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Old 10-29-2013, 09:31 PM   #41
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All the best for tomorrow, Katy.
+1. Best of luck, Katy!

A couple fried eggs and cherry toms on the Liddle Griddle. Sadly, mine looks nothing like Pac's B for D.
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Old 10-29-2013, 09:33 PM   #42
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ooh, thanks for reminding me. I need to get some Halloween candy.
I never get any trick or treaters, but that's good

Breakfast for dinner.
Home fries; bacon; Canadian bacon, tomato, mushroom and cheddar omelet; toast; beer Well, almost all breakfast food
Now that's a tasty looking meal Pac. I may have that tomorrow night.
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Old 10-29-2013, 09:34 PM   #43
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ooh, thanks for reminding me. I need to get some Halloween candy.
I never get any trick or treaters, but that's good

Breakfast for dinner.
Home fries; bacon; Canadian bacon, tomato, mushroom and cheddar omelet; toast; beer Well, almost all breakfast food
Great looking plate Pac.

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Old 10-29-2013, 09:36 PM   #44
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Broiled Salmon with Wild Rice Pilaf. I know it looks huge but, trust me, it's a small plate.

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Re companies not paying a decent living wage - A lot of the problem is at the feet of those of us who want cheap food, clothing etc., not necessarily because we can't afford to pay more but because we want what we consider to be a bargain. We are shocked at accounts of sweat shops in the third world, starvation wages paid to Polish and other eastern European temporary workers employed in agriculture in Britain and the attitude of companies like McDs and Walmart to their employees but fail to associate this with our own consumerism. If we want to feed our desire for strawberries at 1.99 a pound and jeans for 10.00 a pair someone has to pay the price and it isn't us, the customers.
That's why I don't shop at Walmart (except for jeans for Stirling. Size 50 jeans > $180 elsewhere, at Walmart ~$40). We do a lot of shopping at Costco. They pay their employees well. They have figured out that having happy employees is good for business. Employee Relations Best Practices: Costco's Approach to HR | i-Sight
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Old 10-29-2013, 09:50 PM   #46
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Now that's a tasty looking meal Pac. I may have that tomorrow night.
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Great looking plate Pac.

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Hear, hear Harry! We should all be thankful for what we have and try to share a bit with those less fortunate, whether it is tangible goods or our time in volunteering like yourself!

Tonight's meal at the Bunny's house was kielbasa with sauerkraut, fried potatoes and peas. Simple weeknight meal.
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...I'm not looking for work now, because I start my new job tomorrow.
Good luck, Katy!
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.... I'm not looking for work now, because I start my new job tomorrow.....
Good luck with the new job! Hope your first day went smoothly. You KNOW we all want details!
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Thanks for reminding us all, Harry, how blest we are for being able to post the fact that we are enjoying wholesome meals. Whether they be beans and rice or a plethora of prawn not one of us can complain. Well I suppose we could complain, but not about the food we eat. Now about that neighbor's barking dog......



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ooh, thanks for reminding me. I need to get some Halloween candy.
I never get any trick or treaters, but that's good ...
Candy - it's what's for supper at pac's house on Friday!



Meanwhile, at Chez Goddess, we finally had the potato and leek soup! And at long last, after many requests by Harry, I finally have photographic proof that I cooked! Apparently I should have taken a tighter shot, but baby steps. I finally learned how to get the blasted photo from Dropbox to here.
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