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BBQ'd salmon.

Hopefully you're talking a method of cooking and not barbeque sauce?

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Cuban sandwiches:

Homemade mayo.

Homemade turkey breast, brined for a few days and then pan roasted, a la Michael Roberts' Parisian Home Cooking.

Homemade pork loin, brined for a few days; set an herb mix for a day or two; then roasted.

Arugula.

Guacamole.

"Grilled" on a cast iron skillet with a pan smashing them down.

Husband and guests quite satisfyingly in ecstasy. Must say though, it's a strange affair to cook all that meat n' stuffs without tasting any of it. I'm still vegan.

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Pizza from the freezer. Neither of us wants to cook tonight.

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Ham and cheese omelet. Didn't want to cook either, and this was the closest I could come and still have something warm.

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Simplicity here as well: steamed broccoli and hummus in a wrap. Quite tasty, actually.

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Simplicity here as well: steamed broccoli and hummus in a wrap. Quite tasty, actually.

Next weekend for you: Philly Cheesesteak. Or maybe not. :rolleyes:

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I'll have one! (for nostalgia's sake of course....)

and some of these???

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Chubby Rachel?

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uh.... no.

I haven't been to Philly in 6 or 7 years. There's no way I'm not going to have a cheesesteak and a Tastykake. Moderation in all things with room to splurge once in a while.

;)

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...There's no way I'm not going to have a cheesesteak and a Tastykake. Moderation in all things with room to splurge once in a while.

;)

Cheesesteak and the Tastykake must be like our barbeque and the Moonpie. Never had Tastykake, but cheesesteak is pretty darned good.

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Breakfast (about twice a week)

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Lunch (a few days ago, but typical for about 3 days a wee)

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Dinner (Typical for Thaw Thursday, but not common)

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Spaghetti and my special meatball recipe

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Reheated pot roast, carrots, potatos and gravy. Ann made this yesterday and it was GREAT! She's at class tonight and I get to revisit the experience. :excited:

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I think I'll have me some waffles! :excited:

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Something of my own devising: a third-of-a-pack of Trader Joe's frozen chicken strips (defrosted, of course), covered with Trader Joe's Rustico pasta sauce, then all this heated up, with some Trader Joe's peas on the side. (There seems to be a theme here.) The chicken strips-pasta sauce combo gives you the satisfying feeling of a heaping bowl of pasta but with a good deal less calories and carbs. And some Italian red wine to wash it down -- Umbria Sangiovese 2006.

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Next time I'm in town, dinner is on me. :ph34r:

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Next time I'm in town, dinner is on me. :ph34r:

You're on.

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Next time I'm in town, dinner is on me. :ph34r:

You're on.

Within a month or forget about me.

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Been eating healthy to the max all week, so tonite it's:

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Rice

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BBQ Beans

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Home made potato soup with spicy sausage, grilled cheese w/spicy gouda and whole grain bread, milk and an apple.

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