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Nice! You're getting your fill of corn beef lately!thumbs

As soon as I get off my butt, I'm going to make another cream sauce with chicken tonight and angel hair pasta.
 Quoting: Paranoiaaaaa


That corned beef looks sooooo good, Louis! You cooked it perfectly!

hf
 Quoting: Simple27


Thank you both, I deserved it after the unholy desecration that happened to the one I allowed to be cooked at the river!

Pool's power came on via the GLP effect...she's fine. ANyhow...aside from feeling like I missed my calling as a Pastor...this is what was decided upon!

Karageorgeva Schnitzel
Breaded and fried pork loin schnitzel stuffed with kaymak cheese. Served with fries, tartar sauce, and coleslaw salad.

my hostess and I will split that with...

Stuffed Sour Cabbage Rolls-Sarma
Cabbage stuffed with rice and ground mixed meat. Served with mashed potatoes.

Seems like a fine combo!...Not sure why they serve tartar sauce with schnitzel though? Is that a thing?
 Quoting: Lance Roseman From BC


Sounds like a wonderful meal shared.

Tarter sauce? WTF?
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I made pasta fagiole tonight.
It was yummy.
No bromo dude...
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I made pasta fagiole tonight.
It was yummy.
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I made pasta fagiole tonight.
It was yummy.
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I made pasta fagiole tonight.
It was yummy.
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hf
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Had to look that up! Yes, it does look good really...
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My recipe is simple.
I think......


My old Italian uncle used to make it with left over pasta sauce. I loved it.
When I got older, I asked for the recipe. There's is a soup version, and a pasta dish version.
I do pasta.

You can use any tomato sauce you make normally for pasta.

You can use jarred sauces like ragu or raos.

I make my own sauce with tomato sauce and peeled plum tomatoes.

For this dish, I used to braise pork neck bones first. With garlic and a little chopped onion.
Then I'd use the drippings, juices and deglaze the bottom of the pot.
I dont eat pork anymore, but that does give it another yummy dimension.

So basically, any good Italian tomato sauce. Seasoned as you prefer. You can add pork or beef drippings from braising.

For herbs, I do basil, oregano, a bit of parsley. Salt pepper to taste, a pinch of hot pepper flakes.
That's my sauce.

To make the pasta fagiole.

I dont measure but 24 ounces there abouts.
Then one large can of cannelli beans. If you want to go heavier on the beans, you can,and do a can and a half, but if you cohabitate.... Maybe not. I like a lot of beans.
chuckle

Strain and rinse the beans off. If a little bit of the juice from the can is still on them, it's OK. It thickens the sauce a bit.
Dump it all in the sauce.
Stir it up.

Let it come up to a boil, then lower to a low simmer.
At this point, add a level teaspoon of anise seeds.
This is a regional thing my uncle did.
Its not in the average recipe. It adds an amazing flavor profile to the whole thing.
I'm not a fan of this flavor on its own usually, but I love it in this.

Cover the sauce, and let it simmer a good 30 minutes.
Stir frequently so nothing on the bottom sticks or burns.

At about the 15 minute mark, bring a pot of water to a boil for your pasta.

Use a smaller pasta, like medium sized shells or anelli. Even medium sized elbows or bows would work.

Anelli or medium sized ditalini are the pasta of choice for this dish, but I use any medium sized pasta I have on hand that will hold some of the sauce on it because of nooks and crannies.


So boil your pasta to taste. I like it al dente.

The sauce you have should be good for at least 3 servings, so make as much pasta as you would for as many servings as youre going to prepare at any one time .

You can jar up any left over sauce, but don't make the pasta for all of it.

Make the pasta servings as you go.
If you add all the pasta to the sauce from the start, and then store it that way , the pasta absorbs all the liquid. This makes the pasta soggy, and the sauce loses its consistency.

So only make enough pasta per serving, at the time of consumption.

OK, now, pasta is cooked.
Strain. Save some of the water though.

Test the sauce. Check the beans have softened nicely and aren't hard.
If the sauce is very thick, thin it a little using the pasta boiling water.

I like mine a little liquidy, but not too thin.
If it's too thick, it doesn't coat the pasta well.

So now put a serving of pasta in a bowl, then ladel on enough sauce to coat nicely.
Mix it well. Salt pepper to taste if it needs it.

This dish TRADITIONALLY, does not get cheese on top, but many people do add it.
I do not.

