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Old 07-26-2013, 09:49 PM   #31
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Goodnight all. (It would be fair to say I am not too good at dealing with anything death related.) My apologies Kylie.

Please forgive me.

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Old 07-26-2013, 09:59 PM   #32
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Goodnight all. (It would be fair to say I am not too good at dealing with anything death related.) My apologies Kylie.

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You have nothing to apologise about Katy, it is totally understandable...you have a lovely sleep xxx
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Old 07-26-2013, 11:30 PM   #33
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*ahem* In getting this thread back to FRIDAY'S DINNER, we stopped at the new craft brewery that opened in the next town over a month or two ago. We've gone thru about 3/4 of a growler (64 oz take-home jug, for the uninitiated) and sopped it up in our tummies with potato wedges (nothing like making your own from fresh potato!) and turkey burgers made on the CI griddle. Melted fresh mozzarella on top. I used pesto on mine, Himself used mustard. Now for dessert...more beer!
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Old 07-26-2013, 11:37 PM   #34
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...We'll probably eat at the Fest Haus so we can see my son do his tuba thing with the German band. It will be some kind of German fare, most likely Ruben sandwiches or some kind of wursts.
We were at Busch Gardens back when it was called "Old Country" - ages ago. I still remember the Loch Ness Monster. Swore we were going to dive right into the water and drown! Boy, was it fun! Hope you guys had a good time. Also, IMO wursts are best!
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*ahem* In getting this thread back to FRIDAY'S DINNER, we stopped at the new craft brewery that opened in the next town over a month or two ago. We've gone thru about 3/4 of a growler (64 oz take-home jug, for the uninitiated) and sopped it up in our tummies with potato wedges (nothing like making your own from fresh potato!) and turkey burgers made on the CI griddle. Melted fresh mozzarella on top. I used pesto on mine, Himself used mustard. Now for dessert...more beer!
We're having dessert right now - Margaritas.
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Old 07-27-2013, 12:27 AM   #36
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It's party time! Olé!
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Old 07-27-2013, 01:02 AM   #37
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We're having dessert right now - Margaritas.
Sounds pretty good to me Taxy
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Old 07-27-2013, 01:03 AM   #38
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Since Stirling is off GM'ing a game, I had steak. Stirling isn't big on "slab-o-beef". I love it.

I had a spencer steak, also known as ribeye, with fried onions and I nuked some frozen corn - all that talk of corn made me crave some. I made a quick sauce by deglazing the pan with red wine and reducing, then added some butter and cream. I would have sauteed some mushrooms, but they were growing fur .
That all sounds tasty, I love rib eye steak
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We were at Busch Gardens back when it was called "Old Country" - ages ago. I still remember the Loch Ness Monster. Swore we were going to dive right into the water and drown! Boy, was it fun! Hope you guys had a good time. Also, IMO wursts are best!
Don't do the rides like I used to but we had a good time anyway. It's a nice park to walk through when the weather is good. We had ribs and wursts with German potatoes, dill pickle and cheesecake. The Oktoberfest show is scaled down but still good. Loch Ness is one of my favorite coasters ever! Love it but didn't get to ride it this time.
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Old 07-27-2013, 12:22 PM   #40
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We had a wonderful dinner at Angelina last night. We started with a salumi platter. Then DH had tomato and fresh mozzarella filled ravioli topped with pesto and balsamic reduction and I had squid-ink pappardelle with seared scallops and grape tomatoes. It was wonderful!

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