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PostPosted: Sun Dec 02, 2018 10:38 am 
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Some would call it dinner :wink:
Today is a grilled cheese, and tomato soup kinda day.
What's on your menu?

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PostPosted: Sun Dec 02, 2018 10:49 am 
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Sounds like a delicious comfort foods dinner, Dan!

Planning to oven roast a 2.5lb Shady Brook Farms young turkey breast. Sides will roasted asparagus, cauliflower and summer squash. My donovers for the next week. :D

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Goulash (American Chop Suey) and salad. Our friends are in charge of appetizer today.

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PostPosted: Sun Dec 02, 2018 2:11 pm 
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We're having donover salisbury steak with mashed potatoes. I'll open a can of corn for George and I'll continue to work on the broccoli and cheese from Thanksgiving.

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Evert made us chinese without rice or noodles. Very yummie.

Visit with mom was okay. She is comfortable and painless, which is good enough for me. She is actually looking better than a week ago. The nurses at her home are taking real good care of her, feeding her all the things she loves. She tires quickly and is a bit hazy in her brain. I guess all in all, she is not doing bad.

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Ingrid, that is the best. Let her be pain free and eat whatever she wants. When I worked for Hospice, my Home Health Aides would bring Hot Fudge Sundaes to the patients if that is what they wanted. Someone in the family would call to complain, I would tell them, this is not the time for a diet, it is the time to enjoy.
We have done so good on our diet, we went out for lunch. I got a flatbread pizza and DH had a french dip sandwich. We will have spaghetti squash with fresh tomato sauce and ground turkey for dinner. Time to get back on track.

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I'm making a pot of lentil soup. I'll probably open up a 12 Dogs of Christmas Ale while cooking.

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I made extra City Chicken last night......cause I knew we would be decorating the house for Christmas.....so that's what we are having along with a baked tater, green beans and a iceberg salad......miss my romaine. Was going to make a big pot of homemade sauce.....no time today....but will be making it real soon!

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That was good to hear Ingrid. Resting without pain and eating what she wants. Awesome.
Homemade pepper, steak and onion subs while we watch the Patriots. Time for a little JWB. Go Pat's


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took 6 hours to put the lights on the tree, we figure there is at least 3000. wasn't cooking so went to a local bar, i had a steak sandwich with onions, peppers and mozzarella, kenny had coconut shrimp. ready to pour a well deserved glass of pinot, cheers!

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Love the lights Linda (but not the job of putting them on tree :wink: ). Had lunch at Twist of Flavors (French onion soup and a grilled chicken wrap). Will have leftover Chinese tonight with a glass of white.

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3 freakin thousand lights!!??!?!?!?

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Chicken parmigiana for both of us.

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I went to Hardees, picked up two ham and cheese, then McDonalds and got a fish sandwich. I may finish the 2nd ham/cheese as my late snack.

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That is good to hear Ingrid!!

Linda it looks beautiful!

No tree here this year, Spencer would be using it to play in.


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