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Old 04-15-2015, 10:04 PM   #11
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I gave Himself a choice between a mushroom-cheese omelet and baon-fried potato breakfast-for-dinner, or chicken ala king. The winner dinner:
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Thank you! The soup was a Mickey Mouse recipe from EPCOT, Canada, Le Cellier, and it was REALLY good.
That looks and sounds really tasty. Any chance of seeing the recipe for that soup?
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Old 04-15-2015, 10:08 PM   #13
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I gave Himself a choice between a mushroom-cheese omelet and baon-fried potato breakfast-for-dinner, or chicken ala king. The winner dinner:
I'm guessing that's the breakfast. Whatever it is, it sure looks tasty.
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I made supper! Yes,it did use up all my spoons, but it was worth it. Salad with tuna and hard boiled eggs and a ranchoid salad dressing.



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Old 04-15-2015, 10:32 PM   #15
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Yours looks good, taxy. However, what is "ranchoid dressing"?

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I'm guessing that's the breakfast. Whatever it is, it sure looks tasty.
Yup, but I added spinach and tomato to my half of the omelet. Himself can take only so much of "healthy".
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Yours looks good, taxy. However, what is "ranchoid dressing"? ...
It's sort of ranch dressing. This time it was mayo, sour cream, garlic puree from a jar, onion powder, and anchovy paste. It's whatever I put together that is sort of like ranch dressing...
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Old 04-16-2015, 03:13 AM   #17
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Ohh my! After seeing all this, I'm embarrassed to say our dinner.

We just had a simple dinner, but one we do love. We had seasoned great northern beans, cornbread, and an odd bowl of cut up canteloupe, apples (honeycrisp), raspberries, and sliced and cut up peaches.

Sometimes we do without meat in our meals but wow...you never have to do without flavor and adapting.
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That looks and sounds really tasty. Any chance of seeing the recipe for that soup?
Sure, I'll type it out later today.

Your dinner looked good too. Shhhh, don't tell anybody, but I ordered Craig some super premium canned tuna as a surprise. Maybe I'll suck it up (normally can't stand canned tuna) and try this in a nicoise or something similar salad if he doesn't want to hog it all for himself, which would be fine too.
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Sure, I'll type it out later today.

Your dinner looked good too. Shhhh, don't tell anybody, but I ordered Craig some super premium canned tuna as a surprise. Maybe I'll suck it up (normally can't stand canned tuna) and try this in a nicoise or something similar salad if he doesn't want to hog it all for himself, which would be fine too.
Thank you and thank you. And, once that tuna arrives, we want a review.
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lamb chops but not sure of what else..
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