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Old 08-20-2010, 03:05 PM   #11
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I did my bi-weekly trip to Costco yesterday, and along with a lot of other stuff, I picked up two small lobster tails. This morning I opened the fridge, and nearly buckled from the bad fish smell!! The package sell date is Aug. 24, 5 days from yesterday.
Needless to say, I was madder than a wet hen. I headed back to Costco again (30 miles round trip) with my smelly lobster in the trunk of the car, got my 20 bucks back, and left a big piece of my mind with the manager. Dang, I had my mouth all set for a lobster treat, but it will take some time to get over that horrible smell.
I don't have the slightest idea now, what's for dinner tonite.
GRRRRR.......
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Old 08-20-2010, 03:12 PM   #12
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I did my bi-weekly trip to Costco yesterday, and along with a lot of other stuff, I picked up two small lobster tails. This morning I opened the fridge, and nearly buckled from the bad fish smell!! The package sell date is Aug. 24!! Needless to say, I was madder than a wet hen. I headed back to Costco again (30 miles round trip) with my smelly lobster in the trunk of the car, got my 20 bucks back, and left a big piece of my mind with the manager. Dang, I had my mouth all set for a lobster treat, but it will take some time to get over that horrible smell.
I don't have the slightest idea now, what's for dinner tonite.
GRRRRR.......
OH YUCK!!! I hope you don't have butter in the fridge or freezer. That picks smell up easy. Although the new Land O' Lakes wrappers help a bit but I usually buy store brand unless LO'L is on sale.

Make sesame noodles!! LOL

My daughter put her order in for the noodles tomorrow and bean salad because they taste really good together.
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Old 08-20-2010, 03:30 PM   #13
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Oh cripe, Msmofit....I bought butter too, gotta go check it.

Bean salad? What bean salad, huh huh?? Try the sesame noodles with thin spaghetti sometime, I like it best that way.
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Old 08-20-2010, 05:22 PM   #14
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I did my bi-weekly trip to Costco yesterday.......
We are doing that tomorrow (hopefully). Our 1st "shopping" trip there...we did a 1-day pass 2-weeks ago but didn't buy anything but a membership.

I'm making burgers on the griill and we'll have salads for sides.
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Old 08-20-2010, 05:55 PM   #15
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Oh cripe, Msmofit....I bought butter too, gotta go check it.

Bean salad? What bean salad, huh huh?? Try the sesame noodles with thin spaghetti sometime, I like it best that way.
LOL We like it with the ramen noodles (did you see the pic I posted of the noodles in the bowl before tossing?) they are really good.

I made the bean salad and had some with my dinner tonight. There is plenty left for tomorrow per daughters request LOL.

TLT - English muffin, Taylor Ham (Pork Roll), lettuce, tomato and mayo & bean salad.





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Old 08-20-2010, 08:37 PM   #16
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Pizza Hut for us. Take out Friday is kind of a tradition for us.

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the elderly man that takes me to dr. appointment brought me a cheeseburger. was a real treat. he is a very dear man.
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Last night I make Jerk Chicken breast, black beans & rice.
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Pizza Hut for us. Take out Friday is kind of a tradition for us.

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We had a Pizza & wings tradition going for a while on Saturdays. Can't go wrong with pizza.
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