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Old 12-16-2006, 09:28 AM   #1
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Wink Dinner Sat. Dec. 16

Grandsons are coming, (9 & 2) making porcupine balls, mashed potatoes, green beans and garlic bread (made from toasted hamburger buns) - Yum ! Ice ceam cones for the boys !

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Barb - that sounds great! Have fun! DD is having a "party" - I made her whittle the list down to 18 14-year olds! Dinner will be pizza, chips, cupcakes, and slushy drinks.
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Breaded Scampi and Lobster tails, with Fries and 4-cheese Coleslaw
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Old 12-16-2006, 10:41 AM   #4
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Tonight will be fried catfish...hushpupies...maybe a few sweet pot fries...mustard greens with turnip roots...Ya'll come!!
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Breaded Scampi and Lobster tails, with Fries and 4-cheese Coleslaw
Yum ! < and how far are you? When is dinner, my favorite!
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Barb - that sounds great! Have fun! DD is having a "party" - I made her whittle the list down to 18 14-year olds! Dinner will be pizza, chips, cupcakes, and slushy drinks.
18 ! 14 yr. olds, you are one brave lady !! Have a great time !
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dinner`s after 7pm, that`s when we put my daughter to bed, and yes everything`s done now bar the actual Cooking part, and of course knowing my track record there will be More than enough made for 2 or even 3 people, I tend to cook for an Army :)
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YT, your dinner sounds yummy! Haven't eaten lobsters for a long time. Can I gatecrash?
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Soup Or Chili
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Set another plate at your dinner table YT ! Never heard of cheese in coleslaw before.

Dinner for us is Rotisserie chicken, potatoe pancakes, broccoli.
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