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Old 12-02-2012, 10:12 PM   #31
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TB is still feeling under the weather but didn't want more soup so I got a rotisserie chicken. He had some brown rice, tomatoes and cucumbers with his. I had a whole pile of steamed green beans! It is a vegetable I can have on my new allergy diet and I LOVE them! TB hates them so I never get them but now I will have his share too!
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Old 12-02-2012, 11:04 PM   #32
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Great looking meal Sweet T.

Not going to grill the top sirloin I bought earlier today, not even after looking over at Savannah's sirloin roast. Filled up on quesadillas and that's enough for today.
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Old 12-02-2012, 11:09 PM   #33
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That looks really good. Do you have a recipe for me?
To be honest, I had simply grabbed a bottle of black pepper sauce and kept it in the back for a quick meal. Cut up two chicken breasts, chopped up a head of broccoli and threw them in a hot skillet with the sauce. Diced up green onions and red pepper and threw them in the last few moments. Also, steamed rice. :)

My DH loved it. I told him it would sound like he is supposed to say that but he proclaims its the truth.
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TB is still feeling under the weather but didn't want more soup so I got a rotisserie chicken. He had some brown rice, tomatoes and cucumbers with his. I had a whole pile of steamed green beans! It is a vegetable I can have on my new allergy diet and I LOVE them! TB hates them so I never get them but now I will have his share too!
I hope TB feels better!
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Old 12-02-2012, 11:29 PM   #35
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We went to Casa Grecque. Stirling had lasagna, 'cause he was craving it and they make a pretty good lasagna there. I had filet of sole and langoustines (scampi). It was really, really good. Stirling had red velvet cake for dessert and I had pecan pie. I couldn't finish it, so it's in the fridge.
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I hope TB feels better!
Thanks, Michelle! He is hoping to go back to work tomorrow but I worry as he drives a bus for the elderly/disabled and is in and out of the rain and cold all evening. All the drivers are coming down with colds and flu and if they are sick they can't go in so they don't make each other and the clients sick!
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Old 12-03-2012, 02:44 AM   #37
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My duck was ordinary. I was busy all day, busy while cooking, even busy while eating. I should have made Gran Mariner orange sauce. I should have cooked a whole duck. Legs/thighs are for braising, whole ducks are for roasting. I roasted my duck legs.

At least I had poultry without killing any chickens.
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We went to Casa Grecque. Stirling had lasagna, 'cause he was craving it and they make a pretty good lasagna there. I had filet of sole and langoustines (scampi). It was really, really good. Stirling had red velvet cake for dessert and I had pecan pie. I couldn't finish it, so it's in the fridge.
All sounds lovely Taxy
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Sunday's spaghetti. I like my sauce thick
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Sunday's spaghetti. I like my sauce thick
Oh yeah, that looks like the kind of pasta sauce I like.
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