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Old 06-06-2009, 01:41 AM   #1
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What did you end up having for Dinner, Friday, June 5th?

I made beef patties/gravy with roasted baby carrots and seasoned/buttered (seasonings were garlic and italian seasoning) wheat egg noodles.




I know it's late to ask, but I'm curious. What did you have tonight or last night for dinner?

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Old 06-06-2009, 01:46 AM   #2
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You know, Vanilla, I just realized we didn't have a "dinner" thread today. Thanks for bringing it up.

As for me, it was kind of weird. I wasn't really hungry today and by the time dinnertime came 'round, I realized I hadn't taken anything out of the freezer so I improvised. Made kind of a mish-mosh.

Had a grilled cheese sandwich and a romaine salad with homemade buttermilk/blue cheese/chive dressing. Cheese-heavy meal, but it filled the hole. I had a couple of special dark Hershey's kisses for dessert.
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Old 06-06-2009, 01:50 AM   #3
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subgum chicken chow mein with rice on the side at popular request/demand. LOL

last night piccolini wagon wheel pasta with tomato sauce.

vb yours looks yummy! i think Salisbury steak with mashed taters, onion gravy and spinach is for tomorrow nights dinner!! LOL
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You know, Vanilla, I just realized we didn't have a "dinner" thread today. Thanks for bringing it up.

As for me, it was kind of weird. I wasn't really hungry today and by the time dinnertime came 'round, I realized I hadn't taken anything out of the freezer so I improvised. Made kind of a mish-mosh.

Had a grilled cheese sandwich and a romaine salad with homemade buttermilk/blue cheese/chive dressing. Cheese-heavy meal, but it filled the hole. I had a couple of special dark Hershey's kisses for dessert.
that sounds good!! a small cup of tomato soup added and i would be a happy camper!
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Old 06-06-2009, 01:56 AM   #5
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dinner was my only meal today and i had a small helping.

i am so hungry but i have nothing to nosh/interests me and no car to go hunt up something.
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that sounds good!! a small cup of tomato soup added and i would be a happy camper!
Actually, I believe it's a federal law that one has to have tomato soup with grilled cheese sandwiches, but I was flying under the radar today.
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Actually, I believe it's a federal law that one has to have tomato soup with grilled cheese sandwiches, but I was flying under the radar today.
i won't tell!! i am so hungry.
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i won't tell!! i am so hungry.
Don't you have anything to snack on... popcorn or something?
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Don't you have anything to snack on... popcorn or something?
i am on antibiotics - popcorn = no no i don't need any fiber at the moment. nuff said LOL

no snacks and i am in pain so i don't want to stand up and cook.
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You know, Vanilla, I just realized we didn't have a "dinner" thread today. Thanks for bringing it up.

As for me, it was kind of weird. I wasn't really hungry today and by the time dinnertime came 'round, I realized I hadn't taken anything out of the freezer so I improvised. Made kind of a mish-mosh.

Had a grilled cheese sandwich and a romaine salad with homemade buttermilk/blue cheese/chive dressing. Cheese-heavy meal, but it filled the hole. I had a couple of special dark Hershey's kisses for dessert.
I think a grilled cheese and a salad is a good combination, also. Tomato soup is always a favorite, but sometimes a salad is nice.

I could have had a grilled cheese, but all I had was American. My favorite is Havarti or sharp cheddar for a grilled cheese.
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