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 Post subject: Re: What's for dinner?
PostPosted: Tue February 23, 2021 12:51 am 
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broccoli, cheese, and rice
the rest of the buffalo chicken dip
something else light, i guess
maybe one other light thing
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appears our weekly hello fresh meals are delayed, so will probably have something delivered.


https://www.walleyedirect.com/product/w ... gK3gPD_BwE

Lol I did get fish and chips.


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 Post subject: Re: What's for dinner?
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the spicy tofu dish we didn't make last night


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 Post subject: Re: What's for dinner?
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deli popcorn chicken that sucked
Greek yogurt

i bought a veggie tray but am too sad to go to the fridge to get it

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Rigatoni in a simple tomato ragu

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 Post subject: Re: What's for dinner?
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that reminds me i have prego pasta sauce and store bought noodles i should prepare soon...i think i have some shredded italian cheese also

i live like a king

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deli popcorn chicken that sucked
Greek yogurt

i bought a veggie tray but am too sad to go to the fridge to get it

i've never heard of people buying a veggie tray for themselves. isn't it cheaper and better just to buy the individual vegetables?


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gonna give this a go tonight..

https://www.bonappetit.com/recipe/roast ... eriac-mash


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Chris_H_2 wrote:
lennytheweedwhacker wrote:
deli popcorn chicken that sucked
Greek yogurt

i bought a veggie tray but am too sad to go to the fridge to get it

i've never heard of people buying a veggie tray for themselves. isn't it cheaper and better just to buy the individual vegetables?

typically but it was marked way down to $2...and the veggies looked perfectly fresh so not sure why the massive markdown

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lennytheweedwhacker wrote:
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lennytheweedwhacker wrote:
deli popcorn chicken that sucked
Greek yogurt

i bought a veggie tray but am too sad to go to the fridge to get it

i've never heard of people buying a veggie tray for themselves. isn't it cheaper and better just to buy the individual vegetables?

typically but it was marked way down to $2...and the veggies looked perfectly fresh so not sure why the massive markdown

Maybe it’d been dropped all over the floor.


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 Post subject: Re: What's for dinner?
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spike wrote:
lennytheweedwhacker wrote:
Chris_H_2 wrote:
lennytheweedwhacker wrote:
deli popcorn chicken that sucked
Greek yogurt

i bought a veggie tray but am too sad to go to the fridge to get it

i've never heard of people buying a veggie tray for themselves. isn't it cheaper and better just to buy the individual vegetables?

typically but it was marked way down to $2...and the veggies looked perfectly fresh so not sure why the massive markdown

Maybe it’d been dropped all over the floor.

you’ve been dropped on the floor

there were 5 or so others marked down as well...I’m going to have it for dinner

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lennytheweedwhacker wrote:
spike wrote:
lennytheweedwhacker wrote:
Chris_H_2 wrote:
lennytheweedwhacker wrote:
deli popcorn chicken that sucked
Greek yogurt

i bought a veggie tray but am too sad to go to the fridge to get it

i've never heard of people buying a veggie tray for themselves. isn't it cheaper and better just to buy the individual vegetables?

typically but it was marked way down to $2...and the veggies looked perfectly fresh so not sure why the massive markdown

Maybe it’d been dropped all over the floor.

you’ve been dropped on the floor

there were 5 or so others marked down as well...I’m going to have it for dinner

i'd give them a good warsh first.

y'all say warsh down there, right?


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lennytheweedwhacker wrote:
spike wrote:
lennytheweedwhacker wrote:
Chris_H_2 wrote:
lennytheweedwhacker wrote:
deli popcorn chicken that sucked
Greek yogurt

i bought a veggie tray but am too sad to go to the fridge to get it

i've never heard of people buying a veggie tray for themselves. isn't it cheaper and better just to buy the individual vegetables?

typically but it was marked way down to $2...and the veggies looked perfectly fresh so not sure why the massive markdown

Maybe it’d been dropped all over the floor.

you’ve been dropped on the floor

Ok. This made me laugh so hard my underlings are all looking at me. Thank you Len.

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spike wrote:
lennytheweedwhacker wrote:
spike wrote:
lennytheweedwhacker wrote:
Chris_H_2 wrote:
lennytheweedwhacker wrote:
deli popcorn chicken that sucked
Greek yogurt

i bought a veggie tray but am too sad to go to the fridge to get it

i've never heard of people buying a veggie tray for themselves. isn't it cheaper and better just to buy the individual vegetables?

typically but it was marked way down to $2...and the veggies looked perfectly fresh so not sure why the massive markdown

Maybe it’d been dropped all over the floor.

you’ve been dropped on the floor

there were 5 or so others marked down as well...I’m going to have it for dinner

i'd give them a good warsh first.

y'all say warsh down there, right?

my 92 year old grandmother does, I’m sure

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 Post subject: Re: What's for dinner?
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our neighbors made a lasagna for us, so lasagna


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 Post subject: Re: What's for dinner?
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Last night I made sweet potatoes with a red pepper sauce. We each had a whole sweet potato as our main part of the meal. Truthfully, while it tasted great it was a little too much potato. The red pepper sauce will definitely be done up again as an alternative topping for baked potatoes.

The month of February has an event called Dine Out Vancouver where restaurants come up with some very nicely priced 3 course meals with suggested wine pairings. I do wish that wine paired meals were within my budget more often than they are.

It has inspired me to get Fiona to agree to try to host one paired wine dinner a month through out the summer. A chance to reconnect with friends in person over the course of a staged meal get together. We have a few recipes in mind and the research into finding matching wines will be fun.

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Cheeseburgers

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 Post subject: Re: What's for dinner?
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wease wrote:
Cheeseburgers

Homemade or takeout?

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Cheeseburgers

Homemade or takeout?

Made at Stately Wease Manor

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 Post subject: Re: What's for dinner?
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wease wrote:
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Cheeseburgers

Homemade or takeout?

Made at Stately Wease Manor

what kind of cheese? what kind of mayo?

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