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Old 03-01-2011, 12:17 AM   #51
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2 kinds of cheese, salami, ritz crackers, and some chianti...
What? No fava beans?
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Old 03-01-2011, 12:23 AM   #52
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Our dinner tonight, well..I had to cook TWICE!! *bangs head on wall* It was chili. Most unimpressive. TWO pots of it too! The first, I mistaked garlic salt for garlic powder. WHY O' WHY do they even make garlic salt in the first place to me is such a mystery...WHO on earth has garlic, but not salt to me is mind-boggling in itself. WHY I have it in MY kitchen, nextly, is most perplexing as well. I never, EVER want to make chili for the rest of my life!! :(
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Old 03-01-2011, 12:45 AM   #53
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Whole wheat fettuccine with sauteed shallots, garlic, and mushrooms.
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Old 03-01-2011, 12:51 AM   #54
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Our dinner tonight, well..I had to cook TWICE!! *bangs head on wall* It was chili. Most unimpressive. TWO pots of it too! The first, I mistaked garlic salt for garlic powder. WHY O' WHY do they even make garlic salt in the first place to me is such a mystery...WHO on earth has garlic, but not salt to me is mind-boggling in itself. WHY I have it in MY kitchen, nextly, is most perplexing as well. I never, EVER want to make chili for the rest of my life!! :(
Oh man! It's why I don't have it in my kitchen!
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Old 03-01-2011, 12:58 AM   #55
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Oh man! It's why I don't have it in my kitchen!
u dunnah hav dis evl stff?? I gives u mynes!!
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Old 03-01-2011, 01:58 AM   #56
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Our dinner tonight, well..I had to cook TWICE!! *bangs head on wall* It was chili. Most unimpressive. TWO pots of it too! The first, I mistaked garlic salt for garlic powder. WHY O' WHY do they even make garlic salt in the first place to me is such a mystery...WHO on earth has garlic, but not salt to me is mind-boggling in itself. WHY I have it in MY kitchen, nextly, is most perplexing as well. I never, EVER want to make chili for the rest of my life!! :(
What did you finally end up eating?
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Old 03-01-2011, 02:16 AM   #57
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Oh, we had chili alright...just not the first batch. First batch reminded me gobs of hot-dog-chili. I decided to "chuck-it" perhaps too early on. Thankfully, I had gobs of "remake" ingredients available, so, I just began anew.....*whew* life saver for me too in my case!!! 2nd batch far outshined the first!!!
Again, any more chili, will come from Lonestar!!
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Old 03-01-2011, 02:19 AM   #58
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Oh, we had chili alright...just not the first batch. First batch reminded me gobs of hot-dog-chili. I decided to "chuck-it" perhaps too early on. Thankfully, I had gobs of "remake" ingredients available, so, I just began anew.....*whew* life saver for me too in my case!!! 2nd batch far outshined the first!!!
Again, any more chili, will come from Lonetar!!
Sorry about your experience. It isn't funny when it happens.

I had to make a replacement for my stuffing to go with the turkey leftovers after i burned it all to a crisp after stuffing into muffin cups.

Just so you won't feel alone.
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Old 03-01-2011, 05:17 AM   #59
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No evening meal here today. I'm still too sick to drag myself out of bed and in to the kitchen. DH will fend for himself, after work, he's pretty good at that. Probably left over pizza ;-)

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Old 03-01-2011, 05:19 AM   #60
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DH wanted hoecakes with the white bean and mustard greens soup. We've got some bad weather coming in so I didn't want to be in the kitchen when it hit so dinner is ready early tonight.
I have never had mustard greens, though I like almost all other greens. That soup looks very warming, and the hoecakes look yummy, too!
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