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Old 07-27-2010, 09:21 PM   #11
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Did nothing but can beans of all sorts today, so a lazy supper. A thick ham slice on the grill, veggie plate of radishes and green onions, steamed wax beans (left from said day of canning), yellow squash casserole, corn-on-the-cob, iced tea, and frozen lime pie for dessert.

As our grandson said, Everything came from our "land." Except the ham slice.
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Old 07-27-2010, 09:28 PM   #12
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Beth, your pizza looks wonderful.
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Dad bought dinner tonight in honour of his coming home....yes after three months and many times when we thought we would lose him, he is home! We were going for Chinese, but our favourite place is closed for their vacation and so we "settled" for A&W. It was all the more tasty because we were once again home eating as a family!
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Dad bought dinner tonight in honour of his coming home....yes after three months and many times when we thought we would lose him, he is home! We were going for Chinese, but our favourite place is closed for their vacation and so we "settled" for A&W. It was all the more tasty because we were once again home eating as a family!

That's a great day, LP!
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We're having ceviche tonight. And beer, of course.... :D
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I had some mesquite chicken breasts left so chopped them up and heated them and tossed them on salads.
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Spanish stew of onions garlic potatoes chorizo and paprika (olive oil and water) fresh green and wax beans and fresh corn.

Sounds good. Do you care to share the recipe?
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Did nothing but can beans of all sorts today, so a lazy supper. A thick ham slice on the grill, veggie plate of radishes and green onions, steamed wax beans (left from said day of canning), yellow squash casserole, corn-on-the-cob, iced tea, and frozen lime pie for dessert.

As our grandson said, Everything came from our "land." Except the ham slice.
What is so lazy about that meal. Looks to me you put plenty of work in it. Sounds good too!

I had a Pork Chop, Parsley Potatoes and Lemon Pepper Green Beans.
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