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Maybe Mel’s sprinkler dude looks like door # 1?
And Mel’s just keeping him all for herself.
Yup....selfish!
COME ON.......
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Maybe Mel’s sprinkler dude looks like door # 1?
And Mel’s just keeping him all for herself.
Yup....selfish!

COME ON.......

Maybe Mel will be sly and get some pics of him while he's working in her yard?

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Good morning everyone.
Yup.....after we indulge in 4th of July celebrations we plan to cut way back on our food in take.
Time to shed another 20 .........so meanwhile watermelon, corn on the Cobb, baked beans, and ribs sound good for the 4th of July meal.
So what else is going on these days.
Any new projects?
Like Baby Bear sauna shack......thats a nice perk.
No likes for you on this. Not when I spent Monday afternoon with a dental surgeon letting him remove a back molar. And I was just sitting here reading posts and trying to think of what the hell I could eat and you come around talking about baked beans. ribs and corn on the cob AND watermelon too. WELL forget all that--it's bad enough that I was cheating on the pudding and jello which the "what you can eat post extraction" sheet says when I was dipping my sourdough toast in my coffee this morning so I could swallow it without chewing.

I guess I'll go look in the cupboards and refrigerator again--but there's lots of stuff (it takes cooking to make it ready to eat though and most of it needs chewing).

And I had my heart set on a big batch of beef stroganoff when I was at the store and picked a slab of beef to make it with (which I sadly stuck in the freezer for use at a later date)

Eggs I guess--anyone with brilliant ideas--for food you don't have to chew?

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How about a 12 pack Bug ?
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How about Beaumonts DW’S recipe.....”Smashed Potato’s”.........
There now.....whats next?
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No likes for you on this. Not when I spent Monday afternoon with a dental surgeon letting him remove a back molar. And I was just sitting here reading posts and trying to think of what the hell I could eat and you come around talking about baked beans. ribs and corn on the cob AND watermelon too. WELL forget all that--it's bad enough that I was cheating on the pudding and jello which the "what you can eat post extraction" sheet says when I was dipping my sourdough toast in my coffee this morning so I could swallow it without chewing.

I guess I'll go look in the cupboards and refrigerator again--but there's lots of stuff (it takes cooking to make it ready to eat though and most of it needs chewing).

And I had my heart set on a big batch of beef stroganoff when I was at the store and picked a slab of beef to make it with (which I sadly stuck in the freezer for use at a later date)

Eggs I guess--anyone with brilliant ideas--for food you don't have to chew?

Drat!!!

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Ugh, I'm sorry to hear that.

Mashed potatoes? Soup, soup and more soup? Yogurt? Noodles and sauce if you keep the noodles small?
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How about a BIG bag of Cracker Jack ? Peanuts ? Frozen Snicker Ice Cream Bar ?
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Left early this morning to haul s-beans to the processor - trying to work early because of the very high humidity + high temps - about melted yesterday - it thundered and lightning all night - but no rain here , it was all around us , looks like some big time rain SW of us now , need to mow the dog lot when the dew gets off . And Good morning everybody
Northwest weather--yesterday was a very nice 74 degrees in Portland and I had the joy of spending part of the afternoon in a dentists chair and by the time I got home and took the various pills I take for sciatica plus the vicoden I took for the extraction that left me with one less molar on the bottom left the only thing left for me to do (since vicoden knocks me out) was sleep until Joey and Clark got me up to fix their dinners, I had to wake Leon up--he had rolled himself up in my blanket and you'd have thought he was the one on vicoden..

Today's weather (as forecast) is only going to 70 degrees (OK with me) but the humidity was 81% at 6:30am. Supposed to get some drizzle off and on today but the clouds just cleared enough that it's partly sunny at the moment.

There's a bunch of stuff I should be doing in the yard but all I want to do is go back to sleep (and I'm not even taking any vicoden--I'm done with that!).
I guess I'll go make some scrambled eggs--but I gotta' say they sound pretty dull. And I'll eat them while reading what everyone is talking about the food they are having on the 4th of July. (This is sort of akin to "eating crow" when you loose an argument..."

