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edit: We're having spaghetti, a garden salad and wine. No bread. I'm on a diet.

We didn't have the right ingredients for Spepherd's Pie.

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Lemon Pepper Pork Chops, a broccoli casserole my wife makes, and a garden salad.

To be followed by 2 scoops of vanilla ice cream, with a sliced up banana, several spoonfulls of strawberries in sugar, a mound of whipped cream, and chocalate syrup. (I figure, if you're going to fall off your diet, you may as well make the sense of guilt worth it!)

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NY strip steaks, grilled, green salad vinagrette, garlic mashed potatoes

justme, will you share your Shepherd's Pie recipe?


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As far back as I can remember...

Thursday: Blackened bass, garlic biscuits and new potatoes, raisin & white chocolate cookies for dessert.

Friday: Crawfish etoufee (some nice sized ones this year, 39 cents/lb) over popcorn rice, fresh yeast rolls, green salad. Still munchin' on the cookies.

Saturday: Grilled venison steaks with Montreal seasoning, snap beans, dirty rice. Fresh strawberries with a bit of sugar, and some honest to God fresh cow cream (not that junk you buy in the stores)

Tonight: Breakfast night. Smoked venison/pork sausage, an omelot or two, and a pan of biscuits.

Life is good...


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Jolly your meals are making me salivate! (except for the venison)

raisin and white chocolate cookies? they sound really good!


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Did I tell you I have a wife problem?

She likes to cook....and I like to eat...too much...


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Can you post that cookie recipe??? Pretty pretty please!

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Grilled Souvlaki, garlic and oregano roasted new red potatoes, salad, and a faboo loaf of multigrain bread.


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macaroni and cheese..... ate a big dinner last night, so we are comming down a few notches tonight!

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Jolly - I want to be adopted..

My mom always had the same thing on specific days.

Mon. pork chops and fried potatoes
Tues. Hot dogs and carrots and celery
Wed. chicken and rice
Thurs. spaghetti and meat
Fri. fish sticks, macaroni and cheese
Sat. hamburgers
Sun. fried chicken, roast or lasagna

Breakfasts: Tues. thurs. and Sun. bacon and eggs (dollymadison sweetrolls added on Sun.), Mon. Wed. Fri.. cereal

Lunches.. On cereal days we ate bologny (notice spelling), On egg days we had peanut butter and jelly.

Desserts everyday - 2 white or chocolate sandwich cookies.

It very rarely varied


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A grilled ribeye, VERY pink, (from beef I raised) salad and asparagus. Did I ever tell ya I love asparagus?
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Just put baked beans in the oven. Used navy beans (overnight soak), green peppers, onions, celery, garlic, bacon, and a sauce consisting of a little commercial bbq sauce + honey, brown sugar, worstershire, molasses, balsamic of modena, sea salt, pepper, cayenne pepper. Totally improvised the sauce, and it rocks!! Cant wait til they're done.

In the meantime, I'll be experimenting with ceviche, the fish of which was citrusing overnight.

Odd combo, I know, but thats what my kitchen does.


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I love ceviche.. I used to make it for the restaurant and I swear I could eat a quart of it.. easily.


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So Sidd, did you invite Roi to dinner? I'm sure he'd be happy to help you eat those beans. laugh


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Low Carb Pasta Beef and Noodles with Salad. Cooked them last night so I would have to cook tonight. That way I can play piano all day!


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Tonight; mussels, oysters, King crab legs, shrimp, and scallops with a little white wine, olive oil, tomatoes, onion and garlic...
My wife won't go near it...she hates seafood. wink


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Originally posted by johnmoonlight:
Tonight; mussels, oysters, King crab legs, shrimp, and scallops with a little white wine, olive oil, tomatoes, onion and garlic...
My wife won't go near it...she hates seafood. wink
Is she crazy! That feast sounds like heaven to me. yum. Hope they're sea scallops.

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Tonight; mussels, oysters, King crab legs, shrimp, and scallops with a little white wine, olive oil, tomatoes, onion and garlic...
My wife won't go near it...she hates seafood. wink
*drool

That sounds divine!


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Peggy, you can share my muscles, uhh, mussels any time!


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