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Old 05-23-2005   #31 (permalink)
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Probably pull the cork on a particularly chewy Australian Cabernet/Shiraz blend we're enjoying these days. Picked up 2 1/2 cases of it at the liquor store on a clearance of discontinued items. A gen-you-wine treasure at $6.99 CDN a bottle. Life don't get no better!
AAAHH Australian wines are my favorite...in particular Black Opal Shiraz, Wishing Tree Shiraz, Rams Leap and Selena Estate...all of which we keep on hand in our wine cabinet....wine with dinner is a must in our casa.

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Unhappy Oh Tappy

Sorry the Hubby has a problem,hope he's O.K. & you too. I will give you some ideas in a p.m. within a day or so.Does he like soup? Creamed soups,i.e.Potato cheese, Cauliflower cheese, cream of asparagus,cream of onion, are nutricious,& don't need too much spice to stand on their own. Fish [baked with a light mayo coating & sprinkled with parmesan cheese?I have lots of experience cooking diabetic & heart healthy since diabetes runs in my family,& my Father -in -law & Mom-in-law both had bad heart trouble & both lived with me for varius periods of time.No spice sounds like ulcer or gastritus tho[I have that myself]lol. P.M. me & I'll help if'n I can!

On topic-I made BBQ pork chops,mashed potato,Cauliflower in cheese[alfredo] sauce and stir fried cabbage & sugar snap peas with onions.
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On topic-I made BBQ pork chops,mashed potato,Cauliflower in cheese[alfredo] sauce and stir fried cabbage & sugar snap peas with onions.
Softy your so wrong. Yum!!!
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Fresh Mahi Mahi caught today by Royal and cooked up by Captain Dave.
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I prefer them over a lot of other cuts of meat. We have these weird restaurants here where you can go and get just a huge cut of meat (like 20 ounces or so) and you cook them yourself on a huge grill in the middle of the restaurant, people love it? I guess cooking it yourself kinda defeats the purpose of going out to eat...but oh well. Anyway, they have awesome ribeyes.
We have a place like that up here as well, since we're big meat eaters we LOVE that place, Howie G.'s...too bad it's on the other side of the Twin Cities.

It's just the babe and me tonight so we're doing the leftover thing. I'm having a Chipotle Burrito...YUM! and the little missy is having her fav frozen fish sticks and french fries right out of the freezer...no cooking necessary - sure makes my life easier.

Tomorrow night when hubby and the two older girls are home we'll be having Sweet and Sour Pork Tenderloin, red potatoes, green beans and bread.
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Fresh Mahi Mahi caught today by Royal and cooked up by Captain Dave.
Yum...Figured you might have had shrimp tacos but the Mahi Mahi sounds good. Did you guys have any showers today?
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We had late lunches so we ate light... foccaccia bread topped with red bell pepper, green onion, garlic and a smattering of mozzarella cheese... tossed green salad... fresh strawberries for dessert...
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We had late lunches so we ate light... foccaccia bread topped with red bell pepper, green onion, garlic and a smattering of mozzarella cheese... tossed green salad... fresh strawberries for dessert...
Your just spoiled Knee.
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How about a crawfish etouffee shake?
Emeril does not have a recipe for that in his book !!! :p

And yes Softy send me any good recipes you have...I am going to have to take over the cooking for awhile !!!
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Emeril does not have a recipe for that in his book !!! :p

And yes Softy send me any good recipes you have...I am going to have to take over the cooking for awhile !!!
OH GOSH!! There goes the neighborhood. J/K
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OH GOSH!! There goes the neighborhood. J/K
I think he is depressed at the thought of me cooking !!!!
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I think he is depressed at the thought of me cooking !!!!
That reminds me of my sister burning a pot of water growing up. I still tease her about it.
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Your just spoiled Knee.
Absolutely rotten... but in the best way!
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Fresh Mahi Mahi caught today by Royal and cooked up by Captain Dave.
Damn show off

Tonight I heated up leftovers from last night. Ricotta/spinach tortilinis with olive oil/parmesan cheese.

Oh... and a paper cup of Crystal Light Raspberry Ice.

All eaten in my lap on the couch while watching Animal Planet.

Life is good.
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We had chicken Seville...Spanish recipe with Chicken, ham, tomatoes and olives over a light bed of rice. Sausage and cheese stuffed mushrooms for apps along with avocado slices covered with this great sweet/sour salsa sauce with bacon crumbs over the top. Fresh organic asparagus with hollandaise sauce......with the apps we had a great chard and with the entree we had a great Spanish Priorat.....actually we had guests over making this a special night...normally we are good with anything on the BBQ (especially thick lamb chops) or a nite out at the cheap, and wonderful mexican restaurant!
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