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Thanks to Obammycare I have to pay a bunch of bills. So it will be canned tuna for the rest of the month.
So sorry to hear that Survivalguy. Our daughter (a nurse) lost her health insurance and is now looking at $1130 a Month in premiums.

My wife's brother lost his due to Obamacare....it's a huge mess. He was paying $280 a Month through his employer and is looking at a 300% increase because of Obamacare is is a worse deal with co-pays etc.

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Tonite served with mashed sweet potatoes made with butter and cream



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Last night I made home made chopped liver with hard boiled egg whites and onion mixed in. Sides were cucumber and red onion salad and a salad with blue cheese dressing.
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Not dinner time yet but I just made a Ortega chili and goat cheese omelet for breakfast. For dinner, looks like BBQ chicken with a mango salsa salad.
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Ate out with the mater familias....Stone Ridge Tavern. Had a wonderful Calabash chicken tender dinner. Brought four tenders home. Those will be brekky wrapped in a couple of tortillas in the morning.

Thanks to moms everywhere and thanks to the folks who work on mom's day so I don't have to cook!
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Tonight was tuna salad sandwiches on whole wheat with Utz Chips and hot cherry peppers.

Tuna salad was made with miracle whip, chopped red pepper, celery, hard boiled egg, salt, pepper and oregano.
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a bit of grilled steak and one of those Blue Ribbon sausages, grilled, then covered with barbecue sauce and eaten on white bread. A little potato salad and some field peas. It was pretty good. I don't like sausage too much, but I like the plain, original Blue Ribbon sausage.
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Last night it was homemade cream of asparagus soup... and it was delish! What makes it so good is a touch of tarragon. Served with homemade crouton garnish and Italian Foccacia bread and dipping oil.
Considering it was snowing like crazy, it was a great comfort meal!
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a bit of grilled steak and one of those Blue Ribbon sausages, grilled, then covered with barbecue sauce and eaten on white bread. A little potato salad and some field peas. It was pretty good. I don't like sausage too much, but I like the plain, original Blue Ribbon sausage.
Sausage is a great base to make a lot of tasty things. If it has fat in it, it has flavor.

There is just so much you can do with it.

Everything from sautÚed with onions, peppers and mushrooms, to jambalaya, to cornbread and sausage stuffing... It's all good.
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Barilla brand ziti and Barilla tomato sauce with home made meatballs.

Grated Romano cheese sprinkled on top and garlic toast made with seeded rye bread, olive oil and garlic powder.
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Venison chili over whole grain pasta.
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Pork loin chop sauteed in a tiny bit of olive oil and seasoning salt, steamed cabbage, and rice with broccoli and a tiny bit of parmesean in it. Cheerios for dessert.
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I have some left over chicken, so I will be making chicken enchiladas, refried beans and rice.
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I haven't made enchiladas in weeks, which is unusual. I've been out to have mexican food a couple of times recently but I'll have to make some soon.

I think tonight I'll make french bread pizza. I need to use up some pepperoni.
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I haven't made enchiladas in weeks, which is unusual. I've been out to have mexican food a couple of times recently but I'll have to make some soon.

I think tonight I'll make french bread pizza. I need to use up some pepperoni.
Love french bread pizza, pepperoni sausage and green olives are our standard. With mozzarella cheese of course.
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Tonight is Korean style Ox Tail soup with rice. Same for tomorrow night. Mmm mmm good. If you know what I'm talking about then if not, you're missing out.
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I like just about any kind of pizza, except for pineapple and ham or whatever it is, blech.

My usual toppings are pepperoni, Italian sausage, mushrooms, a bit of olives and cheese. Sometimes I add tiny bits of anchovy or something else. I'm cheating tonight on the home-made part because I saw Cento brand pizza sauce and wanted to try it so I bought a can.
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I like just about any kind of pizza, except for pineapple and ham or whatever it is, blech.

My usual toppings are pepperoni, Italian sausage, mushrooms, a bit of olives and cheese. Sometimes I add tiny bits of anchovy or something else. I'm cheating tonight on the home-made part because I saw Cento brand pizza sauce and wanted to try it so I bought a can.
I made a bratwurst and sauerkraut pizza once, with a white garlic sauce and mozzarella cheese, only two of us (me and one of our sons friends) ate it, lol. It really wasn't bad in my opinion.
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Today: homemade scalloped potatoes and ham.

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