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Brats
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The apple sauce and pudding were the best part... Bronte private msg quote post Address this user
Chilis margarita chicken. Which looks like and tastes like boiled chicken

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This is from yesterday. Country bumpkin dinner never looks sexy.

London broil, spuds, peas, and a “cheddar bay biscuit” copyright.


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@DrWatson, Florentine is like a la mode?

Um, I don't think so. A la mode is more akin to au gratin. I think florentine means more like the spinach is prevalently mixed in to the final outcome.
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Just had a Chili's classic sirloin with grilled avocado. Swapped out the asparagus for broccoli. It was pretty nice, though I did opt to salt the steak a bit because it needed a tad more savoury flavour.
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Always wondered who orders steak at chili's
=)
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Just had a Chili's classic sirloin with grilled avocado. Swapped out the asparagus for broccoli. It was pretty nice, though I did opt to salt the steak a bit because it needed a tad more savoury flavour.

A-1
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Just had a Chili's classic sirloin with grilled avocado. Swapped out the asparagus for broccoli.It was pretty nice, though I did opt to salt the steak a bit because it needed a tad more savoury flavour.


Asparagus or broccoli,.. you can't go wrong with either.
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Just had a Chili's classic sirloin with grilled avocado. Swapped out the asparagus for broccoli.It was pretty nice, though I did opt to salt the steak a bit because it needed a tad more savoury flavour.


Asparagus or broccoli,.. you can't go wrong with either.

The only draw back to asparagus is asparagus pee.
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Yknow who has an awesome steak? J Alexander's steak maui. I just found a recipe for the glaze and my brother said he will help me make it. That glaze is like the best damn stuff for steak ever.....
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Just had a Chili's classic sirloin with grilled avocado. Swapped out the asparagus for broccoli.It was pretty nice, though I did opt to salt the steak a bit because it needed a tad more savoury flavour.


Asparagus or broccoli,.. you can't go wrong with either.

The only draw back to asparagus is asparagus pee.

LOL,.. yeah, there can an odor in your pee. But that's because asparagus is a very powerful antioxidant. If you smell an odor, it means your body is being cleansed.
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Just had a Chili's classic sirloin with grilled avocado. Swapped out the asparagus for broccoli.It was pretty nice, though I did opt to salt the steak a bit because it needed a tad more savoury flavour.


Asparagus or broccoli,.. you can't go wrong with either.

The only draw back to asparagus is asparagus pee.

LOL,.. yeah, there can an odor. But that's because asparagus is an antioxidant. If you smell an odor, it means your body is being cleansed.

Actually, there's a genetic component to the ability to smell 'asparagus pee.' I have that component, which is why the asparagus pee smells like silage that has been lit on fire. Seriously, room-clearingly bad, but most people just smell the 'cleansing' bit, which isn't that nasty. My sister and I are the 'lucky' ones. We're also the ones who avoid asparagus.
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The only draw back to asparagus is asparagus pee.

You are not wrong... I actually avoid asparagus because of it. Smells so bad it used to scare me as a child and I refused to eat the stuff.
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Always wondered who orders steak at chili's
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The devil made me do it.
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Yknow who has an awesome steak? J Alexander's steak maui. I just found a recipe for the glaze and my brother said he will help me make it. That glaze is like the best damn stuff for steak ever.....

That sounds so good. I see, in my future, another yummy steak.
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@pre_coder salmon bones (canned) are healthy… easy to digest and a good source of calcium. The skin is very healthy too and the toxins risk, while real, requires very high levels of consumption…

For my kids I admit to preferring sardines and mackerel. As you know, the smaller the fish, generally speaking, the smaller the risk (mercury and toxin accumulation through filtering up the food chain).

Now, whether someone is okay with crunch crunch in their salmon linguine… that is another story lol
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Wife baked fresh baguettes today (I think the fourth batch of three in the past three weeks), a fresh french loaf (not pictured), cookies last week (I made an attempt to decorate… need to work on piping skills) and some brownies this evening. She didn’t tell me about the brownies but hard not to smell the delicious aroma wafting about…






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I admit to preferring sardines and mackerel.

