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Old 11-20-2013, 02:35 PM   #11
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Grilled Chinese sausages and a salad. Also a side of mac and cheese for me.
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Old 11-20-2013, 02:42 PM   #12
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OK, you talked me into it Z.
Okay, now that you've got that far, please tell us how you make your mac & cheese??? Please? You probably should start a thread, 'cause everyone has different ways. It would start a new discussion.
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Old 11-20-2013, 03:30 PM   #13
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You're killing me with the Peroni the last two days Harry! I'm on evenings at work so I'm dry til Friday! GAH!

I made chili for supper last night and there is still a metric tonne of it left. The family can have that or maybe I'll be nice and make some mac n cheese for tonight and they can mix 'em or not as they wish.

I'm eating at work. Last night was butter chicken, tonight might be pork chops, but if it is, I'm having the leftover butter chicken!
dry alix?bugger!!should be "ice cold in alix"(gettit?)just have to down an extra one for you mate,bottoms up!!
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Old 11-20-2013, 03:33 PM   #14
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Looks fantastic Harry!
I hope you made enough spuds and kale to have a couple of potato cakes tomorrow!
nope!!ate the whole lot auntie!! hadn't eaten since brekkie & i was ravenous!!
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Old 11-20-2013, 03:38 PM   #15
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Those are gorgeous looking chops Harry. Great price, too.
You did them justice.
thanks pac!!they were deelish too,really could tell the difference with them being outdoor raised imo.got a load in the freezer soooo,i'll swop you a kilo or two for that brisket you were going to send me.see,i ain't forgotten,get all excited everytime i see postie coming up the road!!
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Old 11-20-2013, 03:46 PM   #16
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thanks pac!!they were deelish too,really could tell the difference with them being outdoor raised imo.got a load in the freezer soooo,i'll swop you a kilo or two for that brisket you were going to send me.see,i ain't forgotten,get all excited everytime i see postie coming up the road!!
I just bumped into a few slices of that brisket yesterday while rummaging in the freezer for some chicken, too.
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Old 11-20-2013, 03:49 PM   #17
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My friend had surgery two weeks ago for cancer. Thankfully they got it all with the surgery but she is still on the mend. They took lymph nodes to test and she's still having fluid problems and slow getting around. I'm taking supper over and eating with her tonight. I'm making Parmesan chicken (chicken breasts in breadcrumbs and Parmesan cheese) with corn pudding (her fave), broccoli with cheese sauce, salads, and turtle pie.
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I just bumped into a few slices of that brisket yesterday while rummaging in the freezer for some chicken, too.
and...........!!
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and...........!!
And I slid it behind the myriad of tupperware containers so Mr Yamamoto would not find it. I heard he is looking for a new home.
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And I slid it behind the myriad of tupperware containers so Mr Yamamoto would not find it. I heard he is looking for a new home.
hard to spot him pac,still got his camouflage fatigues on.mind you,after nearly 70 years in the same callard & bowsers,you'll probably smell him before you see him!i'll probably have a couple more chops at the weekend & that should make room for mr y.he's only little............!!
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