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Old 03-17-2013, 01:36 PM   #1241
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That food looks safe but as a Westerner I am concerned about your health. How can you eat all of that meat with out a single Jalapeno pepper?
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Old 03-17-2013, 04:31 PM   #1242
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Got a 1 lb. Chateubriand that I cooked medium rare on the Treager, broccoli done just right. Awesome meal. Enough of the steak left over for lunch tomorrow.
Damn! that new job must be paying pretty well.

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My favorite dessert.
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That was my ex-husband's favorite desert, too. It was his birthday cake every year...............until he moved out. LOL
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Damn! that new job must be paying pretty well.
Not particularly, but the wife and kids went out of dinner to my favorite pizza place and since I am on a special diet right now and pizza is not on it I decided to stay home and make my own dinner. Its cheaper that way!
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Corned beef, cabbage, potatoes, carrots, with a biscuit.
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Corned beef, cabbage, potatoes, carrots, with a biscuit.
Ditto.........except no biscuit but cornbread.
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OK, I just finished the best dinner I have had in a loooooong time! Went to a little fish place called Lena's Seafood in Silver Springs, FL - the original Lena's Seafood is in Salisbury, MA., which we used to go to all the time when I lived up there. Had fried scallops and haddock, onion rings, fries and cole slaw! AWESOME!!!! Sorry no pics people, but lemme tell you - it was WELL WORTH THE TRIP!
I live 10 minutes from the one in salisbury. Good food
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Fixin to de-bone a yard bird, simmer it in a pot of yellow rice. Might have some broccoli on the side.
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You must bake a loaf of Irish Soda bread to go with your corn beef dinner. Irish Soda bread is a very good Quick bread. If you have some dried fruit you like throw in a hand full.
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dinner..............I didn't make any bread at all.

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dinner..............I didn't make any bread at all.

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Can I eat at your house??
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