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    Decided I'd had enough of chili+rice, so dumped it.

    Pork chops and Yukon Gold potatoes on the menu.

    Sheez, I remember when pork used to be the poor man's meat. No more.

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    i think i'll make enchiladas from a mix... and mexican rice from a package, and black beans from a can.

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    finally felt like cooking a real meal: chicken thights marinated in a spicy papaya seed dressing, garlic mashed yukon golds and some grilled asparagus. it was really good!
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    spaghetti. yum.


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    Last night.
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    3 piece combo and a cup of Mountain Dew from KFC.

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    More down home cooking tonight. Stewed whole baby okra and black-eyed peas.

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    hi,tonight,we're having leftover turkeyground stoup included with macaroni and it'll taste good on rice. not sure what's for tomorrow's Dinner?

    Well thank's for your time

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    Portuguese bean soup and sandwich with deli meat and cheese. I have a feeling we will be eating this two more times this week.

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    Corn dogs, baked beans, steamed broccoli. With mustard and pepper relish.

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    Pork adobo, fried rice, bbq pork on a stick and a cup of Fruit Punch from Golden Coin.

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    Grilled chicken combo with a cup of Fruit Punch from KFC.

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    hi,tonight we had steamed salmon with rice and with my steamed salmon,i had tofu with a pinch of shoyu and i had a lettuce salad and for our dessert,we had my homemade plum,nectarine and peach pie of which i made and it was good. tomorrow's dinner will be rotesarrie chicken with rice and same dessert and it'll be good.

    well thanks for your time

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    hi,tonight we're having storebought rotessarie chicken with rice and maybe a lettuce salad and it'll be good.

    not sure what's for tomorrow's dinner?

    Well thank's for your time

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    Ahi poke and a bottle of Steel Reserve.

    Both kinda pricey at Star Markets.

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    I'm goin' out and I'm havin' lobster tail. The dinner's free and I'm buying wine for the table! Drooling already!

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    I am being treated to the Toby Carvery. The chef will carve beef and yorkshire pudding. Then If I want he will put some slices of ham on my plate. As much vegies in different varieties as you want and you can go back time and time again for more.


    Worth Googling

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    Two part dinner tonight. Chicken salad sandwiches and a bottle of Diet Coke Lime. Second part grilled chicken combo (with biscuit), fruit punch and cookies from KFC.

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    Everyone from Sansei to Helen seems to have had really delicious dinners tonite! I had warmed over pizza - not all that great.
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    Last night I had “funeral food”: maki sushi, namasu, nishime, potato macaroni salad, shoyu pork, and fried chicken. It wasn’t too long ago that the last two items would not be present at a Japanese Buddhist funeral; everything would have to be vegetarian. My, how times have changed.

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    hi,tonight we're having canned sardine's with rice and maybe a lettuce salad or tofu for me and tomorrow we'll have steak with rice and it'll be yum.


    well thank's for your time

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    Tonite's dinner is Bertolli Penne with Chicken & Spinach in a Parmesan cream sauce. These products are VERY good! They taste as good as the commercials try to convince you. Also, some Chardonnay from a Colorado winery that my boss brought back to me from his trip to Boulder last week.
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    Tuscan Chicken Pasta and some Diet Coke from Gordon Biersch.

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    for benefit of Helen and others who like to cook in their microwaves - Bertolli Pasta dishes can also be cooked in microwave. They are found in the frozen foods section in grocery stores (the pasta, not the microwave )
    "Democracy is the only system that persists in asking the powers that be whether they are the powers that ought to be."
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    Quote Originally Posted by helen View Post
    Tuscan Chicken Pasta and some Diet Coke from Gordon Biersch.
    I was a few feet from you at Don Ho's Island Grill then the old Pier Bar for the jazz concert. Could you hear the concert from GB? At DHIG I had crab stuffed shrimp in lilikoi sauce, caesar salad, steamed veggies, rice and chocolate cake with a haupia frosting! And it was all yum! So was the concert!

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