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Old 01-20-2014, 06:08 PM   #21
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I didn't know if you set the fish/meats on plates on ice or something.
That seems like a lot of work to set up a spread if you aren't going to nibble on it all night. It sounds like a nice alternative to dinner though.
Well, cheese, bread, and vegis might stay out.
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Old 01-20-2014, 06:10 PM   #22
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I'm letting the side down. It's been "one of those days" and it's 11pm and I'm just about to have dinner!!! A can of Heinz cream of tomato soup with homemade rolls and butter.

There are some days when only Heinz C of T soup will do and this has been one of them.

I don't buy any other tinned soup (except for Aldi tomato basil and crème fraiche, which is seriously good).

Going to bed when I've eaten.
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Old 01-20-2014, 06:31 PM   #23
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Well, cheese, bread, and vegis might stay out.
And the wine...
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I made up some char siu this afternoon. I am going to do up a bowl of udon noodles ramen style with some beef broth, spices, the pork, some bok choy, and a few other things I have around...
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Old 01-20-2014, 06:42 PM   #25
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There are some days when only Heinz C of T soup will do and this has been one of them.



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Nothing goes better with a grilled cheese sandwich...
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Old 01-20-2014, 07:14 PM   #26
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Mmmm, grilled cheese. Yes, grilled cheese it is, have some nice Cabot 3 year cheddar from Costco.

Whatever char siu is, Rock, I'll have to look it up, it looks wonderful!
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Old 01-20-2014, 07:21 PM   #27
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I had to Google that one (of course). It doesn't look like the pics I came across. Was this barbequed?
Your bowl looks amazing. Should I bring my own spoon

I had to rustle up some sauce for my ribs. I was all set on using some Arthur Bryant's that I bought when I made burnt ends, but I must have used up the second bottle... or lost it
A little SBR, hot sauce and honey and I'm good, but it's not Arthur Bryant's
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Rock, that really looks yummy.

Pac, what is SBR?

And yes, the wine is in a box and the red one is always out. The white one lives in the fridge, right next to the archway to the dining area.
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Rock, that really looks yummy.

Pac, what is SBR?

And yes, the wine is in a box and the red one is always out. The white one lives in the fridge, right next to the archway to the dining area.
Sweet Baby Ray's, I think.
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...And yes, the wine is in a box and the red one is always out. The white one lives in the fridge, right next to the archway to the dining area.

You keep you archway to the dining area in the refrigerator?
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