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Old 08-07-2017, 10:01 PM
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One would think that considering the art's somewhat dark nature. Fortunately, that isn't the case.
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Old 08-08-2017, 02:57 PM
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Ribs, corn on the cob, green beans, peaches, vanilla ice cream.
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Old 08-08-2017, 10:35 PM
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Ribs, corn on the cob, green beans, peaches, vanilla ice cream.
I'm not supposed to eat corn, and I haven't had ice cream for about 15 years, it doesn't agree with me.
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Old 08-08-2017, 10:56 PM
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It's friend dinner night, and it's been a little cooler lately, so I'm celebrating with pot roast. With mushrooms, onion, potatoes and carrots, plus a mixed greens salad with grape tomatoes. And our one friend always brings some kind of fancy bread.

I also got a bunch of really nice plums, so we might eat those too.
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Old 08-09-2017, 12:36 PM
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I'm actually getting out of work at a decent time tonight, so it's gonna be fajita time with yet another of those steaks I got on sale (should be thawed by the time I get back home). I just have to get an avocado on the way home and make some guac.

Too lazy to make my own salsa though.
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Old 08-11-2017, 02:35 AM
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And now I am making pot pie out of the leftover pot roast and vegetables, but here is the thing: I made the pie crusts, and then I was like, "Does this smell funny?" and realized that my vegetable shortening was pretty old and possibly rancid so I had to make ANOTHER BATCH with just butter, which is always kind of tricky and man, I don't even know.

Pary. Pary for all of my lots. I am so mad and the kitchen is so messy even though I cleaned it up like a hundred times. The filling is, of course, really good, but if this crust doesn't work out, I'm going to go donate my organs or something.
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Old 08-11-2017, 10:55 AM
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And now I am making pot pie out of the leftover pot roast and vegetables, but here is the thing: I made the pie crusts, and then I was like, "Does this smell funny?" and realized that my vegetable shortening was pretty old and possibly rancid so I had to make ANOTHER BATCH with just butter, which is always kind of tricky and man, I don't even know.

Pary. Pary for all of my lots. I am so mad and the kitchen is so messy even though I cleaned it up like a hundred times. The filling is, of course, really good, but if this crust doesn't work out, I'm going to go donate my organs or something.
Send it to me, lisapea. You're only in what, Jersey? I'm like six hours north, just give me all your pot pies.

In fact, give me all your food. I like food!
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Old 08-11-2017, 04:08 PM
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I know you really want me to live in Jersey, but I regret to inform you I'm still in Colorado. (I was born in Jersey, but haven't lived there since I was ten or so.)

Anyway, the emergency all-butter crust came out looking pretty stupid but tasting good, so the whole thing got eaten.

And I am not going to make dinner tonight.
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We are trying to use up crap in our house before getting groceries, so we made a homemade sort of Hamburger Helper last night with old hamburger, old veggies, old noodles, old tomatoes, old old cheese. It was really disgusting.

And I am not going to make dinner tonight.
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Send it to me, lisapea. You're only in what, Jersey? I'm like six hours north, just give me all your pot pies.

In fact, give me all your food. I like food!
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I know you really want me to live in Jersey, but I regret to inform you I'm still in Colorado. (I was born in Jersey, but haven't lived there since I was ten or so.)
I worked with someone who grew up in Jersey and she said Jersey was a good place to be from, far from, congratulations.
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Old 08-14-2017, 01:19 AM
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I am really tired and hungry because I haven't been grocery shopping in a while and I had to go shopping at the worst time, so I'm just roasting some chicken legs because they were on sale, with fresh bread from the store, salad with store boughten dressing, and some olives and stuff from the olive bar. I also have a jar of suboptimal harissa I made so people can put that on their chicken if it's boring enough for suboptimal harissa.
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Honduran baleadas with beans, cheese, steak, crema and avocado.
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Hamburgers :meh:
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:meh: Isn't right for burgers. Especially if you make them like I do... or go to the amazing burger place about a mile down from my house.
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I only had some hamburger, so I was GOING TO make hamburgers too, but I have been terrible at shopping lately and had no buns or even much bread, so I made some meatballs with harissa in a tomato sauce, with basmati rice and yogurt mint sauce and salad. It was pretty good but not great. I might try to make it better some other time.
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That certainly sounds like a thing with potential. The yogurt mint sauce kinda squicks me a little there but otherwise... that *could* be pretty good.
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It's probably less weird than you're thinking. Pretty much just tsatziki, except without cucumbers because I didn't have any. You can use other fresh herbs instead of the mint, like dill or parsley, but I also didn't have those, and I can just go get mint out of my front yard.
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