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Old 08-30-2016, 09:14 PM   #11
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Tenspeed, that dish looks amazing. Bookmarked.
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Old 08-30-2016, 09:46 PM   #12
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This is what I had for lunch and where I ate it. SO and I drove to the Cape Cod Canal and sat by the Canal and enjoyed a picture perfect day. A fantastic lunch capped off a fantastic day out with my sweetheart.

We just got home and are tired and not too hungry. We'll probably have breakfast for dinner.
So glad the two of you had a great day Andy! It's always about enjoying every today together. Is her health better?
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Old 08-30-2016, 09:59 PM   #13
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So glad the two of you had a great day Andy! It's always about enjoying every today together. Is her health better?

Thanks, Kayelle. Her health is surprisingly much better. She has been her old self.
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Old 08-30-2016, 10:59 PM   #14
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Sigh, what wonderful news Andy!
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Thanks, Kayelle. Her health is surprisingly much better. She has been her old self.
I'm so glad to hear that Looks like a great meal and a wonderful time.
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Old 08-30-2016, 11:03 PM   #16
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I decided to just have some fried potatoes tonight. I used to live on these when I was young and 3/4 of my paycheck was going to pay rent. Just peel, slice, and fry in oil. So unhealthy but tasted so good.
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We have a wine-butt chicken on the grill right now. I'm going to make potato salad (with homegrown potatoes!) and some kind of veggie. I also need to cut up and start eating the fruit I bought last weekend.
So, grilled chicken with boiled potatoes and a salad. I got caught up with things and didn't have time to make potato salad, so I just made a sauce with mayo, homemade mustard, cider vinegar and a bunch of seasonings - Fox Point, seasoned salt and some crumbled dried oregano from the garden. That was *really* good.
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Old 08-31-2016, 12:10 AM   #18
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Andy, that lobster roll is ginormous! Which shack did you stop at? You know, just in case Himself and I decide to take a ride. I'm glad to hear that your SO is feeling better, but I kinda figured she was when you said she was making the salad a day or two ago. Meant to ask how she was, but then forgot by the time I got around to posting. I swear, my brain has reached the point of forgetting as soon as I move on with something else.

GG, that Potato Salad Sauce is a great idea for when you don't want to bother with the chopping, etc. Me likey!


Clean-out day here. We finished up all the random things for the salad with smoked trout, beets, etc. Cleaned out most of the fresh veggies. Sauteed zucchini was seasoned withhh Spice House "Florida Seasoned Pepper", broccoli was topped with Penzeys "Brady Street Cheese Sprinkles". Main event was grilled pork chops rubbed liberally with Penzeys "Jamaican Jerk" seasoning.
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We had tomato soup for lunch and dinner was porkchop with fries and sauce.
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Thanks, Kayelle, G and CG. Things are better.

CG, we stopped at the Seafood Shanty in Buzzards Bay along the Cape Cod Canal. Never been disappointed there. We even took a detour to visit a Christmas Tree Shop nearby.
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