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Probably a beef roast here. Not exactly prime rib--I use a tough cut of meat but rub coarse salt all over it to sit overnight, and cook it REALLY slow to rare/medium rare. It ends up just mildly tough instead of shoe leather, but the flavor is good. And I save a lot of money.
Geeze Mel,

I hate your for talking about it--because it reminds me of my yen for stroganoff and the chunk of beef I stuck in the freezer. But I confess that's what I do--not necessarily the coarse salt part but I do cook tough roasts in the crock pot on low heat--takes forever and makes the house smell wonderful and usually ends up fork tender and with a lot of flavor.

Dangit--eggs--I'm starving--eggs it is.

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Man, you guys are all bad--Ken--a 12 pack (even though I'm not much of a beer drinker) sounds pretty good--black russians or scotch or some nice cabernet sound even better but I think the drugs I take all the time (with the big warning on them "no alcohol or marijuana) turn me into a green dwarf or something.

LaDi--I seriously thought about the "smashed potatoes" but I think you have to chew them.

MeadowCat--yeah, mashed potatoes--dripping with butter and sour cream--sounds better than scrambled eggs--or maybe I should have scrambled eggs topped with both smashed potatoes and mashed potatoes washed down with a 12 pack.

I could kick myself for not having soup that I made and froze now-- had just cleaned out the freezer when they called to tell me they were opening up some surgical (tooth pulling) appointments. I'm about yogurted out--I use it to take all the rest of the handsful of pills I take regularly--the dogs and I share: Strawberry, peach and vanilla. And I came home yesterday and made a batch of tapioca pudding--but I want REAL food that I hafta' chew. Hmmm past and sauce--I think there are a couple of carton of sauce from last summers tomatoes still in the freezer.

Later--oh and before I leave on my search for foo--KENNY! You are in big trouble here...Cracker Jacks? Peanuts? A frozen Snickers Ice Cream Bar? I'd about kill for any of them--just wait Ken, I'll think of a just punishment for making me think of stuff like that. I's like an ear worm from someone who just played one of those songs that repeat endlessly. Like Mack the Knife! GAWD--now I've got an ear worm song stuck in my brain.

I really do need food. Soup--I think there is some better than average canned soup in the cupboard somewhere.

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Taping TV Movie now.

Mrs67 won't watch it.
Beau might not be able to stand, the Doberman bashing either...for long LOL.
- back when the original movie aired, I was 16 y/o & thrilled to watch any Dobe movie
- so I will probably still enjoy it again

I remember the bad breed reputation, in public opinion...as we got our 1st girl Tanya, in 1977.
- even my own mother said, those dogs will rip your throat out
- after we got our puppy / a few times...mother even took dog to bed, to nap with her
- so she learned to like the Doberman / but earlier movies like this one...didn't help

Complete Title: They Only Kill Their Masters (1972) - with James Garner.

Synopsis:
A California police chief investigates a baffling death blamed on a Doberman pinscher.
- A small-town California sheriff attempts to uncover facts behind the killing of a pregnant woman by her Doberman pinscher. James Garner stars in this mystery ...
I've got the video, BeauBear! Bought a lot of Doberman movies after I put Axel down.

I have The Doberman Gang movies, too!
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SP - NOW, don't screw them up, says BeauBear..or NO SOUP FOR YOU.

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1 cup all-purpose flour
2 tsp baking powder
1 tsp white sugar
1/2 tsp salt
1 tblsp butter
1/2 cup milk

Directions:

Stir together flour, baking powder, sugar and salt in medium bowl.
Cut in butter with fork.
Stir in milk to make a soft dough.

Drop by spoonful (teaspoon size) into boiling soup.
Cover and SIMMER 15 minutes.
DO NOT LIFT LID
Thanks Beau!

Not lifting the lid is the hardest part!

I will have to guard the pot with Roger. Mister likes to come in and lift lids.

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I just thought of something you can put on Mash Potatoes Bug ! How about some Beacon ?
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I just thought of something you can put on Mash Potatoes Bug ! How about some Beacon ?
Go ahead. Shine a light on Bug's eating habits.
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Mel - has Harry-DogDog been wearing your running shoes again, for his walks ?
- from that position in the photo, looks like he could just step into them runners

Everyone suffering from Heat Stroke...or everyone sleeping ??

