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Old 07-20-2012, 03:59 PM   #131
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(I cheated and use poach pods for the next 2)




Oh My Lord! that food looks so wonderful. I want to live next door to you and hire you to cook for dh and I.
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Old 07-20-2012, 04:02 PM   #132
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Oh My Lord! that food looks so wonderful. I want to live next door to you and hire you to cook for dh and I.
live next door to her lifesaver? i've asked her to marry me...she said no....can't say i blame her!
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Old 07-20-2012, 04:07 PM   #133
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Sweet and sour pork



Sesame chicken





Sub Gum Chicken Chow Mein



Fried Rice

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Old 07-20-2012, 04:09 PM   #134
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Oh My Lord! that food looks so wonderful. I want to live next door to you and hire you to cook for dh and I.

Thank you LS I would love that!!
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all fabarooney m,but that sesame chicken looks particularly droolworthy!!
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I like those little egg holders! so cute!
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Old 07-20-2012, 04:22 PM   #138
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all fabarooney m,but that sesame chicken looks particularly droolworthy!!
Thank you HC!

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I like those little egg holders! so cute!
Got the egg cups from amazon
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msmofet - ooooh, my goodness - you're killin' me here! Wonderful pics. Amazing looking food. And I love your little egg cups, too, those are so cute!
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Old 07-20-2012, 04:38 PM   #140
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i am humbled tatt,truly outstanding,nice job(s)!
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tonights offering/meal was malaysian rendang curry with home made spicy pork balls,potatoes & turmeric rice.took the heat off the dial with the chillies,needed to...it's so bl**dy cold & wet here again...ahh well the curry warmed me up!
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yum! Sounds lovely!


Here are a few more...

Some assorted flatbread pizzas and what not, offered daily at one of my dc accounts:



rosemary, dijon leg of lamb, offered as a lunch in the daily fare at another(our newest dc account)



our typical deli board/selection, offered at all but one of the units. People mix and pick what ever they want, typically 8 types of bread on offer, as well as daily specials. . . Also, paninnis.





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these were a little bit bigger than a quarter. . .one bite tahitian vanilla, with lemon buttercream.
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cheers tatt,but i couldn't do what you do! Outstanding work t!
Last nights dinner:pork steak souvlaki,chilli/parsley spaghetti squash & flat green beans baked in tomato/anchovy sauce:
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tonight it was:rock lobsters double dipped oven fried chicken with potato/celeriac(celery root) mash & chilli oil marinaded griddled aubergines with thai hot chilli sauce:
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and for tonight:
Diamond scored squid,jumbo prawns & sliced chicken thighs stirfried with brocolli,asparagus,garlic,chilli,ginger,soy sauce & sesame seeds,pak choi steamed with oyster sauce.
oh my lord i want some of everything!!
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