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    Quote Originally Posted by 1stwahine View Post

    Boiled Ham Hocks with Black Eye Beans

    Corn Bread, Collard Greens w/Bacon.

    Rice

    HAHAHAHAHA

    Auntie Lynn
    Boy, that looks good! It's kinda like "Hopping John," a southern dish. I love that stuff.

    Tonight, for me, since I feel under the weather, I'm planning on having spicy Korean tofu soup. That always seems to clear up my sinuses and makes me feel good.

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    French Dip and small vegetable salad, grapes for dessert

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    Seasoned wild Alaskan salmon filet (from Costco!)
    a coupla slices of avocado
    fruit salad
    a wee bit o' chardonnay

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    Quote Originally Posted by scrivener View Post

    Wendy's new BACONATOR...

    no sauce....
    No sauce? Oh man that just killed it for me. I needs me some sauce. I'll stay with my sin that is the Bacon Ultimate Cheeseburger (Jack in the Box) that I have once every 4-8 weeks. I try to convince myself that since I have a fruit cup instead of fries with it and an iced tea or bottled water that it's somehow more healthy.

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    Sauteed (in olive oil) fillet of dover sole with store bought olive tapenade, steamed green beans, leftover homemade mac salad and fresh local strawberries (some of the last of the season ), fresh local blueberries (bumper crop this year for us) and Rainier cherries (about the last of the season for these, too )

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    Kind of late dinner, mixed plate, waffle dog and a bottle of water from Golden Coin.

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    Kind of early dinner of the Baconator, Frosty and cup of Diet Coke from Wendy's.

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    ravioli with spaghetti sauce, italian sausage and meatballs. Veggie salad. Red wine.

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    Kalua pig, short ribs, mac salad, etc., at a private lu`au organized by some hula dancers for a friend of theirs - I led the band (first time ever as leader!)

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    Chicken Katsu and Chili Dog plate lunch from Mahalo Drive Inn.

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    Bacon Ultimate Cheeseburger, curly fries and a cup of fruit punch from Jack-in-the-Box.

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    Rigatoni with sausage (diced) and a cup of Diet Coke from Pasta Basta.

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    I knew I'd be working late, so I bought some Beef Stew from Cafe Diem (vietnamese on Alakea) this afternoon for dinner. Got the noodles on the side. Love Vietnamese Beef Stew. I kind of wish they'd serve it with baguette like they do in France. (I guess i could have bought my own...).
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    Pork adobo from KJ's in Kaneohe. It's really good there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by scrivener View Post
    Pork adobo from KJ's in Kaneohe. It's really good there.
    The fried chicken must have been sold out, right?

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    You would think, but as much as I really, really like the fried chicken there, I just about never order it when I eat out. I don't like finger-food when I'm eating out. I'm doing a lot of reading for my thesis right now, especially when I eat. So, you know. I need to eat stuff I can eat with just a fork or chopsticks in one hand. No two-handed food and no knife-and-fork food.
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    A couple of sandwiches and a cup of fruit punch from Arby's.

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    Bacon Ultimate Cheeseburger, tacos, curley fries and a cup of water from Jack-in-the-Box.

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    homemade beef tomato (made with rib eye)
    and white rice

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    Testing out hurricane rations, can of vienna sausage, can of tuna and pouch of Capari Sun juice.

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    Chicken shakers with buffalo sauce, roast beef with cheese and a cup of Mountain Dew from Arby's.

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    Steak marinated in Aloha brand mango-pineapple teriyaki marinade and sauteed zucchini. For dessert, a 12 oz white mocha made with fair trade coffee (not SBUX) at my Board meeting.

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    broiled beef and cheddar burgers, green salad.

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    Leftovers.
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    Baked Short-Ribs with Hawaiian Salt, Garlic, and Fresh Peppercorns.

    Rice

    Irish Baliey Cream

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