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Old 12-30-2008, 07:56 PM   #31
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I'm batter frying some Basa fillets with a yellow rice ensemble. And wine. I must have me some wine tonight. Yum. Wine. ;)

Oh! And some cole slaw.
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Old 12-30-2008, 07:59 PM   #32
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stuffed peppers
Stuffed with what, may I ask?
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Old 12-30-2008, 08:28 PM   #33
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Dinner? You have to be kidding.

After the lunch Constance, her DH (Kim) and I had, I won't have to eat for a year. We ate like royalty at an Argentine restaurant. I'm as stuffed as the Thanksgiving turkey and it's been 5 hours since we finished lunch.
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Old 12-30-2008, 10:25 PM   #34
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*jealous* that sounds reeeeally good!

I am making chicken paninis tonight... grilled chicken all sliced up with red/yellow/orange bell pepper, red onion, mozz cheese slices and pesto on ciabatta bread. Not sure what to have with it, but they are pretty filling so maybe nothing

i had a roast beef, cheddar and onions panini for dinner with some whole cranberries sauce. the sandwich was frozen one. very good. they come in clever little pack with a shiny area to help with browning in micro. fast and super good.
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Old 12-30-2008, 10:32 PM   #35
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This is just the way I use up leftover steak. I like to add little chunks of goat or blue cheese and some thinly sliced red onions too.

Dang! Now I'm hungry for a steak salad.
Anytime I have leftover steak... (which is rare), it ends up as a salad. It is soooo good! I'm gonna be making me some steak soon!!!
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Old 12-30-2008, 10:43 PM   #36
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Dinner? You have to be kidding.

After the lunch Constance, her DH (Kim) and I had, I won't have to eat for a year. We ate like royalty at an Argentine restaurant. I'm as stuffed as the Thanksgiving turkey and it's been 5 hours since we finished lunch.
No kidding! What we ate would feed a small village in Africa...for a week!

By the way, I sure liked that gaucho!
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No kidding! What we ate would feed a small village in Africa...for a week!

By the way, I sure liked that gaucho!
Yeah, Josh was cute.
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I am so glad you had such a good time together, Katie and Constance!

Well, I made the eggplant parmigiana but didn't end up with the vegitarian meal I had planned it. We bought 6 kilos of ground beef that I made into burger patties for the freezer and ended up having burgers with the eggplant. It was nice.
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Yeah, Josh was cute.
I wasn't talking about Josh...I was talking about the Latin guy in the gaucho gear who served us the meat.
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I wasn't talking about Josh...I was talking about the Latin guy in the gaucho gear who served us the meat.
Oh, yes, he was cute, too. And I liked his idea of what a "small" piece of the prime rib was.
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