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Old 02-10-2014, 01:49 AM   #41
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Decided to use the last of the Neverending Ham in loaded baked potatoes. I baked the potatoes first in the oven, slathered with EVOO and coated with S&P, then cut open and loaded them with the ham, broccoli, and cheese. Himself had mozzarella, I had Jarlsberg. Preceded the potatoes with spinach salads. Oatmeal chocolate chip cookies that I baked a few days ago finished it off.
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Old 02-10-2014, 07:58 AM   #42
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We went out for Lupper around 4 pm, so last night about 8 PM I had a small bowl of Breyer's Tiramisu Gelato...I was sooo lucky I found it in the store....Shrek says we need a second chest freezer for storing gelato.
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Old 02-10-2014, 02:31 PM   #43
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Breyer's Tiramisu Gelato

I am with Shrek on the 2nd freezer. I soooo have to look for this. I like Breyer's chocolate.
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Old 02-11-2014, 12:20 AM   #44
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Decided to use the last of the Neverending Ham in loaded baked potatoes. I baked the potatoes first in the oven, slathered with EVOO and coated with S&P, then cut open and loaded them with the ham, broccoli, and cheese. Himself had mozzarella, I had Jarlsberg. Preceded the potatoes with spinach salads. Oatmeal chocolate chip cookies that I baked a few days ago finished it off.
That looks wonderful!
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Old 02-11-2014, 12:24 AM   #45
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We went out for Lupper around 4 pm, so last night about 8 PM I had a small bowl of Breyer's Tiramisu Gelato...I was sooo lucky I found it in the store....Shrek says we need a second chest freezer for storing gelato.
So funny, Princess. We call our late lunches "Linner". It sounds better than "Dunch".
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So funny, Princess. We call our late lunches "Linner". It sounds better than "Dunch".
We eat a lot of Lupper here these days. Dinner then becomes something light.
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We eat a lot of Lupper here these days. Dinner then becomes something light.
I find the same thing in my world. Breakfast and lunch are becoming my main meals and dinner is becoming a memory!

My Mother was the same way for her dinner was a cocktail and a few munchies, maybe it comes with age.

I still gotta have my bedtime snack though!
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Heh, I eat more peanut butter now than I ever did as a kid...and usually for my dinner/supper.
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