What is for dinner, January 2013??
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What are you having for dinner tonight????...
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We always do pork on new years. Its good luck and what my mom used to serve for her new years day open house. . So we had bacon and eggs for breakfast and Italian roast pork sandwiches for dinner with baked beans and pasta salad. Apple pie and pumpkin pie for dessert.
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We went to the beach today and on the way home we stopped at a little restaurant on the water called Buzz's. Dh had the coconut shrimp basket and I had the fish sandwich (minus the bun!) and a side salad.
We celebrated a belated Christmas with my parents today (they had the flu last week) so I made ham, green bean casserole, mashed potatoes, oyster dressing, cranberry sauce, and sweet potato casserole with apple pie for dessert.
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Last night was takeout curry for us - as the grocery order has only just arrived this morning.
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