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Old 03-29-2011, 10:40 AM   #31
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Nice plates, MsM. The burger looks delicious.
Thank you PaC! The burger had a nice crust on the outside and very juicy inside.
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Old 03-29-2011, 11:34 AM   #32
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I was seeing that crust!
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Old 03-29-2011, 12:20 PM   #33
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I am going to make pecado a la plancha, fish seasoned only with salt then sauteed.
Also fried some potatoes and served some lentils on the side.


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Old 03-29-2011, 01:53 PM   #34
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Due to work and school obligations our 18 year old is very seldom home for dinner these days. So when she makes a special dinner request I usually try to accomodate her.

Tonight she asked if we could have Mac & Cheese, so that's what's on the menu.
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Old 03-29-2011, 02:07 PM   #35
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Just leftovers here. But sure wish I was eating at Kadesma's or Rocklobster's!

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Old 03-29-2011, 02:10 PM   #36
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it was my boy's birthday today, so we asked him where he'd like to go to dinner. he's an old pro having dined out with us since he was about 2 or 3. (yes, it can be done but it takes 2 parents full time).

he first wanted korean bbq, then said red lobster after watching a commercial for the same.

so we decided we'd support a local japanese restaurant that's helping out the disaster in japan and go for hibachi.

the dinner was a lot of fun. our hibachi chef was very talented spinning, tossing, tapping and banging his utensils.

and his knife was incredibly sharp. he barely gripped it with his fingertips when he slid it through things with ease.

we started with the hibachi shrimp appy, then dw had the chicken and scallops, and my boy and i had filet mignon and more shrimp.

afterwards, the waiters did the haddy dur day-- bansai bansai bansai thing replete with dragon.

it was fun.
Bucky happy birthday to that big boy. Glad you all had a special day.
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Old 03-29-2011, 06:40 PM   #37
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it was my boy's birthday today, so we asked him where he'd like to go to dinner. he's an old pro having dined out with us since he was about 2 or 3. (yes, it can be done but it takes 2 parents full time).

he first wanted korean bbq, then said red lobster after watching a commercial for the same.

so we decided we'd support a local japanese restaurant that's helping out the disaster in japan and go for hibachi.

the dinner was a lot of fun. our hibachi chef was very talented spinning, tossing, tapping and banging his utensils.

and his knife was incredibly sharp. he barely gripped it with his fingertips when he slid it through things with ease.

we started with the hibachi shrimp appy, then dw had the chicken and scallops, and my boy and i had filet mignon and more shrimp.

afterwards, the waiters did the haddy dur day-- bansai bansai bansai thing replete with dragon.

it was fun.

you are such a good dad. he will remember all the loving things you do.
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Old 03-29-2011, 07:12 PM   #38
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thanks very much, kads and babe. he's such a good kid that he deserves all the love and attention we can give him. straight a's in school all year, student of the year candidate, the most accomplished scout in his tiger den and so on. (lol, sorry about the bragging).

but i can take no credit, i'm only passing on the things my dad taught me, and my boy makes it easy to continue those things.

he wants to do everything that i do, even better. it's a constant reminded of how blessed we are to have this time in life.

thanks again.
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I'm glad you had such a good time BT. Your boy is a sweetheart.
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