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Old 08-26-2015, 10:55 PM   #11
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...Your super duper Chef's Salad sounds spectacular CG!!
Thank you, Kayelle. It was lovely to look at, which we didn't do for long, because it was also delicious to eat. After all that wholesome food, though, I sure could go for a hot fudge sundae about now.
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Old 08-26-2015, 10:59 PM   #12
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That's just flat out beautiful CG...what kind of dressing?
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Old 08-26-2015, 11:04 PM   #13
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Lovely salad, CG! Good for you to find room for a sundae!
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Old 08-26-2015, 11:21 PM   #14
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Thanks, ladies! It tasted even better than it looked.

What, Kayelle, you don't recognize a Trader Joe's dressing? It's their "Romano Caesar Dressing". It's one of Himself's favorites. If I'm lucky, I'm able to snag one use out of it before the bottle is empty.

Dawg, there was NO room for a sundae. Just because my taste buds want it doesn't mean they get it. Besides, my favorite way is spooning thick hot fudge over coffee ice cream. No hot fudge (and too lazy to make any), no coffee ice cream. If I burp enough, I can scoop once from the vanilla with a soup spoon and drizzle a little Hershey's syrup over it. "Soup Spoon Sundae" is sometimes enough.
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Thanks, ladies! It tasted even better than it looked.

What, Kayelle, you don't recognize a Trader Joe's dressing? It's their "Romano Caesar Dressing". It's one of Himself's favorites. If I'm lucky, I'm able to snag one use out of it before the bottle is empty.
That looks great, CG! I decided against the Asian slaw salad this evening and ended up with almost exactly the same salad as you and Himself, except without the shrimp. Even used the same dressing.

Kay....you have to try this salad dressing of which CG speaks. It's fabulous.
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That sure is a pretty salad CG.

I wanted to make Andy's Ranch Potato Salad, but I was missing too many ingredients, so I made my regular potato salad using homemade mayo and added the bacon and sliced eggs. Neither of us were very hungry, so that was our entire supper. It was quite good. We had homemade orange ice cream for dessert.
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Old 08-27-2015, 12:43 AM   #17
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That looks great, CG! I decided against the Asian slaw salad this evening and ended up with almost exactly the same salad as you and Himself, except without the shrimp. Even used the same dressing.

Kay....you have to try this salad dressing of which CG speaks. It's fabulous.
Holy cow, there's something I've missed at TJ's? It's on my list for next week!
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