OK. Thanks. When I was a bachelor I just sliced cold boiled potatoes, fried them up in a skillet and called that hashbrowns. What did I know?
My wife has never had to open a door for herself when we're together - car, truck, house, any door - for almost 30 years now. That's my job, as I learned from my grandfather. Being a gentleman seemed like the right thing when I was a young man and nothing since then has caused me to change my mind on that.
She didn't marry me for my good looks.
Dinner last night was a simple ham sandwich, sweet potato chips, salad w/avocado and an apple.
Ground bison steaks, boiled yellow potatoes with sour cream and our own chives, salad and pineapple.
Meatloaf, rice and salad for them. Chicken livers in brown gravy over noodles for me,just like grandma taught me to make it.
My father and sister used to fry up chicken innards for breakfast. I never saw the attraction.
If you don't mind "rubbery" food, try chicken feet, like at a Chinese restaurant. They taste like however the chicken was prepared, but they're very rubbery eating. Personally, I don't like any rubbery food, from jello to squid.
Pass my kudos on to your daughter. Will she remain a student for a while or start a career?
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Grilled marinated & seasoned chicken breasts, cut corn & asparagus tips, salad, mango.
quick and lite today, Strawberry cucumber sandwiches, tomato olive salad, Sausage bean soup and chocolate cake with vanilla frosting.
I can't think of anything I'd like more right now than sausage bean soup, and I just had dinner...
... which was leftover art. lasagna, salad and pear. Oddly, the lasagna wasn't as good reheated as it was that first day. I'm not sure that's ever happened before.
Roasted rosemary & butter whole chicken, spaghetti squash, mixed greens. Roast chicken has to be the easiest thing ever to cook.
Dry rub back ribs and a salad.
Swordfish/vegetable curry over quinoa pasta, sliced cucumber, salad, and for dessert a custard concoction of blueberry, pear, pineapple and banana with a coconut icing.
Hamburgers and salad.
Roast pork tenderloin, boiled potatoes w/sour cream, broccoli, salad, and our first taste of this year's apricots. We got a lot this time after a couple of lean years.
What didn't I eat. Oooo my tummy hurts. lol
lamb (as almost always) chops and I think I'll bake them tonight with tomato and onions with some Italian herbs and some simple butter mash on the side and whatever variety of greens I russle up
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