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Old 07-15-2013, 09:47 PM   #11
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TB is having fun with his new BBQ - a "gift" from my Dad's estate. He did turkey sausage patties to go with our smoothies for breakfast, and smokies for our main meal.

I am making a salad for myself with some rotisserie chicken for my supper.
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I had leftover Indian food from Saturday. Stirling made himself a snack platter with cheese and karnatzel.
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Old 07-15-2013, 09:50 PM   #13
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Grilled Pork Chops w/ pineapple-habanaro glaze.
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Old 07-15-2013, 10:21 PM   #14
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Those chops look mighty tasty S&P.
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Old 07-15-2013, 10:24 PM   #15
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Those pork chops look divine S&P!

I decided to grill some NY cut steaks, bake a couple of potatoes and stir fry some fresh green beans with garlic and red pepper flake (not too much red pepper flake though, lol!). We will also have green salad. That should do it, Poor DH just got home, he has been up since 4am, it's been a very long day for him ( the air conditioning is not working in his gravel truck and it was HOT today). I think he's kinda crabby, so I hope he enjoys his dinner ;) wish me luck in returning with my head intact later ;)
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Old 07-15-2013, 10:57 PM   #16
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Nice chops, S&P!

Bunny! We're still working on the chicken salad.
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Old 07-16-2013, 12:33 AM   #17
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I've been craving tuna salad. I may make some up tomorrow for lunch! How do you make yours?
My tuna salad is like TJ Maxx - Never the same thing twice. I always start with mayo (not Miracle Whip - I think it's too sweet), chopped celery and hard cooked eggs, Lawry's Salt (the ONLY time I use Lawry's), mustard (usually Colman's Mustard powder), and fresh ground black pepper. THIS incarnation included lemon zest and fresh snipped chives. Sometimes I add Tabasco sauce or finely minced shallots or thinly sliced scallions or anything else that sounds good at the moment. If Himself likes a certain way he has to let me know right then. If he waits until the next day there's a pretty good chance I won't remember exactly what I grabbed! Let us know what YOU end up mixing, OK?
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Old 07-16-2013, 12:38 AM   #18
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My tuna salad is like TJ Maxx - Never the same thing twice. I always start with mayo (not Miracle Whip - I think it's too sweet), chopped celery and hard cooked eggs, Lawry's Salt (the ONLY time I use Lawry's), mustard (usually Colman's Mustard powder), and fresh ground black pepper. THIS incarnation included lemon zest and fresh snipped chives. Sometimes I add Tabasco sauce or finely minced shallots or thinly sliced scallions or anything else that sounds good at the moment. If Himself likes a certain way he has to let me know right then. If he waits until the next day there's a pretty good chance I won't remember exactly what I grabbed! Let us know what YOU end up mixing, OK?
Apparently we both get our tuna salad at TJMaxx, CG! Mine is similar, minus the eggs. Lots of sweet pickle relish, and chives, or scallions, or shallots or ?? Nuts, apple pieces, cleaning out the fridge.....
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Grilled Pork Chops w/ pineapple-habanaro glaze.
They look lovely
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Old 07-16-2013, 05:03 PM   #20
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Apparently we both get our tuna salad at TJMaxx, CG! Mine is similar, minus the eggs. Lots of sweet pickle relish, and chives, or scallions, or shallots or ?? Nuts, apple pieces, cleaning out the fridge.....
Not sweet relish, but sometimes I'll do dill. Have also added sliced green olives. I like my tuna salad on the salty side. Different strokes and all...
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