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Old 05-25-2007, 01:23 PM   #11
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Our exchange student is taking me out for a belated Mother's Day dinner. I think we'll go to a local Mexican place - I have a hankering for chicken fajitas. DH is on his own :-)
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Old 05-25-2007, 02:28 PM   #12
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We're eating on the road likely, or maybe we will be in Saskatoon by supper time. I'm thinking Quiznos if I can find one, or Boston Pizza if we get there in time.
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Old 05-25-2007, 02:55 PM   #13
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Lobster has finally come down in price from $20 per pound to $8.49 per pound (while supplies last so my grocery store said), so I bought one for my dinner tonight and corn on the cob to go with it. Hubby doesnt like lobster (can you imagine ), so he's having a chicken breast sandwich with sauteed onions, mushrooms, peppers, pepperoni, jalapenos, and cheddar cheese on a broiled garlic roll.
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Old 05-25-2007, 03:33 PM   #14
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Lobster has finally come down in price from $20 per pound to $8.49 per pound (while supplies last so my grocery store said), so I bought one for my dinner tonight and corn on the cob to go with it. Hubby doesnt like lobster (can you imagine ), so he's having a chicken breast sandwich with sauteed onions, mushrooms, peppers, pepperoni, jalapenos, and cheddar cheese on a broiled garlic roll.
I love lobster, but would have never thought it would be that high in Maine - always had in my head that all seafood was so much cheaper on the east coast. Hmmm
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Old 05-25-2007, 04:23 PM   #15
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..........I don't know if we'll be home for dinner or not.
gotta wait for the phone call from the man of my dreams to tell me and that won't happen into later on in the day. I'm watching Ina doing some meatballs right now and am thinking I should go to the market and get veal/pork/beef so I can make hers. Hummmmmm, what'd'ya think?

she's talking about Rao's in New York. anyone ever been fortunate enough to get in?
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Old 05-25-2007, 04:56 PM   #16
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We're eating on the road likely, or maybe we will be in Saskatoon by supper time. I'm thinking Quiznos if I can find one, or Boston Pizza if we get there in time.
Try the Wilcox Motor Inn, on highway 39.
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Old 05-25-2007, 04:58 PM   #17
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I don't remember the year (early 1900s?) but didn't the dockworkers in MA revolt because they were fed lobster too many times per week? I believe they settled it with a contract that stated lobster would only be served twice a week.

I was trying to find it on the internet but couldn't find anything. (Lol, I must have dreamed it.)
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We are going out!! Best hamburgers and shakes in town, so big that we get one of each and share.
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I don't remember the year (early 1900s?) but didn't the dockworkers in Maine revolt because they were fed lobster too many times per week? I believe they settled it with a contract that stated lobster would only be served twice a week.

I was trying to find it on the internet but couldn't find anything. (Lol, I must have dreamed it.)
Back in Colonial times, lobster was considered "trash food", and wasn't eaten by the elite. Instead, it was fed to slaves.

I have no earthly idea what I'm going to be making for dinner. I had best get on the ball.
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