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Old 07-19-2012, 03:00 AM   #1
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Thursday's Dinner 19th July

Tonight we cooked Jamie Olivers Pork Pasta and I also made some garlic bread, we so love this pasta
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Tonight we cooked Jamie Olivers Pork Pasta and I also made some garlic bread, we so love this pasta
g'day mate,sounds good to me! what time is it there? it's 9am here...just had me oatibix & rocketfuel coffee!
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You're waaay ahead of me, Kylie. I've been thinking about a dish my Grandmother used to make... roasted/baked chicken, tomatoes & potatoes. Can't remember if she added onions and garlic. I'll sleep on it, & maybe I'll remember by tomorrow (your today lol).
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you know harry, god is truely merciful.

he knows aussies very well, so he gave them almost a 12 hour head start to level the field...


luv ya, kylie!


steve is a little guy, yes? computer nerd, maybe?

hopefully?



ok, so i checked the packages of veal i bought the other day, and it expires today. so i have to make the veal and peppers today or not.

i need to get to the store to buy a few bell peppers, and off we go.

and if there are direct flights from adelaide to nyc, i may end up in the pot.
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Old 07-19-2012, 03:17 AM   #5
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Thanks Harry

It is 5.45pm here...I have London time on my dashboard, it is saying 9.15am, is that your time now?

Cerise, is it late at night where you are?
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you know harry, god is truely merciful.

he knows aussies very well, so he gave them almost a 12 hour head start to level the field...


luv ya, kylie!


steve is a little guy, yes? computer nerd, maybe?

hopefully?



ok, so i checked the packages of veal i bought the other day, and it expires today. so i have to make the veal and peppers today or not.

i need to get to the store to buy a few bell peppers, and off we go.

and if there are direct flights from adelaide to nyc, i may end up in the pot.
ROFL

You crack me up Tom

Dont worry, I still luv you too

Steve is 6"2...so not real short no

Loves computers though and he is English

No direct flights from Adelaide to NYC...you are safe from the pot
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Thanks Harry

It is 5.45pm here...I have London time on my dashboard, it is saying 9.15am, is that your time now?

Cerise, is it late at night where you are?
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You crack me up Tom

Dont worry, I still luv you too

Steve is 6"2...so not real short no

Loves computers though and he is English

No direct flights from Adelaide to NYC...you are safe from the pot
it was,me own little waltzin' matilda,it's 9:35 now.steve is 6"2 eh? that'd be pocketsize then!!
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steve is a little guy, yes? computer nerd, maybe?

hopefully?

ok, so i checked the packages of veal i bought the other day, and it expires today. so i have to make the veal and peppers today or not.

i need to get to the store to buy a few bell peppers, and off we go.

and if there are direct flights from adelaide to nyc, i may end up in the pot.
you're right tom,how did you know? he's 6"2 according to kylers so no worries there....she just needs to feed him more & make him sleep in the greenhouse,he'll soon grow!
"veal meat again,don't know vere don't know ven........." i know i know,used that one before but hey.................
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H...how tall are you?
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H...how tall are you?
5' 10"....so that's 5' 4" taller than steve!!
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ROFL

Okay, you got me...I will rephrase

Steve is 6' 2"

I am 5' 9", not much shorter than you H
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Okay, you got me...I will rephrase

Steve is 6' 2"

I am 5' 9", not much shorter than you H
he's 6' 2" bucky......start running!!
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he's 6' 2" bucky......start running!!
He he
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He he
you never know k,maybe somebody will start talking about food shortly...hava good'n cobber!!
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I know, I was thinking someone may tell us what they are having for dinner tonight

Have a great day Harry
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I know, I was thinking someone may tell us what they are having for dinner tonight

Have a great day Harry
bit early for that here k & even earlier stateside
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Summery Italian Coral & White

*** This clay earthenware is chockful of luscious fish varieties as one can see in the photo. This family recipe, is prepared in numerous ways, and here is the Coral And White Variety Fish Stew for tonight.

*** Recipe was published in Fish Section with Photo this morning.
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didn't get a chance to have lunch today so ate a bit earlier than usual & had to get me big bad boy hard anodised wok out for this one.....i love that wok!
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.ice cold muscadet....nobody makes a bone dry white like the french imo & less than 5 a bottle...happy daze!
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I'm going with a veggie stir fry (wonder why!). I might add some brown rice...or not. Maybe some tofu, or not. Gotta use up a bunch of these garden veggies.
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i am taking my granddaughter to a birthday lunch. we both love the "habit" mile high burger made with what appears to be thin sliced , very tender steak. served on big hoagie roll. it is about a half an hour drive. but so worth it. so probably won't want any dinner. maybe popcorn .
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