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Old 07-22-2012, 04:13 AM   #31
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i ordered a bbq chicken pizza. really tired for some reason. did nothing and then took a nap. pizza is the go to meal for me.
Yum...BBQ chicken pizza sounds fabulous!
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Old 07-22-2012, 06:17 AM   #32
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I dug the first potatoes from the garden, have celery, onion, carrots, beans, kohlrabi, zucchini, and broccoli. Oh, and bok choy up the ying-yang.

I'm making my version of this:

Kikuchan's Potato-Crab Salad Recipe - Allrecipes.com

It will be a meal-by-itself and will be served on a bed of red lettuce (also from the garden).
works for me cw!
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Old 07-22-2012, 06:18 AM   #33
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nice job rock! hows the head?
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Old 07-22-2012, 06:26 AM   #34
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I don't know what it is called.

Vegetables saute crisp: zucchini green and yellow, pea pods, broccoli, carrots sliced, red green and yellow peppers, and chopped tomatoes.

Sauce, cooked chopped onions and garlic in oil, then some white wine, heavy cream, S&P.

Add, cooked shrimp and linguini, top with parmesan cheese.
It was YUM.
I think it is called "got all this stuff in the garden, gotta eat it" melody.
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Old 07-22-2012, 06:26 AM   #35
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Very nice spread, Harry. I love seafood, breaded or otherwise. Nice selection.
cheers P,think i'll take a leaf out of your book.next time i think i'll reduce the seafood & griddle a bit of steak....now we're talkin' surf & turf!!
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Old 07-22-2012, 06:32 AM   #36
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Both, actually. The food looks amazing, and your story made me stop and think - there are so many beautiful places in the world, and I'm fortunate to live fairly near the beaches and where it's sunny 300 days a year. Sometimes I take that for granted...

Great looking dinner!
thanks C & you're right.i've been chatting with addie about wales.bolas & i were born & raised in north wales.i was looking through google images of wales & thought "no wonder the welsh call it gods own country" stunning,but you're right,took it for granted for years.be better with a drop of your weather tho'!!
having said that summer seems to have finally arrived here,apparently set for some nice sunny warm weather!!
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nice job rock! hows the head?
It got better after a wobbly pop and a Bloody Mary.....
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Old 07-22-2012, 12:33 PM   #38
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Seafood here as well. Last night, we went out for our anniversary to a favorite Italian restaurant.

The food, as always, was excellent and filling.

Below, Insalata di Mare and Spaghetti allo Scoglio, with fresh squid, baby octopus, mussels, and clams. I also had a steak. Didn't photograph it, though, since we've all seen a steak.


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thanks C & you're right.i've been chatting with addie about wales.bolas & i were born & raised in north wales.i was looking through google images of wales & thought "no wonder the welsh call it gods own country" stunning,but you're right,took it for granted for years.be better with a drop of your weather tho'!!
having said that summer seems to have finally arrived here,apparently set for some nice sunny warm weather!!
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Glad to hear warm weather is ahead for you, harry!
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Seafood here as well. Last night, we went out for our anniversary to a favorite Italian restaurant.

The food, as always, was excellent and filling.

Below, Insalata di Mare and Spaghetti allo Scoglio, with fresh squid, baby octopus, mussels, and clams. I also had a steak. Didn't photograph it, though, since we've all seen a steak.


Steve - that looks absolutely delicious. And happy anniversary!
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