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Old 09-02-2013, 06:23 PM   #11
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We had typical summer holiday food. Hot dogs, hamburgers, potato salad. Last cook-out for the summer.
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Old 09-02-2013, 06:32 PM   #12
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...DA's boyfriend has arrived for the visit and the dinner. He and DA are in her sitting parlor telling the dirty jokes again! They are very funny but I can not tell you of them on this website because I desire to stay here.
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Another request for tube steaks. Weather is iffy but Himself said he'd hang out under an umbrella the five minutes it takes to scorch them. I'm making another batch of PPO's no-mayo potato salad, and I'll fry up some bacon before I heat canned bbq beans in the pan. One last farm market peach to use - I'll mix it with some blueberries and top with a dollop of vanilla ice cream for our dessert.
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Old 09-02-2013, 06:40 PM   #13
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Oh but yes, pacanis, we do have that also at times. We must use the cabbage before it becomes to turn bad. It comes from my little garden. I love to grow these vegetables.

Your meal sounds lovely. I did learn to grill corn and it is very good.

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I was just kidding. I'm a big fan of mashed potatoes and especially chicken gravy (and pork gravy and beef gravy and...)
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Old 09-02-2013, 06:56 PM   #14
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You're 90-some year old aunt has a boyfriend? How precious!



Another request for tube steaks. Weather is iffy but Himself said he'd hang out under an umbrella the five minutes it takes to scorch them. I'm making another batch of PPO's no-mayo potato salad, and I'll fry up some bacon before I heat canned bbq beans in the pan. One last farm market peach to use - I'll mix it with some blueberries and top with a dollop of vanilla ice cream for our dessert.
She does. He is 91 and a very nice man. He has arrived here for dinner that I am making and he gave me the little betta fish in the small tank and supplies for him today. It was his present to me to celebrate my citizenship! The betta is blue and I named him "Jaws" after the movie of the shark. He stays on my desk now.

Your meal sounds very good!

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I was just kidding. I'm a big fan of mashed potatoes and especially chicken gravy (and pork gravy and beef gravy and...)
I know you are kidding! Far be it from me to be the heretic of the gravy and mashed potatoes!

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While perusing the freezer for the pork, I happened upon some frog legs I had purchased a couple weeks ago, so I'll be having those instead of the pork schnitzel.

So can anyone hop on over for dinner??
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Old 09-02-2013, 07:24 PM   #17
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So can anyone hop on over for dinner??
"Hop" on over? That is funny!

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So can anyone hop on over for dinner??
Not the frogs, uhmm, they're missing their legs! Lol!
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We had the roast pork tacos we never had Saturday night.
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Sunday gravy on Monday ;). Served with linguini or tortellini as I don't think there is any spaghetti in the house. I guess I will go out to the garden for some green bean, somehow I don't think beets would go very well with red sauce ;) Maybe I can con DH into making a salad.
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