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Old 03-01-2011, 05:46 PM   #11
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I'll have just one then and a salad...


Actually I'm making steak, onion, and peppers subs with melted provolone cheese.

C'mon by and top your own.

And the subs sound good.

Hmm...
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Old 03-01-2011, 05:51 PM   #12
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All this talk of mushrooms, I'm going to use the Portabellas I bought a couple days ago. I have a recipe for baked, stuffed portabellas that uses chicken, but I might play around with it a little and see what I come up with.

Mark can't stand mushrooms, so he is getting simple chicken -n- noodles. ...... bite-sized chicken with vegies in gravy (doctored-up soup) over egg noodles. He really enjoys this now and then.
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Old 03-01-2011, 05:55 PM   #13
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All this talk of mushrooms, I'm going to use the Portabellas I bought a couple days ago. I have a recipe for baked, stuffed portabellas that uses chicken, but I might play around with it a little and see what I come up with.

Mark can't stand mushrooms, so he is getting simple chicken -n- noodles. ...... bite-sized chicken with vegies in gravy (doctored-up soup) over egg noodles. He really enjoys this now and then.
Here in the northeast we call that chicken & biscuits. Well, if you serve it over biscuits Over mashed potatoes is common, too. I could eat chicken, veggies and gravy over anything
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Old 03-01-2011, 06:12 PM   #14
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Round steak with gravy made from cream of mushroom soup, onions, garlic, and mushrooms, mashed potatoes, and corn.

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Old 03-01-2011, 06:51 PM   #15
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I have home made pizza in the offing.

Pepperoni.
Crimini mushrooms.
Mini sweet peppers.
Red onion.
Black olives.
Cheese and sauce.

Since they are smallish we get to top our own.
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After a very long hard day at work, I had to come to the kitchen and top my pizza. Sauce, pepperoni, mini sweet peppers, red onion, black olives, cheese, more black olives. The list went on and on. Oh...and get this: The sauce was not even seasoned with red chili peppers or much Italian seasonings...so I had to drudge to the spice cabinet and get TWO tins, open them, sprinkle herbs, and return them after covering. THEN...I had to WAIT like....a whole 15 minutes until it was done. At least it was brought to me cut when it was done. So put upon.

The pizzas were awesome.




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Old 03-01-2011, 06:54 PM   #16
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After a very long hard day at work, I had to come to the kitchen and top my pizza. Sauce, pepperoni, mini sweet peppers, red onion, black olives, cheese, more black olives. The list went on and on. Oh...and get this: The sauce was not even seasoned with red chili peppers or much Italian seasonings...so I had to drudge to the spice cabinet and get TWO tins, open them, sprinkle herbs, and return them after covering. THEN...I had to WAIT like....a whole 15 minutes until it was done. At least it was brought to me cut when it was done. So put upon.

The pizzas were awesome.




Next time we will give ya the whole experience.. let you make yer dough, let you cook the pizza... cut it..

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Next time we will give ya the whole experience.. let you make yer dough, let you cook the pizza... cut it..

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And deprive me of seeing that hunky cook/delivery boy? No way!
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Next time we will give ya the whole experience.. let you make yer dough, let you cook the pizza... cut it..

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She said:

And deprive me of seeing that hunky cook/delivery boy? No way!
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She said:

After a very long hard day at work, I had to come to the kitchen and top my pizza. Sauce, pepperoni, mini sweet peppers, red onion, black olives, cheese, more black olives. The list went on and on. Oh...and get this: The sauce was not even seasoned with red chili peppers or much Italian seasonings...so I had to drudge to the spice cabinet and get TWO tins, open them, sprinkle herbs, and return them after covering. THEN...I had to WAIT like....a whole 15 minutes until it was done. At least it was brought to me cut when it was done. So put upon.

The pizzas were awesome.




LOL.... you two!!!!
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What makes you think she isn't really just a figment of my imagination?

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