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Old 10-22-2012, 09:46 PM   #31
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Even though it was a beautiful day, my friend "arthur-itis" decided to make my day a miserable one. Thank goodness there was a ton of vegetable-beef soup left.

We had the last of the vegetable-beef soup, the last of the cornmeal yeast rolls and iced tea. We were too full for dessert.
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Old 10-22-2012, 10:51 PM   #32
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I wish I had thought to throw Snip's cookie pudding recipe in the oven while I was cooking Steve's chili lime potatoes... but oh well. Later this week I'll get to it. My mind was interrupted
That looks really tasty and I don't like sweet potatoes (and I'm not supposed to eat them).
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We will be having shepherd's pie, made with some of the leftover lamb from yesterday. I'll probably make a salad and vinaigrette to go with that. I'm making some lamb stock right now for the gravy.
It wasn't as good as when I made shepherd's pie with ground lamb, but it was good and the salad turned out really good.

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Old 10-23-2012, 12:05 AM   #34
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Yum Taxy...love shepherds pie looks great!
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Yum Taxy...love shepherds pie looks great!
Thanks Kylie.
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Old 10-23-2012, 01:29 AM   #36
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I wish I had thought to throw Snip's cookie pudding recipe in the oven while I was cooking Steve's chili lime potatoes... but oh well. Later this week I'll get to it. My mind was interrupted
Looking at your yummy meal, don't think you would have had space for pudding
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Old 10-23-2012, 01:42 AM   #37
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The chicken I took out of the freezer last night is still hard as a rock, so we'll probably go out tonight. Mrs. K has a craving for the salad bar at Ruby Tuesday's, so maybe that.
You should just bag it and tag it, then throw it into a large pot of water or your sink, or just nuke it at 30% (universal defrost setting.)
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Prepping for dinner! Grilled rum infused steak, topped with fresh grilled pineapples and lobster tail.
Looks great! Is that before or after cooking?
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Country-style pork ribs in a chiptole marinade.
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There is still plenty of bowls of vegetable soup in the freezer so I just pulled the one that I think says Monday on it to thaw a little before heating. Will see if I chose the right one.
I hear some people have the day of the week monogrammed on their underwear, presumably to synchronize with the calendar...
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