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 Post subject: Thursday HH/Dinner
PostPosted: Thu May 31, 2018 4:43 pm 
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I’m making eggplant parm for dinner and will pour some red wine shortly.

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 Post subject: Re: Thursday HH/Dinner
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Homemade soup! Will make cornbread to go with it if requested :wink: . Likely will have white while I sit on porch and read while soup simmers!

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 Post subject: Re: Thursday HH/Dinner
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We're having some fish in a sauce of chopped zucchini, onions, tomato sauce and spices. Not glamorous, but tasty. Nothing alcoholic tonight...milk with dinner (cow for me, almond for her). Planning on a cup of hot, calming tea at some point this evening.

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 Post subject: Re: Thursday HH/Dinner
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Sipped some Chardonnay waiting for dinner. Had a Publix maple & bourbon whole rotisserie chicken. Made a side which is
Progresso lentil soup, ditilini pasta, chopped onion & celery. Butterbeans side too. Thinking rum & Coke later.


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 Post subject: Re: Thursday HH/Dinner
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I made a wicked thick rib eye steak and broccoli and cheese tater tots. Of course, it was chased down with Pinto Grigio. Little grandson will be 6 months old next week, he is not interested in sitting up. He would rather stand up. Can someone give me some tips on how to slow this kid down? I do not think that a brick in his diaper will cut it.

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 Post subject: Re: Thursday HH/Dinner
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In with a Bud and having pork chops, baked potato & apple sauce later, feeling a little bit bad for having to throw someone under the bus today. Long story short, this email went out to about 8 big bosses him claiming he never got my email, I save my sent emails and when they receive them and what time. I am so getting tired of this crap.


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 Post subject: Re: Thursday HH/Dinner
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Greek salad with grilled chicken for me; chicken parm for David. c/o of a wonderful restaurant near his work. :wink:

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I wanted to make flank steak with chimmichurri sauce but they did not have any flank steaks....I found some Filets marked way down, cheaper than the skirt steak, so Filets with chimichurri sauce and roasted tiny colorful potatoes with rosemary and garlic. The time for grilling is here! Cheers!

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i really cooked today, we had shrimp scampi and a salad. just water tonite

ronnie, i save all my emails, believe it or not i have them going back to floppy disk days, you never know.......im guessing the big bosses probably already know he got that email.

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In with a Lager. Warm day resulted in patio time with a cold brew and a warm puppy. Had Tex-mex delivered: enough for two evening meals. Anticpating a crappy day tomorrow so will have adequatepain avoidance barley pop tonight and tomorrow night.

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We trizzed tonight. Chicken parm for Mike and chicken with a basil sauce, mushrooms and tomatoes for me. I had two glasses of Malbec and Mike had beer.

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Chowder and clam cakes for Mario. Just chowder for me.

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 Post subject: Re: Thursday HH/Dinner
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Had a Stouffer's stuffed green pepper double tonight after work, haircut and dealing with Walmart. Now having some exciting Lites, yeah! Cheers!

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