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Old 12-20-2005, 10:51 PM   #11
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Old 12-21-2005, 12:02 AM   #12
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well it's late and now it's time to do a segment on tomorrow's meal. I will say that I roasted/baked a pork boneless roast in Paula Deen's house seasoning and Catalina salad dressing, foiled it, 1 1/2 hours on 350. I did easy baked potatoes and green beans with bread from Von's that I'd taken out of the freezer. DH bought it a week or so ago and I forgot it in the freezer. It's from Vons' bakery and it's garlic peppercorn sourdough. Gad it's good. I had a Snickers for desert at which point the DH looked at me like I had two heads.
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Old 12-21-2005, 12:59 AM   #13
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Today, I went shopping with my brother. He had some Christmas shopping to do and I needed to return an ink cartridge for my printer. We had lunch a Quiznos. Tonight I was not really wanting to cook much, so I had fish 'n' chips. I sent home with him a container of the beef burgundy that I made the other night.
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Old 12-21-2005, 01:07 AM   #14
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I ate some Turkey and Corn Chowder I made at work.
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Cool! The pie turned out really good!
YIPPPEEEE! I'll be making another one for
the party we're going to on Christmas Eve.
Not very Christmassy...I know... but YUMMMMERS!!

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Old 12-21-2005, 08:30 AM   #16
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We had Quiznos for dinner, sierra! I had the chicken milano--which did you get?

Sofia had her check-up (doing great--9.5 lb, 23 in and healthy) so we just grabbed the sandwiches on the way home. It was the 1st time i'd been out to eat since before she was born--what a treat!
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Old 12-21-2005, 09:00 AM   #17
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We had Quiznos for dinner, sierra! I had the chicken milano--which did you get?

Sofia had her check-up (doing great--9.5 lb, 23 in and healthy) so we just grabbed the sandwiches on the way home. It was the 1st time i'd been out to eat since before she was born--what a treat!
For all you Quizno's lovers...

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Old 12-21-2005, 09:13 AM   #18
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i love rather good, but a warning to those with sensitive ears. many of the songs there are, shall we say, a bit risque.

i like to play the stomping laibach (sp?) kittens for my german boss. he was in the hitler youth as a kid (and we take every chance to tease him about it).

last night was a gaelic burger from my old hangout, an irish pub called dj reynolds. it is a huge burger, topped with irish bacon, irish cheddar, and raw onions. i have some serious aggida having stayed up all night (another double shift ), but it was worth it.
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We had Quiznos for dinner, sierra! I had the chicken milano--which did you get?

Sofia had her check-up (doing great--9.5 lb, 23 in and healthy) so we just grabbed the sandwiches on the way home. It was the 1st time i'd been out to eat since before she was born--what a treat!
I had the Cabo chicken - Oven-roasted chicken, bacon, cheddar, quacamole, tomato, red onion, spring mix, and mild chipotle mayo. I also had a coupon for buy one sandwich, get one free. So, we saved $5.00 on our lunch. Quiznos is my favorite sandwich place to go, but there is a new deli in town that I would like to try. Congrats on Sofia's healthy check-up. Give her hug for me.
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