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lady........how about crown royal and ginger ale :)

Rockport MA
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Ohhhh I could go for all but the pepsi!!!

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hot boiled lobsters (all ya can eat) fresh off my boat.......plenty of butter.......garlic bread ....frosty cold diet pepsi :)

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Chinese food

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sauteed chicken breasts, green beans and noodles for Gary... I had red cabbage and snow peas with my chicken.... tomorrow most likely some type of fresh fish, I will go to the seafood store after work to see whats in fresh....

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Thats what I meant,,,We love it

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Chickpea goes well in HUMUS tonight we are having fresh caught out of our pond fried bream and grilled bream fillets.. onion rings,tator tots.. Sliced cucumbers and tomatoes.

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Tonight, We are preparing an 800 year old Spanish recipe called Medival Moorish chicken stew; That She will be presenting on WCTV Celebrity chef in the morning in 17th century Spanish dress. She is doing it as an advertisment for an upcoming event at the place we work.

The event is "Giving Thanks -17th century Spanish Foodways", It will be held the friday and saturday following Thanksgiving day.

The recipe has actually been slighty modernized by the addition of Spanish smokey pimenton in the 16th century. So it is actually only 500 years old.

If you would like an even more modernized recipe let us know, ie: oven at 350 kinda thing instead of slowly heated clay pot over the banked coals of an open fire.

John

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rib eyes on the grill........grilled asparagras......oven roasted potatoes

Rockport MA
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Smothered pork chops and deer sausage..

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