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Old 03-03-2008, 10:06 PM   #31
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crockpot pork country ribs, roasted potatoes, and corn muffins , i put green chilies and whole kernal corn. oh and green beans. have lemon pit for dessert store bought.

had company and everyone said, just wonderful


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Old 03-04-2008, 12:06 AM   #32
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Chicken-vegetable stirfry, beensprout with something else smaller stirfry, salad, soup and some kind of noodles. I didn't make this meal, my father did. For dessert, remaining blueberry pie from yesterday and ice cream with chocolate sauce.

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Old 03-04-2008, 07:35 AM   #33
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lefse, thanks for your input. i was kinda funny about using shrimp in the lasagna as well. btw, they weren'tthat big, 20 count per pound, for $6.99 per pound. i think that you were thinking of u-10's. they had those monsters, but at $11.99 per pound?!yikes!

jill, i thought the same thing about chopping up the shrimp. thanks for the tip.

in any case, i never got around to making the lasagna. i'm still feeling really crappy - kinda beat up, so we just had italian take out. salads, cavatelli and broccoli, veal sorrentino, and sweet sausage.

hopefully, tonight i'll make the lasagna, sans shrimp.

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