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 Post subject: Sat HH and dinner
PostPosted: Sat Oct 26, 2019 5:51 pm 
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Started with Grey Goose Mules, dinner was done over lunch and salmon.

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 Post subject: Re: Sat HH and dinner
PostPosted: Sat Oct 26, 2019 5:58 pm 
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Toasting the OSU win over Wisconsin (not a happy day at Laura's). In with red...dinner is pork chop, acorn squash and baked potato.

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 Post subject: Re: Sat HH and dinner
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Yep, not a happy day here but clearly Ohio State is the better team :( We're going to have salisbury steak with mashed potatoes and corn for dinner and I'm having a gin and tonic or two...

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Went back home for the night yesterday to see my high school play football. Stopped at http://wedgewoodpizza.com/wp-content/up ... n-Menu.pdf before coming back to C-town today. I got a 16"...half Brier Hill, half Original Everything

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Cheers, I made pepper/onion steak and veggies


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 Post subject: Re: Sat HH and dinner
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Cheers! Pizza and beer for us tonight. Mike had pepper and onion. I had chicken, broccoli and alfredo - pretty good as a pizza. Laura, the only college team I follow is BC - they are playing Carolina’s team who is a 35 point favorite. :lol:

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Cheers! Starting my HH with a SweetWater Extra Pale Ale, brewed here in Atlanta. I bought it because I wanted the bottle cap... Lunch/Supper was 2 pieces (breast & thigh) fried chicken from the Publix supermarket. Best fried chicken I've had, but I only get to Publix once every 3 months when I pick up my scripts.

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 Post subject: Re: Sat HH and dinner
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Cap'n Tom wrote:
Cheers! Starting my HH with a SweetWater Extra Pale Ale, brewed here in Atlanta. I bought it because I wanted the bottle cap... Lunch/Supper was 2 pieces (breast & thigh) fried chicken from the Publix supermarket. Best fried chicken I've had, but I only get to Publix once every 3 months when I pick up my scripts.

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We always get some Publix fried chicken when in Florida. It’s good hot or cold for a quick meal.

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We had leftover ham and scalloped potatoes...remains of a Tuesday night repast with friends.
Just the usual milks...from a cow and an almond tree.
I'm the one have a glass of red before bedtime.

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