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Old 06-11-2008, 10:28 PM   #21
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It's Wednesday night dinner with friends. We're going to an Indian restaurant tonight, and I've decided to try goat curry. Now that I've said it publicly, I have to follow through Expect a report later tonight.
Well, I tried it and it was good, I guess. It was a bit difficult to taste the flavor of the meat through the spicy curry, but I enjoyed it. What I did not enjoy was all the bones. There were lots of fairly large bones, like a rib cut, and a few tiny ones that were really unappetizing. Okay, I've done it - I don't think I'll order it again.

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Old 06-11-2008, 11:39 PM   #22
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BuckyT, you may have gone to the circus but we had it come to our house!!!! DD's Fiance checked himself out of the hospital today and they ended up here around noon. None of us thought he was well enough but he wasn't having any of it. Then DH and I had to go to my specialist appointment and weren't back until 6 so DD had to feed the border for us so we just got in two of those "we make'em, you bake'em pizzas and it turned out that all 6 of us ate seperately due to differing schedules.

The pizza wasn't bad, but I think I will stick to I make'em and I bake'em!

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