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Old 07-03-2012, 03:28 AM   #31
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I had some salmon leftover from yesterday, shredded it and mixed just enough mayo and fresh lemon juice to get it to hold together for a cracker spread. Nice cool dinner on another warm evening.

still working on that watermelon cheryl?!!
looks good C,if we ever see the sun again over here i'll probably eat something like that too!
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Old 07-03-2012, 03:31 AM   #32
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scallops,prawns & mussels with fettuccine in a white white/garlic/saffron/chilli & olive oil sauce dressed with basil & washed down with ice cold muscadet.it was nice......

oh harry. you had me at hello...

beautiful dish!


same goes for cheryl.

and taxy, that looks saltfully, sinfully tempting.

and alix, wow! get those clean sheets ready!

wait, that doesn't sound right, just after ken's birthday and all.
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Old 07-03-2012, 04:28 AM   #33
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oh harry. you had me at hello...

beautiful dish!


same goes for cheryl.

and taxy, that looks saltfully, sinfully tempting.

and alix, wow! get those clean sheets ready!

wait, that doesn't sound right, just after ken's birthday and all.
hey bucky
good to hear from you man,thought the storms had gotcha...i know bolas & i bang on about our weather but thank gawd we don't get anything like you guy's do!
the seafood? yeah,every once in a while a meal turns out bob on so i thought i'd show off a l'il bit!!
keep ya powder dry!
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Old 07-03-2012, 04:30 AM   #34
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Lovely meals guys

Tonight we had a chicken stir fry...tasty!
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Old 07-03-2012, 06:13 AM   #35
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Dave, will you please post your recipe for your homemade mint chocolate chip ice cream? My daughter has a mint plant that's going crazy, and has been wanting to try uses for it....mint ice cream being first of all.

....afterthought....Dave, I just realized that it's not necessarily mint leaves that you used, and could be extract. Still would like the recipe, though. lol...
I used mint from my herb garden.. that was the inspiration for making it. I'll post the recipe this evening.
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Old 07-04-2012, 09:11 PM   #36
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Dave, will you please post your recipe for your homemade mint chocolate chip ice cream? My daughter has a mint plant that's going crazy, and has been wanting to try uses for it....mint ice cream being first of all.

....afterthought....Dave, I just realized that it's not necessarily mint leaves that you used, and could be extract. Still would like the recipe, though. lol...
The recipe is posted here Mint Chocolate Chip Ice Cream
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Thank you, Dave! I put it in my favorites and will print it out for daughter tomorrow.

Kylie - mmmm....chicken stir fry. Always a good dish, I love it.
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lol, harry. my dad is always signing off on the phone with some kind of mountain man / cowboy like expression when we talk.

he uses, "watch your topknot", or "keep your nose in the wind", or " keep your eye on the skyline" , or "don't go off half cocked, or "keep your wits about you"" a lot.

i'm going to use "keep your powder dry" as a response this week.

he's 89 years old today. and to this day, he still wishes he went farther west when he left ireland and landed in nyc.
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lol, harry. my dad is always signing off on the phone with some kind of mountain man / cowboy like expression when we talk.

he uses, "watch your topknot", or "keep your nose in the wind", or " keep your eye on the skyline" , or "don't go off half cocked, or "keep your wits about you"" a lot.

i'm going to use "keep your powder dry" as a response this week.

he's 89 years old today. and to this day, he still wishes he went farther west when he left ireland and landed in nyc.
happy birthday to your dad bt,89 eh? that's a good innings & hopefully a few more runs to score! dad was 92 & mum is still going @ 96....she reckons 97 and,you know what? when you get to that age you've earned the right to be william shakespeare if you want so an extra year?oy!
i've got a lot of gay friends & they very often sign off with "keep ya tongue out"......probably not butch enough for your dad tho'!.
impressed with your arsenal of fireworks bt....any windows left in your neighbourhood?
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