What's For Supper?

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  1. Chrissy Cross

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    Oops...I goofed. Wanted to add a picture to Bobby's quote...

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    Baked Sweet Potato, Steamed Broccoli, Red Grapes (I've had enough protein today).
     
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    Not dinner time yet but my plan is to have a cheese omelette....and some veggies on the side.

    Since I live alone and since its really hot in Fresno, I really dont cook much til winter.
     
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    I scrambled the eggs, and my Wife fried the home fries!
     
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    I thought we were having lasgne that my daughter said she would cook but know she does not want to cook. Oh well soup is always good.
     
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    Today I'm making hamburgers ( actually cheeseburgers) and French fries ( chips to some). Toasted whole wheat buns, mustard, onions, and beet pickles and some sliced jalapenos too. Catsup for the fries.
     
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    Today I am having clean out my fridge from anything that wont last til I get back for dinner.

    So, basically small servings of different things kind of like tapas.
     
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    I made organic chicken curry for lunch so I'll do something very light for dinner. Probably a bowl of fresh vegetable soup.
     
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    Out to eat yesterday near the shore;
    Fried scallops and scrod plate with French fries and coleslaw.
     
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    Burgers on the George Foreman Grilling machine. Always good...I gua-ran-tee it!:) ...with potato salad & Peach Snapple ice tea! Fruit cocktail for desert.
     
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    I use the small Foreman grill for marinated chicken breasts, works great.
     
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    The older machine did sausage links, nicely, but the newer one with the red lid, doesn't. ...but it toasts the bun, which is good.
     
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    LOL, I think I have the first one that came off the assembly line. It doesn't even have the removable inserts for easy cleaning. But yes, it cooks links very well, too.
     
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