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    I will be cooking pizza or red sauce at the fire station. It just pisses me off when they sein all the meat out of the red sauce.

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    My wife prepared the food and I had to cook it this evening:

    White carrot


    Salmon befor cooking

    ....and after



    Spinat befor cooking

    .....and after



    And of course rice.

    I did a very good job. A tasty meal for 3 persons.

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    Trying to decide whether to get the $7.99 (on Monday) chicken dinner special at the supermarket which comes with your choice of a whole roast chicken or eight pieces of fried chicken, 1 lb of potato salad, Hawaiian rolls and a 2 liter bottle of coke, or to get a baked ham, most of which will go in the freezer. Either one will last me the whole week.
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    Quote Originally Posted by V.C. Brunswick View Post
    Trying to decide whether to get the $7.99 (on Monday) chicken dinner special at the supermarket which comes with your choice of a whole roast chicken or eight pieces of fried chicken, 1 lb of potato salad, Hawaiian rolls and a 2 liter bottle of coke, or to get a baked ham, most of which will go in the freezer. Either one will last me the whole week.
    Go for the ham. Haaaaammmmmm. See? There is MMMMMMM in ham.
    People think they are so rebellious and original, when really they are just banal, boring and dumb.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jamespowers View Post
    Go for the ham. Haaaaammmmmm. See? There is MMMMMMM in ham.
    You read my mind. I just got back from the store with the ham.
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    Quote Originally Posted by V.C. Brunswick View Post
    You read my mind. I just got back from the store with the ham.
    Of course. Remember---I knowwwwwwww....
    People think they are so rebellious and original, when really they are just banal, boring and dumb.

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    Had another great dinner at the Beekman Arms in Rhinebeck, NY. Dating to 1766, it's America's oldest inn. Washington, Hamilton and (after every election) FDR all enjoyed its hospitality. I enjoyed a huge slab of very rare pot roast, with julienned veggies and sweet potatoes. My girlfriend had crab stuffed shrimp. To die for. Sorry, no pics. And profitaroles with maple bourbon ice cream and mixed fruit gooey stuff. Having already died and gone to heaven, I couldn't't die again. But OMG, what a meal.

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    Tonight's dinner is Assam Laksa. A spicy and sour fish soup-curry with noodles. A staple of the Malay Peninsula.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dhermann1 View Post
    Had another great dinner at the Beekman Arms in Rhinebeck, NY. Dating to 1766, it's America's oldest inn. Washington, Hamilton and (after every election) FDR all enjoyed its hospitality. I enjoyed a huge slab of very rare pot roast, with julienned veggies and sweet potatoes. My girlfriend had crab stuffed shrimp. To die for. Sorry, no pics. And profitaroles with maple bourbon ice cream and mixed fruit gooey stuff. Having already died and gone to heaven, I couldn't't die again. But OMG, what a meal.
    Ok, now I am hungry.
    People think they are so rebellious and original, when really they are just banal, boring and dumb.

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    Bratwurst and ice cold Blue Ribbon Beer.
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