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We went to lunch with our son today - he wanted to treat Randy for Father's Day. We went to a restaurant that we've wanted to try. Hubs had chicken parmesan. My mom had a ground prime rib burger.  Josh and I had the fish and chips. It was the best fish I've had in a long time. The fries weren't so great, but I'd go back for the fish again (hubs and son loved the fries).

 

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Last night we had our first men's dinner, basically a Father's Day celebration. Of nine men members, 8 came, and 6 visitors. They had a good time, enjoyed the food, the fellowship, and the message.

Pulled pork barbecue sandwiches, cole slaw, pasta salad, baked beans, stuffed eggs; apple pie, blackberry cobbler, and ice cream for dessert.

I had a sausage muffin. 

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10 hours ago, Jim_Alaska said:

Let me guess Alan; they served Chinese food?  :4_12_2:

Sad to say, no.

I do though enjoy all of the fellowship dinners very much, so, I am not too concerned whether or not they have Chinese dishes.

If I want a real good Chinese dinner I just ask my wife.

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19 minutes ago, Jim_Alaska said:

We enjoyed pizza two nights ago, had to drive 40 miles one way to get it though.  😞

We didn't need to drive for it. We had frozen pizza...but we always doctor it up with extra meat and veggies, etc. 

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I hear you. On Tuesdays Papa Murphy's has a large multi-topping for $12. We have gotten that in the past. It still requires baking, but it's nice to have everything all prepped. Plus it's a truly large pizza so -  leftovers.

I'm not sure what we'll have for dinner tonight. Probably a mish-mash. Tomorrow night we'll be eating pizza with our missionaries and the couple who has opened their home for the missionaries to stay. I'm so stoked!

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Visiting my wife's family in Alabama is corrupting me at the dinner table.  Had fried breaded catfish, fried okra, fried green tomatoes, and turnip greens.  I was doing well until I horrified them by dousing my catfish in malt vinegar and then refusing to put sugar in my tea.

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On 7/8/2018 at 7:45 AM, 2bLikeJesus said:

Visiting my wife's family in Alabama is corrupting me at the dinner table.  Had fried breaded catfish, fried okra, fried green tomatoes, and turnip greens.  I was doing well until I horrified them by dousing my catfish in malt vinegar and then refusing to put sugar in my tea.

You just horrified my wife and myself also ----- traumatized for life!!!!!!

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I don'tave an appetite at the moment.  Food that I used to love seems unappetising.  Saw the Dr today and I have to have a camera down to my stomach which I am not looking forward to.  I did spaghetti bolognese todat as a friend was coming and he likes my spaghetti bolognese, but then I found out that he is a vegetarian,  I always make it vegetarian for my wife, but then add the meat for me, so I hsad more meat today.

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My wife and I grill all year. But grilling here in summer is an unpleasant task, it has been 108 degrees for almost a week. I think your temps are much better being farther north and near the ocean.

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