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Old August 29 2009, 09:25 PM   #631
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A small bag of Cheetos.
Whoa auntiehill! Don't overdo it or anything.
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Old August 29 2009, 10:14 PM   #632
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Homemade burrito, tostitos, banana, cola, cookies
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Old August 29 2009, 10:14 PM   #633
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Samosas.
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Old August 29 2009, 10:23 PM   #634
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Ordered pizza for the family last night...usually my parents order it for us. I got to treat them this time. I think we're having steak tonight for dinner.
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Old August 31 2009, 12:07 AM   #635
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Last night was BBQ Steak, seasoned potatoes, and corn on the cobb.
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Old August 31 2009, 01:04 AM   #636
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A burrito-pizza (DELICIOUS!). Night before that I had a New Mexican/Korean fusion taco dish.
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Old August 31 2009, 01:57 AM   #637
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happy meal
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Old August 31 2009, 02:54 AM   #638
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The Hubby made dinner tonight: fish tacos with chipotle sour cream (and avocado, his home grown tomatoes, etc.) with Spanish rice. YUMMY!!!!
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Old August 31 2009, 03:02 AM   #639
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A "Plain Jane" from Jason's Deli. I only ate a fourth of it and I'm pretty sure I've had enough calories for the rest of the week. But wow, yum!
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Old August 31 2009, 07:15 AM   #640
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Moroccan chicken with couscous. Yummy! I've really been on a North African kick with cooking lately...I love the combination of sweet and savory flavors.
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Old August 31 2009, 04:03 PM   #641
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Leftover pizza baby!

OK I totally slummed it. But we're getting the remnants of Danny here today, so I have plenty of inside time to whip up a feast tonight.
My thoughts, exactly. Thinking of making my famous (okay, in my own little world) Merlot pot roast, with horseradish mashed potatoes. It's just that kinda day, isn't it?
I'm glad its cooling off, as I find it difficult to cook at times during the summer. I hate to turn the oven on, plus a lot of things (stews, chili, casseroles, etc.) are just kinda heavy and filling.

I made a risotto with turkey cutlet, spinach, tomato, bell pepper, and rosemary on Saturday night. The wife requested a carbo load as she took a big marathon training run yesterday.

Last night she made these homemade corn tortillas and ort of turned them into empanadas stuffed with mushrooms and beans and onion and cheese. The Mexican book I got for her birthday is paying dividends!
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Old August 31 2009, 04:44 PM   #642
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A "Plain Jane" from Jason's Deli. I only ate a fourth of it and I'm pretty sure I've had enough calories for the rest of the week. But wow, yum!
2300 calories in the whole thing according to the site's info. I think we've discovered the reason Jane looked so plain.

What on Earth do they put in the toppings on that potato, and how do they grow them so massive in the first place? I suspect steroids...
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Old August 31 2009, 04:54 PM   #643
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I rotissarie'd a chicken, mash potatoes, corn with home made gravy. What is left of the chicken will become a delicious chicken salad for lunches this week
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Old August 31 2009, 04:55 PM   #644
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Leftover pizza baby!

OK I totally slummed it. But we're getting the remnants of Danny here today, so I have plenty of inside time to whip up a feast tonight.
My thoughts, exactly. Thinking of making my famous (okay, in my own little world) Merlot pot roast, with horseradish mashed potatoes. It's just that kinda day, isn't it?
I'm glad its cooling off, as I find it difficult to cook at times during the summer. I hate to turn the oven on, plus a lot of things (stews, chili, casseroles, etc.) are just kinda heavy and filling.

I made a risotto with turkey cutlet, spinach, tomato, bell pepper, and rosemary on Saturday night. The wife requested a carbo load as she took a big marathon training run yesterday.

Last night she made these homemade corn tortillas and ort of turned them into empanadas stuffed with mushrooms and beans and onion and cheese. The Mexican book I got for her birthday is paying dividends!
YUM!!! Those both sound great!

I'm a big fan of Mexican food. Oddly, I sort of avoided fish tacos for the longest time. They just sounded ... not right somehow. Then, The Hubby tried this recipe and I was bowled over.

I know what you mean about the heavy "fall" fare not working well in the summer. But, I do love the fall woods. Which is why I've got the roast in the crock pot right now (ended up not making it Saturday.) We've definitely got the weather for it today. At least this morning when I had the dogs in the park, it certainly felt fall like.
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Old August 31 2009, 04:58 PM   #645
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Frozen pizza.
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