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Old 03-06-2013, 08:50 PM   #41
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i miss unka bob, too.

gg, that place looks interesting. why are all the prices $x.88?

lol, jabbur. the "price is right" is calling.

snip, your sausages sound really good.

and once again, rock, man, that's the stuff!

dw made chicken fajitas and yellow rice tonight. the fajitas were very good using mccormick's fajita seasoning.
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DW and I both came home exhausted - me from hobbling around on crutches and she from volunteering at a homeless shelter all day - so we decided to go out for pasta tonight rather than make it ourselves. We have a nice little authentic trattoria in town. This was the penne with artichokes and scallops. Very tasty. They also make the best Limoncello I've ever had, in or out of Italy.

(((((Steve)))))))))!! I'm with you buddy.....these broken bones will sure feel good when they're mended, (we hope).
We've been getting in each others way in the kitchen but tonight we did good ole hamburgers and my Steve did potato pancakes.
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i miss unka bob, too.
Do you think if I sent him a box of my peppermint patties and "twuffles" he might come back?
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Old 03-06-2013, 10:23 PM   #44
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(((((Steve)))))))))!! I'm with you buddy.....these broken bones will sure feel good when they're mended, (we hope).
KL, you ain't kidding one bit. Misery loves company, dear. Hope you feel better soon!
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Old 03-06-2013, 10:38 PM   #45
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Tonight is a medley of musgoes!

New food tomorrow!

I always think of Uncle Bob and his brown eyed gal on musgoe night.
"New food tomorrow!"

And another one who misses Uncle Bob.
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Old 03-06-2013, 10:39 PM   #46
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I've got some sub rolls to use up. I'm going to head to the store and pick up some frozen meatballs, a jar of chunky Prego and some provolone. Ta-da.
I need the frozen meatballs anyway. I want to make some moinkballs soon.
"moinkballs"???
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"moinkballs"???
Moo and oink. A mix of beef and pork, as far as I can figure out.
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Moo and oink. A mix of beef and pork, as far as I can figure out.
Actually,it's meatballs wrapped in bacon and grilled, usually with the addition of BBQ sauce. Variations abound but the basics are the meatballs and the bacon.
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Actually,it's meatballs wrapped in bacon and grilled, usually with the addition of BBQ sauce. Variations abound but the basics are the meatballs and the bacon.
Will have to try these!
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Mad egg rolls and chicken fried rice.
What did you do to make the egg rolls mad?
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