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Thread: What Did Ya'll Have For Dinner Tonight?

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    Left over home made chicken soup and cheese cake. Just sounded good.
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    Homemade tomato soup from the garden and grilled ham & cheese
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    Sounds great Willy!
    I like dill pickles in my grilled cheese. Ever try it?
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    I like putting ketchup on my dill pickles.

    We had a birthday dinner at my folk's place tonight.

    Wife wanted home made beef pot pie, so my mother cooked a roast and whipped out a pie crust. You cant buy something that good.

    She also made home made cream puffs.

    Perty tasty!
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    I thought it was kind of strange that my wife would want a beef pot pie for her birthday. But it was really good.
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    The bureaucracy is expanding to meet the needs of the expanding bureaucracy.

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    My lady made a damned good beef roast last night .Coming up is the traditional pork and sauerkraut for new years day .

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    We have been eating pork noodles for new years for 30 years.
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    Deer steaks for new years day dinner it is. Wish it were elk steaks but it is what it is.

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    Glad you were not in that chimney!

    Deer steaks are pretty swell.

    I am getting ready for pork noodles. Just have to locate the soy, crushed garlic and sriracha!

    Then add the onions and eggs. Might try corn in it too this year, like the Japanese do.
    Is this not a reasonable place to park?

    The bureaucracy is expanding to meet the needs of the expanding bureaucracy.

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