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The What's For Dinner Tonight Chat
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Welcome home, Sora! Missed you xxoo Hope you are feeling better.

Of course you are in! Muumuus for everyone---yaay!!

okay, this is weird, but I saw DUMPLINGS and I started to drool on my laptop...calling....pavlov...

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While I was away I was up north spying on L2T. I caught her on film slacking off.

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:lol: :lol:

:lol: :lol:

:lol: :lol:

holy crap on a cracker....(almost) just as I pictured her.

but, in my mind, her thighs are smaller..

but, what a doll!

(and I laughed so hard, Sora...I almost peed....) Karen! I spit on the laptop again..--dang)

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Beef stew with dumplings.

Wow, I have missed so much being away from here for a few days. Communes, ER's and breasts!

Re: communes, can I come? I'll bring my sewing machine and make MuuMuu's.

Sora, you MUST come! It would not be the same without you. We'll just have to come up with some interesting "chores" for you, too! Actually, you love cooking also - you can cook with those of us who love to do it.

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Sora, I can't stand it! That is SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO funny! :lol: :lol: :lol: How did you know where to look for me? Wait til I tell my husband you found me. I am as white as that; in fact, I blend in with the snow quite well. Snow can be great camouflage. And I do have glasses and brown hair. That bikini only comes out in winter. You should see what I wear when it's actually hot out! OK, you got me. Call me Slackinator. Just watching the cabana boys I mean my husband shoveling the driveway.

I am nearly peeing my pants, too.

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:lol: :lol:

:lol: :lol:

:lol: :lol:

holy crap on a cracker....(almost) just as I pictured her.

but, in my mind, her thighs are smaller..

but, what a doll!

(and I laughed so hard, Sora...I almost peed....) Karen! I spit on the laptop again..--dang)

Irish, just go on thinking my thighs are smaller... :lol:

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All of those empty lounge chairs are for commune members only for watching the cabana boys. (See L2T's big smile?)

Looks like she doesn't need a MuuMuu either so maybe I can help with the cooking.

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Irish, just go on thinking my thighs are smaller... :lol:

Oh yeah, cuz the girl in the photo is just all kinds of chunky... :P

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All of those empty lounge chairs are for commune members only for watching the cabana boys. (See L2T's big smile?)

Looks like she doesn't need a MuuMuu either so maybe I can help with the cooking.

Yes! The chairs are waiting to be filled. Just wondering when you all are coming!

If you look closely at the picture you'll see that the biggest and saggiest parts of my thighs are very well camouflaged by the snow. Same with my tummy. Plus Sora sure knows how to photoshop!

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Oh yeah, cuz the girl in the photo is just all kinds of chunky... :P

:lol::lol::lol:

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. Call me Slackinator. Just watching the cabana boys I mean my husband shoveling the driveway.

I am nearly peeing my pants, too.

hahahaha Oh boy, Slackinator it is!!

Oh yeah, cuz the girl in the photo is just all kinds of chunky... :P

shhh,,,,, well she isn't chunky, sweets, but lovey and I have a pact....no matter how much weight we gain post DX, we'll always be shapely and svelte. (in our own minds...) :lol:

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As you can tell, I'm not GottaSki responding here ( :lol: ) but what the heck...try this jerky recipe. Dead easy and even more deadly tasting.

http://www.food.com/...eef-jerky-42272

Mine's still in the dehydrator, but I can tell you that L2T's recipe will taste far superior -- there wasn't much I could marinate mine in -- so I'm hopeful it is edible...will post instructions after I try and get verified by one of the male jerky experts in my midst.

And yes I was walking in the rain -- I love weather -- guess it's cuz we rarely have it here!

Crockpot ended up with Chili Verde in it -- tacos for dinner -- me a bit of pork pulled out before the chili went in -- guess that means I'm having pulled pork ;)

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While I was away I was up north spying on L2T. I caught her on film slacking off.

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Did you notice that there are " men" but only one " woman"!

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Did you notice that there are " men" but only one " woman"!

:lol: :lol: i guess she is one of a kind.

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:lol: :lol: i guess she is one of a kind.

And probably a pretty busy one too! :rolleyes:

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Did you notice that there are " men" but only one " woman"!

...um, well I did, but I have an English Prof's eyes.... and it is a curse.

(if you meant the grammar)

but in terms of "Numbers", well....there's nuttin wrong with that. :lol: excess cabana boys...no problem

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Mmmm! How do you make the honey butter chicken? Sounds good.

I'm making oven "fried" chicken tenders and homemade Mac and cheese.

It was pretty tasty, I actually let my 6 year old decide how to make the honey butter and she made me proud:)

We used chicken thighs and partially cooked them. Meanwhile my daughter took half a stick of butter, melted it and stirred in approximately a tsp of honey, brushed it onto the chicken and finished cooking it. When it was done the skin was crispy and slightly carmelized.

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Beef stirfry with lots of garlic and ginger with basmati rice.

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Had a big lunch out, so homemade chicken noodle soup. Butterscotch pie for dessert :)

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It was pretty tasty, I actually let my 6 year old decide how to make the honey butter and she made me proud:)

We used chicken thighs and partially cooked them. Meanwhile my daughter took half a stick of butter, melted it and stirred in approximately a tsp of honey, brushed it onto the chicken and finished cooking it. When it was done the skin was crispy and slightly carmelized.

yum....that sounds De-lish, Alex! Another example of a daughter showing her mom "she knows her stuff" :)

and just like Bac-on!!...you cannot go wrong with butter (IMHO)

and I am a huge fan of Irish Kerrygold.

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I made carrot puree and had it with steak.

Actually an edible form of carrots, because I hate the taste but have to eat 'em anyways.

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Had a big lunch out, so homemade chicken noodle soup. Butterscotch pie for dessert :)

Butterscotch pie.....oh wow!!....(drooling...) I LOVE butterscotch.

We are having "encores".. of the bison stuffed peppers tonight. But getting no complaints, so that's good. :D

We also had a big lunch--something called a "Breakfast Scramble"

It involves eggs, cheese, sauteed peppers, onions, mushrooms, home fries, and......wait for it........bacon!

My friend who owns the gluten-free cafe created it...and I replicate it (as best I can) and the hubs...loves it.

I think it is just a way to use anything in the fridge. I made it into a frittata,

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Miso-Glazed Blue Cod en Papillote

Carrot Puree with BACON Jam

Roasted Asparagus with Lemon and Caper Vinaigrette

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Did you notice that there are " men" but only one " woman"!

That's how it is up here in Alberta. Just a little different than usual... :P

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And probably a pretty busy one too! :rolleyes:

You have NO idea! ^_^

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