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Old 04-30-2016, 07:33 PM   #11
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Creamy chicken and wild rice soup with homemade toasted bread. I'm taking a shortcut using Uncle Ben's Long Grain & Wild Rice mix with some homemade chicken stock from the freezer.
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Old 04-30-2016, 08:06 PM   #12
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It is written in our marriage contract, that when ever I volunteer on the tourist train, I stop at Yanni's and bring home gyro sandwiches with extra taziki sauce.
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Old 04-30-2016, 08:34 PM   #13
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It is written in our marriage contract, that when ever I volunteer on the tourist train, I stop at Yanni's and bring home gyro sandwiches with extra taziki sauce.
Love that idea! Where are the pix of the FOOD?!
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Old 04-30-2016, 08:36 PM   #14
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Creamy chicken and wild rice soup with homemade toasted bread. I'm taking a shortcut using Uncle Ben's Long Grain & Wild Rice mix with some homemade chicken stock from the freezer.
Turned out quite delicious. I also added baby spinach and parsley from the garden and Fox Point for extra seasoning.
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Old 04-30-2016, 09:20 PM   #15
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Looks good, GG. Everyone's dinners sound very tasty. Even Dawg's popcorn dinner.

SC, that is a good clause to have in your marriage contract!

I lightly floured, browned, and braised that monster pork chop this afternoon. Couldn't let all the lovely pan juices go to waste so I made a mushroom/onion/sour cream gravy. Decided to have steamed buttered carrots instead of the cauliflower, and ended up making a small amount of parslied egg noodles to help sop up all that gravy. I could barely finish half of the chop.
Can you tell I'm a big fan of fresh cracked pepper?
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We ended up with breakfast for supper. No complaints, since breakfast is always good. I had a tiny piece of ham to use up, but Himself wanted bacon, so we had both. We split a 4-egg mushroom omelet, and I fried up the first of my bag of homemade hash browns. I baked those russets on Easter, shredded and froze them the next day, and have been looking for the chance to use them ever since. Turned out so good I won't be buying store hash browns again!

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Creamy chicken and wild rice soup with homemade toasted bread. I'm taking a shortcut using Uncle Ben's Long Grain & Wild Rice mix with some homemade chicken stock from the freezer.
I always use the Carolina (Mahatma in the south) Long Grain and Wild Rice mix when I make my creamy chicken rice soup. So good!
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Love that idea! Where are the pix of the FOOD?!
Here you go!
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