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Old 06-22-2011, 05:23 AM   #51
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Lots of people post last night's dinner, so I always read them. The daily What's Cooking thread is often good for inspiration.

Nice looking burger and buns SB!
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Old 06-22-2011, 10:32 AM   #52
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Here are the dinners from last night. I made Mark breakfast that was scrambled eggs, bacon and a toasted bagel.


I might gross a couple people out. I had a peanut butter and bacon sandwich on a hot dog roll. I grabbed whatever I came to first, because I wanted to eat with Mark and watch Ice Road Truckers that recorded on Sunday night. My dinner wasn't fancy, but it was tasty!
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Old 06-23-2011, 12:07 AM   #53
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Lots of people post last night's dinner, so I always read them. The daily What's Cooking thread is often good for inspiration.

Nice looking burger and buns SB!

Thanks, Zara!
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Old 06-23-2011, 12:39 AM   #54
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Here are the dinners from last night. I made Mark breakfast that was scrambled eggs, bacon and a toasted bagel.


I might gross a couple people out. I had a peanut butter and bacon sandwich on a hot dog roll. I grabbed whatever I came to first, because I wanted to eat with Mark and watch Ice Road Truckers that recorded on Sunday night. My dinner wasn't fancy, but it was tasty!

I grew up eating Peanut Butter and Bacon Sandwiches!! I love them. I just don't eat them too often any more due to health reasons.
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Old 06-23-2011, 08:36 AM   #55
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I grew up eating Peanut Butter and Bacon Sandwiches!! I love them. I just don't eat them too often any more due to health reasons.
My grandfather used to eat peanut butter and sausage patty (breakfast sausage, like Jimmy Dean's) sandwiches on toast. One day when I was out to breakfast, I tried it with bacon. I was in Heaven.



on a different subject..... We had some computer problems yesterday, and I had to use my OLD laptop (over 4 years old now). I added brightness to the pictures after I transferred them from my camera. On Mark's desktop computer, they look soooooo dark. If someone reads this, what does it look like on your end. Are the pictures too dark?
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Old 06-23-2011, 08:40 AM   #56
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My grandfather used to eat peanut butter and sausage patty (breakfast sausage, like Jimmy Dean's) sandwiches on toast. One day when I was out to breakfast, I tried it with bacon. I was in Heaven.



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I spread peanut butter on my toast when eating eggs. It goes well with yolks...
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My grandfather used to eat peanut butter and sausage patty (breakfast sausage, like Jimmy Dean's) sandwiches on toast. One day when I was out to breakfast, I tried it with bacon. I was in Heaven.



on a different subject..... We had some computer problems yesterday, and I had to use my OLD (over 4 years old now). I added brightness to the pictures after I transferred them from my camera. On Mark's desktop computer, they look soooooo dark. If someone reads this, what does it look like on your end. Are the pictures too dark?
My grandfather ate sandwiches with peanut butter on one slice of bread, butter and mashed raw garlic on the other slice, and sliced onions and velveeta in between. I've never really had the inkling to try it.

Also, your pictures look great on my end and I have a really nice monitor and graphics card.
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My grandfather used to eat peanut butter and sausage patty (breakfast sausage, like Jimmy Dean's) sandwiches on toast. One day when I was out to breakfast, I tried it with bacon. I was in Heaven.



on a different subject..... We had some computer problems yesterday, and I had to use my OLD laptop (over 4 years old now). I added brightness to the pictures after I transferred them from my camera. On Mark's desktop computer, they look soooooo dark. If someone reads this, what does it look like on your end. Are the pictures too dark?
The pictures look good. I would say just right - in the middle - not to bright or dark.
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Looks just fine from here.
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