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PostMon Nov 12, 2012 1:43 am » by domdabears


It's just me and the boys, and I seriously almost ate this whole thing.

I'm so full right now. I ate a good 3 pounds of food.

lol I'm not fat. I can just eat a lot.
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PostMon Nov 12, 2012 2:56 am » by Slith


domdabears wrote:It's just me and the boys, and I seriously almost ate this whole thing.

I'm so full right now. I ate a good 3 pounds of food.

lol I'm not fat. I can just eat a lot.

Reminds me of Jughead from the Archie comics. Eats a ton of food, yet never gains an ounce. You're lucky to have that type of metabolism Dom. Many don't
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PostWed Nov 14, 2012 1:41 am » by Slith


Dinner tonight. Fire roasted stuffed chicken breast (yes in my fireplace), stuffed with double cream gorgonzola, asparagus, porcinni's, slivered red peppers and wrapped in shaved pancetta. Maple baked Russet potatoes with grilled marinated balsamic squash, zuchinni (same) and red onion. Garnished with a pomegranite reduction and feathered with alfredo.

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PostWed Nov 14, 2012 9:16 pm » by domdabears


dlslith wrote:Dinner tonight. Fire roasted stuffed chicken breast (yes in my fireplace), stuffed with double cream gorgonzola, asparagus, porcinni's, slivered red peppers and wrapped in shaved pancetta. Maple baked Russet potatoes with grilled marinated balsamic squash, zuchinni (same) and red onion. Garnished with a pomegranite reduction and feathered with alfredo.

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Damn. Fancy shmancy.

I wish I had a fireplace.
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PostWed Nov 14, 2012 9:19 pm » by domdabears


I'm making a traditional beef stew in the crock pot (slow cooker).

2Lb of beef stew meat. Covered in flour, browned and put in the crock pot.

Chopped onions, carrots, celery, potatoes, and corn.

2 and a half cans of beef broth. Then the rest water. Salt and pepper.

I ran out of bay leaves.

It's going to be cooking for about 5 hours on high. If it's boiling, I might switch to low.
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PostWed Nov 14, 2012 9:21 pm » by Spock


dlslith wrote:Dinner tonight. Fire roasted stuffed chicken breast (yes in my fireplace), stuffed with double cream gorgonzola, asparagus, porcinni's, slivered red peppers and wrapped in shaved pancetta. Maple baked Russet potatoes with grilled marinated balsamic squash, zuchinni (same) and red onion. Garnished with a pomegranite reduction and feathered with alfredo.

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Ever tried microwaved hotdogs?

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PostWed Nov 14, 2012 9:34 pm » by Slith


Spock wrote:

Ever tried microwaved hotdogs?


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PostWed Nov 14, 2012 9:40 pm » by The57ironman


dlslith wrote:
Spock wrote:

Ever tried microwaved hotdogs?


:shock:
















Yes :peep:

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........i use a toaster oven..
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PostWed Nov 14, 2012 9:42 pm » by domdabears


If I want a good hotdog, I boil 'em.

Steam the bun. Mmmmmmmm

Gotta be all beef too.
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PostWed Nov 14, 2012 9:44 pm » by Cornbread714


I ate at the Frenchie's restaurant next door to me for the second evening in a row.

I was gonna have roast pork and veggies last night, but the chef, Cremina, got busy with her kid and fed me some chicken terrine to keep me from complaining for a while. It was so rich and filling that I couldn't deal with ordering the pork. Plus, I drank a couple of Leffe Bocks and a shot of Jameson.

But I took home a piece of her chocolate cheesecake, and almost forgot it about it
until late last night - wow, it was heaven - better than sex (or at least better than I remember sex to be...).

But she told me she was making chili con carne today (not very French, I know) and I had to try it. The weather is finally getting cold, so it was the perfect meal. Not exactly traditional Mexican flavor, but fucking excellent. Had two Leffes again, and a shot of Jameson. Resisted the temptation to take home more cheesecake.

I have to go tonight and survey the scene at the bar I just invested in (long story). But i'm in a Leffe/Jameson/chile con carne semi-coma.

Tomorrow is the night they break out this year's Beaujolais at the Frenchie's. 35 leva (about $22) per person to drink all the Beaujolais you can with fromages, pate and all that other tasty French crap that appears to be annoying my gall bladder.



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I need a gal who can make the best of an all-you-can-eat-and-drink situation.
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