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Old 08-09-2012, 12:45 AM   #31
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Oh, my....wonderful sounding meals, everyone. I had nothing for dinner - went for a late lunch today with my daughter and 3 of the grandkids. They had pizza and I had a humongous salad. Afterwards, we went to Baskin Robbins for some ice cream It was 109 today, so it seemed fittin.

Harry, your chicken dinner looks amazing. Rocklobster, looks wonderful. Msmofet, I zeroed in on your stuffing, it's not just for Thanksgiving or Christmas!

The grilled wings sound so appetizing, too!
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Old 08-09-2012, 01:14 AM   #32
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very nice, mofet. you always get such a good sear. cast iron? and i want your stuffing. now!


my broiled buffalo wings came out great tonight. pictorial and "recipe" (it's too easy to really be a recipe) is posted under meats/chicken.

http://www.discusscooking.com/forums...ngs-81028.html

my photography and cooking skills aren't quite up to harry's, but it's a start.
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Old 08-09-2012, 05:39 AM   #33
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They look great Tom and nice photography
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Old 08-09-2012, 05:55 AM   #34
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yeah, i hear ya, monsieur.

this laurel wreath and toga are gettin' knida itchy. where's my salad, darnit?
....you,a nurse....sorry mate,just had a vision of heath ledger as the joker disguised as a nurse in the dark night....just before he blows up the hospital......just priceless....best film ever,my son & i saw it in 3D,3 times at the imax in manchester....a screen the size of an eight storey building,a sound system more powerful than two thousand home stereos etc etc etc
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Old 08-09-2012, 05:57 AM   #35
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i've always wanted to go to an imax theatre. i've heard they're incredible.

did you remember to bring your son home?
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Old 08-09-2012, 05:58 AM   #36
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The heat is ON - 107 degrees predicted today (& much of the same the rest of the week).

Making Salmon Pasta Nicoise salad - smoked wild alaskan salmon, black olives, rotini, cut Italian green beans, red onion, halved cherry tomatoes, avocado & honey dijon vinaigrette dressing.

What's cooking at your place?
great food,nice dress too,lovin' the new avatar cerise!!
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....you,a nurse....sorry mate,just had a vision of heath ledger as the joker disguised as a nurse in the dark night....just before he blows up the hospital......just priceless....best film ever,my son & i saw it in 3D,3 times at the imax in manchester....a screen the size of an eight storey building,a sound system more powerful than two thousand home stereos etc etc etc
Sounds like a massive screen that Imax
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i've always wanted to go to an imax theatre. i've heard they're incredible.
I went to one years ago, but they got rid of it for some reason...they are great...although the one H went to sounds larger
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like watching a drive-in movie on uluru, i'd imagine.
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i've always wanted to go to an imax theatre. i've heard they're incredible.

did you remember to bring your son home?
yep,you're only allowed to forget your kids if you are a british prime minister!!
imax is superb.the screen is huuuuuuuuuuuge,the sound is so powerful the seats vibrate and,for example,where batman launches himself off that skyscraper you actually got a feeling of vertigo.we saw it in normal mode in the imax(not 3D)as well.same thing happened.saw beowulf there with ben & my boss(he's also a great friend of mine...my boss that is not ben...but ben & i get on ok too!...right ramble over)in 3D we were literally "dodging" the spears & arrows
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