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Old 11-03-2006, 10:20 AM   #1
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Wink Dinner Friday Nov. 3

Shrimp in spicy butter sauce, spagetti w/butter, garlic and fresh grated Romano, salad and crusty bread for mopping up the juices.

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Old 11-03-2006, 10:50 AM   #2
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Shrimp in spicy butter sauce, spagetti w/butter, garlic and fresh grated Romano, salad and crusty bread for mopping up the juices.
...and you live where, and your table holds how many?

For me, I think I'll be on a plane so no dinner. I may take some veggies to work with me so I can eat something though, mustn't 'not' eat.
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Old 11-03-2006, 11:06 AM   #3
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We're having re-runs from last night. The Smoked Teriaki pork, rice and vegies was delicious. We had some pre-sliced fresh mushrooms that needed to be cooked, so Kim sauteed them up and added some to the rice along with the sugar snap peas, pepper strips and bamboo shoots.
I was surprised at how tasty the Lipton packaged rice was...of course it was loaded with sodium, but by the time I added the vegies, it was just about right.
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Old 11-03-2006, 11:33 AM   #4
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Wow, it always amazes me how early you all have your dinner mapped out. I'm usually staring at the freezer midday trying to decide what to thaw. LOL.

I have leftover chili, BBQ chicken casserole and cannelloni in the fridge, but I'm not certain the little portions would feed us all. So now I need to decide whether to do a salmon (and let Kate eat the leftovers as she loathes salmon) or to haul out some ground beef and be creative.

Suggestions are welcomed! I will be checking back regularly as this is such a good idea place for me.
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Old 11-03-2006, 11:38 AM   #5
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...and you live where, and your table holds how many?

For me, I think I'll be on a plane so no dinner. I may take some veggies to work with me so I can eat something though, mustn't 'not' eat.
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Old 11-03-2006, 11:41 AM   #6
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Wow, it always amazes me how early you all have your dinner mapped out. I'm usually staring at the freezer midday trying to decide what to thaw. LOL.

I have leftover chili, BBQ chicken casserole and cannelloni in the fridge, but I'm not certain the little portions would feed us all. So now I need to decide whether to do a salmon (and let Kate eat the leftovers as she loathes salmon) or to haul out some ground beef and be creative.

Suggestions are welcomed! I will be checking back regularly as this is such a good idea place for me.
Lol, there are days I change my menu 2-3 times, but when you are retired, life is pretty slowwwww and easy !
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Old 11-03-2006, 11:45 AM   #7
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Lol, there are days I change my menu 2-3 times, but when you are retired, life is pretty slowwwww and easy !
LOL! Bull pucky! I've seen you retired folks and I get tired just hearing about your exploits!

I think its just that I am not terribly organized. I stay at home MOST of the time so you'd think I could work out a menu a wee bit earlier than "panic time" LOL!
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Mr HB is having leftover chicken fried pork, mashed potatos, corn and rolls....and his starter is pea soup.

I'm having pea soup and corn bread.
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pan-seared salmon fillets with a watercress sauce, brocolli and beans and a few salad potatoes.
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well I Knida had a suspicsion we Might be going out tonight to a firework display, so I dug out a little bag of mini smaoke cured sausages from the Freezer archives (half the bag full of frost too!) and wrapped them in a basic bread dough with added Parmesan cheese, onion and garlic granules, BBQ spice and herbs, layed a sliver of chili pepper on the dough squares and rolled the sausages up in them, I baked them about 45 mins ago, and so i`ll put them in bags and we can eat then as Pocket Food during the display :)

I`m sure most of the cooks here already know that being part Mind-Reader and Future predictor plays a huge part in our lives too :)


although I must confess that Teriyaki Pork Constance is making sounds lovely!, and I know what I`de rather be eating INDOORS IN THE WARM! :)
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