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Old 03-22-2018, 12:50 PM   #1
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Thursday Dinner - 3/22/2018

Kayelle's Greek Thighs, nuked broc.

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Old 03-22-2018, 01:09 PM   #2
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Today's Thursday.

We're having cast iron skillet pizzas on tortillas and tossed salad.
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Old 03-22-2018, 01:29 PM   #3
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I see there's more than one way to extend the weekend. Good idea.

I have all the veggies and cooked chicken put together to make a chix pot pie later. With a pastry pie crust top. I always make biscuit toppers, so this will pretty much be a first. No bottom crust though.

Sacrificed the other pie crust in favor of banana cream pie. It's pie day all over again.
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Old 03-22-2018, 01:36 PM   #4
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Phew, I just yelled "it's Friday again already???" Being Thursday after all, it means one more square saved on the remaining roll of the TP of life.

Havn't thought about dinner yet, so I'll be back.
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I see there's more than one way to extend the weekend. Good idea.
Being retired, I don't look forward to weekends, because that's when things are more crowded. I think it's a little closer to the line in the movie about Crocodile Dundee: "He doesn't know what day it is.....and doesn't really care".
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Being retired, I don't look forward to weekends, because that's when things are more crowded. I think it's a little closer to the line in the movie about Crocodile Dundee: "He doesn't know what day it is.....and doesn't really care".
Exactly. When you're retired, one day is the same as the other. Yesterday, I was convinced all day that it was Sunday. The only real difference was that I was anticipating the wrong TV schedule.
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Exactly. When you're retired, one day is the same as the other. Yesterday, I was convinced all day that it was Sunday. The only real difference was that I was anticipating the wrong TV schedule.
Exactly! We don't go to church, we are not against church, we are just against people guilting people into going to church. We are both actually very strong Christians. So when Sunday comes along, we usually warn each other, well, you missed church again, that is just like you. You didn't get up early enough for church, did you sleep through church again? You slept in, Ah, well whatever it takes to miss church.

On our walking trail today, we were talking with another couple, and they said they loved the quiet, and we agreed. There is one thing we don't like about our walking trail on the week-ends, so many people, it feels like an invasion!
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Trying a Rachel Ray recipe that was in a recent magazine: Pierogi en Brodo. Basically chicken broth with canned tomatoes, chopped savoy cabbage, mini-pierogis, and seasonings. I'm making ours less healthy by slipping in some discs of smoked kielbasa.
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Old 03-22-2018, 05:34 PM   #10
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I'm still not up to cooking dinner and DH is tired of it :secret giggle:, so we're going to order from our local pizza joint.
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