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Thanks Tigg :)

Kat, LW is a sweety !!! Shes an awesome friend whom I hope to meet in person someday!!

Guys had burgers, I had leftovers.... off tomorrow so thinking something with a roast....

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chicken fingers and sweet potatoe fries and a smirnoff twister to celebrate my new diggs on the first

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There's nothing wrong with Reisling. I'm pretty edjumacated about wine, just like I am about food. But here's the deal: you like what you like! I personally don't like reisling but it's not because I'm a wine snob. I drink very limited beverages and none of them are sweet. I'm a water, unsweetened ice tea or coffee and dry wine girl. I drink grapefruit juice rather than orange because it's less sweet. That's about the extent of my beverages. Although I am a good bartender and we keep a well stocked bar in the house for entertaining. There is a cocktail hour thread that is ongoing here that is my "cyber" bar". I'm always giving drink advice in there. Know it all that I am *wink*

Anyhow, there's my from NY ramble. Kat, like what you like!!

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creamy lookin good babe......keep up the good work :)

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You know M, it wasn't even a matter of if people like that stuff. Who am I to pass judgement? Sometimes we just want a good old comfort food (usually not the healthiest or most gourmet thing on earth). Although I am sorry, when it comes to comfort food, I will draw the line at tator tots and cheese whiz. Ground beef (quality meat and lean) oh yeah. I can be all over that when some sort of comfort food is needed. It was that the gentleman, it was a very urbane man, I can't remember which of two people we knew back then, specifically said his wife was having the week from hell and he wanted to do something truly special. Price was not an object, limited cooking skills was the issue. I don't remember what you recommended. I recommended my standard for men like that. he liked both our ideas and did two special meals that week.

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Oh wow, I love a good churrascuria.

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I'm so sorry about the migraine Creamy. Feel better soon.

Hey Kat, I'm sorry, I got so full of myself and baby boy, I completely forgot something I wanted to say to you. I'm quite certain, Sed4 wasn't calling you a food simpleton. Hey, you are passionate about Kobe! (Not the basketball player for any food simpleton) She was just speaking in general, or maybe about a weird lady who ages ago, when a gentleman asked for a gourmet but limited cooking skills meal idea, gave him one for tator tot casserole. That person is no longer around the site so it's not anyone yo umight be familiar with either. But I will never forget it.

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Brazilian churrascaria tonight

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Easy dinner tonight, since I am still fighting a migraine.... baked ziti. Tomorrow night I am thinking baked taliapia with homemade salsa, steamed brussles for me, green beans for the guys, and some kind of rice....

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Funshine, are you having a Chelsea Lately kind of day? Now you have me going again! As anyone knows who is long acquainted with me knows, I am a wino and been pretty much exclusively so for decades. Save for the odd Bloody Mary in an airport or on a plane. But I've had frequent cravings for a good whiskey sour lately. Which just talking about beverages stirred up again. I wonder if I'm trying to go back to my childhood??

Sure thing Kat. Food is my passion. I was a pretty good amateur chef for years. In fact my VERY highly trained chef son was quoted in a several magazine and one TV interview saying his mom was his inspiration. I retired from the corporate world at 47 and did some study and became a chef. I love it. But my food is dog poop compared to his. However, we are both pretty good at recipe development. Our patron's favorite recipes are ones we created together. Good thing we're on opposite coasts so we don't compete.

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