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Old 12-08-2005, 10:51 AM   #1
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What's for dinner Thursday, Dec. 8th?

I have a pot of homemade chili simmering as I type. Not sure what we'll have with it yet though.

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Old 12-08-2005, 11:04 AM   #2
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tonight, i'm grilling teryaki tilapia, pineapple, and mayan sweet onion skewers, and a rubbed (black and red pepper, onion and garlic powder, and worcestershire sauce) london broil, and rosemary/evoo grilled potato wedges.
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Old 12-08-2005, 11:28 AM   #3
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Rice and prawns(One of urmaniac13's prawns recipe actually)
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Old 12-08-2005, 12:12 PM   #4
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I cooked up an 8 1/2 pound ham late last night and now I'm trying to figure out what to do with it. Ham sammys would be the easy way out. I'm really digging buck's idea about pineapple skewers but it's a wee bit too windy to fire up the grill and putting on the Carharts seems like overkill just to cook something. Hm. *think, think, think* I dunno, I guess I'll just keep an eye on the weather. If not that, maybe omelettes or something.
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Old 12-08-2005, 12:16 PM   #5
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tonight, i'm grilling teryaki tilapia, pineapple, and mayan sweet onion skewers, and a rubbed (black and red pepper, onion and garlic powder, and worcestershire sauce) london broil, and rosemary/evoo grilled potato wedges.
You always list the most wonderful sounding dinners Bucky, it feels as though I just read the menu at a top notch restaurant

I'm making a warm chicken cesar salad w/homemade croutons, and a veg dish which I haven't quite settled on yet (lol, still have 45 minutes to ponder ).
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Old 12-08-2005, 12:20 PM   #6
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Last night Cris had to work until very late and I didn't get to try out the quinoa salad... so it will be on the menu today!! Along with stuffed mushrooms
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gosh you guys, no fair you're all ahead of me in the planning stage
I have no clue as I have contractors here for the entirety of the day. 7 of them actually
I think it's gonna have to be Thursday nite date night for me and the hubster at Mexican with (depending on how the day goes and how much $$$$$$$$$ I have left ) lot's of margarita's!!!!!!!!!!!

some of you come join me, the margies are on me
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gosh you guys, no fair you're all ahead of me in the planning stage
I have no clue as I have contractors here for the entirety of the day. 7 of them actually
I think it's gonna have to be Thursday nite date night for me and the hubster at Mexican with (depending on how the day goes and how much $$$$$$$$$ I have left ) lot's of margarita's!!!!!!!!!!!

some of you come join me, the margies are on me
Oh a margarita sounds soooooooooo good! Lucky duck. DH and I go to a really good authentic Mexican resturant in a neighboring town. They have the best margarita's I've ever had. Last time I decided to have 2 vs. my usual 1..............whooooeeeeee......I was just a tad bit tipsy . Don't worry DH was in charge of the driving
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I cooked up an 8 1/2 pound ham late last night and now I'm trying to figure out what to do with it. Ham sammys would be the easy way out. I'm really digging buck's idea about pineapple skewers but it's a wee bit too windy to fire up the grill and putting on the Carharts seems like overkill just to cook something. Hm. *think, think, think* I dunno, I guess I'll just keep an eye on the weather. If not that, maybe omelettes or something.
DC, try the link below.


http://southernfood.about.com/librar.../blpage10d.htm

For dinner tonight I am making Chinese pepper steak over brown rice.
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Old 12-08-2005, 01:56 PM   #10
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damp, put some of ronjohn style anti-freeze (it ain't no ethelyne glycol) in your blood, and get out there. (oot there, for you canadians ).

just don't use the hand over the coals trick to tell the cooking temp. if you can't feel your fingers, they might cook a little bit on ya.
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