Manga!

Last Edited by BuckyBalls on 02/21/2021 02:59 AM
No bromo dude...
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My recipe is simple.
I think......


My old Italian uncle used to make it with left over pasta sauce. I loved it.
When I got older, I asked for the recipe. There's is a soup version, and a pasta dish version.
I do pasta.

You can use any tomato sauce you make normally for pasta.

You can use jarred sauces like ragu or raos.

I make my own sauce with tomato sauce and peeled plum tomatoes.

For this dish, I used to braise pork neck bones first. With garlic and a little chopped onion.
Then I'd use the drippings, juices and deglaze the bottom of the pot.
I dont eat pork anymore, but that does give it another yummy dimension.

So basically, any good Italian tomato sauce. Seasoned as you prefer. You can add pork or beef drippings from braising.

For herbs, I do basil, oregano, a bit of parsley. Salt pepper to taste, a pinch of hot pepper flakes.
That's my sauce.

To make the pasta fagiole.

I dont measure but 24 ounces there abouts.
Then one large can of cannelli beans. If you want to go heavier on the beans, you can,and do a can and a half, but if you cohabitate.... Maybe not. I like a lot of beans.
chuckle

Strain and rinse the beans off. If a little bit of the juice from the can is still on them, it's OK. It thickens the sauce a bit.
Dump it all in the sauce.
Stir it up.

Let it come up to a boil, then lower to a low simmer.
At this point, add a level teaspoon of anise seeds.
This is a regional thing my uncle did.
Its not in the average recipe. It adds an amazing flavor profile to the whole thing.
I'm not a fan of this flavor on its own usually, but I love it in this.

Cover the sauce, and let it simmer a good 30 minutes.
Stir frequently so nothing on the bottom sticks or burns.

At about the 15 minute mark, bring a pot of water to a boil for your pasta.

Use a smaller pasta, like medium sized shells or anelli. Even medium sized elbows or bows would work.

Anelli or medium sized ditalini are the pasta of choice for this dish, but I use any medium sized pasta I have on hand that will hold some of the sauce on it because of nooks and crannies.


So boil your pasta to taste. I like it al dente.

The sauce you have should be good for at least 3 servings, so make as much pasta as you would for as many servings as youre going to prepare at any one time .

You can jar up any left over sauce, but don't make the pasta for all of it.

Make the pasta servings as you go.
If you add all the pasta to the sauce from the start, and then store it that way , the pasta absorbs all the liquid. This makes the pasta soggy, and the sauce loses its consistency.

So only make enough pasta per serving, at the time of consumption.

OK, now, pasta is cooked.
Strain. Save some of the water though.

Test the sauce. Check the beans have softened nicely and aren't hard.
If the sauce is very thick, thin it a little using the pasta boiling water.

I like mine a little liquidy, but not too thin.
If it's too thick, it doesn't coat the pasta well.

So now put a serving of pasta in a bowl, then ladel on enough sauce to coat nicely.
Mix it well. Salt pepper to taste if it needs it.

This dish TRADITIONALLY, does not get cheese on top, but many people do add it.
I do not.

Manga!
 Quoting: BuckyBalls


Incredible recipe. Thank you!
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Mr found a fancy recipe so I made it tonight. I even took step by step pics. The sauce is to die for! The recipe only called for 1/4 cup parmesan. Cheese amateurs! I probably put almost a cup with a pint carton of whipping cream. I also added a bit of cornstarch to the spices for breading.

I made rice , but I think I'd like to make this again with chicken & put it over pasta.

Garlic Mushroom Pork Chops

[link to www.yummly.com (secure)]

https://imgur.com/9ROvn0e


https://imgur.com/tRwxoyx


https://imgur.com/x6AI1n7


https://imgur.com/vw2wIO1

 Quoting: Paranoiaaaaa


I don't eat pork, but I love what you did with the mushrooms!

Looks good!

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hi Os, just launched breakfast here!

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Last Edited by Louis in Richmond on 02/21/2021 04:48 AM
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hi Os, just launched breakfast here!

https://imgur.com/y2QTics

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Good morning! Too you and everyone!

2am here lol.

Sustenance is good in any form when you crave it and it is served in proper nutritional balance.

I think listening to what our bodies tell us is important in maintaining our health.

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My recipe is simple.
I think......


