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Old 12-18-2012, 06:38 PM   #21
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Stirling seems to be coming down with a cold, so he doesn't feel much like eating. I'm making leek and potato soup and I will have a ham sandwich with that. I'm not sure if Stirling will have anything with his soup.
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Old 12-18-2012, 06:45 PM   #22
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We decided to eat in at our timeshare rental tonight. I made pan-fried ribeye, asparagus, and orange-ginger salad.
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Old 12-18-2012, 06:51 PM   #23
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I want pizza... One of my buddies told me he has been playing around with a pizza with country fried steak on it and sausage gravy as the sauce.. so now i want pizza and need to do some experimenting soon..
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Lingunie with white clam sauce and clam cakes.
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Stirling seems to be coming down with a cold, so he doesn't feel much like eating. I'm making leek and potato soup and I will have a ham sandwich with that. I'm not sure if Stirling will have anything with his soup.
The leek and potato soup turned out absolutely delicious. It's a nice, hearty soup for this time of year and so easy to make.

We both had pâté on whole grain toast. Stirling had his with Gruyère. I had some Gruyère on one end of mine. Sounds wrong. It was pretty good, but I won't be doing that often. The Gruyère didn't shine and it sort of overwhelmed the flavour of the pâté.
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The leek and potato soup turned out absolutely delicious. It's a nice, hearty soup for this time of year and so easy to make.

We both had pâté on whole grain toast. Stirling had his with Gruyère. I had some Gruyère on one end of mine. Sounds wrong. It was pretty good, but I won't be doing that often. The Gruyère didn't shine and it sort of overwhelmed the flavour of the pâté.
It sounds like a nice meal. I haven't had pate in years.
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Old 12-18-2012, 07:42 PM   #27
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DH and I had dinner with my good friend tonight. We had calamari with marinara for an appetizer, then I had the fried shrimp dinner and DH had their special - a foot-long hot dog with homemade chips. Now we're home; may have an ice-cream sandwich in a bit.
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Old 12-18-2012, 07:43 PM   #28
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I just finished making a fritatta (tiny sweet peppers, jalapeno, couple slices of bacon crumbled up w/ smoked gouda). I'll throw a salad together & toast up the last of the kalamata bread I made Sunday and call it done.
That sounds really nice
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DH and I had dinner with my good friend tonight. We had calamari with marinara for an appetizer, then I had the fried shrimp dinner and DH had their special - a foot-long hot dog with homemade chips. Now we're home; may have an ice-cream sandwich in a bit.
I don't believe I've ever been in a place that has both calamari and hot dogs, let alone foot longs, on the same menu. That place rocks!
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I don't believe I've ever been in a place that has both calamari and hot dogs, let alone foot longs, on the same menu. That place rocks!
Yup, it's not bad for a bar Half-price drinks from 4-7 p.m., daily dinner specials, homemade potato chips, 50-cent tacos on Wednesdays, half-price pizzas on Thursdays, usually not too loud ... good stuff
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