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1/28/01

New Years Dinner

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3 lb prime rib, sauteed onions, shrimp, roasted potatoes and stuffed mushroom caps. Add in a nice bottle of red and I feel FANTASTIC!
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Just some Chinese food! Wish there was a panda emoticon to accompany this; may need to ask Cosmic for some help!
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[quote name='Mr. Irrelevant' timestamp='1357001410' post='1285360']
FOOD!
Phillipino food to be exact.... YUM
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Holla!! Filipinos make the best hot dogs, omeletts, pork buns, roast pig, deep-fried pigs' leg... pretty much anything pig!
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[quote name='flaccopoe' timestamp='1357001719' post='1285368']
Holla!! Filipinos make the best hot dogs, omeletts, pork buns, roast pig, deep-fried pigs' leg... pretty much anything pig!
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Pork Addobo= Amazing!
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[quote name='Mr. Irrelevant' timestamp='1357001788' post='1285369']

Pork [b]Addobo[/b]= Amazing!
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One "d", but yes, pork (or chicken) adobo is fantastic!
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[quote name='Ragin'Raven' timestamp='1357001998' post='1285374']
Chicken tenders and fries. Low key New Year's Eve for me. [B]Spending it with my 4 and 1 year old boys[/b]. :)
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Then you're doing it right with tenders and fries ;)
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[quote name='1/28/01' timestamp='1357002373' post='1285384']
One "d", but yes, pork (or chicken) adobo is fantastic!
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Whatever, the only thing bad bout it is the smell when you are cooking!
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[quote name='1/28/01' timestamp='1357002427' post='1285386']
Then you're doing it right with tenders and fries ;)
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Well I already have one down for the night; the youngest. My oldest will be out I'm thinking by at least 10. Then Mama will probably watch the ball drop. Call my husband, and be in bed by 12:05. :D
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tonite--meatloaf and taters, spaghetti and meatballs, beef enchiladas--forgot I had 2pkgs ground beef and freezer stuffed lol
Tomorrow Kielbasa, sauerkraut and pierogis
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[quote name='INRavensgirl' timestamp='1357058771' post='1285753']
Beerappleporkkraut. I brought the tradition to our house in Indiana. Nomnomnomnom.
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Er. Mah. Gerd....it was DIVINE!!! The beer tenderized the pork plus lent the meat its flavor...and the apple took a lot of the sauer out of the kraut. *happy sigh* An old tradition made new and equally as delicious!
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[quote name='Ragin'Raven' timestamp='1357001998' post='1285374']
Chicken tenders and fries. Low key New Year's Eve for me. Spending it with my 4 and 1 year old boys. :)
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Love me some tenders and fries with a ton of honey mustard
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[quote name='codizzle' timestamp='1357072328' post='1285989']
Love me some tenders and fries with a ton of honey mustard
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My son dips his in ranch dressing. I think every kid dips their food in ranch dressing. :D
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[quote name='Ragin'Raven' timestamp='1357073150' post='1286007']
My son dips his in ranch dressing. I think every kid dips their food in ranch dressing. :D
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My fiance makes fun of me cause I put ketchup on lots of different foods. :)
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