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Old 01-23-2010, 05:35 PM   #581
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YUM, I want mine with beans, please!

I didn't have a lunch as I was out and about.
It only happened because I was out of BBQ sauce and was too lazy to make some. It cooked all day driving DH to distraction. I'm having more of the same for my "lunch" tonight.
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Old 01-23-2010, 05:43 PM   #582
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Not sure was CiCi's is, but I'm sure it was very tasty!
If it is the same as our CiCi's buffet, it is a pizza buffet. Pretty good pizza (also salads and dessert pizzas) for a good price.

James and I had home made bean and cheese burritos.

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Old 01-23-2010, 05:52 PM   #583
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i had a fresh baked lemon cream cheese scone and a glass of milk.
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Old 01-23-2010, 06:40 PM   #584
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Not sure was CiCi's is, but I'm sure it was very tasty!
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If it is the same as our CiCi's buffet, it is a pizza buffet. Pretty good pizza (also salads and dessert pizzas) for a good price.

James and I had home made bean and cheese burritos.

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YUP barbara. i like the mac and cheese pizza and the cini buns!!

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Old 01-23-2010, 07:43 PM   #585
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YUP barbara. i like the mac and cheese pizza and the cini buns!!

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James and I like to go there now and then, although we haven't been in awhile.

Parents love it because it is super casual and you can actually afford to feed the whole family. A lot of ball coaches bring their teams there as well. I like being able to try different kinds of pizzas without having to order a whole one. Their salad bar is pretty good too.

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Old 01-23-2010, 08:29 PM   #586
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James and I like to go there now and then, although we haven't been in awhile.

Parents love it because it is super casual and you can actually afford to feed the whole family. A lot of ball coaches bring their teams there as well. I like being able to try different kinds of pizzas without having to order a whole one. Their salad bar is pretty good too.

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Before I moved to WA state, I worked at Pizza Hut (3rd time in 20 years) for a brief stint. They had a similar buffet for lunch, one night during the week and on Sunday afternoon...... different pizzas, breadsticks, dessert breadsticks and dessert pizza... plus, the salad bar. It was small, but they had a great one, even though it was little.
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Old 01-24-2010, 01:41 PM   #587
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Before I moved to WA state, I worked at Pizza Hut (3rd time in 20 years) for a brief stint. They had a similar buffet for lunch, one night during the week and on Sunday afternoon...... different pizzas, breadsticks, dessert breadsticks and dessert pizza... plus, the salad bar. It was small, but they had a great one, even though it was little.
A nearby Pizza Hut has a good buffet as well.

Today after church we stopped at the grocery store and bought tons of stuff for sandwiches (some we will freeze). James had Black Forest ham and cheddar cheese on onion rolls, and I had Cajun turkey and Swiss cheese on jalapeno/cheese focaccia. Yum!

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Asian Burger; with sweet potato fries.
Pattie seasoned with salt, pepper, garlic powder, cajun seasoning, soy sauce and green onions. Topped with swiss cheese onions and mushrooms. Onions were caramelized then mushrooms were added. This was braised in home made teriyaki sauce.
Teriyaki sauce: sake, soy sauce, sugar, sesame seeds and garlic.

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Asian Burger; with sweet potato fries.
Pattie seasoned with salt, pepper, garlic powder, cajun seasoning, soy sauce and green onions. Topped with swiss cheese onions and mushrooms. Onions were caramelized then mushrooms were added. This was braised in home made teriyaki sauce.
Teriyaki sauce: sake, soy sauce, sugar, sesame seeds and garlic.

I wish I was having that for lunch! Looks a might better than the pepperoni pizza I'm going to have.
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