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Old 03-08-2016, 09:57 PM   #11
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Joey, you're such a tease. I haven't been able to view some of your images lately. Not all, just some.

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...I cant wait for busy season to be over so I can get back in the kitchen on a daily basis.
I'm guessing you might prepare taxes? A friend of mine used to work at a small accounting business. About this time each year she started counting down the days to April 15.

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The rice in my chicken soup from the other day managed to absorb all of the broth from the soup. Add more broth? Nope. Decided to turn it into a ginned-up version of Chicken Perlo. All I did was saute a sweet onion, add cut up kielbasa and cooked to brown, then add in the tub of soup and the chicken left over from last night's supper. It was *burp* pretty good! Used the greens from a bunch of kohlrabi and sauteed them with some pieces of bacon. I guess with temperatures in the 60s today, I thought I was living in the south.
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Old 03-09-2016, 01:33 AM   #12
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We had Asian takeout tonight...just passable, but a night off from the kitchen.
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Old 03-09-2016, 02:30 AM   #13
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We had Andy's Italian sausage soup. That is such a hearty, tasty soup that we didn't need any bread or anything else to go with it. Here's a pic from the previous time I made it. I guess I didn't add any pasta last time. This time I used wholewheat fusilli instead of the ditali (haven't seen that in wholewheat).
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Old 03-09-2016, 05:39 AM   #14
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We had some frozen/fresh tortellini in a roasted garlic cream sauce and a salad.
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Old 03-09-2016, 07:16 AM   #15
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I'm guessing you might prepare taxes? A friend of mine used to work at a small accounting business. About this time each year she started counting down the days to April 15.
Close - I'm an auditor. Just so happens that my busy season lines up with tax season. Fortunately, I am (mostly) done at the end of this month!
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Old 03-09-2016, 07:48 AM   #16
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We had Andy's Italian sausage soup. That is such a hearty, tasty soup that we didn't need any bread or anything else to go with it. Here's a pic from the previous time I made it. I guess I didn't add any pasta last time. This time I used wholewheat fusilli instead of the ditali (haven't seen that in wholewheat).
Thanks for the link!

I will give this a try, minus the pasta or maybe substitute a can of beans!
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Pressure cooked riblets w/BBQ sauce (HM) & a salad.



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Pork&apple burger flavoured with cumin. Served with coleslaw and jacket potato.

ps. I never photograph meals - with one exception - a fantastic pudding that I ate last year in Lisbon.
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