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Old 12-11-2018, 11:25 PM   #11
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I'm in San Diego again tonight. I had a good shepherd's pie at a very nice British pub for lunch, and a tasty chicken parm sandwich tonight for dinner.

I am currently having a drink with the window open in my hotel room, in downtown San Diego. It is a bit loud, but I can shut the window when I go to bed.

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LOL, you had a John 10:14 pie...
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Old 12-12-2018, 12:10 AM   #12
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LOL, you had a John 10:14 pie...
I don't know if the name of the guy who cooked my shepherd's pie was John, but he did a good job -- with or without divine intervention.

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Old 12-12-2018, 12:11 AM   #13
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Lame, so lame.

What was the pie made from, I wonder?
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Old 12-12-2018, 01:13 AM   #14
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Tonight was Our Last Supper...the last time my SIL and her hubby will grace our table here in MA. Their moving van will be taking their belongings on Thursday, with them following in hot pursuit. We had them over for a nice meal and an evening of talk. Thursday AM is going to come awfully early.

I made smothered chicken (mushrooms, onion, peppers, mozz cheese), steamed broccoli (BIL's favorite), and really creamy mashed potatoes. The piece de resistance was apple pie with vanilla bean ice cream. Thankfully, it was a good crust day. We also put down nearly two bottles of wine - hence, dinner two days before the movers.
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Old 12-12-2018, 07:12 AM   #15
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Last Night's Fat Pork Loin Chop with a KC-Style Drizzle, Mashed Baby Reds with a Creamed Corn Gravy, Peas 'n Pearls...


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Annual condo board holiday dinner. We went to a different restaurant. I had meatballs as an appetizer. Spaghetti carbonara as the main course and tiramisu and cappuccino for dessert.
I wish I had an appetite like that. I am lucky to be able to eat a regular size chop.
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One of my throw together meals, but it turned out great.


I browned a small beef roast in olive oil, then added sliced onions to soften and caramelize them. Once that was done, I threw in a good amount of large celery chunks, a healthy bit of chopped carrots and about half dozen quartered Yukon Gold potatoes. Drizzled some broth over everything and put in the oven, uncovered, to cook low and slow.


It was so good we ate the whole thing up.
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Chicken noodle and vege soup with crispy chicken skin garnish.
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