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Old 14-Apr-2011, 01:15 AM (01:15)     61        43339
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Fried potatoes, eggs, and sausage... Oh, baby, you are sexeh...
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Fritata filled with onion, green peppers, and spinach. Washed it down with a glass of wine. I think I'm going to go get some beer and pork-rinds. I just did my taxes. I had the maximum amount withdrawn, but I'm getting almost enough back to go out for a decent dinner.
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Maizena, coffe and buttered toast.
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A free sample of key lime pie-flavored gum...I feel just like Violet Beauregard lol. Wait...is my head getting bigger???
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tuna and corn. Both from separate cans. I'm in a huge work rush, pressure.
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Just ate scallops fried in butter... about to make some chai-spice cookies (sugar cookies with cinnamon, clove, cardamom, ginger, and vanilla extract baked into them).
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Old 19-Apr-2011, 02:04 AM (02:04)     67        43410
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casserole I made last night- Stuffing with steak, onions, mushrooms, and celery mixed in, under a layer each of green beans, cream of mushroom soup, and french fried onions.

Mmmmmm......
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Old 21-Apr-2011, 04:12 AM (04:12)     68        43433
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Nummyfishie, asparagus, and au gratin potatoes.

I need to remember to not leave the potatoes in too long, next time. They're good, but the cheese and stuff kinda separated, and is not so creamycheesey. It's mostly just cheesey.
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Old 22-Apr-2011, 03:14 AM (03:14)     69        43444
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I just ate dinner at a Vietnamese restaurant with my Vietnamese friend. I told him to get me a bowl of whatever he likes to eat. I ended up with soup containing beefsteak, tripe, oxtail, and chunks of tendon. The tripe was surprisingly good, kind of like chewy squid that pops when you bite it. The tendon was f'ing horrible. I only tried to eat one piece of it, chewed on it for a minute, then just closed my eyes and swallowed. I didn't even try to pick the tiny shreds of meat of the oxtail. Overall it was pretty good, but to be honest my stomach does feel a little rough.
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Tripe is really good when it's made well, which isn't often in my never humble opinion... My grandmother used to make it, and when she did you'd think it was just a really good beef soup provided you uh... Didn't look at the soup.

I has italian sausages, and I mixed broccoli and mushrooms into my potatoes au gratin from last night. The overall result is win.
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Old 23-Apr-2011, 02:41 PM (14:41)     71        43451
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Ratatouille that I made yesterday, sprinkled with cheddar cheese. Nom.
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Kashi cereal...aka twigs and bark.
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Kashi cereal...aka twigs and bark.


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Old 25-Apr-2011, 07:31 PM (19:31)     74        43463
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Have you looked into feverfew? http://www.umm.edu/altmed/articles/feverfew-000243.htm
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Kashi cereal...aka twigs and bark.
Kashi's not that bad... Not the stuff I usually pick up, anyways. It's a little more dense and fibrous than other cereals, but I like it.

I've been known to eat it plain, right out of the box.

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I have several feverfew plants. ...Should dry some and use it once in a while.

I just ate some pasta in garlic butter, with broccoli, carrots, and peas. It could have done without the peas... For dinner- Lentil stew!
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Beer and fried calamari covered in lemon juice and then dipped in melted butter. nom nom nom
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Old 26-Apr-2011, 05:02 AM (05:02)     77        43473
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Kashi's not that bad... Not the stuff I usually pick up, anyways. It's a little more dense and fibrous than other cereals, but I like it.
High protein, low cholesterol, and of course fiber. Don't under-appreciate the fiber lol.

I have several feverfew plants. ...Should dry some and use it once in a while.

Dried herbs are always good to have on hand...whatever's in your grimoire.


I just ate some pasta in garlic butter, with broccoli, carrots, and peas. It could have done without the peas...
Don't diss the peas! They pop when you bite them...doesn't get much more fun than that!
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Old 27-Apr-2011, 03:37 AM (03:37)     79        43479
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So it is my random recipe night apparently, never to be duplicated again. I am attempting to make a shepherd's pie with lentils, onions, portobello mushrooms, zuchinni, carrots and various seasonings from my cabinet. Oh it is topped with mashed potoatoes. It is baking now. So, we'll see how it goes. Maybe I'll just whip out that apple pie that's been calling to me too.
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Old 27-Apr-2011, 07:51 AM (07:51)     80        43482
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I have several feverfew plants. ...Should dry some and use it once in a while.

Dried herbs are always good to have on hand...whatever's in your grimoire.
Yes, but using dried makes my grandmother hit me in the head with a wooden spoon, mentally, unless it's something I have planned to use ahead of time... Most -spices- I keep dried and around. Herbs? Fresh, fresh... Rarely dried.

This, coupled with my bad (?) habit of energy work sans "stuff", means my grimoire doesn't have much of an ingredients list for me to keep on hand. :P


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I just ate some pasta in garlic butter, with broccoli, carrots, and peas. It could have done without the peas...

Don't diss the peas! They pop when you bite them...doesn't get much more fun than that!
Peas: They are good in split pea soup, and in salad. That's about it. If you're gonna cook 'em, dry 'em first and cook them till there's no discernible pea left!


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So it is my random recipe night apparently, never to be duplicated again. I am attempting to make a shepherd's pie with lentils, onions, portobello mushrooms, zuchinni, carrots and various seasonings from my cabinet. Oh it is topped with mashed potoatoes. It is baking now. So, we'll see how it goes. Maybe I'll just whip out that apple pie that's been calling to me too.
That sounds strangely delicious.

More lentil soup, tonight. Split pea tomorrow.
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Old 27-Apr-2011, 11:07 PM (23:07)     81        43490
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Two pieces of bacon, one egg, and the last of my lentil soup I made.

I'm still hungry. >.< *breaks out the fig newtons*
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Pringles, plain.
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*breaks out the fig newtons*
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That is awesome. Thank you, Peregrinus.
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AspenMama,"Where the air is thin" Many things are thin in Pitkin Co.
Is Ute City Bank still around? And ASTC?
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Chocolate cake! It was the bosses birthday, and there was devil's food cake... Light on the frosting, which is how I like it...

...Except that it had the GOOD (read, LARD) frosting, and holy shit, it was chocolate and chocolate and more chocolate. I need a cake for myself, now! Cause like, I am seriously having a hankering for chocolate, lately.
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lots of blackberries
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Mmmm. Blackberries.

333, you should blog about the yumtasticness of blackberries. :P
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I don't blog, or vlog to previous discussed reasons. Alas I'm out of blackberries, now I'm moving to raspberries.
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Also yumtastic.
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