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Old 06-01-2019, 08:28 PM   #11
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Seems like a two-count container of mini lobster rolls fell into my cart...: We each had one.
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Old 06-01-2019, 09:21 PM   #12
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Good looking and sounding dinners.

It's been kind of a dark and gloomy Saturday here today and I was fighting the urge to take a nap. I ended up with breakfast for dinner - mushroom and asparagus omelet, a couple of sausage links, toasted sourdough with apricot jam, and watermelon.
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Old 06-01-2019, 10:07 PM   #13
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Family coming over again, southern fried chicken, fries and salads. Should keep everybody happy. Desserts prolly store bought loaf n custard.

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Old 06-01-2019, 10:07 PM   #14
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Family coming over again, southern fried chicken, fries and salads. Should keep everybody happy. Desserts prolly store bought loaf n custard.

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Old 06-01-2019, 10:20 PM   #15
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It's our first day back home in Arizona, and I'm whipped!
We didn't get back to the house until almost midnight last night,
put away a few things and toddled off to bed about 130-2am.

Today I went freezer diving and came up with this:

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that'll do until we make it to the store for supplies
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Old 06-01-2019, 10:33 PM   #16
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Welcome back, kgirl and Mr. Kgirl. Glad you're back safe and sound.
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Old 06-01-2019, 11:27 PM   #17
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I've always loved milk. In particular, I like the brand name Fairlife non fat, lactose free milk.
Speaking of non pasteurized milk, I nearly died from drinking it in Mexico many years ago.

I'm making Filipino Chicken Adobo with coconut "milk" which of course isn't really milk. It will be served over Lo Mein noodles.
You do have to be careful when in a foreign country. When I lived in Washington State, there was a small farm not too far from me. They sold raw milk. Right from the cow that morning. I tasted it and it was delicious. So I bought a half gallon. It was so creamy. At that time you could buy raw milk providing it was placed under refrigeration immediately after collecting it from the cow. Would I do it today? No! After two days of it sitting in the fridge, I tossed what was left in the bottle.

Poo loved it also. I would only buy a quart at a time though. I think it was the raw milk that caused him to grow more than six feet.

Pirate after I stopped nursing him, was allergic to cows milk. I had to buy goats milk for him for about six months. Dang, that stuff was expensive. Little by little I exposed him to whole cow's milk mixed in with the goats milk. Today, he can down a gallon all by himself.

How many of us old timers remember when the milkman brought milk with the cream floating on the top? I always got to lick the lid.
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It's been kind of a dark and gloomy Saturday here today and I was fighting the urge to take a nap. I ended up with breakfast for dinner - mushroom and asparagus omelet, a couple of sausage links, toasted sourdough with apricot jam, and watermelon.
Nuthin' wrong with any of that, except fighting that nap urge. I hope you lost that fight.

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Old 06-02-2019, 05:01 AM   #19
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Too Hot to Cook yesterday, so I 'Deconstructed' a Hoagie !
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Old 06-02-2019, 05:43 AM   #20
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You do have to be careful when in a foreign country. When I lived in Washington State, there was a small farm not too far from me.
Although Washington State might seem like a foreign country to a New Englander, it is actually part of the U.S.

But if you live in New Hampshire, Massachusetts does seem like a foreign country, though.
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