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Old 10-21-2019, 09:03 PM   #1
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Have been feeling subhuman the last few days. Himself should be back with wonton soup for me shortly. He'll be having General Gau's chicken, fried rice, and spring rolls. An egg roll does come with his meal, so I'll take it off his hands.

What's the plan for your supper?
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Old 10-21-2019, 09:28 PM   #2
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Have been feeling subhuman the last few days. Himself should be back with wonton soup for me shortly. He'll be having General Gau's chicken, fried rice, and spring rolls. An egg roll does come with his meal, so I'll take it off his hands.

What's the plan for your supper?
Aww, I'm sorry CG....maybe that's your body's way of telling you it doesn't like being thrust 1000 years into the future... Seriously though, I do hope you get back to normal very soon, and Wonton soup sounds especially good.

I had a BLT and a small green salad this afternoon. Hit the spot.
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Old 10-21-2019, 10:14 PM   #3
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Feel better CG!


I found a stir fry recipe we really enjoyed tonight. I added sliced red bell pepper along with the asparagus and perfectly cooked shrimp. It was sure pretty, but we ate it too fast for a picture. The slightly different Asian lemon sauce was a nice change and another chance to use one of my Meyer lemons. I topped it with candied sliced almonds.

I'll sure use this recipe again.
https://homecookingmemories.com/shri...y-lemon-sauce/
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Old 10-21-2019, 10:46 PM   #4
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Old 10-21-2019, 11:37 PM   #5
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I had spaghetti carbonara and SO had golabkis.
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(((Hugs CG))) God bedring (Danish for good bettering).

We had a country omelette with chives and feta as well as sautéed rainbow chard and some toast. There were banana nut muffins for dessert. Yum
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Sandwich Monday here. Virginia ham, white American cheese, lettuce and mayo on a sub roll. Simple but tasty.

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Chicken and andouille gumbo.

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