SP - get some makeup on, off work it NOT a young girls slumber party...all week long.
- we not buying your lack of JD photo excuses / but you can sure spew them out
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I've got the video, BeauBear! Bought a lot of Doberman movies after I put Axel down.

I have The Doberman Gang movies, too!

BUT....do you have the Columbo episode with the doberman in it? Oh that's right, you don't like Columbo. But that one is cute, worth watching just for the doberman at the end.
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I just thought of something you can put on Mash Potatoes Bug ! How about some Beacon ?
Speaking of Beacon!!!

Lets all dance for Bug!!! So cannot partake in refreshments and what not’s but WE CAN !!!!!! Let Rock!!!

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Left early this morning to haul s-beans to the processor - trying to work early because of the very high humidity + high temps - about melted yesterday - it thundered and lightning all night - but no rain here , it was all around us , looks like some big time rain SW of us now , need to mow the dog lot when the dew gets off . And Good morning everybody
We need rain. And I like thunder and lightening storms even if the dogs don't!

I prefer that it lightening when there is rain so it doesn't start a grass fire.

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Go ahead. Shine a light on Bug's eating habits.
Now Ken is tormenting me with thoughts of misspelled bacon--or maybe Mel has it right--shining a light on my eating habits--mashed potatoes topped with lots of butter and sour cream and more salt with a bunch of real crispy bacon (or beacon)--but I had none in the refrigerator.

I settled for mashed potatoes with too much butter and sour cream and made a big batch (instant potatoes make a reasonable facsimile of real mashed potatoes) so I could later (maybe for dinner could mix a raw egg into them and make potato--um, I don't know what they are called)--fried in butter little round cake like things browned on both sides--yum.

I need a nap.

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Maybe some jello for dessert before the nap.
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We always called them potato cakes.
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Now Ken is tormenting me with thoughts of misspelled bacon--or maybe Mel has it right--shining a light on my eating habits--mashed potatoes topped with lots of butter and sour cream and more salt with a bunch of real crispy bacon (or beacon)--but I had none in the refrigerator.

I settled for mashed potatoes with too much butter and sour cream and made a big batch (instant potatoes make a reasonable facsimile of real mashed potatoes) so I could later (maybe for dinner could mix a raw egg into them and make potato--um, I don't know what they are called)--fried in butter little round cake like things browned on both sides--yum.

I need a nap.

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Maybe some jello for dessert before the nap.
You know what they make jello out of, right?

I don't do jello anymore.

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Maybe Mel will be sly and get some pics of him while he's working in her yard?

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Maybe Mel’s sprinkler dude looks like door # 1?
And Mel’s just keeping him all for herself.
Yup....selfish!
COME ON.......

Mel as we you know - could & can be sly, or even shy for that matter.

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Thanks Beau!

Not lifting the lid is the hardest part!

I will have to guard the pot with Roger. Mister likes to come in and lift lids.

Lifting the dumpling Lid, lets the steam out...which is necessary, to make them fluffy.

SP - gets a quick recipe request fulfilled // Beau ask for JD Pics, and still waiting for days.
- no more recipes for you, until U smarten up

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How about Beaumont's DW’S recipe.....”Smashed Potato’s”.........
There now.....whats next?
LDi - later my dear / request submitted, but Mrs67 still logged into work.

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How about a BIG bag of Cracker Jack ? Peanuts ? Frozen Snicker Ice Cream Bar ?
KEN the MAN ^^ now that's what we Talking about.

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Smashed Potatoes & Skins via Nancy67

Boil small potatoes with skin on until soft.

Let cool.

Place on top of parchment paper on baking sheet

Carefully press down with potato masher.

Brush each with olive oil

Sprinkle with salt; pepper; bit of garlic powder

Bake in 400 degree oven for about 25 minutes depending how crispy you like them
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We always called them potato cakes.
That's what we call here in Indiana too
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You must mean “tater cakes” ........screw all this I now want snickers ice cream bar !!!

Hey Doc, does Amazon deliver stuff to your home address? Or do you have to go pick up your amazon order somewhere ?
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How about a BIG bag of Cracker Jack ? Peanuts ? Frozen Snicker Ice Cream Bar ?
Huh Bug - I see you didn't like my post ! Just trying to help
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