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6 hours ago, PastorMatt said:

Having some fried dough tonight

$5's   $10's   or  $20's  ???

5 hours ago, BrotherTony said:

Also my wife is going to make a side salad when she get's home. 

I like a side salad as long as it is a "side" of beef.  🙄

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12 hours ago, Jim_Alaska said:

Quite a bit of calves liver, smothered in sautéed onions. I have not had this dish for many years, not sure why, but I still love it. It's not for everyone I suppose.

Sounds good to me, Brother! I love calves liver and onions in gravy! I used to have to eat quite a bit of it when I was younger because of anemia. It's great for building the blood! 

For my wife and and I this evening, she decided she wanted chicken nuggets, sliced tomato, and field peas! 🙂 

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53 minutes ago, BrotherTony said:

Sounds good to me, Brother! I love calves liver and onions in gravy! I used to have to eat quite a bit of it when I was younger because of anemia. It's great for building the blood! 

For my wife and and I this evening, she decided she wanted chicken nuggets, sliced tomato, and field peas! 🙂 

I prefer lambs liver, with fried onions and bacon. I have some chicken liver in the freezer and am thinking of making some chicken liver paté.  I have been thinking of other a while but not getting around to it.

I was put off liver many years ago, for a while. After our firm's canteen servup liver that was as tough as if it was made from fried leather.

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2 hours ago, Invicta said:

I prefer lambs liver, with fried onions and bacon. I have some chicken liver in the freezer and am thinking of making some chicken liver paté.  I have been thinking of other a while but not getting around to it.

I was put off liver many years ago, for a while. After our firm's canteen servup liver that was as tough as if it was made from fried leather.

England must be quite different in what is offered in markets. here I have never even seen lambs liver for sale. I'll bet it is good. I do chicken liver quite often, but decided to take a break with the claves liver. I do the chicken liver rolled in four and slowly cooked over moderate heat until browned. I like it plain, just like I described with no added onions or gravy.

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I like it. We used to also get calves liver and pods liver in the stores. Recently  I have only seen lambs liver, it is very cheap. I got some chicken liver a few weeks ago and it was in the "Reduced for quick sale" section.

I have not been eating too well recently.   

The Friday before last friends picked us up and took us to the coffee morning at our church, after that we went to lunch in the restaurant in one of our local garden centres. Halfway through our meal I suddenly felt unwell and collapsed on the table. People were speaking to me but I couldn't answer. A couple of first aiders came over and called my daughter and dialled 999 for an ambulance.  The paramedics too me to the local hospital where I had a number of checks. I was already waiting for an appointment for a 3 day echocardiogram they put me on a drip for the rest  of the day a d sent me home at 11.00 pm. While I was there I  saw the specialist who said I wasn't to drive again till they said I could. I had not been driving much as my eyesight is getting worse. 

At the end of last week I received a package from the hospital which contains a thing I have to stick on my chest for 14 days to measure my heart or something. I haven't used it yet as the instructions are too small for me to read. 

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Invicta, I don't know what Pods Liver is, I don't even know what a Pod is.

I am so sorry to hear of your experience at the restaurant, it sounds serious. What you were sent sounds like a heart monitor; I had one they gave me once and it records what your heart is doing in a given amount of time and records it for the doctor. This tells them if the problem you have is your heart.

You should not wait too long to use it. It is important they they see the records soon so they can deal with any potential problems.

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Invicta, my old friend, please, for your own sake, PLEASE don't wait to use the device the doctors gave you. I had to wear something like that for several weeks so the doctors could take continuously monitored readings on my heart. It's important, and we don't need to lose another brother to heart problems. 

I don't know what Pods liver is either, and I've got many friends over in the UK. Maybe you could expound a bit. We here in the States use calves liver, beef liver, chicken liver, and in my family, some of the time deer liver. I've only seen lambs liver when I lived in Wisconsin nearly 40 years ago, except for the one time I did see it in Georgia when my wife and I lived there over 30 years ago. I tried some, and it was delicious! 

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17 hours ago, Invicta said:

I like it. We used to also get calves liver and pods liver in the stores. Recently  I have only seen lambs liver, it is very cheap. I got some chicken liver a few weeks ago and it was in the "Reduced for quick sale" section.

I have not been eating too well recently.   

The Friday before last friends picked us up and took us to the coffee morning at our church, after that we went to lunch in the restaurant in one of our local garden centres. Halfway through our meal I suddenly felt unwell and collapsed on the table. People were speaking to me but I couldn't answer. A couple of first aiders came over and called my daughter and dialled 999 for an ambulance.  The paramedics too me to the local hospital where I had a number of checks. I was already waiting for an appointment for a 3 day echocardiogram they put me on a drip for the rest  of the day a d sent me home at 11.00 pm. While I was there I  saw the specialist who said I wasn't to drive again till they said I could. I had not been driving much as my eyesight is getting worse. 

At the end of last week I received a package from the hospital which contains a thing I have to stick on my chest for 14 days to measure my heart or something. I haven't used it yet as the instructions are too small for me to read. 

Sir, Do try to keep well following your doctor's advice; prayerfully, f

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