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    Pizza slices, tornados and an orange Icee from Sam's Club.

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    What are tornados?

    I hda California Pizza ... the type from the store and home baked...Sicilian flavor.

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    Ultimate Chicken Fingers (Bisquick recipe) using chix tenderloins that were really bus' up (perhaps a strongly worded letter to the Tastybird folks is in order).

    ... and Paul Ogata's dad's roasted roma tomato pasta dish. It woulda been spaghetti, or angel hair ... but neva have, so I used penne rigate instead.

    I prefer using long thin pasta for this dish -- the penne changed the experience.
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    A couple of slices of pizza and a bottle of water.

    Had ice cream from Stone Cold Creamry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by helen View Post
    Had ice cream from Stone Cold Creamry.
    Details, helen - I want details. What did you get, and what did you mix in?

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    About to eat some chicken, mac & cheese, salad from Foodland and a bottle of orange Gatorade from my stash of stuff.

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    Raw fish w/cabbage and hot mustard (yummy), pork laulau, pork hash, BBQ Pork steam manapua and lil bit steam rice.....(what can tell I had get local food....FINALLY!)
    Live for today....tommorow is never promised

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    I'm cooking a Big Pot of Chicken Papaya Soup and Frying Fresh Opelu(s) for my sista and Ohana! In appreciation for sending ME to Las Vegas!

    Fresh Ahi Poki from Tamashiro too.

    For Dessert ~ I'm making chocolate cake/frosting from scratch.

    I'm a lucky Woman.

    I love my Ohana!!!!

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    Ultimate Cheeseburger, Jumbo Jack, Egg Rolls from Jack-in-the-Box and a can of Mountain Dew.

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    Prime rib cheesesteak sandwich, chips and a bottle of water from Quiznos.

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    Munched on some spaghetti and lasagne with some garlic/cheese bread.

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    Dinner from Kelly's Cajun at Don Quijote.

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    Splurged and bought a 2-lb. bottom round roast beast. We ate about half of it. I served it with my new find in the Safeway freezer case: frozen mashed potatoes. They're little nuggets of frozen potatoes (they look like scallops); you add 2 1/2 tbsp of water to 16 of 'em, microwave 'em for 3 1/2 - 4 minutes and you get two servings of very good potatoes. They taste a lot better than the Idaho Spuds or other boxed variety.

    It looks like a bag contains about 50 of the nuggets, so for us that's three meals worth for about $2.99. Not bad.

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    Dinner from Kelly's Cajun place.

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    Turkey tetrazini and since it's pear season up here, pears poached in red wine with mascarpone. YUM.

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    Double Classic burger with cheese, fries and a Diet Coke from Wendy's.

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    Jumbo Jack, Ultimate Cheeseburger, egg rolls, and a cup of fruit punch from Jack-in-the-Box.

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    Leftover pizza (spicy pepperoni.) I never get to eat before hula class on Wednesday nights, so I usually have leftovers at home afta.

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    I cooked up a big batch of shoyu chicken and was delish!!! Mmm...getting hungry now...good thing there's leftovers.

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    Kalulu pork and cabbage mini-plate lunch and a bottle of water from L&L Drive Inn.

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    About to eat some stuff Kelly's Cajun while watching Battlestar Galactica.

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    My wife made some island style fried chicken, 2 scoops and some veggies. My daughter seems to grind everything with ketchup.

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    Single classic burger with cheese and while I ordered Diet Coke it sure tasted like regular Coke from Wendy's. Also had a Frosty as well.

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    Tonight.....will be burgers grilled with charcoal and the smoking wood chips, lots of raw onion on them and a bit of fresh garlic mixed in the meat, along with some egg, a bit of cracker to help hold them together, and hubby's mix of homemade sauces, Texas style. No fries tonight, just some chips, and maybe celery sticks. Probably if we don't get lazy, a fresh fruit blendered drink for dessert. However....we have a few Napples left from Zippy's, uh...Napoleons, LOL. oink oink, may not be able to resist those. Ahh...the flaky crust.

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    BBQ Chicken plate lunch from L&L Drive Inn and a can of Mountain Dew.

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