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    Dinner will be balanced meal then last nite .. ceasar salad , steak bbq , bake potatoes with chives, onions and garlic , veggies and garlic bread
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    Just me again so bbq frozen hamburgers and will fry up some bacon for one of the toppings

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    @metro found 8 small meat trays with pork riblets all marked down 30%....each pkg was between $1.00 and $2.00 before the discount. ( these will need to be cooked in my pressure cooker till all the meat falls away from the bones as they are weirdo shapes/thick ends, etc )
    So total was $9.41 once the discounts were applied but I bought some other discounted produce items and then used my AM to get it all for free!

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    @metro found 8 small meat trays with pork riblets all marked down 30%....each pkg was between $1.00 and $2.00 before the discount. ( these will need to be cooked in my pressure cooker till all the meat falls away from the bones as they are weirdo shapes/thick ends, etc )
    So total was $9.41 once the discounts were applied but I bought some other discounted produce items and then used my AM to get it all for free!

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    Burgers on the BBQ, homemade fries and corn on the cob. Ice cream sandwich for dessert.

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    French fries

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    Salmon, homemade mac and cheese and coleslaw.

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    Quote Originally Posted by walkonby View Post
    @metro found 8 small meat trays with pork riblets all marked down 30%....each pkg was between $1.00 and $2.00 before the discount. ( these will need to be cooked in my pressure cooker till all the meat falls away from the bones as they are weirdo shapes/thick ends, etc )
    So total was $9.41 once the discounts were applied but I bought some other discounted produce items and then used my AM to get it all for free!
    Great shop! I used to buy riblets all the time, when they were cheap and we couldn't afford 'real' ribs or other pork cuts. I would boil them to make soup, then do them in the oven with a rib sauce.
    They used to be cheap, really cheap - but no longer.

    Supper tonight was Whopper Wednesday.

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    Turned hubby's leftover tuna burger patties into a tuna casserole and it turned out ok. Even made fried onion for topping.

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    Not a barbie, to much rain. Probably pick-up a pizza.
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    ...turned the bbq on earlier mostly just to give it a good, long cleaning..so now I have pork chops thawing for a BBQ..lol..I bought a 50 lb bag of potatoes a couple of weeks ago on sale for $9.99..I gave a lot away but I still have a lot to use, so think I 'll make oven crispy fries and there's bought coleslaw & macaroni salad in the fridge to go with it..maybe a michelob or 2



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    lasagna, ace buns and salad

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    Bacon sandwiches

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    Chicken cacciatore, egg noodles, oil and vinegar mushroom and cucumber salad and a artisan loaf. Date squares for dessert.

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    Very and I mean very basic spaghetti, I really like it and at the end of the day every one is filled up

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