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PostPosted: Fri Nov 06, 2015 8:20 pm 
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I just had a thought on starting a thread similar to "What's Everybody Listening to Tonight" !

After some great live tunes and movie with Gumby and Lil' Pokey I thought I would settle in with some Prime Buffalo Chicken Wings...
Really tasty plump wings great for the munchies... 8)


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PostPosted: Fri Nov 06, 2015 9:15 pm 
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Oh no Man, I grill my wings now, they mostly come from an oriental guy in the Hamilton Market or from Wegman's in NFNY, mostly huge and basted with Frank's Buffalo Wing sauce or PC Buffalo wing sauce. But I'm still roughly Tony Soprano size so it aint workin' :lol: ...and only crud or salad with that... :shock:

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The Jim's Combo....lots of bacon...mmmmmm

http://www.jimspizzaandpasta.ca/_resour ... -Menus.pdf

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I went bananas and made a complete lasagna from scratch. Right down to grinding the meat and making the noodles.

It be tasty

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Forbes_2 wrote:
I went bananas and made a complete lasagna from scratch. Right down to grinding the meat and making the noodles.

It be tasty


No doubt dude! 8)

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Well, it was last night but Fridays we frequently have some sort of Thai style curry.

Chicken, onions, garlic, celery, (bamboo shoots and sliced water chestnut if available), coconut milk, and a tablespoon or so of green curry paste. Served over rice. Easy.

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I'll be doing a 'beer can' chicken on the BBQ with some baked potatoes and other veggies on the side.

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Zah was last night...tonight it's burgers on the Q...complete w blue cheese red onion and a fine grey poupon :D

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Philosophil wrote:
I'll be doing a 'beer can' chicken on the BBQ with some baked potatoes and other veggies on the side. Yum!

Why would you do that to a poor chicken ,what did it ever do to you?
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Went to Yabo, which is kind of a goth biker-bar restaurant with outstanding food.

I had Lasagna (best I've ever had outside of the family recipe from Italy) and 2 Stellas', my sister had Chicken Milano and me Mum had Crab Tomato Bisque and a truly awesome creation called Scallop Volcano: chopped krab, jumbo lump crab and shrimp mixed with spicy mayo and baked, served with pickled ginger and wasabi aioli on top of 3 jumbo scallops.

Mom didn't think too much of the Volcano but sis and I stepped up and made sure the plate was clean before it got back to the dishwasher. :)

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Boiled wiener water soup, cause I spent my grocery money on audio....

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Ron2112 wrote:
Boiled wiener water soup, cause I spent my grocery money on audio....


Ron you crack me up!!! I use the boiled wiener water to make next days Kraft Diner.... 8)

Tonight I'm going with a pan fried grade AAA Angus top sirloin medallion and baked beans in molasses.


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I call foul. That meat has grill marks...

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Lts, funny you mention KD, missus and I were just discussing how much better the Mac n cheese is when bought fresh outta the heated deli section at Safeway over cooking er at home. I think they use Velveta cheese instead of the powdered "orange death" ya get in the boxes...

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I call foul. That meat has grill marks...


If I were closer I'd just drop by drooling and slobbering on my shirt shamming LTS into sharing::.

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LTS try and put something green on yer plate tonite. Like broccoli. :mrgreen:

And listen to Ron: if you dig the Mac 'n Cheese, forget the Kraft Krap ("orange death" :lol: ) and go for something slightly less processed like this. Had some recently and I was surprised at how delicious it was. Healthy? No. But tasty? Damn straight. And it's good Canadian food.
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