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#323892 - 04/06/20 12:23 AM What's for dinner?
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Sunday, April 5th 2020

  • Chicken Cacciatore
  • - Chopped tomatoes, garlic, tumaric, sweet onion, Chardonnay, mushrooms, sliced bell peppers
  • - Egg noodles
  • - Oven "fried" chicken
  • - Chopped italian parsley as garnish
  • Spinach Salad
  • - chopped egg
  • - sliced mushrooms
  • - chopped bacon
  • - warm Paul Newman's Family Italian Dressing


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#323896 - 04/06/20 01:28 AM Re: What's for dinner? [Re: pdx rick]
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Fettucini Alfredo with mussels and grilled asparagus.
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#323897 - 04/06/20 01:38 AM Re: What's for dinner? [Re: Greger]
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Homemade lasagna and salad.
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#323900 - 04/06/20 03:07 AM Re: What's for dinner? [Re: Greger]
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Originally Posted By: Greger
Fettucini Alfredo with mussels and grilled asparagus.

I love grilled asparagus!!! smile
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#323907 - 04/06/20 11:32 AM Re: What's for dinner? [Re: pdx rick]
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Sunday: Meat Loaf, mashed potatoes, brussels sprouts, gravy. Good old homemade fair.

Saturday: Italian Take Out - Penne Lobster; in a dolce vita mixed tossed in a brandy creamy tomato sauce, Shrimp Cremosi, salad.
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#323915 - 04/06/20 05:52 PM Re: What's for dinner? [Re: Ujest Shurly]
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In these dreary lonely times we should never forget the most important meal of the day...

Breakfast!



Cajun style shrimp and grits, eggs laid this morning, homemade bread fried in garlic infused olive oil.
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#323936 - 04/07/20 12:29 AM Re: What's for dinner? [Re: pdx rick]
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Bean soup with ham. Just printed out a recipe, so we don't forget anything.

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#323943 - 04/07/20 04:12 AM Re: What's for dinner? [Re: pondering_it_all]
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BLT tonight. I'm rationing tomatoes so it was a glorious splurge.
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#323950 - 04/07/20 08:12 AM Re: What's for dinner? [Re: pdx rick]
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I remember tomatoes. Sigh... We are trying to stick to canned stuff from the pantry until I can get some antibody tests to make sure we are safe. Still have a lot of corned beef hash and chile. Why the hell didn't I buy some beef stew! Getting real damned tired of corned beef hash and chile.

We can actually buy a bunch of stuff and have it delivered to the porch, where it would stay for a few days. But my wife is extra careful. Refrigerator is on it's last legs, too. Lucky we have a new little dorm room style fridge as well we have fired up. I'm going to miss the ice maker.

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#323951 - 04/07/20 11:51 AM Re: What's for dinner? [Re: Greger]
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Originally Posted By: Greger
In these dreary lonely times we should never forget the most important meal of the day...

Breakfast!



Cajun style shrimp and grits, eggs laid this morning, homemade bread fried in garlic infused olive oil.

Chez Greger's

You could probably charge $22.00 for that meal. smile
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