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Old 02-10-2019, 01:20 PM   #1
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What are you eating Sunday 2/10/2019?

Lunch was Stouffer Mac N Cheese, creamed spinach, pan fried cube steak and a piece of fried chicken breast from food court at market.

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Dinner may be split pea soup with ham or chicken wings TBDL.
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Old 02-10-2019, 01:51 PM   #2
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This morning we had SC's "Sunday Morning Glorified Bagel's & Lox"
Lunch will the the killer leftover Pizza from last night.


I'm thinking seriously about Kayelle's Shrimp Cakes for dinner.
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Old 02-10-2019, 01:52 PM   #3
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Sticking with my New Year's resolution of emptying out the freezer, we're having pasta with sausages and meatballs for dinner tonight.
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Bought a small duck the other day..going to have duck l'orange with roasted potatoes, peas and carrots..
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Bought a small duck the other day..going to have duck l'orange with roasted potatoes, peas and carrots..

Ohhhhh YUMMMM. I hope we get pictures Roch!
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Old 02-10-2019, 02:12 PM   #6
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Andy, I bet it will be fun to cook for SO again. How's your hand doing?
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Andy, I bet it will be fun to cook for SO again. How's your hand doing?

It's really nice to have SO home again.

The hand is annoying. I'm impatient and can't even start PT until the 21st. I have to wear a brace all the time except when I shower. I have a dozen finger exercises to keep my fingers flexible. No weight-bearing activities, twisting, turning, etc. It's amazing how difficult the easiest tasks become when you have to do them with the "other" hand.

I'm using the hand as an excuse to grow a beard. SO isn't sure how she feels about that.
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Old 02-10-2019, 02:43 PM   #8
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Stir fry of shrimp, asparagus, and water chestnuts.

Just got back from a week at an all inclusive on Turks and Caicos, so I'm trying to keep it light. The resort we stayed at improved the food considerably since we were there last year, and even though I tried to use a little restraint, I think I still picked up a pound or two. It couldn't have been those mid-afternoon margaritas or the rum punches, could it?
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Ohhhhh YUMMMM. I hope we get pictures Roch!
Will do..wiping the grease off of my camera lens as we speak..
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AAAAAGGGGHH! I picked an amputee duck! I guess I shouldn't go duck hunting at 730 in the morning..It has a gaping wound on one side so I am going to tie it up so it will hopefully cook more evenly and not dry out from the inside..I like to use a beer can rack to get crispy skin all around. that's why I put a little tin foil helmet on because I find the top is close to the elements and cooks quicker than the rest of the bird.I'll take it off in about an hour..she's going in the oven now..wish me luck..
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