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Old 07-27-2013, 08:31 PM   #1
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What's Cookin' Sunday, July 28, 2013?

I know I know! It's gonna be "Lobster Not-a-Roll"! Grabbed two of those bad boys for $3.99 a pound. Had the store cook em'. I'll spend this evening picking the meat out of the shell. Tomorrow I'll cut it up and mix with a bit of mayo and celery, then take four slices of sourdough bread sliced nice (not too thick, not too thin) that have been buttered on one side, load them up with the lobster mix, and grill two luscious sandwiches . So much more than just a "hot dog" bun.

Is it tomorrow yet? Can't wait.
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Old 07-27-2013, 08:43 PM   #2
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We will be having split pea and ham soup with green salad and mixed fruit...if I'm at home.
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Old 07-27-2013, 08:44 PM   #3
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I've got to make lobster rolls sometime.
I was thinking along the lines of seafood, also.
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Old 07-27-2013, 08:49 PM   #4
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I have GOT to do something with the mediocre fresh corn we got, hoping to make chicken corn soup.
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Old 07-28-2013, 12:27 AM   #5
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Tonight we are having roast pork belly with roast parsnips, baby carrots and potatoes all covered in gravy and apple sauce
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Old 07-28-2013, 01:26 AM   #6
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I know I know! It's gonna be "Lobster Not-a-Roll"! Grabbed two of those bad boys for $3.99 a pound. Had the store cook em'. I'll spend this evening picking the meat out of the shell. Tomorrow I'll cut it up and mix with a bit of mayo and celery, then take four slices of sourdough bread sliced nice (not too thick, not too thin) that have been buttered on one side, load them up with the lobster mix, and grill two luscious sandwiches . So much more than just a "hot dog" bun.

Is it tomorrow yet? Can't wait.
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We went for Chinese food tonight. Only my second outing since my latest asthma attack landed me in the er Tuesday.

TB grilled chicken drumettes for lunch with some salad. He sure is happy with his new grill.
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Took me nearly an hour to make sure I had them picked clean! FWIW, I spent just over $12 for the two lobsters @ $3.99 a pound. Weighed the meat when I was done and had 1/2 pound. That's all? I know it's $35 in the store to buy a pound of tail and claw meat but at that rate I would't make minimum wage cleaning lobsters.
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Took me nearly an hour to make sure I had them picked clean! FWIW, I spent just over $12 for the two lobsters @ $3.99 a pound. Weighed the meat when I was done and had 1/2 pound. That's all? I know it's $35 in the store to buy a pound of tail and claw meat but at that rate I would't make minimum wage cleaning lobsters.
The next time someone gives me lobsters, I will send them to you. Every time there is a reason to celebrate, my daughter buys lobsters. She always includes me. I finally had to tell her the truth. Save your money. I am so sick of lobsters. So now she gets me a small fried clam instead of a lobster.
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We went for Chinese food tonight. Only my second outing since my latest asthma attack landed me in the er Tuesday.

TB grilled chicken drumettes for lunch with some salad. He sure is happy with his new grill.
Yum, love Chinese

Hope your asthma attacks are keeping at bay!
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