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05/20/2009 06:05 PM

Dinner!!!

tafoya1976
 
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Homemade roasted chicken and roasted vegetable soup with biscuit dumplings.
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05/20/2009 06:35 PM
hatbox121
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mmmmmmmmmmmm...............got extras?

05/20/2009 06:40 PM
Kgrin
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that sounds way yummy.. I'm making home made teryaki chicken with rice.. yummy too

05/20/2009 07:35 PM
tafoya1976
 
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that sounds yummy too =) I made chicken and broccilli stirfry and chicken fried rice for dinner last night (chinese)

05/20/2009 07:36 PM
hatbox121
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It was plain ole pork chops here!

05/20/2009 07:51 PM
tafoya1976
 
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bone or no bone pork chops. i love the ones with the bone still in.

05/20/2009 07:55 PM
hatbox121
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bone in.

05/20/2009 08:13 PM
tafoya1976
 
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nice!!! they just dont have as much flavor or moistness if they dont have the bone in. in my opinion. did you bake them or pan fry them?

05/20/2009 08:18 PM
bits
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I like the bone in more than boneless. In all my meats. I agree it adds moistness and lots more flavor.

05/20/2009 09:05 PM
Kristy424
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Oh yum!

We had a wonderfully classy meal tonight. The kids grilled succulent ground beef patties, served on fresh Walmart buns with just a hint of tangy red ketchup and Hellmann's smooth and creamy mayonnaise. As an accompaniment to this fine meal, we also enjoyed thinly sliced potatoes, deep fried to to crisp perfection.

Laughing Laughing Laughing

Okay, so it was burgers and chips, but at least I didn't have to make it! Laughing Laughing Laughing

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