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post #31 of 45
Stuffed Peppers I made saturday Eric always makes me make tons for leftovers sooo good! You put ground beef,onions,rice,chopped pepper,tomatoes,tomatoe sauce,and sharp cheddar inside a pepper than grill them. I'll have to post the recipe some time I call them " Not your mamas stuffed peppers!"
post #32 of 45
I ACTUALLY COOKED! I'm just baking the casserole in the oven now... Mixed cooked pasta, tomato sauce, fresh tomato chunks, and put in a casserole dish and layered cheese in the middle and on top!
post #33 of 45
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Originally Posted by vespacat
I ACTUALLY COOKED! I'm just baking the casserole in the oven now... Mixed cooked pasta, tomato sauce, fresh tomato chunks, and put in a casserole dish and layered cheese in the middle and on top!
Jenn, that sounds yummy!!!!! I'm on my way to your place!
post #34 of 45
Come on over, Kelly! I got lots and it looks good!
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Originally Posted by Kellyyfaber
Jenn, that sounds yummy!!!!! I'm on my way to your place!
post #35 of 45
Oh... and I didn't burn it either!
post #36 of 45
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Originally Posted by vespacat
Come on over, Kelly! I got lots and it looks good!
Yea! Hey maybe you can pick me up from the airport on your scooter. Do you have room for 2? I wish I had one, they look like loads of fun. Will they even let southerners over the border? j/k I've been to Toronto many times, it's an awesome city. One of my roomates from college was from Toronto too (and an ex-fiancee from Toronto).
post #37 of 45
Yeah, I would probably get there in about, oh... a day or so!

Scooters are lots of fun... the more vintage you get the more high maintenance (and less fun!) it becomes. Plus my new Vespa is pretty slow... but I need to sell one of them, and I'm not into too much maintenance.

I'm imagine traveling across the border wouldn't be unlike driving a car. In fact, I remember a number of people came up for a rally from Cleveland on their scoots a few years back. In fact, there were more Americans than Canadians at that rally, and they ALL had their scoots in tow.

Toronto has its charms... but I find the cost of living completely unreasonable, taking the average wage into consideration. Unfortunately, that's why we have an increasingly large gap between the rich and the working poor in this city.

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Originally Posted by Kellyyfaber
Yea! Hey maybe you can pick me up from the airport on your scooter. Do you have room for 2? I wish I had one, they look like loads of fun. Will they even let southerners over the border? j/k I've been to Toronto many times, it's an awesome city. One of my roomates from college was from Toronto too (and an ex-fiancee from Toronto).
post #38 of 45
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Congrats on the weight loss Cindy! That is, if you're trying to lose.
Thanks, Jenn! I could stand to lose about 60 more, so it's a good thing!

We wound up having country fried steak with gravy, mashed potatoes, corn and english peas tonight.!
post #39 of 45
I had Pork chops (fried and battered), corn on the cob, potato salad, and butterbeans.
post #40 of 45
Well, the pork chops I thought we were going to have didn't happen, because there weren't any in the freezer. All that was left in the pork chops box were a few odd shaped bits of stuff. However, they were quite amenable to being cut into bite-sized pieces and marinated, while some wehani rice got mostly cooked. Then they got browned and some sauteed mushroom and onion added, and a little vermouth, and simmered while the rice finished. Add a few snap peas, and there's dinner. Rob thinks I need to find a name for it.
post #41 of 45
There's nothing in the freezer or fridge that looks edible. Better have another look, because I AM hungry. Fran, can I come and live with you? Your meals always sound SO delightful.
post #42 of 45
Sam, try the new Lean Cuisine pizza... It's SO good. I stocked up on them today.
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Originally Posted by WellingtonCats
There's nothing in the freezer or fridge that looks edible. Better have another look, because I AM hungry. Fran, can I come and live with you? Your meals always sound SO delightful.
post #43 of 45
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Originally Posted by WellingtonCats
There's nothing in the freezer or fridge that looks edible. Better have another look, because I AM hungry. Fran, can I come and live with you? Your meals always sound SO delightful.
Sure, Sam -- just hop on a plane.
post #44 of 45
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Originally Posted by vespacat
Sam, try the new Lean Cuisine pizza... It's SO good. I stocked up on them today.
I'll totally have to keep an eye out for them! Thanks!
post #45 of 45
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Sure, Sam -- just hop on a plane.
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