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Lunch 2019


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Off on a small errand excursion today. I wanted sushi and many a recent discussion about Burger King prompted Deb to get a Whopper.

Neither of us have had one in many a year. I think Deb was disappointed eating it, and I was happy I chose otherwise just looking on.

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I just said hi on the dinner thread but also here I want to say hi again. So happy to be back! Looking forward checking what you have been cooking! 

 

Today we had a yellow tail snapper. Some sauté chards, shishito peppers and Ezekiel bread (just for me). 

 

 

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1 hour ago, Franci said:

I just said hi on the dinner thread but also here I want to say hi again. So happy to be back! Looking forward checking what you have been cooking! 

 

Today we had a yellow tail snapper. Some sauté chards, shishito peppers and Ezekiel bread (just for me). 

 

Ha my 97 year old dad bought Ezekiel bread by accident a while back. It looked like his Trader Joe raisin bread. He whooped today as last slice was gone!

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1 hour ago, Franci said:

I just said hi on the dinner thread but also here I want to say hi again. So happy to be back! Looking forward checking what you have been cooking! 

 

Today we had a yellow tail snapper. Some sauté chards, shishito peppers and Ezekiel bread (just for me). 

 

 

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So happy to see you!  Welcome back!  

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 Chicken and cheese quesadillas but the highlight was the salsa.  Salsa.  I added it to my shopping cart on a whim when I placed my grocery order intending to use it as a shortcut shakshuka base. It should come with a padlock so I don’t stand in front of the fridge just spooning it into my mouth. 😂

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Anna Nielsen aka "Anna N"

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Put a pot of Good Mother Stallards on in the IP before I went to church. Came home and on a whim made a bit of potato salad and fried up some cornbread hoecakes.

 

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A strange lunch even for me! One of the difficulties of placing a grocery order and trusting someone else to choose your produce is that their tastes may not be your tastes and their estimate of  ripeness  may vary greatly from your estimate of  ripeness.  Even so I should have noticed how hard this pear was before I cut into it. I have felt curling stones with more give than this pear had. But too late. I had already cut into it and so I reached deep into my imagination and sautéed it in butter. Didn’t get any riper but it did get a bit softer.  And so lunch was sautéed pear, blue cheese and Breton crackers.  

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 Eggs in salsa with toast triangles.  

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Lunch today. I had some defrosted cod in the fridge and as well some edamame. I didn’t feel like a stew dish, I wanted more a salad. So in 5 minutes I put this together. Afterthought, the onions didn’t belong there. I wish I had a mix of forbidden rice and quinoa with some ginger scallion oil to go with it. But not bad. 

 

 

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I really wanted a slice of pizza with mushrooms and pepperoni. Usually I could find one in my freezer but not today.

 

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Mushroom, pepperoni and cheese frittata. 

 

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Lunch at home...leftover salmon that we had cooked on a cedar plank on the grill, drizzled a little sesame/ginger dressing over and sprinkled everything bagel seasoning on top. Open face on wheat bagel.

 

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"Only dull people are brilliant at breakfast" - Oscar Wilde

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Kimchi pancake with black vinegar and soy sauce for dipping. 

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@Anna N I would gladly have your pancake for snack now. 

 

Lately I’d be happy just eating salads. This was quite rich: radicchio, arugula, spinach, sucrine, radishes, red onion, tuna under water, sardines, boiled egg and corona beans and a leksands rye crisp bread. 

 

 

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