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What's for Lunch Today?

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I froze the leftover chili dogs from Labor Day Weekend.

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Pass the ketchup........ :duck:
 

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Impossible Burger (beet and soy protein) Seekh Kebabs. Extra sumac and yoghurt sauce.

Curried spinach (medium spicy) on oil-washed long-grain rice.
 
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Impossible Burger (beet and soy protein) Seekh Kebabs. Extra sumac and yoghurt sauce.

Curried spinach (medium spicy) on oil-washed long-grain rice.
Departure from your usual?

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Jersey tomatoes are in season and they are so big and juicy. Today's lunch is a tomato sandwich with mayo.
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Ok, daughter wanted comfort food she'd made with her grandma ... Vareniki aka pierogis

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Leftovers of this, One-Pan Zucchini Pesto Orzo (NYT Cooking recipe). I made it when I was desperate to use basil and zucchini. Unfortunately I added too much salt somewhere, but I finished it all today.
 
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Last cookout before both kids move to their college apartments. I snatched a couple ears of corn growing wild next door (neighbors who started that patch no longer live there). They aren't great though... Silk tops are brown but most of the cobs have few kernels. So can of corn..

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If it snows tomorrow like predicted, a Ruben from Paramount near the base of Steamboat. Here’s a pic of @Stephen with his prize from last year.
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The ribeye and Cuban sammies also blow wind up my skirt.
 

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Is there a sauce or something other than mayo?
Some people like a balsamic vinegar on it. I have tried it and it is okay but sometimes balsamic vinegar doesn't agree with me, especially if I have wine and balsamic vinegar during the same meal.
 

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My dad misses having to get our kids after school so he made grilled cheese at our house for the mid terms 1/2 day.

Try lobster with mushed avacado lemon juice and some Bermuda onion on toast. I sort of invented it when the store up in Maine was out of mayonnaise.
 

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@Drahtguy Kevin @Stephen You guys know how to find good food at ski areas.
Something like Whydahoe nachos at Grand Targhee.


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