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Flourgirl, 17 May 2005
Posted 6 September
Ham and salad in French Bread
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Posted 7 September
Bacon, egg, cheese on toasted English muffins.
Posted 8 September
Home now. Ham chips and onion rings. Had plenty of vegetables for buffet lunch in Flunch before catching the ferry to return home.
Posted 10 September
Asparagus, green beans, and smoked salmon with French bread.
Posted 11 September
Baked potato, tomatoes, mushrooms, chicken and onion in gravy, carrots and runner beans.
Last night was English peas, broccoli, and venison loin steaks (my sons kill a lot of deer) . Tonight my Wife and daughter will be gone to a meeting; so it will probably be Hardee's....
3 month old freezer-burnt DQ ice cream, lol.
Posted 12 September
I don't think there is much in my freezer less than three months old. One of my freezers has raspberries which are up to 2 years old. I suppose I will have to use them soon.
When I was able bodied, I picked raspberries every year. I made pies, I canned jam, and ate fresh ones on cereal or oatmeal. I froze the "leftovers" and they kept well in the deep freeze for at least a couple years and tasted delicious half-frozen mixed with other fruit in fruit salad.
I plan to do salad this evening.
Posted 12 September
Changed my mind. I did asparagus and grilled tomatoes with wholewheat bread and butter.
20 Sept. Still eating. I was our harvest thanksgiving today. A number of new people in our service this afternoon, followed by our harvest tea.
Posted Thursday at 8:41 PM
Posted Friday at 10:20 AM
steak dinner from Outback steak house
Posted Friday at 6:39 PM
Home made soup with wholegrain bread.
Posted Saturday at 4:40 PM
Last night we had hamburger gravy over mashed potatoes. Today will be spaghetti.
Posted Saturday at 11:49 PM
Posted Sunday at 6:12 AM
Yesterday evening I did think of doing pizza, but didn't really fancy it. I had some tomatoes from the garden that had bits that needed cutting out and cooking, so I did a sort of gratin. Chopped the tomatoes, some onion and red pepper and added smoked bacon bits (lardons) to mine and mushrooms for Kay. Put them into two gratin dishes, added some garlic and parsley and put in the oven for ½ hour or so till they were cooked and topped mine with grated Cheddar cheese and Kay's with sliced goats cheese, put them back in the oven till the cheese was melted, then served it with wholegrain bread and butter.
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