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Yes, pluots are the same.

Pluots, apriums, apriplums, or plumcots, are some of the hybrids.

:)

Hubs is working on the front porch in this heat.

He's getting potato salad and burgers on CHEBE rolls and fruit salad for dessert.

This may be a POIfect idea. I might just go with his favorite, mac & cheese.

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This may be a POIfect idea. I might just go with his favorite, mac & cheese.

I had to turn the AC on (as much as I hate it) so I could turn the oven on so I can make the rolls...GAK!! it's already 95 here at 11 am in NY .

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We've been living together for over five years. There's plenty of states where I can call him hubby! Not this one... but anyway. We tend to say hubby and wife, especially with strangers. Easier.

ah. Thought you went and did sumpin' without telling us. Carry on. :)

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I had to turn the AC on (as much as I hate it) so I could turn the oven on so I can make the rolls...GAK!! it's already 95 here at 11 am in NY .

Here too (CT). I have all the drapes drawn.

Now I can't decide between mac n cheese and Chebe sandwiches.

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Authentic Japanese:

Grilled Tsukane (chicken meatballs with miso)

Tare (soy basting sauce) with the chicken

Yakiniku (Grilled Vegetables with Tare)

Takikomi Gohan (Japanese pilaf)

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Here too (CT). I have all the drapes drawn.

Now I can't decide between mac n cheese and Chebe sandwiches.

I made a double CHEBE batch since the oven is already on.

I was going to explain what I PUT in my burgers (TAPENADE)

but Karen scoffed at my use of the proper "Haricots Verts" and now, I am TRES TRISTE :( . (sniffle sniffle)

:lol: :lol: :lol:

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fresh greenbeans with fresh cream corn. Havent figured out a protein to cook .

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potato chicken salad made with leftover BBQ chicken and fresh eggs.

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Chicken salad, marinaded green beans, tossed salad, beets and deviled eggs....94 here. <_<

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Potato salad and ??? Plus a glass of wine. Mid-90's here, too, with more of the same for tomorrow.

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Looks like it was a " potato or some other kind of salad" day from Coast to coast. :lol:

Bloody hot here--it hit 100.

Happy First Day of Summer, Everyone!

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Looks like it was a " potato or some other kind of salad" day from Coast to coast. :lol:

Bloody hot here--it hit 100.

Happy First Day of Summer, Everyone!

Ya, shaddap, ya chipper little fruitcake...... :angry:

:lol: :lol: :lol:

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Ya, shaddap, ya chipper little fruitcake...... :angry:

:lol: :lol: :lol:

:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :P

don't hate me cuz I'm chippah! ya poopyhead grouchy pants!

So what's for dinner tomorrow? ;)

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I sent my husband to the store for canning lids, he came home with marked down pork cube steak. I fried them up and made myself an apple in caramel sauce to go with it. (Hubby won't eat cooked apples, he's kinda weird.) I made a marshmallow salad earlier so we're just having that with our dinner. I almost made a vegetable.

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. I almost made a vegetable.

:lol:

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ooh, a vegetable. If I put pumpkin caramel sauce over vanilla ice cream does that count?

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ooh, a vegetable. If I put pumpkin caramel sauce over vanilla ice cream does that count?

Counts as a vegtable in my book!!!LOL! :lol: Something sweet sounds sooooo good right now! yummy! :P

Tonight its Cosco Rotisorie Chicken...greenbeans w/garlic and shitaki mushrooms! B)

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I am making homemade pasta today. Fettucine, in fact. I am also making a large batch of garlic and white wine sauce (so I can freeze some for hot days this summer). We will be having Sauteed Mushrooms with Sherry, Thyme and Garlic as well. Lemon Blueberry Pudding for dessert (low fat and low calorie).

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I am making homemade pasta today. Fettucine, in fact. I am also making a large batch of garlic and white wine sauce (so I can freeze some for hot days this summer). We will be having Sauteed Mushrooms with Sherry, Thyme and Garlic as well. Lemon Blueberry Pudding for dessert (low fat and low calorie).

This sounds sooo yummy!! Much better than the veggies and hummus I had... 😳

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This sounds sooo yummy!! Much better than the veggies and hummus I had...

It was AMAZING! Fresh pasta was incredible. And the sauce? Oh, man.

Your meal was healthier than mine, though! :P

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I made arepas today, not really sure what I wanted for supper but I knew I wanted it on an arepa. We just made some burgers and fries. Burgers are awesome on arepas, they're so magical.

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It was AMAZING! Fresh pasta was incredible. And the sauce? Oh, man.

Your meal was healthier than mine, though! :P

Yummy beats healthy anyday! Haha I'm thinking I may make spinach stuffed chicken Alfredo at some point this weekend, if I can find all of the ingredients!

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There was extra fresh homemade pasta from last night so I am making a truffle cream sauce for it. We brought the preserved truffles back with us from Croatia. They are heavenly! Braised celery in white wine. Strawberry limeade.

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Braised celery in white wine.

Hum...sounds interesting. Would you share? :)

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Hum...sounds interesting. Would you share? :)

Certainly. I love braised vegetables!

http://www.yummly.com/recipe/Braised-Hearts-of-Celery-Vinaigrette-Food_com-149062?servings=6

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