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Old 07-20-2010, 06:34 PM   #1
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What did you have for dinner, Monday, 7-19-10?

This was our dinner last night.... I threw a chicken/potato casserole together. On the side, sliced orange.



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Old 07-20-2010, 06:38 PM   #2
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Grilled chicken parmesan

Love the photo, looks good!
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Old 07-20-2010, 06:48 PM   #3
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Well, since poor hubby didn't get home from work until quite late, & - as usual - I'd bought more than my fair share of heirloom tomatoes at the farmers market Saturday, last night we just enjoyed good old Bacon, Lettuce, & Tomato Sandwiches.

Were quick, easy, & hit the spot without being overly heavy before bedtime.
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Well, since poor hubby didn't get home from work until quite late, & - as usual - I'd bought more than my fair share of heirloom tomatoes at the farmers market Saturday, last night we just enjoyed good old Bacon, Lettuce, & Tomato Sandwiches.

Were quick, easy, & hit the spot without being overly heavy before bedtime.
I ate my very first heirloom tomato the other day. It was absolutely the finest tasting tomato I have ever eaten. I went back to the organic store to get some more but they were all sold out and don't know if/when they will get more. I would love a BLT with one - maybe with some pancetta and provolone!
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Old 07-20-2010, 07:06 PM   #5
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They sell out really fast at our farmers market as well. I was lucky enough to snag a few large purple types, some "Green Zebras", & then a few organically grown but not really heirloom "Lemon Boys". I love the different colors.

Normally grow them myself, but busting my wrist during our horrid Feb. blizzards sort of put the kabosh on my normal indoor seed-starting. But I don't mind patronizing the local farmers market instead.
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Oh, I planted Lemon Boys this year and can't wait for them to be ready. Which reminds me, I better go water my big garden - four little tomato plants LOL!
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"Lemon Boy" is a great tomato!!! Colorful, tangy, & with great tomato flavor. It's one of my favorites of the yellow tomatoes.
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