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Old 03-01-2013, 05:47 PM   #11
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Steak, asparagus, cauliflower.
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Cuban style pork roast. Slathered with garli-cumin-salt past and marinated in fresh sour orange juice.
This is a favorite of mine. I use this recipe. Would you share yours?
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My daughter wants me to make a thing called Taco bake. I have researched a few recipes and found what she described. I think. I'll let you know how it turned out tomorrow. Good night, all.
Complete turn around. We went with mussels steamed in white wine,w/ garlic, butter and other goodies. Some spaghetti with olive oil and a green salad....what a difference a day makes..
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We're having Chinese take-out tonight.
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Oven baked tandoori chicken, curried rice pilaf, and palak paneer.

I don't know where my wife found these free range chicken breasts but they are HUGE. This bird's name must have been "Dolly"
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I was going to try to squeeze in some mussels myself this weekend.

How did you do a turnaround to mussels, Rock? Did you make a store run?
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I was going to try to squeeze in some mussels myself this weekend.

How did you do a turnaround to mussels, Rock? Did you make a store run?
I went into town to pick up my daughter from school. Normally, she takes the bus. Dipped into the grocery store to pick up a couple of things and there they were. I know she likes them as much as I do, and I didn't want a big pan of leftover taco bake in the oven on the weekend. We're not home tomorrow and I have a slab of fresh pork-belly planned for Sunday...lol....
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Complete turn around. We went with mussels steamed in white wine,w/ garlic, butter and other goodies. Some spaghetti with olive oil and a green salad....what a difference a day makes..
Yum, I love mussels.

Still in the hospital. DH is bringing me a turkey-apple club sandwich from one of my favorite restaurants. He will be having the Greek lamb hoagie.

http://thetentop.com/
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I went into town to pick up my daughter from school. Normally, she takes the bus. Dipped into the grocery store to pick up a couple of things and there they were. I know she likes them as much as I do, and I didn't want a big pan of leftover taco bake in the oven on the weekend. We're not home tomorrow and I have a slab of fresh pork-belly planned for Sunday...lol....
One thing about mussels, there's never any leftover!
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Yum, I love mussels.

Still in the hospital. DH is bringing me a turkey-apple club sandwich from one of my favorite restaurants. He will be having the Greek lamb hoagie.

http://thetentop.com/
Oh dear, GG. Hope you get out soon and can have some mussels, though your dinner sounds great!

We're debating, Friday night we usually go out to eat.
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