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Old 10-25-2013, 08:53 PM   #41
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I had a rib eye steak and green beans. Stirling is at a role playing game and he doesn't like green beans and isn't big on slab-o-beef.
I'm not a fan of "slab-o-beef" myself but I love green beans!

In my place, if I want prawns, I have to tell Ollie to sling his hook and do his own food - he simply won't eat them! (Trouble is, that just makes me feel mean so I hardly ever get to eat prawns!)
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I'm not a fan of "slab-o-beef" myself but I love green beans!

In my place, if I want prawns, I have to tell Ollie to sling his hook and do his own food - he simply won't eat them! (Trouble is, that just makes me feel mean so I hardly ever get to eat prawns!)
Stirling doesn't like arthropods. I know what you mean about feeling mean, so almost never eating it. In my case it's shrimp, langoustines, crab, lobster, crayfish, am I forgetting any of the yummy arthropods?
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Old 10-25-2013, 08:58 PM   #43
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Old 10-25-2013, 09:26 PM   #44
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Having looked up your Orange Roughy, it is one scary looking fish Pac! (And I am not fond of its other name "Slimehead"!)
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Old 10-26-2013, 12:13 AM   #45
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I think I'm going to make a dish my mom used to make. It's basically a tex-mex shepherds pie. One layer of browned gr. beef or turkey seasoned with a packet of taco seasoning. One layer of frozen corn. Top layer is mashed potato's doctored up with cheddar cheese. A bit unusual but a tasty dish.
Instead of the mashed, cut the corn amount in half, add a can of diced tomatoes to the spiced burger and top with cornbread batter.
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Old 10-26-2013, 12:15 AM   #46
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I got a call from Shrek, just before I left work, begging for Wendy's, burger, fries and chocolate frosty...that's what we had for dinner.
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Old 10-26-2013, 03:57 AM   #47
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Here's something you might like, too, CG. It's a nice one pot meal and kind of similar to your bubble and squeak.
Pierogi Skillet Recipe | Taste of Home
Looks interesting, easily doable, and sounded good to Himself. I've saved the link to my "Soon-to-be-Dinners" folder. Not sure how "soon" soon it though!

The Bubble and Squeak was good, but it lacked for beauty. Being of Polish heritage I went a little too heavy on the cabbage. Hmm, patties? I think not! I just did the alternate cooking method, patting it down into the pan and browning nicely, flipping and browning, and flipping onto our plates. Twice. But nothing that looked like a patty...and nothing left for the freezer. Sorry pac And Harry, on those photos? Saturday, scout's honor - I hope!

BTW pac, looks like you had grilled romaine with your dinner. Did you do it outside, or did you cook it on the stove? Himself's grilled it a couple times outside but I was thinking of doing on my Lodge griddle this winter. Still looks yummy!
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Old 10-26-2013, 03:58 AM   #48
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Wendy's chocolate frosty - the best reason to stop! Ran in yesterday for a 4-count chicken no-gut order because I was starving and almost bought one of those coupon booklets for me! $1 for ten coupons for small frosties? Winner!
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Har ha Harry!! (You do understand I am not going to be a police officer, right? I am joining the police college as a Programme Co-ordinator!)
....yep,but them tramps pop up in the least expected places ociffer!!
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Something went awry and my blackened fish didn't blacken, but it was good nonetheless. Could've sworn the pan was hot enough
looks damn tasty to me pac,like the skewer of prawn's too,what?,ok ok SHRIMP then....good looking plate!
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