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Old 10-25-2011, 09:23 AM   #51
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Smoked Salmon .. found recipe here
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Old 10-25-2011, 05:03 PM   #52
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Those dinners look virtually identical, VB. Is one plate for you and one for hubby?
No that was Mark's plate. It's the same plate, just different shots. Sometimes I do that.. post more than one picture if I'm not happy with just the one.
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Old 10-25-2011, 05:07 PM   #53
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i am not feeling all that great either. hence not to much food. i wish i could go to sleep for a few days. then all the meds will have worked and i will be well. all i did today, was a few dishes, and heating up some wings. being sick is just a big fat bummer.
I hope you feel better soon, I know how you feel. I got hit with the flu a couple weeks ago. The after effects are still bugging me.. being worn out, achy and an ear infection. It seems to come and go.
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Old 10-25-2011, 05:15 PM   #54
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I had BLTs yesterday for lunch.
I was cooking a lb of bacon anyway, so I made a couple sammies on plain white bread (not toasted) with lots of mayo. Sometimes a BLT really hits the spot. Funny thing was, I hardly had any cooked bacon left for the freezer afterwards

So anyway, tonight, once I got going cooking the sausage I just couldn't stop. I had some cheddar cheese I wanted to use up anyway.
Loaded mac & cheese.
I had to cook more bacon last night than what I had taken out, because I sampled some when it was done.

Your mac-n-cheese looks delish. I always have to add something to it. It seems too boring without meat or at least some vegies added to it.
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Old 10-25-2011, 05:24 PM   #55
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No that was Mark's plate. It's the same plate, just different shots. Sometimes I do that.. post more than one picture if I'm not happy with just the one.
Duh, then they were identical
Sometimes I take two shots, too, but one might be the whole plate and the other a closeup of what I'm featuring, like the salmon the other night. I thought you were showing how similar you plated everything
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Old 10-25-2011, 05:28 PM   #56
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Thank you.
I usually do, too 9make it loaded), but sometimes I like it plain. Usually I'll go for the box if I just want something quick, and homemade if I'm adding other stuff to it. It really doesn't matter to me how I make it or what's in it, I love pasta and I love cheese.

And yeah, bacon... it's hard to have it just sitting around without grabbing a piece or two. I'd like to try making my own sometime.
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