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Old 07-22-2012, 10:26 PM   #21
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We had a French omelette with feta and chives from the garden. Just had buttered toast with it.
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Old 07-22-2012, 10:32 PM   #22
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Nice Sunday Chicken dinners and pics from several of you. I'd tuck into any one of them starting way back with Andy's pork roast. The best whilte meat. And say thanks to everyone for sharing.

Well my day started out right, and only got better, though very low key by just about any standards. A nice walk around the lake ( about 3 + miles at 5:30 am) followed by some ice tea while reading the morning papers. Didn't do so good on the sunday internet crossword puzzle. This wore me out , so back to bed for 2 hours. Late breakfast / early luch with home made blueberry pancakes and bacon. Followed by an unplanned afternoon siesta while watching golf on tv ( does this put anyone else to sleep besides me?) I gave myself whip lash in my chair. But I was Multi Tasking, reading a book, and allowing one of the cats to turn the pages which she reads randomly, and me leaving wet grey rings to develop on the side table when I apparently misplaced setting down my glass of tea.

I just made a Blt sandwich for dinner, with avocado, arrugula, tomato,onion slice and the best size fresh picked cucumber from the garden. Also some seeded hot pepper, Came out Goopy with parts falling off a seeded bread toast. Otherwise tasty. The only foresight I had all day was to cook some extra bacon. I see there's a whole thread elsewhere about cooking up a package of bacon at a time or somesuch. Sweet. I had a handful of tater chips, which I don't often have, so there's a treat for today.

Can't decide if I want to cut into a watermelon tonight ( probably Yes) since it's well chilled. Maybe later.

The lazy days of summer.
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Old 07-22-2012, 10:33 PM   #23
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Here's the recipe for dinner tonight.

http://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j...RWc0uowVtvemog
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Old 07-22-2012, 11:01 PM   #24
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We had tri-tip sandwiches, orange jello,sliced tomatoes,bow tie pasta with butter and salt, stuffed zucchini's and onions. root beer floats for dessert.
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Old 07-23-2012, 03:54 AM   #25
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Steve cooked tea last night and made us the most delicious homemade chicken schnitzel using Panko breadcrumbs and we also had baked potatoes

Harry, did you see this meal?

I put the photo on especially for you
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Old 07-23-2012, 04:00 AM   #26
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Harry, did you see this meal?

I put the photo on especially for you
just seen it k & drop dead deeeeelish it looks too!! 'bout time tho',how many times did i have to ask you to put up the pics.....same again today young lady,ummmm,not the food the photo's that is!!
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Looks excelllent, Harry!

Tonight I thought I would try out my new rotisserie gadget, so I have a chicken whirling away...

thanks steve,rotti chicken on the grill,mmmmmmmmm,nice job!
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just seen it k & drop dead deeeeelish it looks too!! 'bout time tho',how many times did i have to ask you to put up the pics.....same again today young lady,ummmm,not the food the photo's that is!!
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thanks steve,rotti chicken on the grill,mmmmmmmmm,nice job!
Steve, that looks amazing!

I love chicken cooked like that...I see you are making good use of your new toy
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Harry...I LOVE Picpoul!!! Gumbo for dinner (shrimp and sausage)...aren't you proud of me, Uncle Bob? And a big "hello" to my friends here!
those frenchies DO know how to make a dry white that also tastes of something don't they elf? also like muscadet,chablis,pouilly fuisse/fume how's about you? thank the lord for the supermarkets over here with their 2 for 10 & 3 for 12 promo's,makes it a lot more painless & affordable.they had a really good australian rose @ 9.99 or 2 for 10 so the second bottle cost one of our shiny british penny's...no brainer!.....mad 'innit?
guess gumbo is your version of the paella i cooked tonight? meat,fish & rice....or am i confusing it with something else?
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