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    Turkey chili and spoonbread.

    Miulang

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    Pizza, taco, chaplua, and a cup of Mountain Dew Baja from Taco Bell.

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    Alaskan salmon dusted with flour mixed with various cajun spices and fried, steamed zucchini, and organic whole wheat pasta.

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    BBQ Chicken mini plate lunch and a bottle of water from L&L Hawaiian BBQ.

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    Two Boars Head hotdogs, natural casing, on the grill. Buttered grilled hotdog buns, mustard.

    Vodka and Seven, lime from my dwarf lime tree.

    Oh, and a piece of mango bread, defrosted, from an earlier harvest.

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    WindwardRN, that sounds delightful.

    London Broil from the grill; braised Brussels sprouts, sauted zuchinni and mushrooms, pasta for the kids. Two glasses of a Berringer 2002 Merlot (which might explain my quoting Emily Dickinson in another much gone awry thread).

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    My sister Shannon made some baked ziti that is out of this world. Sublime grinds. Urp.
    Don't be mean,
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    Quote Originally Posted by jdub View Post
    My sister Shannon made some baked ziti that is out of this world. Sublime grinds. Urp.
    Did she feed you here or in Chicago, jdub?

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    Quote Originally Posted by lavagal View Post
    Did she feed you here or in Chicago, jdub?
    Little sister's come home to be with the family. She has turned into a remarkable chef. She's made some seriously fine meals since her arrival. Chicken enchilada's, New York Steak, individual meat loafs. Wow!
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    Quote Originally Posted by jdub View Post
    Little sister's come home to be with the family. She has turned into a remarkable chef. She's made some seriously fine meals since her arrival. Chicken enchilada's, New York Steak, individual meat loafs. Wow!
    Ah, the little chicklette loves an audience. Loves to fill the belly and give the belly laughs! Enjoy her visit. I'm sure the whole gang is thrilled to have her home for a spell.

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    NZ Corned Beef Cabbage and Rice. It's more expensive than the red can, but sooooooo much better.
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    Tonight, because I felt my arteries weren't clogged enough, we made Sloppy Joe's with minced bacon in it. Mmmmmmm.... bacon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul Ogata View Post
    Tonight, because I felt my arteries weren't clogged enough, we made Sloppy Joe's with minced bacon in it. Mmmmmmm.... bacon.

    This inspired a haiku for you:

    Ogata's dinner
    clogging up his arteries.
    Angioplasty.

    pax

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    Polish sausage, chicken bake and a cup of iced water.

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    Chicken and mozarella ravioli (from Costco) in garlic/EVOO, homemade pumpkin cinnamon rolls that just came out of my oven and are making the house smell soooo ono!

    Miulang

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    Zippy's with the family. I had the burrito and chili and some of my middle kid's saimin. Healthy, no. Tasty and comforting? Yes.

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    Hamburger steak from the George Foreman Grill, brown rice, and water.
    Aloha Kakou, maluhia a me aloha mau loa (Hello everyone, peace and love forever)

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    Steak, salad and a bottle of water from The Steak and Fish Company at Ala Manoa Food Court.

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    went out to eat at a Chinese Food Restaurant called Royal Palace. The food was 'onolious!
    Aloha Kakou, maluhia a me aloha mau loa (Hello everyone, peace and love forever)

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    dinner was going to be at the bistro at century center...or is it century square? always get the two mixed up. anyway, it should have been a gastronomic orgasm of a meal.

    but then the house keys got locked in the house as i was leaving (don't ask) and, not including the half hour wait time for the guy to arrive, it took the locksmith two hours to try to open the door. finally, he had to drill thru it. by the time the guy got done, it was already eleven pm.

    it was only a cheapo door knob, not the dead bolt, that he had to open.

    i prolly got rolled, bcs it cost me $125.

    understandably, i am nowhere interested in dinner now.

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    Beef and Cheeder sandwiches and a bottle of Orange Gatorade.

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    mushroom & cheddar burger, fries, and a cooooooooold mugga hef...at islands, enjoyed with really great male company

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    The wife improvised and cooked up some simple salmon filets wrapped, on a whim, with bacon. (Not a lot of bacon... just enough to sharpen the flavor.) It was a taste carnival that proves that bacon makes most anything better. I loved it.

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    Famous bowl, cole slaw and a cup of water.

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    Homemade chicken stew with dumplings because baby, it's coooooold outside!

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