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Old 11-14-2004, 04:33 PM   #501
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I am sure that JV is worth it, LF. :)
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Old 11-15-2004, 01:44 PM   #502
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2 pieces of fried chicken,pao bhaji(an indian vegetarian dish one of my indian friends made) with 2 slices of buttered french bread,and coconut pineapple ice cream for dessert.i'm happy :)
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not a thing. had a late breakfast
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Old 11-15-2004, 01:57 PM   #504
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middie guess what,i skipped breakfast today,so i had lunch without feeling guilty,and i had a big one :D
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I had half a peanut butter sammich.. I am thinking about an omelet for dinner.. but that means I have to run out..I have no eggs. :?
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Old 11-15-2004, 01:57 PM   #506
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julie while you're out come here and get that bowl will ya??
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Old 11-15-2004, 01:58 PM   #507
 
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2 pieces of fried chicken,pao bhaji(an indian vegetarian dish one of my indian friends made) with 2 slices of buttered french bread,and coconut pineapple ice cream for dessert.i'm happy :)
sounds good sarah.. Leaf Storm made something similiar last week. I love indian food..................and love the sound of the coconut/pineapple ice cream.. yumm...
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Old 11-15-2004, 01:58 PM   #508
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ummmm,i never let myself run out of eggs... :)
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julie while you're out come here and get that bowl will ya??
LOL... then I'll have to bake something soon!.. it's my cousins b-day this week.. I could make him some great brownies or something.. the recipe that's on the back of the Hershey's Cocoa can is the best!!!
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Old 11-15-2004, 02:06 PM   #510
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A pita stuffed with turkey, lettuce and colby-jack cheese with ranch dressing. I made my chocolate cherry chunk cookies yesterday so will have that for a mid-afternoon snack w/ a cup of tea.
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YUMMMM.. I like to stick my pita in the microwave for about 20 secs... they seem to stay together better that way and not fall apart.. and makes for easier stuffing.
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I decided to have the tomato soup for lunch with some ritz crackers.
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Old 11-16-2004, 01:34 PM   #513
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Pork and beans with vienna sausages.
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Old 11-16-2004, 01:37 PM   #514
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leftover roasted chicken, mexican rice, steamed string beans and a diet coke. i made a roasted chicken on sunday by putting thin slices of lime and ginger under the breast skin, then coating the outside of da boid with paprika, garlic powder, and s&p. i loved it, but got a dirty look from dw for messing with the chicken. she ended up ordering tex-mex, so i had a whole chicken to eat...
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leftover roasted chicken, mexican rice, steamed string beans and a diet coke. i made a roasted chicken on sunday by putting thin slices of lime and ginger under the breast skin, then coating the outside of da boid with paprika, garlic powder, and s&p. i loved it, but got a dirty look from dw for messing with the chicken. she ended up ordering tex-mex, so i had a whole chicken to eat...
I am thinking about roasting a chicken now. I want to eat the skin. Yummy :!:
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leftover beef stroganoff, radishes and cherry tomatoes, PepsiOne
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leftover beef stroganoff, radishes and cherry tomatoes, PepsiOne
I love beef stroganoff!.. mmm...do you make yours with egg noodles... I love mine with egg noodles.
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Actually, someone else made it. She makes it way better than I ever could. Plus she lives on a ranch and has access to some very tender beef. She gave me extra to have for my lunch today. It was yummy. She did make it with egg noodles.
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Actually, someone else made it. She makes it way better than I ever could. Plus she lives on a ranch and has access to some very tender beef. She gave me extra to have for my lunch today. It was yummy. She did make it with egg noodles.
I like to make the beef part in the crockpot, and I'll make lots. Then, I can freeze it in single-serve portions and cook the egg noodles when I'm reheating it in the microwave... they cook so fast.
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Old 11-17-2004, 02:05 AM   #520
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Mine just does not seem to have a good flavor. So, I have given up on making it. It someone has a good recipe I would appreciate it.
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