fine with a little salad tonight, and depending on how piggy we are will also do one or two lunches.
post #1038 of 1044
My mom is cooking her vodka pasta tonight We'll also probably have some bread and bruschetta.
post #1039 of 1044
Our local meat market does their own corned beef, I picked one up and we slow cooked it all afternoon, now that it's dinner time, we aren't hungry
We'll slice it up later tonight and make some sandwiches with swiss cheese. Yummy!
post #1040 of 1044
I had honey nut cheerios for dinner.

I had a late lunch though, the rest of my cashew chicken chinese food the shelter bought us for lunch yesterday and an egg roll it was good.
oh and they have hot & sour soup I ordered too but I didn't like it. Too dang spicy.
post #1041 of 1044
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For dinner tonight I am cooking chicken, bacon and cheese pasta with a creamy sauce!
I just had this with mushrooms added too! Caramel pudding for dessert.
post #1042 of 1044
Vicodan and whiskey...
post #1043 of 1044
homemade bacon cheeseburgers with bison meat instead of cow meat. MMMMM delicoius
post #1044 of 1044
Hamburger Stroganoff.

I'd be shelving that and BBQing if the spare tank were filled, but it's in the garage, empty. Rob woke up the BBQ this afternoon, and it's all ready to go, but the burn off used most of what was left in last year's tank. Never mind -- there's always tomorrow, and Friday, and Saturday, and...
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