My old Italian uncle used to make it with left over pasta sauce. I loved it.
When I got older, I asked for the recipe. There's is a soup version, and a pasta dish version.
I do pasta.

You can use any tomato sauce you make normally for pasta.

You can use jarred sauces like ragu or raos.

I make my own sauce with tomato sauce and peeled plum tomatoes.

For this dish, I used to braise pork neck bones first. With garlic and a little chopped onion.
Then I'd use the drippings, juices and deglaze the bottom of the pot.
I dont eat pork anymore, but that does give it another yummy dimension.

So basically, any good Italian tomato sauce. Seasoned as you prefer. You can add pork or beef drippings from braising.

For herbs, I do basil, oregano, a bit of parsley. Salt pepper to taste, a pinch of hot pepper flakes.
That's my sauce.

To make the pasta fagiole.

I dont measure but 24 ounces there abouts.
Then one large can of cannelli beans. If you want to go heavier on the beans, you can,and do a can and a half, but if you cohabitate.... Maybe not. I like a lot of beans.
chuckle

Strain and rinse the beans off. If a little bit of the juice from the can is still on them, it's OK. It thickens the sauce a bit.
Dump it all in the sauce.
Stir it up.

Let it come up to a boil, then lower to a low simmer.
At this point, add a level teaspoon of anise seeds.
This is a regional thing my uncle did.
Its not in the average recipe. It adds an amazing flavor profile to the whole thing.
I'm not a fan of this flavor on its own usually, but I love it in this.

Cover the sauce, and let it simmer a good 30 minutes.
Stir frequently so nothing on the bottom sticks or burns.

At about the 15 minute mark, bring a pot of water to a boil for your pasta.

Use a smaller pasta, like medium sized shells or anelli. Even medium sized elbows or bows would work.

Anelli or medium sized ditalini are the pasta of choice for this dish, but I use any medium sized pasta I have on hand that will hold some of the sauce on it because of nooks and crannies.


So boil your pasta to taste. I like it al dente.

The sauce you have should be good for at least 3 servings, so make as much pasta as you would for as many servings as youre going to prepare at any one time .

You can jar up any left over sauce, but don't make the pasta for all of it.

Make the pasta servings as you go.
If you add all the pasta to the sauce from the start, and then store it that way , the pasta absorbs all the liquid. This makes the pasta soggy, and the sauce loses its consistency.

So only make enough pasta per serving, at the time of consumption.

OK, now, pasta is cooked.
Strain. Save some of the water though.

Test the sauce. Check the beans have softened nicely and aren't hard.
If the sauce is very thick, thin it a little using the pasta boiling water.

I like mine a little liquidy, but not too thin.
If it's too thick, it doesn't coat the pasta well.

So now put a serving of pasta in a bowl, then ladel on enough sauce to coat nicely.
Mix it well. Salt pepper to taste if it needs it.

This dish TRADITIONALLY, does not get cheese on top, but many people do add it.
I do not.

Manga!
 Quoting: BuckyBalls


I've only had the soup from of all places, a convenience store in our tiny town that is owned by an Italian family. It has the best take out!
I can't wait to try this..thank you!
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Good morning to all!
We have 4 more inches of fresh sparkly snow here. And sadly I have to spend much of today in a conference for work. But since it is virtual, I can wear pajamas and work on some knitting during it.
Breakfast here is a nice local roast and it smells heavenly brewing.
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Good morning to all!
We have 4 more inches of fresh sparkly snow here. And sadly I have to spend much of today in a conference for work. But since it is virtual, I can wear pajamas and work on some knitting during it.
Breakfast here is a nice local roast and it smells heavenly brewing.
coffee4
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Work is far less painful when you can do it in your pj’s. Do you ever have weekends off?

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Pancakes here this morning :)

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My recipe is simple.
I think......


My old Italian uncle used to make it with left over pasta sauce. I loved it.
When I got older, I asked for the recipe. There's is a soup version, and a pasta dish version.
I do pasta.

You can use any tomato sauce you make normally for pasta.

You can use jarred sauces like ragu or raos.

I make my own sauce with tomato sauce and peeled plum tomatoes.

For this dish, I used to braise pork neck bones first. With garlic and a little chopped onion.
Then I'd use the drippings, juices and deglaze the bottom of the pot.
I dont eat pork anymore, but that does give it another yummy dimension.

