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Old 06-18-2015, 10:13 PM   #21
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It's either the "pot of pig" that I planned for yesterday's supper. If Stirling still isn't in the mood for that, it will be date night and the pork will go back in the freezer.
So, it was Linda's pot of pork with mashed potatoes, salad with a creamy vinaigrette, and beets with a lemon and butter sauce. We had Mateus with that. It turned out especially good.
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Old 06-18-2015, 10:15 PM   #22
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very nice
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Old 06-18-2015, 10:50 PM   #23
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Pretty dinner pictures you guys! I was so hungry I just went ahead and ate.

Just want to thank all of you guys for making me feel better. I'm guessing I was the customer with a question who found her last nerve. I didn't get there until just after three, so she probably had reached her limit of inquiring crabs.

Now on to wining, so I stop my whining. It's way after 5 'o clock.
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Oh yeah...dinner! SousChef cleaned a pound of big shrimp. I'm going to saute' some red and green bell pepper along with some sliced onions, and then add the shrimp and green onions with a jar of Trader Joe's "Thai Green Curry simmer sauce". We'll serve it over some Jasmine rice.

We really like that simmer sauce!!
Great looking meals tonight people!

Here's a picture of ours.....

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Great looking meals tonight people!

Here's a picture of ours.....

Looks yummy. Is that garnished with parsley or cilantro?
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It's cilantro Taxi, because we love it. It could easily be parsley for those who don't. It's also garnished with black sesame seeds, although I don't think they have much flavor, they look so dramatic...
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Looks yummy. Is that garnished with parsley or cilantro?
Cilantro. I make a weekly trek to a local Mexican market to buy fresh cilantro. I tried growing it, but a 50 cents a bunch it is not worth my time LOL.
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It's cilantro Taxi, because we love it. It's also garnished with black sesame seeds, although I don't think they have much flavor, they look so dramatic...

That looks wonderful.
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Joey, Linda, and Kay...your dinners look amazing. I've gotten some other ideas from tonight's dinners that I'm pondering, too.
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