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    Default What's for Dinner, Wed 1st December

    First day of summer here!!!!! Not that you would know it from the rain we had last night and the grey clouds today!

    Mum was given a voucher for cafe Primos (pasta place) for getting a quote for her pergola and has given it to us. So we are going out for lunch.
    Was going to have pasta for lunch but will switch for tomorrow. So steak, potato bake and veg tonight.

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    We are getting a snowstorm tomorrow - not even close to summer.
    Hopefully the rain will go away for you.

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    I'm making a roast in the crock pot.

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    Enjoy your summer becci. I will be in TOTAL envy..........as I shovel my snow!!!

    Love your avatar............did you make those flowers? They are GORGEOUS! Did you find the pattern on-line?

    I will probably have the spaghetti.........that I was thinking about for tonight, only it didn't happen.

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    Happy day to you Becci & I too love the colors in your avatar.

    Tonight we'll be having Cheeseburgers and potato salad.
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    It's supposed to get down to 27, tonight, and that's coooold for SC. We'll be having a big pot of spaghetti and a fresh loaf of garlic bread to keep us warm.

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    kraut and pork chops w/ lots of garic and tomatoes are in the dutch oven right now. it is cold and snowing here

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    Spaghetti, meat balls, salad, and a fresh loaf of Italian bread
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    pork chops, salad, potatoes

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    Goulash, honey buns, and apples for desert.
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    Oh you all are not going to like me very much .... it's 64 here right now and it's chilly...lol, sorry...not helping

    I'm sure this will make you all feel better, though....

    TURKEY AGAIN. Leftover turkey pot pie....and then, that's it. It's gone. No more freakin' turkey until...well, I don't know when because I have a feeling we're not doing it again next year LOL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by frugalfranny View Post
    Enjoy your summer becci. I will be in TOTAL envy..........as I shovel my snow!!!

    Love your avatar............did you make those flowers? They are GORGEOUS! Did you find the pattern on-line?

    I will probably have the spaghetti.........that I was thinking about for tonight, only it didn't happen.
    Thanks FF. Yep I made them, I sell them through my blog. I've made them specifically for scrappers, although they can be used for anything really. The patterns are ones from home and others I have made up.

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    Well a change of plans. It was Randalls Presentation night at school (end of the year next week for us here). He received an Ecouragement Award from the council! Not bad for a kid who was getting susupended every few weeks until this year!

    Anyhoo Brians stayed home with the littlies (they are not going to like sitting still until 9.30 at night) so seeing as he was having to do the dishes he got fish and chips. I didn't have anything, still full from lunch. Well not really anything. Took Randall for a celebratory Maccas Sundae on the way home.

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    Spaghetti w/meatsauce here. Letting dad doing the cooking too BUT its something quick, simple and that he's great at though.

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    Chicken Parmesana & garlic bread & salad. Son is making it for his culinary arts class! I'm supervising! LOL
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