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Old 12-31-2005, 09:57 AM   #21
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I can't imagine someone eating all your fabulous food being able to fit into anything from Victoria's Secret .
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We're soooo borring this year, neither of us have a speck of energy (lol DH is napping as I type this) so I think it'll just be dinner as usual tonight. Not sure what though...I've got a hankering for Indian though, but more likely it'll be pork chops or a stir fry that we end up going with as I've got ingredients for those on hand

(We did have rosemary and thyme roast potatoes for breakfast though, that was a nice sort of change of pace to kick start the 31st.)
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Old 12-31-2005, 01:20 PM   #23
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Our tradition is chili (actually Frito pie), sausage cornbread and whatever our guests bring. I may make cookies today to go with it.
Oh yum! Serious comfort food!!!


And Buckytom, I am truly impressed. I wonder if there's a way to bottle up some of that thoughtfulness.
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