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Old Today, 05:30 PM
Location: N of citrus, S of decent corn
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Originally Posted by nmnita View Post
watching football and will keep dinner simple: I am doing a frozen pizza from Aldi's but will add some additional cheese and veggies. That will be it: quiet NY eve for us. we might make it til 10pm but that is midnight somewhere.

Happy New Years to all of you and have a happy and healthy 2019.
You too, nmnita! We wont last either.

Old Today, 06:00 PM
Location: San Francisco Bay Area
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Happy New Year, A Typical Girl.

Originally Posted by A.Typical.Girl View Post
I understand & usually feel the same, Debsi... but, the markets here have been deplorable for produce, which is the bulk of what I eat & Costco had the only decent looking fruit. Unfortunately, I can't get any juice from them... that was my initial plan when I brought them home, due to being ill with some kind of flu/cold for a bloody month. But, they're not juicy & taste sour... still, I hate to toss them... I'll eat as many as I can & be happy if the last few can be discarded... a couple molded right away, so the rest can't be far behind.

We've got a million geese on the property of the apt complex... if I knew they'd eat oranges, I'd happily chop them up & give them a free New Year's lunch.

Happy New Year to you, too, CCM. And, thanks for the reminder... I've just put S&B on my list... I never remember to get it & haven't had it for 25-yrs. Used to love when mum made S&B chicken. Can't wait.
Old Today, 07:30 PM
Location: Salinas, CA
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Grilled chicken sandwich, sun chips and watermelon slices. Drank Lagunitas IPA.

Happy New Year everyone!
Old Today, 10:37 PM
Location: Bloomington IN
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New Year's Eve is always appetizer and drinks night. Tonight was frozen flatbread Margarita pizza with some leftover olives and cheese added, some olive tapenade, a few cheese stuffed peppers, some red pepper thing, and I made some stuffed mushrooms. I drank Prosecco and some coffee with Bailey's. Husband drank his Redbreast Irish whiskey on the rocks. Still about 25 minutes until midnight. I saved some Prosecco for a toast since we didn't make it to the store for some champagne.

I think tomorrow morning's breakfast is going to include Bloody Mary's

Hope your New Year is filled with good food, good drinks, good times with good family and good friends and much happiness!
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