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Great minds. I have a buddy coming over tomorrow night for dinner and I'm smoking 3 racks of baby backs plus frying hand cut fries in duck fat.

And then triple your cholesterol medication.


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I don't eat this every week Dok!


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BBQ pulled pork sandwhich with slaw.
 
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A food cart in some plaza in Florence! Smile

Now THAT is one fine way to spend New Year's Day. You are one lucky guy, DoubleD.

And a big congratulations to you and your soon-to-be bride!!

Thanks Seaquam! Just came back last week and trying to catch up on things. Florence was a nice way to end a beautiful trip. I'm lucky indeed.
 
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... I proposed to her during the trip at an abbey called San Galgano.

She did say "yes", right? Smile

Congrats on doing it right, DD and sounds like a great trip!

Thanks KSC! It was a great trip, and she did say yes.
 
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Today with #1 daughter and son-in-law: Assorted tamales (courtesy of Vino Bevo) Cool with over easy eggs . They were wonderful, and my daughter was SO excited when she came into the house and smelled them! #2 daughter will be coming for lunch tomorrow. Guess what we're having?? Winner

Thanks Vino Bevo!

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Today with #1 daughter and son-in-law: Assorted tamales (courtesy of Vino Bevo) Cool with over easy eggs . They were wonderful, and my daughter was SO excited when she came into the house and smelled them! #2 daughter will be coming for lunch tomorrow. Guess what we're having?? Winner

Thanks Vino Bevo!

PH

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2 hard boiled eggs and diet soda


Just one more sip.
 
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Roasted veggies and chicken
 
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Caesar salad and fresh berries
 
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Double Double animal style with extra pickles and an extra toasted bun. Not the best burger out there but pretty good when you need something quick.
 
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left over tri tip on a sandwich as PH recommended.
 
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Beef pho.
 
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Grilled chicken salad


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Tuna with avocado
 
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Yesterday: jerk chicken, peas and rice and a nice beef patty. Goooooood stuff.

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Picked up a turkey sub on my way to the beach. Enjoyed with green tea watching the sailboats go by... Quite relaxing Cool
 
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Tuna salad and red pepper bisque
 
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Idaho trout and 2004 Marcel Moineaux Grand Cru BdB.
 
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Doing whatever cooking I can for our Superbowl party. I work tomorrow and we have evening plans, so I'm getting the advance work out of the way and having samples of what I'm making for lunch. Pretty nice lunch.


Just one more sip.
 
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