So basically, any good Italian tomato sauce. Seasoned as you prefer. You can add pork or beef drippings from braising.

For herbs, I do basil, oregano, a bit of parsley. Salt pepper to taste, a pinch of hot pepper flakes.
That's my sauce.

To make the pasta fagiole.

I dont measure but 24 ounces there abouts.
Then one large can of cannelli beans. If you want to go heavier on the beans, you can,and do a can and a half, but if you cohabitate.... Maybe not. I like a lot of beans.
chuckle

Strain and rinse the beans off. If a little bit of the juice from the can is still on them, it's OK. It thickens the sauce a bit.
Dump it all in the sauce.
Stir it up.

Let it come up to a boil, then lower to a low simmer.
At this point, add a level teaspoon of anise seeds.
This is a regional thing my uncle did.
Its not in the average recipe. It adds an amazing flavor profile to the whole thing.
I'm not a fan of this flavor on its own usually, but I love it in this.

Cover the sauce, and let it simmer a good 30 minutes.
Stir frequently so nothing on the bottom sticks or burns.

At about the 15 minute mark, bring a pot of water to a boil for your pasta.

Use a smaller pasta, like medium sized shells or anelli. Even medium sized elbows or bows would work.

Anelli or medium sized ditalini are the pasta of choice for this dish, but I use any medium sized pasta I have on hand that will hold some of the sauce on it because of nooks and crannies.


So boil your pasta to taste. I like it al dente.

The sauce you have should be good for at least 3 servings, so make as much pasta as you would for as many servings as youre going to prepare at any one time .

You can jar up any left over sauce, but don't make the pasta for all of it.

Make the pasta servings as you go.
If you add all the pasta to the sauce from the start, and then store it that way , the pasta absorbs all the liquid. This makes the pasta soggy, and the sauce loses its consistency.

So only make enough pasta per serving, at the time of consumption.

OK, now, pasta is cooked.
Strain. Save some of the water though.

Test the sauce. Check the beans have softened nicely and aren't hard.
If the sauce is very thick, thin it a little using the pasta boiling water.

I like mine a little liquidy, but not too thin.
If it's too thick, it doesn't coat the pasta well.

So now put a serving of pasta in a bowl, then ladel on enough sauce to coat nicely.
Mix it well. Salt pepper to taste if it needs it.

This dish TRADITIONALLY, does not get cheese on top, but many people do add it.
I do not.

Manga!
 Quoting: BuckyBalls


Thanks for the recipe! I love pasta & I'm always looking for a way to eat more beans.
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Mr found a fancy recipe so I made it tonight. I even took step by step pics. The sauce is to die for! The recipe only called for 1/4 cup parmesan. Cheese amateurs! I probably put almost a cup with a pint carton of whipping cream. I also added a bit of cornstarch to the spices for breading.

I made rice , but I think I'd like to make this again with chicken & put it over pasta.

Garlic Mushroom Pork Chops

[link to www.yummly.com (secure)]

https://imgur.com/9ROvn0e


https://imgur.com/tRwxoyx


https://imgur.com/x6AI1n7


https://imgur.com/vw2wIO1

 Quoting: Paranoiaaaaa


I don't eat pork, but I love what you did with the mushrooms!

Looks good!

cheersmate
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It was good, but maybe tomorrow I'm going to try it with chicken instead. I think I'll like it better.
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Glad pool is ok. Thankd for letting us know!

I haven't been sleeping good lately. I just woke up from a 2 hr nap. I'm not going to cook tonight. He is heating up some gumbo. I'm not even hungry.
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Good morning to all!
We have 4 more inches of fresh sparkly snow here. And sadly I have to spend much of today in a conference for work. But since it is virtual, I can wear pajamas and work on some knitting during it.
Breakfast here is a nice local roast and it smells heavenly brewing.
coffee4
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Work is far less painful when you can do it in your pj’s. Do you ever have weekends off?

hugs
 Quoting: Simple27


I work from home, too. It is so much nice than when I had to get dresses and venture out. Although sometimes, trying to get Butters to stay off the laptop is a challenge! kitty
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Nice! You're getting your fill of corn beef lately!thumbs

As soon as I get off my butt, I'm going to make another cream sauce with chicken tonight and angel hair pasta.
 Quoting: Paranoiaaaaa


That corned beef looks sooooo good, Louis! You cooked it perfectly!

hf
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Thank you both, I deserved it after the unholy desecration that happened to the one I allowed to be cooked at the river!


