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 Post subject: Wednesday dinner
PostPosted: Wed Jun 17, 2020 6:27 pm 
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Sue’s excellent meatloaf, mashed potatoes and gravy :D


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Bacon, over easy eggs, and a waffle.

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Italian wedding soup.

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Burgers, baked beans, salad. Ronnie, I would love Sue's meatloaf recipe! Having red again tonight! Have a good evening friends!

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Cheers with a Bloody Mary with blue cheese stuffed olives. Planning to have an omelette with ham, peppers & onion and a side of watermelon.

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 Post subject: Re: Wednesday dinner
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Made and had stuffed peppers w/toasted garlic bread to compliment. Donna, I could
consume a jar of blue cheese stuffed olives in a snap. However, I must restrain myself.
Will be looking forward to sunset this eve with some rum and music. Enjoyment for all.


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I had tacos.


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We helped the kids get their house put back together after the new carpet was installed today. Got Pizza, wings, chicken parm and french fries. I am enjoying a juice and goose and going to bed early!!

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BBQ chicken, baked potato, side salad with water. Rum and coke chaser.

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Not sure where we purchased some frozen, crab-stuffed ravioli. The chef here found some alfredo sauce (listed as "light")...to that she added a bunch of fresh spinach. Delish...and there's still enough for a lunch portion. Just milk with dinner. I had a glass of red before dinner.
We're now having a heavy rain storm for the last hour. A little thunder passed quickly, but the rain keeps coming.

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Clearly I don't do enough to burn calories..I would weigh 400 lbs if I ate like you all. I eat but it's more like snacking all day...small portions.

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bear ate alot today, won't touch his dry food so kept giving him little meals of wet food. i was so relieved i had a glass of pinot after work. the guilt of this was really getting to me. I would love to know what really happened to him.

we had boneless spare ribs in asian bbq sauce and mashed taters.

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Cheers! I nuked some spaghetti sauce w/meatballs and made some garlic bread. I may go to Tractor Supply (with a mask) tomorrow and get another 50 lbs of cracked corn. The squirrels and crows are complaining that their portions are too small. Got some good photos around the yard today.

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 Post subject: Re: Wednesday dinner
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I had a wicked head ache around 4:30 laid down slept till 8:30.
Larry made a frozen pizza, I had black beans, some fancy chips with hummus, water when I woke up.

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lindaspooky wrote:
bear ate alot today, won't touch his dry food so kept giving him little meals of wet food. i was so relieved i had a glass of pinot after work. the guilt of this was really getting to me. I would love to know what really happened to him.

we had boneless spare ribs in asian bbq sauce and mashed taters.


I guess you’ll never know Linda, happy to hear he’s eating. Now that he is getting the yummy easy to eat soft food, (As they get older it’s more work to eat the hard food) he may not go back to the hard stuff. I find with Buddy, he rarely eats the hard stuff anymore but I always leave some out for him. Usually once or twice a week just before bed he’ll chow down the whole plate of kibble. I always thought it was important to make sure they ate hard food for their teeth but was told at his age it’s not that important.

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