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Old 12-14-2014, 05:27 PM   #21
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Ha..I guess I didn't eat last night. Cheryl, you know how to cook a steak right, and I love your mushroom side idea.

WP, your dinner looks like a good one too. I had to chuckle over the label on those British chicken livers, I wonder if your British chickens sound different from ours, although they cluck the same language.
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Old 12-14-2014, 06:01 PM   #22
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Not sure what you're talking about not being a great pic, that looks fantastic, Cheryl!

My fork is damaging my iPad....
Must agree with Dawg, looks wonderful.
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Thanks so much, Kay and S&P. I do love to grill all year 'round.

Wyshiepoo, that looks wonderful. I love how you thought to take a pic of your ingredients.
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Old 12-15-2014, 04:48 AM   #24
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Ha..I guess I didn't eat last night. Cheryl, you know how to cook a steak right, and I love your mushroom side idea.

WP, your dinner looks like a good one too. I had to chuckle over the label on those British chicken livers, I wonder if your British chickens sound different from ours, although they cluck the same language.

Well I assume that the British chickens go "cluck cluck cluck" while American chickens drawl like this "cluuuck cluuuck cluuuck"
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