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Old 02-10-2017, 09:22 PM   #11
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Hmmm, I don't think I've heard of those CA pork chops, but they sure sound worth a try!

I went out to a late lunch today at my fave little mom and pop place for fish, chips, and cole slaw. They serve rather large portions and I couldn't finish it all, so I brought it home and nibbled on the rest this evening.
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Old 02-10-2017, 10:32 PM   #12
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The lunar eclipse was pretty wimpy from here.

Dinner was a quick version of a chicken po-boy. I took some frozen breaded chicken tenders, warmed them in the microwave, and deep fried them for some crispiness. I slathered a roll with mayo, tabasco and dill pickle relish for a makeshift "remoulade," and put it all together.

It was actually pretty good. Better than the eclipse, for sure.

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Old 02-10-2017, 10:54 PM   #13
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The moon was a tiny dot, but the clouds were cool. They had the wavy, marcel curling iron look.

We're still eating leftovers here.
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The moon was a tiny dot, but the clouds were cool. They had the wavy, marcel curling iron look.

We're still eating leftovers here.
Hmmmm, the moon was very large in the sky at the time of the eclipse. All it did during the eclipse was get dimmer, which was expected for this one, especially where I am.

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No eclipse viewing here due to clouds. Every time Himself came in from the porch he was sighing deeply. ~ Watching an eclipse online is a bit like watching fireworks on TV - ho-hum. They are pretty cool to view live.

We had a little south for our mouths today. I made oven BBQ ribs (turned out soo tender ), collard greens, my last little casserole of mac-and-cheese from a larger batch a few months back, canned baked beans, and cute little cornbreads from the grocery store. I chased mine down with a cold Great Lakes Brewing Company Christmas ale.
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No eclipse viewing here due to clouds. Every time Himself came in from the porch he was sighing deeply. ~ Watching an eclipse online is a bit like watching fireworks on TV - ho-hum. They are pretty cool to view live.

We had a little south for our mouths today. I made oven BBQ ribs (turned out soo tender ), collard greens, my last little casserole of mac-and-cheese from a larger batch a few months back, canned baked beans, and cute little cornbreads from the grocery store. I chased mine down with a cold Great Lakes Brewing Company Christmas ale.
That looks *really* yummy - minus the collards
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Old 02-11-2017, 09:01 AM   #17
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I winged a new recipe last night - roasted sliced potatoes with seasoned red snapper on top for the last 10 minutes and sautéed onion, red bell pepper and summer squash. Tasty.
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Elk cheese berger & chips..........

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Old 02-11-2017, 05:03 PM   #19
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Wow, great looking and sounding dinners here last night!

I kept going out to look at the moon - too cloudy so I didn't get a good view of it. It was pretty cool seeing it appear and disappear quickly between the cloud cover though, and looked pretty big.
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