 Quoting: Louis in Richmond


I think you like corned beef as much as I like my hot roast beef sandwiches, which is a lot!!! hf
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Good morning everyone.

What happened last night!? I woke about twenty minutes ago, 'no idea of breakfast.

However I am vicariously living in your fresh snow, your pancakes and bacon, farty bean soups, and pork/chicken/beef [manbearpig?] meals and recipes.

My coffee is almost done, then I might possibly be able to kick-start my brain.

But then again, I've started the wake and bake before pouring the first cup. My cat is outside so he'll not be exposed to the dangers of feline marihuana excess.
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Nice! You're getting your fill of corn beef lately!thumbs

As soon as I get off my butt, I'm going to make another cream sauce with chicken tonight and angel hair pasta.
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That corned beef looks sooooo good, Louis! You cooked it perfectly!

hf
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Thank you both, I deserved it after the unholy desecration that happened to the one I allowed to be cooked at the river!


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I think you like corned beef as much as I like my hot roast beef sandwiches, which is a lot!!! hf
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Yes I do. I want to try some of Drinking Buddy's Corned Venison too!
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Nice! You're getting your fill of corn beef lately!thumbs

As soon as I get off my butt, I'm going to make another cream sauce with chicken tonight and angel hair pasta.
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That corned beef looks sooooo good, Louis! You cooked it perfectly!

hf
 Quoting: Simple27


Thank you both, I deserved it after the unholy desecration that happened to the one I allowed to be cooked at the river!


 Quoting: Louis in Richmond


I think you like corned beef as much as I like my hot roast beef sandwiches, which is a lot!!! hf
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Yes I do. I want to try some of Drinking Buddy's Corned Venison too!
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Definitely interesting, never heard of it before. I'm not a corned beef fan although Mr is. As far as venison goes, I've had mostly burgers. Years ago, I had some summer sausage that was excellent.
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The wake and bake turned into filling the bowl and having to drive to the corner instead as Mrs. mentioned she drove and bought me beer yesterday.

Now back home I can commence loading the dishwasher and emptying that bowl.
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Shaved brussel sprouts/antipasto salad tonite here. I'm trying to not feel sorry for myself because it ended up being a typical work day instead of my 1 day off for the week.


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Mrs. had a steak for dinner. I wasn't hungry having eaten around 4 AM.
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Shaved brussel sprouts/antipasto salad tonite here. I'm trying to not feel sorry for myself because it ended up being a typical work day instead of my 1 day off for the week.


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We had a massive cheat weekend lol! Chicken with fettuccini alfredo tonight. Tomorrow the diet is back on. Hopefully. tounge

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Glad pool is ok. Thankd for letting us know!

I haven't been sleeping good lately. I just woke up from a 2 hr nap. I'm not going to cook tonight. He is heating up some gumbo. I'm not even hungry.
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The Mercury retrograde to non-retrograde shift is a wee bit upsetting! Plays havoc with ones digestion...dinner sits there getting cold yet no hunger has arisen!
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I don't know a whole lot of planetary effects, but I always find the threads about such things interesting. It wasn't until I talked with O's Cookie a bit that I realized solar storms seem to make me feel a it wiggy & my headaches are worse on those days.
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A bunch of people were tying in certain things (ear ringing, headaches etc.) with what the Schumann is doing during those times. [link to sosrff.tsu.ru]

Read the Iona Miller take on it [link to in5d.com (secure)] she, is a friend! Well, she's odd, but I'm friends with her ex Richard who was hired by NASA to mimic growing Carl on the moon. As far as I know, though divorced, they still live together in Grant's Pass. [link to www.richardalanmiller.com (secure)]
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We had a massive cheat weekend lol! Chicken with fettuccini alfredo tonight. Tomorrow the diet is back on. Hopefully. tounge

https://imgur.com/cOWPaMp

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That looks incredibly delicious!
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We had a massive cheat weekend lol! Chicken with fettuccini alfredo tonight. Tomorrow the diet is back on. Hopefully. tounge

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Yum!

We had jerk beef street tacos with mango salsa.

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After dinner, my son brushed his cat and made him a hair hat. 1rof1

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"Just because you're paranoid doesn't mean they're not out to get you." - Fox Mulder - The X-Files

"Life is what happens while you are busy making other plans." - John Lennon





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