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  • Birthday 03/21/1938

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  1. Invicta

    Whats for Supper...

    Today I did Sea Bass fillet on a bed of julienne vegetables with watercress salad and sautée pototaes.
  2. Invicta

    Whats for Supper...

    Chicken Teriaki and vegetable stir fry with noodles.
  3. Invicta

    Whats for Supper...

    Today we had crudités as a starter, and to follow I had ribeye steak with potatoes and fine beans, and Kay had mushrooms and nut cutlet instead of steak.
  4. Invicta

    Whats for Supper...

    when in France I see Steak Tartare. Raw minced beef. Then there is Bleu which is shown the pan on each side. I once heard someone asked how he wanted his hamburger, and he said bleu. My chef friend says that is very dangerous as the bacteria is on the surface and when you mince, or grind it you spread the bacteria all through. He says he always cooks his meat "pink" except chicken which should be cooked thoroughly all through.
  5. Invicta

    Whats for Supper...

    My mum worked for a butcher once and he said "Never wash meat" but he didn't say why. When you buy a chicken in a supermarket it always says "Do not wash raw chicken."
  6. Invicta

    EZRA 6 and 7

    Ezra 6:15 And this house was finished on the third day of the month Adar, which was in the sixth year of the reign of Darius the king. Ezra 7:1 Now after these things, in the reign of Artaxerxes king of Persia, Ezra the son of Seraiah, the son of Azariah, the son of Hilkiah, Ezra 7:7 And he came to Jerusalem in the fifth month, which was in the seventh year of the king. According to the commonly taught chronology, there are more than 80 years between chapters six and seven. Can this be so?
  7. Invicta

    Whats for Supper...

    I got two sea bream fillets out of the freezer this morning. I had one at lunch time with steamed veggies and the other this evening with salad.
  8. Invicta

    Whats for Supper...

    No ham. My wife is a vegetarian. We use left overs in salad, and we have had it in sandwiches. I always try to remember what herbs we used to use in it. My wife found her original recipe and it used oregano and thyme, but I think we also used basil. Anyway it is very tasty. Today I had lamb chops. new potatoes and vegetables. My wife had Cancoillotte cheese on her potatoes and she also had mushrooms.
  9. Invicta

    Whats for Supper...

    Neither, I use Olive oil as my wife is a vegetarian. Actually I got the spelling wrong. it is Basquaise. And piperade is it spelt like that or should it have an accent, i.e. Pipérade? Some recipe sites have it with and some without. To check, I looked it up in my wife's Lareousse dictionary, and they spell it without, so I suppose that is correct. However the Oxford dictionary has Piperade (also Pipérade) I receive daily recipes from Marmiton.org, a French site and yesterday they had some piperade recipes in it, some of which have ham in them and some don't. That reminded me that my wife used to make it and we used to like it. So I decided to make it. We make it with eggs in it. Some recipes serve it with a rolled omelette, others add it to chicken or fish.
  10. Invicta

    Whats for Supper...

    Piperade Baskaise with ciabata roll.
  11. Show is also an English word. Shew is archaic, When I was young railway stations used to have a sign "ALL TICKETS MUST BE SHEWN." Even at that time it was archaic as we usually used Show, I could not understand what shewn meant.
  12. Invicta

    Whats for Supper...

    Roast chicken breast, baked potato, steamed vegetables, carrot, celery. asparagus and red cabbage.
  13. Invicta

    Homeschool Education

    Home schooling is a full time job.
  14. Invicta

    Way of Life:Friday Church News Notes

    Our church is the only one in our town that is not in churches together. The Catholic Church is a member,. The other churches are gradually adopting Catholic teachings. The Anglicans have mass and confessions and both Baptists churches have lent classes. The Baptist church in the next town, when we visited it a few years ago, had a pastor who said that communion was the earliest tradition in the church. While I was wondering what he meant by "tradition" I missed what he said next, but my wife whispered to me "He believes in transubstantiation." I replied "He can't do." On the way out, my wife said the the pastor, "I didn't know you Baptists believed in transubstantiation." He replied. "You live and learn." Rome doesn't need the inquisition now. the churches are becoming Catholic without realising it. There is one lady who comes to our weekly seniors lunch. We call it the Bethany Lunch. I once invited her to come to a special service, but she said "I can;t come to you as you are not in Churches together." That doesn't stop her coming to the lunch where they get a short gospel message.
  15. Invicta

    Whats for Supper...

    I had chicken and sage and onion sandwich. KFC is not my favourite.