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Old 09-17-2018, 02:09 PM   #11
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French onion soup.
That's coming up soon, here..I've been craving it..probably on a Saturday night, though..I like to wash it down with copious amounts of red wine..Sunday is my day off
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Ooo, Rock, a wine chaser sounds good. I've never done that - but I now have yet another excuse to have wine.

I had a large bunch of collard greens getting in the way since the last time I shopped on Friday. They jumped into the pot with a lot of their friends - bacon, onions, ham, lots of broth, and cannellini beans - and became our dinner. Sourdough bread for sopping all the juices, but just one slice. After all, I also made another small peach crisp to use up the leftover crisp topping from last week.
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That's coming up soon, here..I've been craving it..probably on a Saturday night, though..I like to wash it down with copious amounts of red wine..Sunday is my day off
I like to have some red with French Onion soup. Pairs well with the deep, savory flavors
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