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Old 07-18-2015, 10:05 PM   #11
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Mmmm.....sounds wonderful, Dawg.
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Old 07-18-2015, 10:09 PM   #12
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So glad the Heavens open up for Sous Chef and Kayelle. CJ glad you are on the mend too.

Dx wanted chicken and all I had was BS/SkL in the freezer. they thaw pretty rapidly and grill reasonably quick too. Brushed with bottled Bbq sauce. That and some grilled corn cobs and an arugula salad w/ baby tomatoes and the last of this batch of blue cheese dressing. Left the beans salad in the frig for today. < I think that stuff is expanding on itself, tho the Tupperware is not bulging.
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Old 07-18-2015, 10:34 PM   #13
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Grilling those wings tonight was a real cause for celebration! I had a dry spot just big enough for me and the grill while the heavens opened complete with thunder and a light show. I felt like breaking into song........."grilling in the rain."
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Old 07-18-2015, 10:46 PM   #14
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Or a parody of "Just walking in the rain"-"Just Grilling in the Rain"
Rain or shine-they were outstanding!
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Old 07-18-2015, 10:57 PM   #15
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Cheryl, glad you have fun with the fam. Best. Day. Ever.


Grocery shopped today, and no leftovers in the refrigerator! Came home beat, but still managed to make supper. We had Croque Monsieur along with the last of the coleslaw (guess there was A leftover) and a pickle from Batch Two. Getting closer to Dad's pickle. Hope I nail it before Himself gets tired of "pickle".


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...the heavens opened complete with thunder and a light show. I felt like breaking into song........."grilling in the rain."...
That is good news, rain! If you had sung, do you have a lamppost to swing around on while you sing?
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Old 07-18-2015, 11:27 PM   #16
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Trust me, when we get rain here in CA, we feel like swinging around a lamppost and breaking into song!

Everyone's dinners sound so good this evening. I'm really getting inspired and looking forward to a big trip to the grocery store.
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Old 07-18-2015, 11:44 PM   #17
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Tonight's supper was edible. It was a learning experience. I was going to make stuffed pork chops on the grill. The weather cooperated, but we were out of propane. We got a new 20 lb tank less than a month ago and have probably grilled 4 or 5 times. There must be a leak. Anyhoo, I cooked them in the kitchen. Recipes said 45-60 minutes in the oven after browning. I checked them after 20 minutes and they were at 180F. They were dry. I will check sooner next time. I made this salad: Spicy Cucumber Salad. I guess you don't need to salt and drain English cukes. It was so salty that we couldn't tell if we would have liked it. The baby potatoes and Mateus were delicious.
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Old 07-18-2015, 11:49 PM   #18
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Trust me, when we get rain here in CA, we feel like swinging around a lamppost and breaking into song!

Everyone's dinners sound so good this evening. I'm really getting inspired and looking forward to a big trip to the grocery store.

No lamppost swinging for you tonight, Cheryl, we don't want you breaking your stitches. Next week you may swing.
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Tonight's supper was edible. It was a learning experience. I was going to make stuffed pork chops on the grill. The weather cooperated, but we were out of propane. We got a new 20 lb tank less than a month ago and have probably grilled 4 or 5 times. There must be a leak. Anyhoo, I cooked them in the kitchen. Recipes said 45-60 minutes in the oven after browning. I checked them after 20 minutes and they were at 180F. They were dry. I will check sooner next time. I made this salad: Spicy Cucumber Salad. I guess you don't need to salt and drain English cukes. It was so salty that we couldn't tell if we would have liked it. The baby potatoes and Mateus were delicious.

Drat, Taxy. I always rinse my cukes as I too find them too salty for salads.
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Old 07-19-2015, 12:15 AM   #20
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Mexican take out. 3 rolled beef taquitos with lettuce. cheese and guacamole. They didn't over fry them either.
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