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Old 06-26-2012, 07:53 PM   #11
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Cod here, too. Baked in red pesto, with boiled beets and steamed peas.
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Old 06-26-2012, 07:57 PM   #12
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All that talk of Lebanese food, Looking for Lebanese food recipes., gave me a craving. Both Stirling and I were tired, so we ordered from Mr. Falafel.

One shish taouk platter and one shwarma platter with fattoush salad, tabouli, and aioli and hummus on the side. Oh, and some sort of really yummy 'taters. That was really, really yummy and tasted like real food.
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I was working in the yard and forgot to start the dinner I had planned, so we ended up having mac-n-cheese and hotdogs and I had a salad to make it a sort of healthy meal.
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Yum! Next time I score some cod, I'm going to include pesto!
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Because breakfast has become such a filling meal, I am not that hungry in the evening. Tonight it was an open-faced grilled chicken burger served on a grilled portabello mushroom topped with fresh lettuce from the garden and homemade guacamole, side of grilled green and red peppers. Too stuffed for the homemade strawberry pepper ice cream. Didn't think to take a picture.
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Dave, love the sound of your meal

Tuesday night we went to an Indian Restaurant for my birthday (as many of you guys know) and hubby and I shared our meals, we had Chicken Kadai and Chicken Madras for mains, a couple of different naan breads, samosas and cheese pakora...and too much red wine
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lovely sight for my hungry eyes--yum, and beets too!
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We used our new Weber grill for the first time and grilled chuck eye steaks. I marinated them in olive oil, lime juice, and a few healthy shakes of Montreal steak seasoning. I had never tried that as a marinade, but it was really good.
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