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02-10-2013, 01:24 PM
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Lost or miss placed my glasses this last week. Ordered another pair but until they come I am wearing my old glasses or none or my prescription shades(I do most times I am out of the house anyways)

Combined my grey hairs I am getting and not for the life of me being able to remember where I had my glasses last this has been a stressful few days.

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02-10-2013, 01:27 PM
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I have this in the crock pot right now http://www.skinnytaste.com/2013/01/c...picadillo.html . House smells amazing.

For those of you watching your weight, that's one of my favorite cooking websites. You're welcome.

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interesting.

i have pork chops thawing. whether they'll be done thawing...not sure.

might be a publix sandwich for dinner night.

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02-10-2013, 01:33 PM
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interesting.

i have pork chops thawing. whether they'll be done thawing...not sure.

might be a publix sandwich for dinner night.
http://www.plainchicken.com/2012/05/...mary-pork.html

I love this recipe for pork chops.

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02-10-2013, 01:55 PM
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02-10-2013, 01:58 PM
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I'm too hard headed for my own good sometimes.

I think I can fix everything with sunshine

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interesting.

i have pork chops thawing. whether they'll be done thawing...not sure.

might be a publix sandwich for dinner night.
I used to love Publix when I lived in Florida. Unfortunately, we shopped at Winn-Dixie more often. Always had to go get their generic sodas.

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02-10-2013, 02:26 PM
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Correct.



What did you think?


Not sure, I have never met you?

Oh, you meant the movie?

I went to bed dreaming of large pillows instead of watching the movie, but will give you my thoughts on it when I watch it (maybe this afternoon before the game). I like William Sean Scott or Sean William Scott, whichever it is (I usually just say the guy that was Stiffler, lol) so I will probably like Goon as well.

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I used to love Publix when I lived in Florida. Unfortunately, we shopped at Winn-Dixie more often. Always had to go get their generic sodas.
we do meat shopping at winn dixie. they have bogo sales on expensive things like pork tenderloin, pot roast, etc. and i'll just stock us up and fill the freezer.

regular grocery shopping at walmart and odds and ends and produce at publix.

it's exhausting

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02-10-2013, 03:02 PM
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question for the hfboards cooks here: i have this thing for the last couple years where instead of buying ground beef i either rough chop or mince a nice cut or cuts of meat since i can actually see what's going in, trim or leave fat, control the mix of cuts, make sure no sinew is getting in, etc

it tastes hell of good and frankly isn't that much more expensive (if i do it right and design meals around groupings of cuts on sale, it's often the same price and tastes better), but the downside is that the texture doesn't work for everything; some things want to be ground beef, not my minced beef

i've been really tempted to buy a nice cuisinart with an accessory mount; has anyone worked with any meat grinder accessories, and are they worth it

i say this with the house smelling like rich bolognese, which is terrific, but it could be better and i want it to be

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Chinese food on the couch for tonights game cant wait

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I'm too hard headed for my own good sometimes.

I think I can fix everything with sunshine
Those shoes are usually a good start

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Chinese food on the couch for tonights game cant wait
jealous.

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question for the hfboards cooks here: i have this thing for the last couple years where instead of buying ground beef i either rough chop or mince a nice cut or cuts of meat since i can actually see what's going in, trim or leave fat, control the mix of cuts, make sure no sinew is getting in, etc

it tastes hell of good and frankly isn't that much more expensive (if i do it right and design meals around groupings of cuts on sale, it's often the same price and tastes better), but the downside is that the texture doesn't work for everything; some things want to be ground beef, not my minced beef

i've been really tempted to buy a nice cuisinart with an accessory mount; has anyone worked with any meat grinder accessories, and are they worth it

i say this with the house smelling like rich bolognese, which is terrific, but it could be better and i want it to be
Do you have a KitchenAid? They have a meat grinder attachment.

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Do you have a KitchenAid? They have a meat grinder attachment.
you know, i only have a tiny mini-prep chopper i use for making salsa and guac, i haven't had the need for a full mixer as i don't bake enough to justify it and for processing, i'm pretty good with a knife so i'd spent the money on decent sets of knives instead

i oughta get married just so i can put one of those really nice kitchenaids with the dough hook and ridicuous size bowl and grinder on the registry

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I love my KitchenAid more than life itself.

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i just get the butcher to cut it at the grocery store.

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02-10-2013, 03:55 PM
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Very little holds a candle to real bacon.

There's a bar in Madison, WI where every Tuesday is bacon night. They deep fry several pounds of bacon at a time. They just peel off slices right into the fryolator, then pass them around in those little paper baskets you get french fries in. BACON!
I am rediscovering my love for bacon. Lately I've been craving it. Which is a bad thing when you have elevated blood pressure.

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Nah. I've been bacon crazy since I cut my first teeth. Then when they invented the microwave it kicked it up a whole another notch.

Speaking of microwave . Anybody else enjoy turning genoa salami into crispy circles of tasty joy?
I have never heard of that but you can bet now that I have I am going to try it

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i just get the butcher to cut it at the grocery store.
you are an interesting dude

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I am rediscovering my love for bacon. Lately I've been craving it. Which is a bad thing when you have elevated blood pressure.
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I have never heard of that but you can bet now that I have I am going to try it
I'm telling you. Nuke some good quality salami until crisp. Slice a piece of Romano Parma cheese drizzled with balsamic, a few olives, a crusty bread and glass of red wine.

Out of this world.

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Lipitor & Metoprolol , the breakfast of champions.

Diovan daily here. Oddly enough my cholesterol levels are excellent. Go figure.

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I'm telling you. Nuke some good quality salami until crisp. Slice a piece of Romano Parma cheese drizzled with balsamic, a few olives, a crusty bread and glass of red wine.

Out of this world.
Sounds like it is

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The sun'll come out
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Tomorrow! Tomorrow!
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