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Old 12-18-2008, 12:53 PM   #11
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Changing up my mind again! It is definitely a corn chowder day with plenty of potatoes, corn and bacon in it!
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Old 12-18-2008, 12:55 PM   #12
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Leftover hamburger pie. It was great yesterday and will be better today!
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Old 12-18-2008, 12:58 PM   #13
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Leftover hamburger pie. It was great yesterday and will be better today!
What happened to your thawing pork roast?
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Old 12-18-2008, 01:05 PM   #14
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I am going with the GOONS WITH SPOONS - Baked Ziti some one posted a week or two ago. After looking at the last picture I was sold. It looked really good!

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Before it started to thaw I put it back in the freezer because I needed comfort food!

I'm so glad I did. :)
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Old 12-18-2008, 01:08 PM   #16
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Before it started to thaw I put it back in the freezer because I needed comfort food!

I'm so glad I did. :)
Same with me and my chicken today.
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Cold and snow can do that to you Laurie! How is your weather day?
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Something I like but rarely have: Sloppy Joes.
(Anyone with a goood SJ recipe, feel free to PM me, or its package mix time...)
With some Smokey Bacon Peppers Onions Lima Beans, and Corn with butter and pepper.
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Just yesterday I was wondering how to make sloppy joes, GF. I haven't had those in ages and I'm looking for a new way to use up buns.

Right now I'm eating a bowl of lazy golumpki and it's hitting the spot. I've had a chill all day. I just picked up some snow crab legs on sale at the store for $4.99/lb. That's $2 off of their advertised sale price. I might have some of those for dinner or maybe a frozen pizza. It all depends what I'm in the mood for. I have some legs in the fridge thawing just in case.
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Just yesterday I was wondering how to make sloppy joes, GF. I haven't had those in ages and I'm looking for a new way to use up buns.

Right now I'm eating a bowl of lazy golumpki and it's hitting the spot. I've had a chill all day. I just picked up some snow crab legs on sale at the store for $4.99/lb. That's $2 off of their advertised sale price. I might have some of those for dinner or maybe a frozen pizza. It all depends what I'm in the mood for. I have some legs in the fridge thawing just in case.
Thanks for my whiplash (and laugh) for the day, Pacanis. I read that as "wondering how to make sloppy joes GF. As in Gluten Free. Then I saw "a new way to use up buns", hence the whiplash!!! I then re-read, saw the comma and the post above from Grilling Fool, and
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