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    My wife's famous meat loaf. Hamburger and ground pork, topped with bacon. Mmm!

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    Excess eggplants from the garden prompted a massive grilling session. I threw some boneless skinless chicken on the grill; and sliced a giant onion into four big rounds. Grilled it all. Then decided to grill tortillas filled with cheddar for the kids and goat cheese for the adults. Then we filled them with the eggplant, chicken and onions. Wow. I'm so glad I got hubby the grill for Father's Day a few years ago! Followed it off with a Super Easy Peach Cobbler: A jar of sliced peaches with juice, about a cup of craisins topped off with white cake mix, dotted with butter and baked at 350 for 45 minutes. Served ala mode. Ooee, gooey yummies for our tummies!

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    Quote Originally Posted by lavagal View Post
    [...]Followed it off with a Super Easy Peach Cobbler: A jar of sliced peaches with juice, about a cup of craisins topped off with white cake mix, dotted with butter and baked at 350 for 45 minutes. Served ala mode. Ooee, gooey yummies for our tummies!
    Aha! A dump cake! Love 'em. Can't wait to try the Black Forest and the Pumpkin.

    Tonight? Once I had wine and nachos I was full...nuthin' after that!

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    Somen salad and chicken tofu.

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    Plate lunch from Patti's Chinese Kitchen.

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    Mac and Cheese from the box and Kosher Hot Dogs....
    Kids are full and alseep WOOHOOO hot dog sedatives worked!
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    Lasagna... and a bit of tapioca pudding for dessert.

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    Went to L& L and tried their Chili Plate, Yuck!!! Never again!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hilo Artist View Post
    Went to L& L and tried their Chili Plate, Yuck!!! Never again!!!
    thanks for the warning.

    And tonight's dinner was a Sourdough Jack combo with rootbeer and for dessert, a serving of Dibs.
    How'd I get so white and nerdy?

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    Quote Originally Posted by adrian View Post
    thanks for the warning.

    And tonight's dinner was a Sourdough Jack combo with rootbeer and for dessert, a serving of Dibs.
    Much better than my dinner!

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    Spaghetti and meatballs, a glass of milk, and some Rocky Road ice cream.

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    Copper River Salmon, just salt & pepper, grilled. And a side of pasta with anchovies, mushrooms & garlic. Tomato & onion salad. Mango for dessert!

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    Roast Pork with Pumpkin,Pilipino Beans, Maui Onions and lil bit Shrimp Alamang.


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    Spaghetti and meatballs tonight... Yum, I love spaghetti

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    Oh wow, auntie! I wasn't hungry till I saw your colorful pic. stop it! LOL.....YUM....well, almost bedtime here, so, tomorrow night? Fridays...anything can go/happen/work....hmmm.....Taco salad! I haven't tried Maui Taco's version of it.

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    Chicken Salad on Melba Toast and cheese slices.
    Bottled water to drink.

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    Sesame, artificial crab Poke, Salmon Poke, whole wheat crackers and fresh brewed, berry flavored ceylon teas. Later, dessert will be Boston creme Pie from the bakery, to be enjoyed when company arrives. Oh yeah, and more tea is on tap.

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    sashimi, tofu with ginger, cone and maki sushi, miso soup, vegetable salad

    dessert: crackers

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    Baked potatoes and BBQ'd pork chops, with broccoli and cheese sauce.
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    Meat Sauce with Mushrooms & Italian Sausages.

    I got Spaghetti too.

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    I've never seen Italian Sausage put in WHOLE in the pot with the sauce. But I bet it's good! Just pour da' whole buggah, sausage and all, right on the spaghetti noodles. Yesa!

    On occasion, I've taken the ground, seasoned pork out of the casings and incorporated it into the sauce, which is a great substitute to plain 'ole ground beef.

    For Italian Sausage, we usually sauté them in Extra Virgin Olive Oil with garlic and slices of fresh small sweet red, yellow and orange peppers (Costco). After the sausage is cooked through, then I'll slice them up and return to pan, then finish with fresh Basil. Great as an accompaniment to any pasta dish, or combined as a pasta dish in itself.

    Assagio serves this dish for about $15. You can make it at home for a fraction of that, with enough to serve the entire family.


    Quote Originally Posted by 1stwahine View Post

    Meat Sauce with Mushrooms & Italian Sausages.

    I got Spaghetti too.

    Auntie Lynn

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    Pomai, I forgot to mention dat I prick the Italian Sausages so the sauce oozes through-out dem. Makes it moa onolicious!

    Auntie Lynn
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    kalbi, tofu, copper river salmon, salad

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    Shepard's Pie. Layer of Hamburger, onions and odda ingredients. Layer of kernal corn. Layer of fresh mushrooms. Layer of mashed potato topped with cheddar cheese. Bake foa five minutes at 300 degrees. Cook gravy from drippings and pour over individual servings.

    Broke Da mouth!


    Shepard's Pie!


    Gravy

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    Chocolate chip pancakes....
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