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Old 06-10-2014, 06:51 PM   #11
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Oh.... I thought this thread was directed to me because it said "Good looking" ...
Maybe it is, but it's not directed at only you.
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Old 06-10-2014, 07:11 PM   #12
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A small bowl of Angel Hair pasta with a couple of spoonfuls' of jarred sauce. I am really not very hungry, but I have been having that shaky feeling inside because my sugar has been low lately from not eating.

I have a houseful of food and I don't feel like eating anything.
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Old 06-10-2014, 07:39 PM   #13
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Actually, the meatloaf turned out perfect.

While looking for seasonings, I found an old thread I had started a long time ago in which several people mentioned stuffing.

In the past, I used stuffing mix, but uncooked. The cooked stuffing was much better.

Also using double the usual amount of hot ground sausage was a winner as well.

I had been having a problem with either too much salt or not enough. This time, I only put a few drops of teriyaki sauce on just the hamburger and massaged it in.

I realized that the sausage as well as the stuffing were already seasoned and didn't need additional salt.

While reviewing the posts to that thread, I caught Andy's idea for using the loaf pan to form the meatloaf and then cooking it in a pan to get rid of more of the grease. I tried it this time and the results were much better. Thanks, Andy!
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Old 06-10-2014, 07:44 PM   #14
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I made pasta salad with guacamole and sour cream based dressing, diced roasted chicken and diced tomatoes.
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Smoked turkey sammies & pasta salad. BBQ a smoked turkey the other day, so left overs.
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Old 06-10-2014, 08:06 PM   #16
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Meatloaf! My absolute favorite meal. If I were getting married, I would have the cake made of meatloaf and at the reception, meatloaf would be served. to the guests. Meatloaf ice cream for dessert.

I usually buy Prego Chunky Pasta Sauce. Been buying it for years. But this month I thought I would break out of my mold and get daring. I bought the 'house chunky jar'. I wanted something I could doctor up to my liking. Surprise, surprise. It is not bad. Actually it is perfect for doctoring. Just a plain marinara sauce. And it is chunky with the veggies in it. I think I just may have found a new jar of sauce and the cost is lower than Prego.
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This was dinner along with a cold beer and a Caesar salad. Bacon cheeseburger (quesadilla cheese) with purple onion.
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This was dinner along with a cold beer and a Caesar salad. Bacon cheeseburger (quesadilla cheese) with purple onion.

Didja save some for the rest of us? Looks fantastic Andy!
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Maybe it is, but it's not directed at only you.
Now how can that be??????????

FYI I avoid mirrors at all cost.

Also Andy. That burger should have been duplicated and every member on DC should have received at least 1!

Mr Z. glad the meatloaf was a success. I'll try to remember cooked stuffing instead of uncooked.
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Now how can that be??????????

FYI I avoid mirrors at all cost.

Also Andy. That burger should have been duplicated and every member on DC should have received at least 1!

Mr Z. glad the meatloaf was a success. I'll try to remember cooked stuffing instead of uncooked.

I sent you a burger. Expect it to arrive with pacanis' bacon shipment.
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