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We're having red beans and rice, Louis Armstrong-style, and collard greens.

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Spinach curry (Pt II: the Re-mix...with extra CORRIANDER!!!).

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Pasta (we've come to like the Barilla brand stuffed shells, particularly the spinach and ricotta), salad and bread.

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Baby Back ribs with baked potato and corn.

I rub the ribs with a little olive oil, salt, pepper, and chili powder, double rap them in foil and put on the grill for about an hour (turning once), then finish them off unwrapped with some beer bar-b-que sauce.

Very tender when done. :tup

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beer

Now that's a healthy diet! Same for Ms. couw? ;)

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I'm heading downtown so I think I'll pick up some chicago style pizza!! Mmmmm.....

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I'm heading downtown so I think I'll pick up some chicago style pizza!!  Mmmmm.....

Uno's? Giordano's? Gino's? Lou Malnatti's? :excited:

More info, please..........

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beer

Now that's a healthy diet! Same for Ms. couw? ;)

vvvvitaminssss

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Man I'd love a Giordano's pizza!

Tonight at the Armstrong household: Helen's wonderful sofrito!

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Got a great Korean grocery (it's huge..has everything!) store down the road that I swing into once a week. So...tonite it's Japanese noodle (Udon) w/sliced barbecued pork rib & baby bok choy and a steamed pork bun with a beer. I mix some sesame oil w/soy and a mild spicy bean paste for a sauce.

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a box of icecream and a salat (!!!) after.....two toasts, 2 bottles of beer...and....mmh, maybe 4 egs in a few minutes.... :huh:^_^

fat ol' bastard! :blink:

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fat ol' bastard!  :blink:

Watch it Sucka!

;)

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Booger sammiches w/snot mayonaise.

Times is tough.

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Baked ziti with Italian sausages and beef chunks in sauce. As an Italian kid growing up in NYC, I usually ate "macaroni" as we called it) every Sunday. That would involve a variety of pasta and several additional courses. I don't stick to the Sunday pasta routine as much anymore, but I'm looking forward to tonight's meal-- I can smell the sauce cooking :)

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I don't stick to the Sunday pasta routine as much anymore

Shame on you! <_<

:g

Same here, but I manage to squeeze it in three of four times during the week.

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Thanks Free for All! I haven't had one in a long time. Went out on my first date with my wife to Giordano's near UC.

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Penne:

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Penne rigate

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Penne, Mostaccioli

"Penne, Mostaccioli ("Quills" and "Small Mustaches," respectively) - This tubular pasta goes well with sauce, used in salads, baked in casseroles, or made into stir fry dishes."

Mostaccioli:

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Ziti:

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"Ziti ("Bridegrooms") - A medium-sized, tubular pasta shape, Ziti is perfect for chunky sauces and meat dishes. It also makes wonderful salads, baked

dishes and stir-fry meals."

Mangia! :g

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Either spumongi or muscatutti, I'm told.

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Penne:

pasta_shapes_Penne.jpg

Penne rigate

p_pennerigate.jpg

Penne, Mostaccioli

"Penne, Mostaccioli ("Quills" and "Small Mustaches," respectively) - This tubular pasta goes well with sauce, used in salads, baked in casseroles, or made into stir fry dishes."

Mostaccioli:

precooked-mostaccioli.jpg

Ziti:

pasta_shapes_Ziti.jpg

p_ziti.jpg

"Ziti ("Bridegrooms") - A medium-sized, tubular pasta shape, Ziti is perfect for chunky sauces and meat dishes. It also makes wonderful salads, baked

dishes and stir-fry meals."

Mangia! :g

Stop getting me hungry. It's two days before pasta night.

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Spumongi is fried muscatutti. Muscatutti is unfried spumongi.

Been feeding them to my kids for years, or so I've told them...

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Tonight my wife, Zora, Joe and I went out to one of Lansing's finest Italian family-owned restaurants, Emil's. It's been there a long time.

I had canneloni with a nice side salad and a bunch of bread while I fed Zora her yogurt, some crackers, bread, and carrots. She liked her apple juice tonight, too!

I think my wife had some nice fish and rice with an alfredo dish on the side. Joe had... vegetarian lasagna I think? Good times!

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That sounds good. Mmmm some Italian..I'm gettin' hungry (I had cereal for dinner damnit, now I'm starvin') <_<

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