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Ha! I did too the first time I heard of Tollhouse cookies on this site. When I hear Tollhouse I only think of the commercial brand by Nestle.

I grew up just knowing them as chocolate chip cookies. But thanks to this forum, I now know that some people call them Tollhouse cookies.

The recipe is on the back of the Nestle Semi-Sweet Morsels package... the cookies are better when made with organic pasture butter, 90 percent cacao chips, and ingredients

Spaghetti, garlic baked French bread, and salad.
Toll House cookies for dessert
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Yesterday had a slow cooked pork loin with a touch of bourbon flavored honey, chicken stock, onion and mushrooms. The wife made a gravy from the cooked juices. Side was a microwaved russet potato drowned in fake butter and gravy. Took two slices to work for lunch today. There's still two more slices left for the lunch pail for tomorrow.
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Spaghetti, garlic baked French bread, and salad.
Toll House cookies for dessert
It must be spaghetti night! Had this with a wedge salad and will have pineapple upside-down cake for dessert. The old man will have an ice cream bar (lowest carb with sugar option).
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The recipe is on the back of the Nestle Semi-Sweet Morsels package... the cookies are better when made with organic pasture butter, 90 percent cacao chips, and ingredients

Spaghetti, garlic baked French bread, and salad.
Toll House cookies for dessert
Lol, I don't care how old you are "Old fart". They just don't make 'em like you these days, you've got it going on.

Please keep posting your meals, I love to live vicariously.

At my house we had quesadillas from left-over taco meat. It was surprisingly excellent. I'm pretty convinced taco meat tastes way better after a day or so because the flavors meld. No dessert sadly, we filled up on quesadillas.
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Making taco meat for taco burgers or tacos or burritos, whichever we feel like.
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Lol, I don't care how old you are "Old fart". They just don't make 'em like you these days, you've got it going on.

Please keep posting your meals, I love to live vicariously.
YES! There are some beautiful cooks here. NCalHippie, too.

Easy tonight - grilled roast beef sandwiches and a little salad. Had a huge lunch.
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YES! There are some beautiful cooks here. NCalHippie, too.

Easy tonight - grilled roast beef sandwiches and a little salad. Had a huge lunch.
Sounds good and I agree! But many here more talented than I.
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Going to grill me a Porterhouse and have some rice and lentils with it topped off with some Malbec.
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Hot wings and cold beer.

Raspberry Cheesecake Bar.

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Tonight at our house: Caprese salad, grilled sea bass, sauteed yellow squash and asparagus. Lemon bars for dessert.
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A stock pot of chicken and rice (8 chicken thighs) while I finish the dishes and run my personal laundry (or watch Mindhunter).
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A stock pot of chicken and rice (8 chicken thighs) while I finish the dishes and run my personal laundry (or watch Mindhunter).
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Chicken thighs with mushrooms in wine sauce and leftover rice with broccoli and cheese.
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So tired of chicken, I'll be clucking and sprouting pinfeathers soon. I found a recipe for asian beef and broccoli that is done in the crock pot. I think I'm going to do that and see how it turns out.

But without the brown sugar. I've had beef and broccoli that was savory instead of sweet and I much prefer that type.
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So tired of chicken, I'll be clucking and sprouting pinfeathers soon. I found a recipe for asian beef and broccoli that is done in the crock pot. I think I'm going to do that and see how it turns out.

But without the brown sugar. I've had beef and broccoli that was savory instead of sweet and I much prefer that type.
Same here with the sugar, I prefer savory most of the time. The main exceptions being Mandarin chicken and sweet and sour pork.
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Trip to the city was a lot of fun. Just me and my 2 youngest boys. We don't get to do things like this often. Spent a small fortune. Like, well over a grand.

I let them pick dinner on Sat. and Buffalo Wild Wings won out. I had never been before. Pretty good, I would go back.

Last night, we had a shrimp boil. It was a hit with all these garden fresh ingredients laying around.




Tonight is parmigiano reggiano encrusted chicken breasts, zucchini fritters/ patties
and doctored up salad as I am kinda bored with the generic "house" salad we have been eating, as our fridge stays full of greens this time of year. I'll be adding fruit, nuts and feta.
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Tofu in peanut sauce and pickled cukes. Sounds weird but it is actually very tasty!
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Tofu in peanut sauce and pickled cukes. Sounds weird but it is actually very tasty!
I don't think I have ever had tofu. I may have inadvertently had some while eating a Chinese buffet but, not that I know of.
Although, I am not to enthusiastic about the thought and I see no need to try it, I should add it to the list anyway. Never know.
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Got back late from VA, so we had home-made waffles pulled out of the freezer and toasted in the toaster, piles of blueberries and strawberries, maple syrup for those that wanted it, and BACON.

I finally got around to making some oatmeal raisin pecan cookies, so we'll probably have some of those tonight.
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