And as you're probably aware, bodybuilders flock to sardines and mackerel.

I love them both as well.
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Opened this for a small night time snack. It's pretty damn tasty.
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Aaaa! Just saw this thread. Will close the other one.

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The last thread was full, so I figured that I would open a new one. The wife and I decided to have Valentines dinner a week later to avoid the crowds and the overpriced menus.

I had the PEI (Falanghina) mussels and other seafood, lobster ravioli, and a couple Cannolis. She had the Caprese salad, Gnocchi Gorgonzola, and Chocolate Mousse. We shared the bread and Aranchini. Tasty while not being too filling.



Bread with pesto



PEI Mussels, Clams, and Calamari



Aranchini

Sorry, no pictures of the entree. Too hungry!



Chocolate Mousse
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The last thread was full, so I figured that I would open a new one. The wife and I decided to have Valentines dinner a week later to avoid the crowds and the overpriced menus.


I love it! Back when I partially pretended to be romantic we would do Valentine's day on Feb 13th to avoid the crowds.
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The last thread was full, so I figured that I would open a new one. The wife and I decided to have Valentines dinner a week later to avoid the crowds and the overpriced menus.


I love it! Back when I partially pretended to be romantic we would do Valentine's day on Feb 13th to avoid the crowds.


Thanks! I came to the conclusion around year 7 that if I didn’t find something new or redeeming in the relationship that it would get old really quick. Fast forward 23 years that we have been together and I still find her amazing! I feel blessed!!
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I'll probably wake up constipated. Pre_Coder private msg quote post Address this user
No meat (beef, chicken, fish, pork) tonight. Simply going to be steamed white rice, asparagus, homemade lentil peas.

I've recently become addicted to lentils.
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cooking tonight

chicken barley soup
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No meat (beef, chicken, fish, pork) tonight. Simply going to be steamed white rice, asparagus, homemade lentil peas.

I've recently become addicted to lentils.


whats nice with lentils is

hot dogs

cut them up small and add them to the lentils with onions diced
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No meat (beef, chicken, fish, pork) tonight. Simply going to be steamed white rice, asparagus, homemade lentil peas.

I've recently become addicted to lentils.


whats nice with lentils is

hot dogs

cut them up small and add them to the lentils with onions diced

@beastboy1980 how did you come by this recipe,.. or was it just an experiment?

Health enthusiasts and body builders also flock to lentils. Very nutritious and packed with protein.
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No meat (beef, chicken, fish, pork) tonight. Simply going to be steamed white rice, asparagus, homemade lentil peas.

I've recently become addicted to lentils.

You'll outlive us all.
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I'll probably wake up constipated. Pre_Coder private msg quote post Address this user
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No meat (beef, chicken, fish, pork) tonight. Simply going to be steamed white rice, asparagus, homemade lentil peas.

I've recently become addicted to lentils.

You'll outlive us all.

LOL... Well, I do hope to stick around a while longer. But I can tell you right now,... old (I mean upper middle age) sucks.

I have so many injuries from exercise and combat martial arts,.. it can be depressing at times, especially during the cold months.

You just mentally deal with it and keep moving forward.
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No meat (beef, chicken, fish, pork) tonight. Simply going to be steamed white rice, asparagus, homemade lentil peas.

I've recently become addicted to lentils.

You'll outlive us all.

LOL... Well, I do hope to stick around a while longer. But I can tell you right now,... old (I mean upper middle age) sucks.

I have so many injuries from exercise and combat martial arts,.. it can be depressing at times, especially during the cold months.

You just mentally deal with it and keep moving forward.


i am 52 how old is upper middle age
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No meat (beef, chicken, fish, pork) tonight. Simply going to be steamed white rice, asparagus, homemade lentil peas.

I've recently become addicted to lentils.

You'll outlive us all.

LOL... Well, I do hope to stick around a while longer. But I can tell you right now,... old (I mean upper middle age) sucks.

I have so many injuries from exercise and combat martial arts,.. it can be depressing at times, especially during the cold months.

You just mentally deal with it and keep moving forward.


i am 52 how old is upper middle age

I'm shocked.
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