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hey phly.......keep eating those lobsters........keeps me working :)

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I've got a pot roast prepped and ready to go into the oven for tonight. Dough is rising for homemade bread and the garlic will roast along side the pot roast for roasted garlic mashed potatoes.

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well thank you my good sir!!


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pan fried pork tenderloins........steamed green beans and a salad with catalina dressing.....

hey shell......fine lookin chesties......mmmmmmmmmmm

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Baked chicken with mashed potatoes and corn.


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Roast, baby carrots and potatoes, cooked in a slow cooker.

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We will be having Stuffed Tomatoes.

Very large tomatoes gutted to get most of the meat out, Then you sauté a couple of small onions. a green pepper, a clove or 2 of garlic, a jalapeño, some of the gutted tomato meat, and a can of tuna in whatever beer your drinking (Beck’s works wonderfully) while chopping and cooking. You sauté this while stirring with a spatula continuously, until the onions start to soften, and all within range start to swoon and moan in pleasure to the delectable aroma of the forthcoming meal. Then you fill the cavity of the tomatoes with the stuffing mix, top off with extra sharp cheddar cheese and bake for 10 minutes or so at 350 degrees (or just until the cheese melts). Plate the tomatoes, serve with a nice Red wine, I think I will be using our homemade Elderberry wine.

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Fried whitetail Backstrap,Mashed taters, salad..

Rayne LA
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taco bell bean burrito

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homemade chili with anadama bread .....mmmmmmmmmmmmm :)

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