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The What's For Dinner Tonight Chat
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i'm sort of bummed at my roommate. He came home with salmon cakes and salmon loaf that were clearly identified as containing gluten. I'm feeling sanctimonious that I didn't Mace him or something. Gosh, I better go shopping tomorrow. Waa.

If you're the kind of person who counts the good deeds you do, this totally counts. Some days, the fact that you made it through without committing homicide is a good deed.

Isn't he a bit overdressed for an interview?

Quite easily rectified. I'm sure there are more than enough of us willing to help with that. ;)

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Look! She morphed into 2! cool .

Isn't he a bit overdressed for an interview?

Poor guy is starting off on the wrong foot already....tsk tsk

True!

Is he still with us ;)

Poor guy probably has no idea how close he came to getting his ass kicked.... :unsure: right, Marilyn?

:lol:

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He just admitted that he cooked the salmon on our dedicated gluten-free gas grill. (I had eggs.)

Come on down girl's it's time to put a whuppin' on him. Bring on the pirates.

(He swore he'd scrub it tomorrow ...)

All I asked was if he could pick up some fish. We live in Florida!

In case anybody's wondering, he is, so far, unscathed, living breathing.

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I am skilled in the art of a$$-kick. Lemme know where and when. ;)

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He just admitted that he cooked the salmon on our dedicated gluten-free gas grill. (I had eggs.)

In case anybody's wondering, he is, so far, unscathed, living breathing.

This does not compute, NOT COMPUTE... NOT COMPUTE...!!!

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He just admitted that he cooked the salmon on our dedicated gluten-free gas grill. (I had eggs.)

Come on down girl's it's time to put a whuppin' on him. Bring on the pirates.

(He swore he'd scrub it tomorrow ...)

All I asked was if he could pick up some fish. We live in Florida!

In case anybody's wondering, he is, so far, unscathed, living breathing.

You said " roommate". Is this a " just helping pay the rent" roommate? Or a sleep in the same bed roommate? Because a sleep in the same bed roommate might be sleeping in his car.

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WTF somebody lives in Florida and they come home with, first, salmon,and secondly, glutenoid salmon ? :blink: That takes some special kind of talent. Then they put this stuff on the grill as if heat can make the problemo go adios. Is 2013 the Year of Magical Thinking ? You'd better tell him not to show up next with imitation crab <_< :angry:

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That is EXACTLY what the internet is for, fantastic. Would it be impractical to make cabana boys from bacon?

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That is EXACTLY what the internet is for, fantastic. Would it be impractical to make cabana boys from bacon?

Well, we would have to keep remaking them because they would go off pretty quick :huh:

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I guess putting 2 good things together doesn't necessarily improve either of them :).

Maybe this new diet is so weird in its combinations that my brain is a bit scrambled...

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Scrambled brain ...that goes with bacon....

a Kevin Bacon... made of bacon! Brilliant and tasty.

Cabana boyz made of bacon too?

even Marilyn's roommate whose bacon is now fried because he did a dopey thing.

that's funny, suddenly , I want bacon.

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This just in.....the fat in bacon is good fat!!!

Especially good for improving the mood in those on limited diets :D

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Scrambled brain ...that goes with bacon....

a Kevin Bacon... made of bacon!

Cabana boyz made of bacon too?

even Marilyn's roommate whose bacon is now fried because he did a dopey thing.

that's funny, suddenly , I want bacon.

This new diet is making IH loopy! 2i8d4ao.gif

Chili for dinner tonight. M's choice. He will have his on corn macaroni.

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Here is the article that was in my inbox this morning -- like I need more reasons to want bacon ;)

http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2013/01/03/eating-bacon.aspx?e_cid=20130103_DNL_art_1

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This just in.....the fat in bacon is good fat!!!

Especially good for improving the mood in those on limited diets :D

You're just preaching to the choir, Ski! :lol:

This new diet is making IH loopy! 2i8d4ao.gif

hey, all I did was "recap the last 5 posts about bacon ". You people are the loopsters! I am perfectly sane. -_-

Here is the article that was in my inbox this morning -- like I need more reasons to want bacon ;)

http://articles.merc...30103_DNL_art_1

Great article. Written by the same author who wrote The Whole Soy Story. If you are still eating gobs of soy, read that book.

You won't eat it again.

:D

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The gateway meat? Bwahahahaha!

hahahahaha.......... I hit the laptop with the coffee spray on that one too....

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hahahahaha.......... I hit the laptop with the coffee spray on that one too....

I've got nothing against vegans/vegetarians, but now we know what to do the next time one goes all militant on us. FIREdevil.gif

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Okay, guys, I'm going to have to take computer lessons from Ginny, because all I can do is post a URL for y'all, but here is the ultimate bacon melange:

http://shine.yahoo.c...-165400311.html

A bacon Kevin Bacon--brilliant!! :P

This just in.....the fat in bacon is good fat!!!

Especially good for improving the mood in those on limited diets :D

Best news I've heard all day :D

I've got nothing against vegans/vegetarians, but now we know what to do the next time one goes all militant on us. FIREdevil.gif

<snort>

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This just in.....the fat in bacon is good fat!!!

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YES! YES, that's right....I found DANCING BACON!!! booyah!

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YES! YES, that's right....I found DANCING BACON!!! booyah!

You are my new hero!

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I have been craving beef short ribs so may do some up on the weekend.

Any recipe ideas?

Sora, I love short ribs. The following are amongst my favourites:

http://www.epicurious.com/recipes/food/views/Braised-Short-Ribs-with-Chocolate-and-Rosemary-233706?mbid=RF (yes, they contain chocolate, but it is sort of almost mole-ish).

http://www.napastyle.com/recipe/recipe.jsp?productId=2847&parentCategoryId=614&categoryId=721&subCategoryId=888&rcode=em090825S6&cm_mmc=em-_-em090825S6-_-p-_-Ribs

http://www.saveur.com/article/Recipes/Braised-Beef-Short-Ribs-1000068952

http://www.cookstr.com/recipes/braised-short-ribs-of-beef

http://tastykitchen.com/recipes/main-courses/short-ribs-with-wine-and-cream/?print=1/#size3x5

Let me know if you want more ideas. I haven't even gone through any of my hundreds of cookbooks yet!

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You are my new hero!

That's all it took? :blink: dancing bacon?? gee whiz.

...nobel peace prize winners... and such....did all that work for nuttin....

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bacon2.gif

YES! YES, that's right....I found DANCING BACON!!! booyah!

You are a goddess! The Bacon Goddess!

(Look at that smug little smile it's wearing) :P

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