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Old 08-13-2009, 05:28 PM
 
Location: NH. NY. SC. next move, my ground condo
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Oh my am I laughing. You guys are a kick! So funny. Skbs you tell stories like a pro--so much fun to hear!
Welcome to our newbies! This is such a fun thread to come and learn, share and yes we laugh lots! I suppose we have to be a little crazy to spend so much time thinking about food!
Please keep coming back and joining us!

well if you weren't thinking about food you would be bored.

 
Old 08-13-2009, 05:29 PM
 
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Here I am, reading this afternoon's posts about the deep fryer ideas aloud to the spouse and we are both falling on the floor laughing: HoHo's, shredded wheat and onion rings, oh, my... Thank you, skbs, Nomad and Jill, for starting our Thursday evening with such a good rush of endorphens!

And it is indeed a joyful evening. I left the office at 5:20 this afternoon - 5:20!! - and am sitting here with my feet up, enjoying the sensation of being DONE with the fiscal year end insanity. All that's left for tomorrow is to sort through the mounds and stacks and heaps of files and papers that are covering every horizontal surface in my office and put them all away. I don't usually enjoy filing, but there's a lot of satisfaction at this point in putting all that hard work and those long hours to bed at last.

Spouse decided that it'll be a nearly meatless supper tonight, and he's working on something that involves zucchini, pat-a-pan squash, onions, mushrooms and a few other goodies from the last CSA box. I saw four slices of thick-cut peppered bacon out, so it won't be entirely vegetarian, but I know it'll be good. And even better with a glass or two of a good white wine to celebrate the end of the annual insanity.
 
Old 08-13-2009, 05:39 PM
 
Location: (WNY)
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Here I am, reading this afternoon's posts about the deep fryer ideas aloud to the spouse and we are both falling on the floor laughing: HoHo's, shredded wheat and onion rings, oh, my... Thank you, skbs, Nomad and Jill, for starting our Thursday evening with such a good rush of endorphens!

And it is indeed a joyful evening. I left the office at 5:20 this afternoon - 5:20!! - and am sitting here with my feet up, enjoying the sensation of being DONE with the fiscal year end insanity. All that's left for tomorrow is to sort through the mounds and stacks and heaps of files and papers that are covering every horizontal surface in my office and put them all away. I don't usually enjoy filing, but there's a lot of satisfaction at this point in putting all that hard work and those long hours to bed at last.

Spouse decided that it'll be a nearly meatless supper tonight, and he's working on something that involves zucchini, pat-a-pan squash, onions, mushrooms and a few other goodies from the last CSA box. I saw four slices of thick-cut peppered bacon out, so it won't be entirely vegetarian, but I know it'll be good. And even better with a glass or two of a good white wine to celebrate the end of the annual insanity.
Wooo Hooo So proud to be a part of Tonights Comic Relief! I think I will celebrate my insanity with a glass of the last of the white wine MOM Juice I have been nursing the past few days... now that my kids are tucked safely under their covers..... EVERYONE KNOCK ON WOOD RIGHT NOW THEY STAY THERE!!!!! No interruptions of the MOM JUICE... Please Thank you.....
 
Old 08-13-2009, 05:51 PM
 
Location: By the sea, by the sea, by the beautiful sea
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Went with a no-cook dinner tonight, salami, pepperoni, Brie, good crusty sour-dough, tapenade, and a number yet to be determined of glasses of zinfandel
 
Old 08-13-2009, 05:58 PM
 
Location: Indianapolis, IN
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That sounds like a delicious no-cook dinner! I wish my boyfriend were into dinners like that. I'd be happy with a dinner of something like apples and peanut butter with sliced dill havarti and bread. Alas, only when I'm home alone!
 
Old 08-13-2009, 05:58 PM
 
Location: Land of 10000 Lakes +
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burgers for me tonight
WOW! You ate all those????
 
Old 08-13-2009, 05:59 PM
 
Location: Middle Tennessee
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The ice cream I expected did materialize. In addition to the chocolate topping I found some Smucker's strawberry topping to throw on top too. I really need to take the dog for a walk now but it is raining just hard enough to keep in and dry....
 
Old 08-13-2009, 05:59 PM
 
Location: Land of 10000 Lakes +
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Went with a no-cook dinner tonight, salami, pepperoni, Brie, good crusty sour-dough, tapenade, and a number yet to be determined of glasses of zinfandel
My kind of dinner!
 
Old 08-13-2009, 06:01 PM
 
Location: (WNY)
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Went with a no-cook dinner tonight, salami, pepperoni, Brie, good crusty sour-dough, tapenade, and a number yet to be determined of glasses of zinfandel
Hubby and I call that date night! LOVE dinner like that.... we ship the kids off to bed and picnic at the coffee table.... due for one night soon... thanks for the reminder
 
Old 08-13-2009, 06:01 PM
 
Location: Land of 10000 Lakes +
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Here I am, reading this afternoon's posts about the deep fryer ideas aloud to the spouse and we are both falling on the floor laughing: HoHo's, shredded wheat and onion rings, oh, my... Thank you, skbs, Nomad and Jill, for starting our Thursday evening with such a good rush of endorphens!

And it is indeed a joyful evening. I left the office at 5:20 this afternoon - 5:20!! - and am sitting here with my feet up, enjoying the sensation of being DONE with the fiscal year end insanity. All that's left for tomorrow is to sort through the mounds and stacks and heaps of files and papers that are covering every horizontal surface in my office and put them all away. I don't usually enjoy filing, but there's a lot of satisfaction at this point in putting all that hard work and those long hours to bed at last.

Spouse decided that it'll be a nearly meatless supper tonight, and he's working on something that involves zucchini, pat-a-pan squash, onions, mushrooms and a few other goodies from the last CSA box. I saw four slices of thick-cut peppered bacon out, so it won't be entirely vegetarian, but I know it'll be good. And even better with a glass or two of a good white wine to celebrate the end of the annual insanity.
Tell us how it was. That bacon will make it soooo tasty!
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