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Old 03-26-2010, 12:41 PM   #351
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The Best Thing Gemma Makes . . .

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OK Yhottys, You definitely intimidate us with your OTT gourmet meals, but you definitely lack in the photographic department, i.e. iPhone photo's. There is a definite imbalance in Gemma's world of expert culinary preparation & presentation -vs- Murray's photographic attempt at capturing the crowning achievements with grainy iPhone photos. Murry you seriously need to invest in an appropriate camera to capture all of Gemma's culinary achievements! LOL! Seriously I really enjoy and envy all you two do! Keep em coming!

Tonight, gourmet pizza!!! woo hoo!
Ah Terry, your assumptions are incorrect.

The best thing Gemma makes is reservations! Murray was a chef and now consults. So it's usually his culinary efforts that you see posted BUT if Gemma wasn't always hanging around at dinner time he would be more than happy to have pizza and burgers every night. Gemma takes the grainy images. If there's a clear image posted it's because Murray took the image with a proper digital camera.

We don't have elaborate, over the top dinners every night. We've been known to pick up Popeye's and serve up saussicons americaines (hot dogs to you and us) on several occasions.

Thanks for your kind words, but we are in no way inspirational. Give us that designation when we figure out how to find the short in our Bambi AND fix it!

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This evening we had pan fried chicken breasts, corn on the cob, and Parmesan noodles.
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Pasta & sauce with turkey meatballs, steamed broccoli & garlic bread.
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Old 04-02-2010, 09:36 PM   #354
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Dad's Birthday Dinner

Buffalo wings and salads!
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Grilled steaks, steamed asparagus & yellow squash, roasted potatoes w/ herbs & garlic
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Old 04-05-2010, 07:29 PM   #356
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Lobster.
April 3rd, 57th Birthday.
Record high temps of 20C,
Seafood in the Maritimes is a way of life.
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Navy beans and green salad.
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Old 04-05-2010, 09:43 PM   #358
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Monthaversary!

Dinner at Pizzeria Bianco in Phoenix.

Pizzeria Bianco

Grilled asparagus and beets with goat cheese to start.

Biancoverde pizza - fresh mozzarella, parmagiano reggiano, ricotta, arugula

Wiseguy pizza - wood roasted onion, house smoked mozzarella, fennel sausage
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Dinner at Pizzeria Bianco in Phoenix.

Pizzeria Bianco

Grilled asparagus and beets with goat cheese to start.

Biancoverde pizza - fresh mozzarella, parmagiano reggiano, ricotta, arugula

Wiseguy pizza - wood roasted onion, house smoked mozzarella, fennel sausage
Leftovers packaged in ye olde take out box below.
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Flummoxed!

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Leftovers packaged in ye olde take out box below.
Your Monthaversary dinner sounded too good, drool was dripping off our chins, so I gave 'em a call, THEY WON'T DELIVER TO US........, . Whats wrong with that???? . We're only 'bout 2000 mi. away . Now what's for dinner?

We're in a quandry about our dinner plans.........., SUGGESTIONS PLEASE!
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Old 04-07-2010, 11:08 PM   #361
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Your Monthaversary dinner sounded too good, drool was dripping off our chins, so I gave 'em a call, THEY WON'T DELIVER TO US........, . Whats wrong with that???? . We're only 'bout 2000 mi. away . Now what's for dinner?

We're in a quandry about our dinner plans.........., SUGGESTIONS PLEASE!
Whatever you do don't have what we jet setters have for dinner:
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Whatever you do don't have what we jet setters have for dinner:
Yhottys: Sent ya a PM.

Now....., back down to earth , tonight it's grilled burgers and condiments! Tough to keep up with the jet setters when you work the graveyard shift! Which brings up another thought......., Would this not really be "What's for Breakfast"?

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What'd You Have For Easter/Passover?

We had roast turkey, brown sugar crusted baked ham, a side of salmon, macaroni and cheese with a panko bread crumb crust, mashed potatoes, gravy, deviled eggs, curly leaf lettuce salad with red and yellow beets, baby heirloom tomatoes and goat cheese, dressed with a champagne vinaigrette. Blueberry cobbler for dessert. Oh, and quite a bit of chocolate bunny parts.

Tonight we had ham and bean soup made with the left over ham bone. Gemma actually got the beans out of the pantry, soaked the beans and pulled the ham out of the refrigerator. What a gal!
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Trying something new: Homemade, Pulled Chicken BBQ (hoagies or possibly over baked potatoes), & Coldslaw
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