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Jess
Posted 2010-08-03 11:49 AM (#48183 - in reply to #48181)
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Hello ladies! Happy birthday to Bill, I hope he has a great day. I wish I could share the ice cream cake, yum!

Just leftovers for dinner for us last night, but I mixed some of the leftover Pork Chile Verde into scrambled eggs this morning and that was yummy!

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sew'nsew
Posted 2010-08-03 12:08 PM (#48186 - in reply to #19439)
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Fresh caught Fried Fish, macaroni salad, green beans with bacon and new potatoes, baked beans and green salad.
Grands comong over to eat the fish they caught last night with Grampa. They catch and clean (grampa gave them lessons last night - first year they clean their own) and I cook. A summer tradition..
Hummm, maybe stop by a stand for corn on the cob...
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scraphappydenise
Posted 2010-08-03 6:43 PM (#48197 - in reply to #19439)
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trout? salmon? what kind of fish? I haven't been fishing all year.

Tonite is Pappa Murpheys take n bake pizza
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Dorian
Posted 2010-08-03 7:30 PM (#48201 - in reply to #19439)
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Homemade burgers on sourdough bread.....MMMMM!   I can't wait. LOL
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MsMeow
Posted 2010-08-04 9:06 AM (#48219 - in reply to #19439)
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We had buffalo wings & tater tots last night...and no, there aren't any kids in the house! Tonight's pork chops, yellow rice & applesauce.
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sew'nsew
Posted 2010-08-04 11:52 AM (#48228 - in reply to #19439)
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Oh, they are trout and kokanee> They caught such a mess of fish we have enough for a couple more days.
My mom and dad and our elderly neighbor also came over. We had a great time. There is enough food that I won't be cooking tonight.
We also had apple pie with caramel sauce and blueberry pie.
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Jess
Posted 2010-08-04 12:16 PM (#48233 - in reply to #48228)
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Mmmmm Donna. I think I want to eat at your place last night and tonight...

Last night we splurged! Freebirds burritos and very naughty, HUGE brownie, chips and BBQ sauce. Mmmmm. I ate so much I was in pain, not good.

This morning I made a smoothie, and oh it was too tart! I poured a bit into some freezer safe bowls and am going to try and have them for dessert with Sammy later. Some of it I added almond milk and Agave Syrup to and I am trying to drink it. Not too bad. It is 100% pomegranate juice, frozen blueberries, greek style 2% yogurt, and fresh basil from my garden... well, originally that is what it was! I will attach a pic in a bit.





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Jess
Posted 2010-08-04 3:40 PM (#48238 - in reply to #48233)
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Smoothies take 2: MUCH better. Coffee, agave syrup, pb, ice, frozen banana, milk. Yummy!



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scraphappydenise
Posted 2010-08-05 12:31 AM (#48253 - in reply to #19439)
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tonite we had swedish meatballs and gravy, mashed potatoes and green beans. One of Dh's favorite meals.
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bobtailcat
Posted 2010-08-05 12:33 AM (#48254 - in reply to #48238)
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Hey, anything is better than what I had - grilled cheese and french fries from the children's hospital cafeteria - yuck!
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Dorian
Posted 2010-08-05 8:24 AM (#48262 - in reply to #19439)
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LOL Barb!

Hmm, I think I would leave out the basil in that smoothie...blah..we are smoothy lovers here too.

We had pan sauteed steaks and a big salad last night. Pasta for those who wanted some.

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Gilly
Posted 2010-08-05 9:18 AM (#48270 - in reply to #19439)
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We had beautiful chuck steak slow cooked with potato, pumpkin carrot and onion and cooked cauliflower ,corn and beans to go with that I do love my vegies.............and tonight a dessert LOL 1 banana
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bobtailcat
Posted 2010-08-06 2:08 AM (#48313 - in reply to #48270)
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Gilly and Dorian, your dinners sound yummy. Mine was a perfectly dreadful Philly cheesesteak sandwich from the cafeteria, but we did order in some delicious Thai food for lunch, so that's a little consolation - and we'll have the leftovers for lunch tomorrow. I'll be glad to have my girls back home on Saturday - I had some beef marinating for shish kabobs, and on Tuesday, I had cooked some ground beef with french onion soup so that we could have what we call Mollyburgers (after a friend who taught me to make this dish years ago). Because of Riley's accident, we didn't get any dinner at all on Tuesday!
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MsMeow
Posted 2010-08-06 8:49 AM (#48317 - in reply to #19439)
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Barb, I had a Philly cheesesteak for lunch yesterday...it was huge and of course I ate the whole thing! I did not feel good the rest of the day. Finally had a can of soup for dinner about 9:30. Still don't feel great today, so I guess I won't want a cheesesteak for a long time!

We're having spaghetti tonight.
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Gerda
Posted 2010-08-06 10:00 AM (#48331 - in reply to #19439)
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Restaurants need to downsize their portions (and the prices accordingly) - there's usually enough on a plate to feed two!
And I haven't a clue what a Philly cheesesteak is - sounds like a perfectly good steak smothered in Philadelphia cream cheese - which sounds yucky to me! Am I right or wrong?

We had macaroni salad for supper last night - not sure what I'll make tonight, with the grands here - maybe subs or potatoes and fish and corn (not on the cob - DGD1 has braces now).

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