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Old 03-09-2014, 06:48 PM   #21
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I keep saying I don't like chicken on the bone (referring to legs, thighs, breasts) and TB always starts laughing and asks me what is my favourite part of the chicken....to which I say of course, "wings".

TB called and is having problems driving so has booked off work and when he feels safe he will call me to say he is heading to the depot. My friend and I will go in my van to pick him and his car up. So, I will be figuring out something here depending on how he feels. I am a little upset because he is at the hospital (his last drop off before his lunch break) but won't go get checked out. He always makes me go!
Pull up, take the keys out of the ignition and sit waiting for him to go get checked. I often threaten Shrek with smacking him with a brick and then calling the ambulance, he knows when I say that, he has to go.
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Old 03-09-2014, 07:24 PM   #22
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Old 03-09-2014, 08:00 PM   #24
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Stirling just ordered Indian food. It should arrive in a little under an hour. We're making brown basmati rice to go with that.
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Old 03-09-2014, 08:13 PM   #25
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Great idea to tuck asparagus surprises inside the calzones !!

I made almost perfect looking huevos rancheros. Much too complicated to make for breakfast. Defrosted home made refried beans. Sunny side eggs ( I usually flip 'em to make sure the whites are cooked all the way through, ) tucked the platter under the broiler to melt some shredded cheddar surrounding the yolks, with a ribbon of Herdez Salsa surrounding the eggs to also heat. Bacon and avocado smiles on the side. Extra beans and hot buttered corn tortillas for dipping too.
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Old 03-09-2014, 08:27 PM   #26
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Once again, I think I'm heading to S&P's. Calzones look great!

I cooked up some bits and pieces, Tater Tots and other potato wedges, and some pre-cooked bacon. The satellite guy kinda did me in this morning. Wait, that didn't sound right....
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Old 03-09-2014, 08:39 PM   #27
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Great idea to tuck asparagus surprises inside the calzones !!

I made almost perfect looking huevos rancheros. Much too complicated to make for breakfast. Defrosted home made refried beans. Sunny side eggs ( I usually flip 'em to make sure the whites are cooked all the way through, ) tucked the platter under the broiler to melt some shredded cheddar surrounding the yolks, with a ribbon of Herdez Salsa surrounding the eggs to also heat. Bacon and avocado smiles on the side. Extra beans and hot buttered corn tortillas for dipping too.
They ARE too fiddly for a morning breakfast. I like them best for dinner.
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Old 03-09-2014, 08:40 PM   #28
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Once again, I think I'm heading to S&P's. Calzones look great!

I cooked up some bits and pieces, Tater Tots and other potato wedges, and some pre-cooked bacon. The satellite guy kinda did me in this morning. Wait, that didn't sound right....
Not unless DH works for the satellite TV company...
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Old 03-09-2014, 08:43 PM   #29
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hmmm, the Hollandaise sauce needs work. I probably didn't make enough for the FP, but I don't have a traditional blender I can drizzle in melted butter while blending. It was runny. Oh well. Better luck next time.
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hmmm, the Hollandaise sauce needs work. I probably didn't make enough for the FP, but I don't have a traditional blender I can drizzle in melted butter while blending. It was runny. Oh well. Better luck next time.
It still looks yummy.

Have you got an immersion blender?
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