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Old Nov 16, 02, 3:26 pm
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Potato/onion pakuras, yogurt and bread. Bit of red wine. Have gained 10 pounds since June, so I need to watch it!
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Old Nov 16, 02, 3:43 pm
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Tonight (unless a better offer emerges), you may find your humble narrator dining seulement, and finding before him a veritable feast of the chef's culinary skills.

A delicious Italian meal! Fresh (before it was slaughtered and then frozen) broiled chicken tenderloins served with vibrant garden vegetables. Accompanied by authentic fettuccini noodles in a creamy rich Alfredo sauce, enhanced with Parmesan cheese.

What was that I heard? How can one dine as does royalty like this, you ask?

My dear own lady Holly is an expert in meal selection, and advises me often on how best to enjoy the finest foodstuffs ever to emerge from a micorwave oven!

Flush with envy no longer, dear reader. A simple click on her name above, and I share her, and her knowledge and wisdom with all my FlyerTalk friends.

And no need to thank me. You are very welcome.



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Old Nov 16, 02, 3:46 pm
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Great photo of Holly!
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Old Nov 16, 02, 4:08 pm
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I love to cook, but Mrs. b works nights, and I hate to cook for only me. It looks like a Michael Angelo's lasagna again tonight.
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Old Nov 16, 02, 4:58 pm
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PremEx,

I cannot thank you enough for connecting me with Holly. Though I am a little, um, confused. There is a recipe for Cheddar and Sausage Fritata. Being a big fan of Italian food, I was eager to try it.

The first ingredient is:

1 package STOUFFER'S® Macaroni and Cheese 12oz, defrosted

Holly says it's a great brunch dish, but I'm not so sure...

-alani in seattle
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Old Nov 16, 02, 7:07 pm
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I told you not to thank me!

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Old Nov 17, 02, 8:39 pm
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I had a grilled Cheese sandwich made with Kraft Fat Free White American cheese.
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Old Nov 19, 02, 9:50 pm
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Ground beef, guacamole, and jalapeño nachos from La Tapatia in Concord.

Oreos (holiday version) for dessert.

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Old Nov 19, 02, 10:08 pm
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I just asked this fellow for a hand with dinner and he obliged.
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Old Nov 20, 02, 5:29 am
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Last Night I had a potato with Ketchup.
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Old Dec 23, 02, 8:21 pm
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Tonight's was a wonderful Pasta Jumbalaya at the Pasta Primavera Cafe where my family took me for my birthday dinner
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My very warm "happy birthay" wishes to you, cblaisd!
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Old Jan 19, 03, 1:24 am
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Tonight:

Garlic sesame boneless baby-backed ribs (my own creation ) grilled over mesquite charcoal and thyme, baked potatoes (cooked over rock salt), romaine salad, sourdough bread.

Last night:

A very good sausage and fennel pizza from the new gem-of-a-restaurant in Clayton, La Veranda, preceded by bacon-wrapped shrimp appetizers, and followed by coffee and chocolate. (If you're in the SF East Bay this is a superb find; excellent food well prepared and costs about half what you'd find in the City).

Tomorrow night's supper will be much more pedestrian.....
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Old Jan 19, 03, 2:06 am
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<font face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif" size="2">Originally posted by cblaisd:
Tonight:
Garlic sesame boneless baby-backed ribs (my own creation ) grilled over mesquite charcoal and thyme,
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That sounds amazingly tasty, and I don't even like meat. (Hmm, James 1:14, anyone? )
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Old Jan 19, 03, 4:53 am
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cblaisd: belated birthday wishes (I was traveling) from a fellow Capricorn.

Those ribs do sound delicious - but boneless?? I thought the bone is what makes ribs so tasty ... ?
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