What are you having for dinner? AGAIN!

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I would prefer to make my ass smaller, not larger, thank you. And I like my blonde hair and green eyes just fine.
I prefer to make my face younger, so her Plastic surgeon would be fine...she actually never looked like that growing up, everything is false.

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Recipe for Ginger lemongrass shrimp from Wolfgang Puck......
Lemongrass, smash and cut into small pieces, ginger cut small, soy sauce, small amount with honey,
mix and marinade shrimp 1/2 hour only....grill , sprinkle peanut oil, serve immediately.

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Last night was the first really chilly night since early spring. And, we have several days of cool weather ahead. So, I am making a meaty chili for supper, with plenty for leftovers and to freeze.

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Crispy oven baked fish, tater tots, steamed fresh spinach.

Based in MD, near DC
Shopping from the Carolinas to New York
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BLT's.

I enjoy awkward questions and uncomfortable silences. This gas station pavement is $%^@*#& hot.
Ooooh I love BLTs. I try to have them at least twice a month. I know that bacon isn't supposed to be good for us or I would eat them weekly. Have you ever tried them with avocado? I am guessing your wife would probably not go for that, LOL. It's a nice sub for a bit less mayo.
I have been cooking chili in the crockpot for a couple of days. We are eating a late dinner with crispy corn tortillas, sour cream, cheese, and my the 3-meat chili made with home-grown garden tomatoes. I ended up throwing some diced chicken breast in it this morning (it already had chunks of filet mignon scrap and ground beef). I also added some oregano from my garden for extra flavor and nutrition.
I have my BLT's with avocado and no bacon....tonight I did Rev pizza (thin crust) really good but oh that report and pictures.....however, no dishes.

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I love no dishes!ยน

I do double bacon BLTs ????

Edited for typing on my phone.

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Last night at home before my mini-holiday, sooo using up the last of the bargain pizza that is in the freezer.
Tomorrow evening? Seafood in Seattle !

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Picking up large shrimp for an easy pasta dish, using red peppers and artichoke pasta.

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Great idea. I will try avocado on my BLT. my wife likes double bacon too but yeah the avocado will be a no go.
I made a pot of navy bean soup. Mine has lots of herbs and chicken thighs. Very hearty and delicious.
I also made a pineapple upside down cake.

I enjoy awkward questions and uncomfortable silences. This gas station pavement is $%^@*#& hot.
OMG I love pineapple upside down cake! I haven't made one in probably 10 years, since the kids were young. Sigh. I don't want to make one just for me (hubby probably wouldn't eat it). Oh, and I love navy bean soup, but I like a ham bone in mine...mmmmmm. It is soup season (unfortunately).

Wen to the bar on the lake, ate some spinach dip with tricolor tortilla chips and drank a bucket of beers with hubby, watched the sunset...80 degrees today and that is probably the last time for this year.
Giovanni Rana? I love some artichoke ravioli, deliciouso!

@Irene_L.A. wrote:

Picking up large shrimp for an easy pasta dish, using red peppers and artichoke pasta.
Picking up lobster meat on sale, I purchase 1/2 pound makes 2 nice rolls. I use sour dough butter toasted rolls instead of hot dog rolls. I can't resist lobster. I do cook nutritious meals most of the time. I shop at WholeFoods, which is near my house.
Lobster is nutritious. It's pricey but worth it. I could really go for a lobster roll right now!
Kind of a boring dinner, but we're having pork rounds, mashed potatoes and gravy, spiced apples and a salad.
I have been making spaghetti sauce in the crockpot with fresh tomatoes from my garden, it has filet mignon, ground sirloin, and Italian sausage. Today I finished it off with fresh oregano, basil, and parsley from garden.
Sandy Shopper I am from the Northeast, what are pork rounds?
JASFLALMT you use Filet in sauce? I like my Filet medium rare, what happens in a sauce, sounds good. I love all seafood, which is abundant here. Oysters, clam, lobster, haddock, cod, mussels, Maine, Alaska, Canada, US

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Making a broiled tri-tip steak, corn on the cob and something green.....yogurt and berries over ladyfingers for dessert. I've never made lobster, sure sounds good.

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@Irene. I use ginger in my everyday meals and tea. So did my mum and grandmum. If you have a fine grater or a mortar pestle, using ginger gets easy everyday. Just grate some ginger in hot oil or butter before adding anything else. The oil gets infused with ginger plus it wouldn't be raw. Soups, broths, curries all taste good with a hint of ginger. You could add some to hot water for tea. The only problem with ginger is that it could generate a lot of heat inside the body. So, use it in moderation. I generally decrease consumption during summers. Great for all sorts of ailments including arthritis or morning sickness.
Pork rounds are marketed as boneless pork chops here. But they aren't chops. They're rounds of pork, more like slices from a rolled pork roast than a chop. Dinner was pretty good. Tonight we're having chili, salad and a loaf of bread made with that 5 minute bread recipe. The onions and tomatoes are from the garden.
I had purchased some filet mignon on sale for $9.99 a lb and bought quite a bit. At that price, some of the filets had some scrap on them. I trimmed them up to be super premium steaks. We ate a couple (cooked MR of course) and I froze the rest in marinade. I had a few small bags of scraps (which really still had a lot of nice meat attached). Those go in the crockpot for chili or sauce. It's ah-mazing.

I grew up in Florida. I too love seafood. I live in Ohio now. I have no idea what pork rounds are.

@shopper8 wrote:

Sandy Shopper I am from the Northeast, what are pork rounds?
JASFLALMT you use Filet in sauce? I like my Filet medium rare, what happens in a sauce, sounds good. I love all seafood, which is abundant here. Oysters, clam, lobster, haddock, cod, mussels, Maine, Alaska, Canada, US
Making my gluten free pasta and saw a jar of sauce in Sprouts of tomato sauce with Vodka and creme...sounds good to me.

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I made enchiladas for tonight with the rest of the chili meat I made the other day. It's survivor night when I typically have dinner already made so I don't get disturbed.

I enjoy awkward questions and uncomfortable silences. This gas station pavement is $%^@*#& hot.
Having a repeat of Tortilla soup and french bread, added green chili's for a heated version...cleans out your sinus's. I also watch Survivor, but finding this season a bit boring......

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