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Old 04-27-2012, 01:02 PM   #1
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TGIF So What's for Dinner! Friday April 27th

It is seafood day here and I am going to attempt my first tuna loin. I have a recipe for sesame crusted tuna lion and will serve it with rice noodles in peanut sauce and cucumbers in rice wine vinegar.

For our lite meal at dinner (DH is working at his other job tonight) I am making tuna salad sandwiches.

So what's cooking at your house today?

(note, the title blunder has been reported!)

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Old 04-27-2012, 01:20 PM   #2
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Frankly, I like the title the way it is.

I'm currently defrosting a frozen ball of pizza dough. I'm planning a pepperoni and other stuff pizza for dinner tonight. Other stuff to be selected from among green peppers, mushrooms, onion and Kalamata olives.
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Old 04-27-2012, 01:40 PM   #3
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We're having something that's been a family favorite since the children were very small...Mrs. Schneider's Giant Meatballs, served with rich mushroom sauce, noodles, buttered peas, iced tea, and....fresh strawberry shortcake for dessert. Good eats in our house tonight.
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Old 04-27-2012, 02:41 PM   #4
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Split pea soup (3 lbs of split peas). Ham steaks with a Marsala sauce.
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Old 04-27-2012, 02:56 PM   #5
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T-bones were $5.99lb at Costco, so T-bones it is
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Old 04-27-2012, 03:15 PM   #6
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Frankly, I like the title the way it is.

I'm currently defrosting a frozen ball of pizza dough. I'm planning a pepperoni and other stuff pizza for dinner tonight. Other stuff to be selected from among green peppers, mushrooms, onion and Kalamata olives.
Either you saw it AFTER the change (TGYF to TGIF) or you are just a little silly ... like me and by the way I thought you were Andy, not Frank!

Oh, and your pizza sounds amazing!
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Either you saw it AFTER the change (TGYF to TGIF) or you are just a little silly ... like me and by the way I thought you were Andy, not Frank!

Oh, and your pizza sounds amazing!

I am Andy but I was imitating Frank.
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Old 04-27-2012, 04:38 PM   #8
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The chef is taking a night off. I've been such a good boy, eating leftovers and holding down the fort while the wife has been vacationing in Chicago all week with her sister and SIL. They have also been rubbing it a little in by posting photos of all the fun and good meals they've been enjoying. So I think I deserve a break today. No, I am not eating McDonalds. But I do think that maybe dinner out at a nice Thai or Sushi restaurant wouldn't be too far out of line. And maybe later I'll even catch a movie.
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...maybe dinner out at a nice Thai or Sushi restaurant ...
What the heck, do both! Sushi for appetizers then Thai for the main course.
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I am Andy but I was imitating Frank.
There goes your reputation.

We ordered out for soup and egg rolls.

I had egg drop and Kathleen had some wonton type soup.
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