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    I'm having one of my favorite dishes tonight- a sushi grade tuna steak, pan seared rare, marinated in a little bit of wasabi and tamari sauce, basmati rice, and steamed broccoli
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    ^^that sounds great! i'm jellus...

    i'm making tomato basil soup tonight. i'll just have soup, but 'll make hubby a sandwich to go with his...emmental & ham on sourdough, grilled.
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    Fish & chips.
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    I have a Kashi mushroom spinach pizza for tomorrow night. Yum!
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    We had kip schnitzel with this gawd awful rice, curry, veggie crap concoction. Since moving to europe, it's hard to find find somthing that doesnt contain curry in it. Just cant tolerate the taste.
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    Mexican at a family owned place near my bf's apartment. Amazing homemade food-we usually get queso appetizer, and I get a vegetarian burrito. I can't wait!
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    i have no idea...i'm thinking maybe i'll make some quick soup & salad. or some spinach & black bean tacos.

    or maybe i can talk my hubby into going out to mexican, because that sounds really good now that fashionvictim mentioned it.
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    Mexican sounds soooooo good

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    Got hungry again and made artery clogging, cheese toast with bacon.
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    Mmmm Mexican. We have no good Mexican restaurants here
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    we have at least 10.

    and, it's a small town.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ang View Post
    we have at least 10.

    and, it's a small town.
    I'm jealous
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    Just got through eating our homemade version of Olivie Gardens "Zuppa Toscana" and our own garlic toast. It was tasty and kick ass just like the real one. lol
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    Risotto with roasted butternut squash, shrimp and crab meat. Yummmmm.
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    Teriyaki Beef n' Broccoli with rice.
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