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Old 07-17-2012, 06:37 PM   #21
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DATE NIGHT!!! Ken and I are going out to a movie and I think we're going for wings first. Woohoo!! Buffalo for me and bbq for him.
Alix, I hope you both have a wonderful night out, what are you going to see? Enjoy your wings

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Old 07-17-2012, 06:55 PM   #22
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Alix, I hope you both have a wonderful night out, what are you going to see? Enjoy your wings
Not sure yet. I'd like to see Safety Not Guaranteed, or the Avengers. Ken might lobby for Ted though. I'm cool with anything really.
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Old 07-17-2012, 07:01 PM   #23
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Cold Beer........
Fajitas.......Shicken & Flat Iron....
Zucchini Bread for D-Zert..................
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We have a severe thunderstorm warning and the skies are looking very threatening. Unless that storm comes and goes within the next hour, we are not going out. We'll just order from Mr. Falafel.
So, I ordered from Mr. Falafel: one shish taouk platter and one falafel platter. That stuff is sooooo good. Of course, by the time the food arrived, the sun came out.

Mojitos for dessert. I had to do something with that mint growing in my backyard.
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Old 07-17-2012, 07:42 PM   #25
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Home made jalapeno cheese burgers smoked over mesquite with home made hamburger dressing. Can't have hamburgers without hamburger dressing!
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Home made jalapeno cheese burgers smoked over mesquite with home made hamburger dressing. Can't have hamburgers without hamburger dressing!
What do you put in your hamburger dressing?
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Old 07-17-2012, 09:36 PM   #27
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What do you put in your hamburger dressing?
Sour cream, mayo, apple cider vinegar, tomato paste, insane amounts of dill and suitable spices for the situation. Pickled beets.

Fabulous with cow juice!
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Old 07-17-2012, 10:05 PM   #28
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We felt like celebrating just for the fun of it tonight. We went out for Tenderloin steaks at an old Italian family restaurant in St Paul. The only thing Italian about them is they are so nice, (the owner checked on us twice), the oversize food portions and the courtesy hors'd-ourves they serve once you are seated. Very limited menu and nothing Italian about it.

I brought home our entire garlic toast bread basket, about 2/3 of my steak and half a baked potato, as did DxW, except she didn't want any of the bread. Her loss when it comes time for steak sammies, I guess.

We did save room for some spumoni ice cream dishes for dessert.

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Old 07-17-2012, 11:29 PM   #29
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We felt like celebrating just for the fun of it tonight. We went out for Tenderloin steaks at an old Italian family restaurant in St Paul.
We were at Mancini's just a few weeks ago. I like that place. Very old school. I don't think they've changed the carpeting since the 1960s, but they sure know how to make a steak.
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Not sure yet. I'd like to see Safety Not Guaranteed, or the Avengers. Ken might lobby for Ted though. I'm cool with anything really.
I am sure you will enjoy any one of them
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