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Old 06-19-2015, 07:41 PM   #11
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NY strip steak, vegies, stuffed clams & garlic & shrimp stuffed avocado.




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Old 06-19-2015, 08:04 PM   #12
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Joey, you sure take good care of yourself!
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Beautiful looking dinners, Wyshie and Joey!
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Old 06-19-2015, 10:28 PM   #14
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What's for dinner? Friday, 6-19-15

+1, Andy and Cheryl. We nibbled leftovers, nothing exciting.
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A sprained foot, beth? Hope you feel better soon.

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...My favorite chicken salad includes halved grapes...
I like green (white?) grapes, cut in half, with some slivered almonds mixed with the chicken. A touch of a little garam masala? Very nice!

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Grocery shopping day, so the usual leftovers. I made salads. I made mine huge and added the last bits of the grilled chicken, the tail end of some ham, and a generous portion of queso fresco. Himself had a regular-sized salad and finished off the last of the cheater ravioli lasagna. Still have leftovers, though.
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Old 06-20-2015, 04:04 AM   #16
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It was a long day running around getting ingredients for meal kits at farm gates, etc., so I stopped at http://www.shawarmapalace.ca/ and picked up two plates--vegetarian for me, beef and chicken for the other co-worker (thanks, boss, for feeding us). (I had to go pick up 25 kg of green beans--the supplier sent peas...not part of the recipe, so since the Produce Depot is next door to the Shawarma Palace, well, it made sense). Extra hummus (meh) and tabbouli. I was so frigging hungry--if I could have figured out how to eat it on the 15-minute drive back to the kitchen without making a mess, I would have. I was so hungry, I wasn't myself. I hate that feeling. Luckily, traffic was light or I might have gotten into trouble.

I started my road trip before 8 a.m. It was 7 p.m. when I picked up our food. It was tasty--have leftovers for later. (I have been sharing more meals with this co-worker than anyone else lately).

You'd think since we work in a commercial kitchen there would be food we could eat...no, everything was frozen or portioned. We didn't feel like thawing anything (chicken breasts or quail legs) and cooking. Besides, we would have had to clean up after cooking. This way, we just had to do the plates and utensils we used.
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