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Old 04-17-2017, 09:05 PM   #11
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We ended up with the pulled chicken. Roasted the potato wedges with Spice House Florida Seasoned Pepper. Pretty good stuff.


Edited "hmmm": I know I posted the photo when I created the post on my tablet. Apparently it is printed with invisible ink...or invisible link.
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Old 04-17-2017, 09:54 PM   #12
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Sesame chicken over rice. I was surprised at how fast this came together and now it's in the oven. This is another new recipe, so we'll see how this one turns out. Unfortunately, I don't have any sesame seeds.
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Old 04-17-2017, 10:49 PM   #13
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Made a big pasta salad with leftover ham, cheese, etc. and grilled pastrami, sauerkraut, cheese sliders with fresh strawberries and cantaloupe as the fruit. Got rid of the veggies in the crisper, the leftover ham and pastrami, and dinner rolls and the roasted beet-roasted radish salad. Sometimes this is how I rock and this is how I roll. If I could just get rid of all the leftover desserts. I still have to make cream of asparagus soup from the leftover asparagus, after that I should be good to drag something else out of the freezer.
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Old 04-17-2017, 11:22 PM   #14
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I went to the ballpark tonight to watch the Twins take on Cleveland. Although the Twins lost, it was still a fun evening out. This was dinner. Mine was the sausage sampler on the right.

...And before anyone says anything, the answer is no, I don't drink Bud Light. Or any beer. It came as a chaser with the Bloody Mary.

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Old 04-17-2017, 11:43 PM   #15
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Does that bloody Mary on the left have a burger on it? Beats the heck out of a celery stalk.
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Old 04-18-2017, 03:10 AM   #16
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Monday is our Costco shopping day because TB works the early shift. I think you all know by now that we are very limited in what we can eat. Well, Monday has become our "Costco-pig-out-on-all-the-junk-food-you-want-for supper night". So, while he parked the van, I went into the food court and ordered for the two of us:
10 wings
1 poutine
1 ham & pineapple pizza slice
1 polish dog
2 drinks
2 sundaes (mine plain vanilla, TB's berry)

We came home with 1/3 of the poutine and most of my drink (ice tea). And yes, we are paying for it tonight, but hey, it's worth it!
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Old 04-18-2017, 07:39 AM   #17
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Monday is our Costco shopping day because TB works the early shift. I think you all know by now that we are very limited in what we can eat. Well, Monday has become our "Costco-pig-out-on-all-the-junk-food-you-want-for supper night". So, while he parked the van, I went into the food court and ordered for the two of us:
10 wings
1 poutine
1 ham & pineapple pizza slice
1 polish dog
2 drinks
2 sundaes (mine plain vanilla, TB's berry)

We came home with 1/3 of the poutine and most of my drink (ice tea). And yes, we are paying for it tonight, but hey, it's worth it!
Brought a smile to my face... We don't buy bulk anymore so seldom shop at Costco... but... We still drop in once or twice a month for a polish dog and drink for $1.50... I've been hooked on their polish dogs for years...Best value in our area...
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Old 04-18-2017, 08:33 PM   #18
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Brought a smile to my face... We don't buy bulk anymore so seldom shop at Costco... but... We still drop in once or twice a month for a polish dog and drink for $1.50... I've been hooked on their polish dogs for years...Best value in our area...
Yes, that's why we eat there. The ice cream is the best quality for the best price anywhere around! But the polish and a drink is number 1!
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