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Old 09-28-2012, 09:42 PM   #21
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We had fish, me crawfish enchilladah, rice,beans, fries,bread butter,DH had cajun shrimp,rice,beans,bread butter and both of us had ice tea and peach cobbler and ice cream.
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Old 09-28-2012, 11:09 PM   #22
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White Wine & herb Braised Chicken over Whipped Potatoes:






Might do a write up, I dunno.
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Old 09-28-2012, 11:44 PM   #23
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We had beef tenderloin steaks, salad, and hasselback potatoes. Then we had chocolate mousse for dessert with some porto.

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Old 09-29-2012, 01:15 AM   #24
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Looks good, gang! I took my daughter out for dinner. We had ordered the calamari for starter when she spotted a friend who said she was going to another friends for a bon fire, which my daughter had already told me about but decided not to go to, then changed her mind and I told her to go but I had to drive her home first 'cus she had to change her clothes so we didn't order mains 'cus we just had to get going and blah blah blah.....I have a hard time keeping up to teenage girls....
So, to make a long story longer, I just had a half order of calamari, some crusty bread......Now I am up at 1 a.m. eating toast and peanut butter.
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Old 09-29-2012, 01:19 AM   #25
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Looks good, gang! I took my daughter out for dinner. We had ordered the calamari for starter when she spotted a friend who said she was going to another friends for a bon fire, which my daughter had already told me about but decided not to go to, then changed her mind and I told her to go but I had to drive her home first 'cus she had to change her clothes so we didn't order mains 'cus we just had to get going and blah blah blah.....I have a hard time keeping up to teenage girls....
So, to make a long story longer, I just had a half order of calamari, some crusty bread......Now I am up at 1 a.m. eating toast and peanut butter.
Oh, Rock, you should become a stand-up comedian and do a routine on teenage girls - that was absolutely hilarious! Sorry about your dinner though!
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Yeah, thanks. What's really funny is that it is all true and I left loads of mind spinning(numbing?) details out. This was the Coles Notes version, trust me.
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Home-corned beef brisket (pickled 10 days) with coarse homemade mustard, tomato salad with balsamic vinegar and potato salad with a cider vinegar, oil and bouillon dressing.
Corned beef was lean but tender and not too salty. It was a 2 pound piece, soaked in water for 1 1/2 hours and then simmered in 11 cups of seasoned water for 3 hours.
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Old 09-29-2012, 02:18 AM   #28
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Yeah, thanks. What's really funny is that it is all true and I left loads of mind spinning(numbing?) details out. This was the Coles Notes version, trust me.
I hang out with a bunch of teen girls - trust me, I believe you!
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Old 09-29-2012, 09:30 AM   #29
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Oh, Rock, you should become a stand-up comedian and do a routine on teenage girls - that was absolutely hilarious! Sorry about your dinner though!
Rock, start taking notes.
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Old 09-29-2012, 09:42 AM   #30
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Poutine would sure hit the spot. It's starting to get brisk weather-wise around here lately. I'll have to see if the local store still carries those vacuum sealed curds.
Pac--that's somewhat ironic--the chip wagons open around Easter and close around Canadian Thanksgiving--so poutine, at least for me, is a "summer" food. (Although I cheat and do make it in the winter--but not a lot of chip wagons on the roadside to tempt me when I'm out and about and hungry).
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