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Old 01-25-2010, 12:59 AM   #31
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Griddled a couple boneless chicken breasts on my Cuisinart, then grilled sammies. DH had provolone cheese, I did Fontina again...added prosciutto, lettuce and tomato (at least that's what its sticker said). Chips (for a veggie) and pickle and our tummies were happy.

Unfortunately, that was the very last Great Lakes Dortmunder Gold. Time for a pilgrimage to Cleveland.
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Old 01-25-2010, 02:21 AM   #32
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Griddled a couple boneless chicken breasts on my Cuisinart, then grilled sammies. DH had provolone cheese, I did Fontina again...added prosciutto, lettuce and tomato (at least that's what its sticker said). Chips (for a veggie) and pickle and our tummies were happy.

Unfortunately, that was the very last Great Lakes Dortmunder Gold. Time for a pilgrimage to Cleveland.
Do you have The Griddler? I know a couple of people that have one and love it! I'm thinking about getting one.

Your dinner looks delish, by the way!
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Old 01-25-2010, 02:23 AM   #33
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Here's the cake, and the goofball trying to eat it.
That cake looks so good..... so does the shot of her with her nose almost in it! I would not have maintained self-control!
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Happy Birthday to your DD!

I'm making chicken-noodle soup to go along side the BLT's. I wanted to make tomato soup, but I think that is too much tomato with the BLT.
Here was dinner.


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Old 01-25-2010, 02:33 AM   #35
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Franks and beans - sauted bacon, onions and hot dogs (cut into bite sized pieces). B & M baked beans added to pot along with my homemade BBQ sauce and rub.



I love the first shot! I wish I could make something like that. I can, but it would be just me eating it. I'm getting hungry again... lol
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Gee, V-Bean, we could have swapped halves of sammies and had a mini buffet! Yours looks yummy, too. Glad you liked the pic; it was my first attempt (DH helped a LOT!)

And I do have the Griddler. DH got it for me a couple of Christmases ago...after I circled the pic in the BedBathandBeyond flyer, handed him a 20% off coupon, and gave him enough gift cards we got for our Discover cash back rewards to buy it. Just a little hint. I use it a lot, especially for chicken and boneless pork chops. Makes great paninis, too.
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Do you have ANY idea the self control it took not to smush her face into the cake???? LOLOLOL!!!
ROTFLMAO!! I am proud of you Alix!!
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Here was dinner.


BEAUTIFUL YOU TWO!! got me wanting BLT'S!! great pics.
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Griddled a couple boneless chicken breasts on my Cuisinart, then grilled sammies. DH had provolone cheese, I did Fontina again...added prosciutto, lettuce and tomato (at least that's what its sticker said). Chips (for a veggie) and pickle and our tummies were happy.

Unfortunately, that was the very last Great Lakes Dortmunder Gold. Time for a pilgrimage to Cleveland.
yummy!! great pics!!
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I love the first shot! I wish I could make something like that. I can, but it would be just me eating it. I'm getting hungry again... lol
thank you vb!! you two really got me wanting a BLT!! and all i have is B!!
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