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Old 02-12-2008, 09:03 AM   #1
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Dinner, Tues. Feb.12

Today is DH birthday, I will fix him steak, shrimp, asparagus, baked potato, salad and warm sour dough bread. I bought myself some smelt yesterday, so I am having smelt, fries and salad. ( Dh doesn't care for fish - )
Cake and ice cream for dessert.

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Old 02-12-2008, 09:08 AM   #2
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Hope your DH has a nice birthday Barb!!

I made potato and leek soup tonight (been delaying it for days waiting for fridge and freezer space) so while it was cooking had some hummus and Melba toasts but as that didn't hit the spot, we decided to have dessert while we were waiting for the soup to finish. Dessert was slices of Viennetta log which is basically just icecream and a bit of chocolate, served with caramel sauce. (Another attempt to clear the freezer.)
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Old 02-12-2008, 09:18 AM   #3
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happy birthday mr. "el"!!!!

i think we're going here tonight: Charlie Brown's Dinner Menu

no paritcular reason except dw has 2-fer-1 coupons, and kids eat free.

it's a toss up between the double cut prime rib, and the angus porterhouse.

with the 6 layer chocolate cake for dessert.


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Old 02-12-2008, 09:20 AM   #4
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DH and I both have classes tonight, so we're having leftover baked chicken cacciatore from Sunday. Just need to cook up some more pasta and make a couple of salads when I get home around 7:30.
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Old 02-12-2008, 10:06 AM   #5
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tonight is a grass fed beef delmonico with baked potato and peas and salad. simple but tasty. I like balsamic vinegar salt and peper on my tater...no fat, low cal and yummy.
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Oh, everyone's meals so far sound great... well, except the smelt BarbL, sorry. Hope your DH has a very Happy Birthday!

I have some fresh herbs (rosemary, basil, thyme and oregano) left from making the focaccia yesterday and pork chops are on the menu so I am going to have fun there - maybe a fresh herb and wild rice stuffing. Probably baked potatoes, carrots, salad and I promised our border biscuits.
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tonight is a grass fed beef delmonico with baked potato and peas and salad. simple but tasty. I like balsamic vinegar salt and peper on my tater...no fat, low cal and yummy.
I'll be having ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^this
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Sheesh. It's snowing, DW took the car in to the shop for repairs, and there is ZIPPO in the house. I'm not ready to go for a two and a half mile walk in the snow in 20 degrees, so tonight, it's steak-ums and white bread. Might even have a bag of tater tot's laying around somewhere. shold go quite nicely with the chocolate chip cheese cake I made this morning, with a chocolate shell hiding a layer of caramel on top of it... You can guarantee I'll be pretending that it's grass fed beef delmonico though... sigh.
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My Red head daughter's birthday today! So, I'll take her out tonight along with the DW for Valentines...Two birds with one stone!!
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