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Cleaning out the freezer and pulled out a 10OZ beef tenderloin steak (about 2" thick) and a lone slipper lobster tail. So we will be having surf and turf with baked potatoes, sauteed carrots and mushrooms with a green salad.
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Cold leftover Tortellini on a Caesar Salad with Pine Nuts, Olives and Mozzarella. Newmanís Own Caesar Dressing and slice of Tuscany bread.

And the rest off the Pinot Noir.

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Tonight we are firing up the grill for some Bambi Burgers and Brats. Coleslaw and baked beans on the side. The guy who owns the gas station that also makes the excellent catfish was selling fried pies his wife made - we bought 2 cherry and 2 blackberry. If they are 1/2 as good as his fish, this couple is in the wrong business.
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Last night was broiled boneless skinless chicken thighs seasoned lightly with a garlic black pepper blend, smoked bourbon salt and some Slap Ya Mamma. This was the first time using this combination and we decided it's worth repeating.

Tonight we had broiled ribeyes no sides.
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Baby Back ribs with some fries
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We had grass-fed roast beef, boiled new potatoes, and peas.
Toll House cookies for dessert

Tonight will be home-made waffles, piles of blueberries and strawberries, pork breakfast sausage, and maple syrup.




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Ground beef patties with Cream of Mushroom soup on a bed of Cauliflower Rice. Steamed Squash and Carrots with butter.

Raspberry Gelato for dessert.

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We have leftovers from last night, but that will be tomorrow's lunch. Except those gas-station pies. We had the willpower to only eat one each last night, but they won't make it through another night. That family needs to open a restaurant!
Tonight we are having a house salad, tomato-basil soup and garlic knots.
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Chicken fajitas tonight with Spanish-style rice and black beans.
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Went shopping today, found some deals on meat including a small 3 pound rack of beef ribs for $2.68 a pound. So that is going on the grill, indirect for a couple of hours.

Also picked up a whole stem of Brussels sprouts that I am just about to cut off the stem and blanch for freezing in freezer bags but I will hold out 6-8 to slice and bake for dinner with a balsamic dressing.

Going to make a small au gratin potato and onion casserole.

Lettuce wedges with Gorgonzola dressing.
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Tonight we are having salad, baked halibut, smoked gouda mac n cheese and garlic baked asparagus.
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Getting back to semi-normal, Monday night Deli sandwiches. Hot pastrami and hot BBQ turkey. Pickles, peppers and olives on the side.
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Turkey stuffed Pitas with lettuce, tomato, avocado and chopped Kalamata olives. Veggie sticks on the side with a light ranch dressing.

Lemon infused sparkling water.

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Jambalaya...with shrimp & sausage, might add chicken.
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Rotesserie pork loin seasoned with: bourbon smoked garlic, bourbon smoked salt, a little garlic black pepper blend and finally a touch more black pepper. The wife lightly scored the surface with a knife to create more surface area. Cooked at 350F for an hour. The purchased at Costco loin was very juicy and tender. The seasoning combo was very flavorful but a bit salty. It didn't need BBQ sauce or other flavors added. I did have three helpings, the wife had two and I will be taking the last of it to work for lunch.
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Last night was leftovers from the previous nights birthday dinner I fixed for my wife. For the record Fettuccine Alfredo, shrimp sauted in garlic oil, and pan seared scallops are now my favorite leftovers. The shrimp was good but the scallops were outstanding.
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I keep a small coffee can in the freezer for those little dabs of leftover veggies that are too small for a serving to be used in soup. It was nearly full so now there is hamburger stew going in the crock pot and later I will be making jalapeno cornbread. I've got a hankering for a raisin pie, but that might have to wait until the weekend.
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Stripped the meat off the leftover beef ribs and I am boiling down the bones for broth. Going to chop the meat up and pan fry with chili powder and cumin for tacos tonight. Beans and rice to go with them.

I will be using the broth to make vegetable beef soup later in the week.
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I got an instant pot last week and I'm in love! I've got some chicken breast in there now and I made some honey mustard sauce, and I'm going to make some honey mustard chicken sandwiches.
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Bunlesss Hamburger with lettuce, tomato and purple onion. Deviled egg spread. Shaved/ chopped raw Asparagus with Parmesan and Lemon on the side.

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