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Old 09-03-2014, 02:18 AM   #11
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I had blueberries mixed in with a peach and some cherries when I had cottage cheese for breakfast. Does that count?

Sent Himself out to feed the mosquitoes again. He grilled chicken breasts perfectly. I don't know why people complain about them getting dry - it never happens for him. I also made volcano potatoes (twice-baked with bacon on top) and a new side dish. It was fresh corn, grape tomatoes, chives, lemon juice and olive oil, and chunks of cheese. I used colby-jack even though the recipe called for cheddar. The photo with the recipe looked like the corn could have been raw, or maybe lightly steamed, but I used some of the grilled corn from yesterday. All I know is that Himself said I could make that dish again.
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Old 09-03-2014, 05:00 AM   #12
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We were in Maine this past weekend, and the place we usually stay serves Blueberry Pie ( since Maine's state berry is blueberries, and its state dessert is Blueberry pie), but this year there was none to be found. So on Blueberry popsicle day, we picked up a blueberry pie in its honor. Sadly, it was the kind you just kinda pick up at the grocery store. Not the Maine type, but it was better than nothing ( especially when smothered in whipped cream

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