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Old 09-01-2015, 09:10 PM   #11
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Breakfast-for-dinner because I forgot to defrost chicken. Omelet had onion, bacon, yellow pepper, mushrooms, and tomato. Smothered and stuffed with Colby-Jack cheese. Home fries and fresh watermelon finished it off.

Think of that omelet as very young chickens...
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Old 09-01-2015, 09:16 PM   #12
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Breaded venison, green beans & a salad w/ sardines,tomato pepper jack cheese,mushrooms & basil.





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Old 09-01-2015, 10:27 PM   #13
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Good looking venison, S&P!

We took a tour of our daughter's new Minneapolis digs tonight, and stopped for a bite to eat. This place is called Spoonriver and is a stone's throw from the new Guthrie Theater, if you're familiar with the city. The meal was great. Although it looks complicated, it was actually very simply prepared. A grilled NY strip, with creamed corn relish, grilled veggies, and nasturtiums (if you've never had them, they taste a little like radishes). I thought it was a very pretty looking plate, so I snapped a photo.

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Good looking venison, S&P!

We took a tour of our daughter's new Minneapolis digs tonight, and stopped for a bite to eat. This place is called Spoonriver and is a stone's throw from the new Guthrie Theater, if you're familiar with the city. The meal was great. Although it looks complicated, it was actually very simply prepared. A grilled NY strip, with creamed corn relish, grilled veggies, and nasturtiums (if you've never had them, they taste a little like radishes). I thought it was a very pretty looking plate, so I snapped a photo.

Now that is a pretty dish!
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Going down for a nap right now. Plan on the peach cobbler, chicken enchilada's with guacamole and sour cream later on in the day.

What's happening at your place? Food wise.

Pretty big changes in my dinner plans. I had numerous interruptions by new neighbors visiting from Maine who are here to hire an architect, and by my pre-existing neighbor with bee stings. I got the peach cobbler baked and the green chile sauce for the enchiladas made but had to ditch the rest of the enchilada prep and made large garden salads instead.
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