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Old 04-03-2014, 08:03 PM   #11
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I'm thinking ABTs in the oven and twice baked potato.

I would love to do them on the grill Alix, but it's still under a pile of snow.
Well, that plan went out the window. I grated my finger while I was grating the cheese. It's a tiny cut, but I must have got a capillary, 'cause it took forever to stop bleeding. I don't want to do any more klutzing tonight, so we ordered Indian from a place we want to try out.
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Old 04-03-2014, 08:45 PM   #12
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Well, that plan went out the window. I grated my finger while I was grating the cheese. It's a tiny cut, but I must have got a capillary, 'cause it took forever to stop bleeding. I don't want to do any more klutzing tonight, so we ordered Indian from a place we want to try out.
Whaaaat? Whatever happend to rub some dirt in it and get back on the horse? Or something like that.

My little chicken is coming along nicely. That Greek pasta salad is in the fridge chillin'. And so am I.
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...That Greek pasta salad is in the fridge chillin'. And so am I.
Pac and the salad, chillin' in the fridge. COOL!
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Pac and the salad, chillin' in the fridge. COOL!
Pac's fridge must be bigger than my fridge.

We had leftover sloppy Joe meat and rice with soy sauce from the new little rice cooker.
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Pac and the salad, chillin' in the fridge. COOL!
So many shelves, so little time.
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I saw pac's post of his wings a couple of days ago and then today we got our LCBO (Liquor Control Board of Ontario) magazine and they pictured of all things.....WINGS
So that's what we had. Tried their Japanese Spice wings. A pic is worth a thousand words as they say.
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Whaaaat? Whatever happend to rub some dirt in it and get back on the horse? Or something like that.

My little chicken is coming along nicely. That Greek pasta salad is in the fridge chillin'. And so am I.
So, I'm being a big baby. I still had jalapenos to cut. It took about an hour for it to stop bleeding. I don't like cooking with regular bandaids on my hands. I want the really water proof "quick healing" kind and I don't think it's a good idea to put those on something that is still bleeding a lot. I was also getting hungry, so, waiting for it to stop bleeding before I could finish the prep work... Just didn't appeal.

The Indian food was really, good. We will definitely order from them again.
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...I want the really water proof "quick healing" kind ...

I use the flexible fabric type then put a finger cot on to keep the finger dry and the food not red.
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Well, that plan went out the window. I grated my finger while I was grating the cheese...
Yee-Ouch! Hope the finger is better.

Got home from grocery shopping. Went to put the stash into the 'fridge and...where the crop am I going to put it??? Four containers of leftovers out, groceries in. I'll never get the Cassoulet made! Anyway, I made nice spinach salads for us, then I finished the last bowl of minestrone and Himself was a dear and cleaned up the egg fooey yung and fried rice.
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We had breakfast foods for dinner tonight. We had scrambled eggs, sausage balls, polenta with bacon and cheese in it, grapefruit and cut up Mandarin oranges.

I love breakfast dinners sometimes. In the mornings we are so busy so we usually have cereal, oatmeal, or polenta or grits with toast, applesauce, and fruit.

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