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« Reply #180 on: June 28, 2008, 07:25:00 AM »

Hey Jody!
Somebody gave my wife a statue of 3 meerkats and they now precide over my pond!
 I ended up with 2 small cheladas. Janelle didnt answer her cell fone.
Redsox won...... Smiley......I dont know who Dr G is, but did we save anybodies life?

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« Reply #181 on: June 28, 2008, 11:15:28 AM »

YAYS for Redsox! Rocketdog is going to have pups! Discovery Health channel,  Dr G Medical Examiner! She does autopsies, finds out why someone died!  She uses pruning loppers to get through the ribcage, says they work better than the "official" expensive tools!  shocked   Have a great day!
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« Reply #182 on: June 28, 2008, 11:25:13 AM »

YAYS for Redsox! Rocketdog is going to have pups! Discovery Health channel,  Dr G Medical Examiner! She does autopsies, finds out why someone died!  She uses pruning loppers to get through the ribcage, says they work better than the "official" expensive tools!  shocked   Have a great day!

I told my wife that when I die, no autopsy, but if my organs are usuable I have always consented to being a donor in case I get hit by a truck or something and someone needs my left knee or liver, etc...

Then, I choose to be cremated and added to smoker fuel for my bees.

Its as simple as checking yes and signing the back of your driver's license, everyone should do this in my opinion.


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« Reply #183 on: June 28, 2008, 11:47:56 AM »

JP, I'm the same, use every part of me to help others.  Whatever is left I want cremated & made into a diamond for the girls. We kid all the time about it.  Amanda says she is going to take me to a pawn shop..Chels is going to sell me on eBay..**sigh**no respect!  They are going to have to both get chandeliers so they can take turns hanging "grandma" up & say "Better be good cause Grandma is watching"!! evil Amanda says she will have the excuse to be rude to smarmy guys hitting on her wearing me as a necklace she can say "No Mother...I can't hit him, No Mother he's not stupid..No Mother.." evil My husband says that if I die from beestings he will keep me on the headboard & make me watch him have sex w/other women...I just laugh & say "I'll be taking notes so good luck with that!!" hehhehheh evil
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« Reply #184 on: June 28, 2008, 06:16:47 PM »

 Now I gotta watch for Dr. G!
I may have seen this show a couple of times.
 I really like "Trauma in the ER".
 Janelle cant watch it..Thats what she says.....She cant watch anything where people are hurt, even movies( For example "Schindlers List")...Shes heard the war stories from her "Oma" about the nazis and death camps so she cant watch things like that.
I tell her that me watching "Trauma in the ER" teaches me things. You never know when you might remember something from this show that may save someones life.

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« Reply #185 on: June 28, 2008, 06:19:14 PM »

  Ok,....back to the matter at hand....How much have you lost JP?
 We ALL wanna know! grin

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« Reply #186 on: June 29, 2008, 12:25:13 AM »

Its as simple as checking yes and signing the back of your driver's license, everyone should do this in my opinion.

Unless of course you don't want to go in to the doctor because of a head cold and be declared legally dead so they can harvest your organs which are worth FAR more to them than your life is, or even a wrongful death suit.
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« Reply #187 on: June 29, 2008, 11:17:04 PM »

  Ok,....back to the matter at hand....How much have you lost JP?
 We ALL wanna know! grin

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John, 10-15 lbs is my best guess, haven't weighed myself and won't until I know I've lost at least 20-25lbs.

Clothes are getting bigger though.

One of the best things about eating healthier is that I'm in better shape and am handling the heat much better than before, when I was eating like a pig. As the body is feeling better I'm more able to exercise longer, I like the mini-trampalene and love walking.


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« Reply #188 on: June 30, 2008, 09:23:17 AM »

I agree JP.  The best thing is having more energy to do those things you really want to put off.   grin  It used to be we would eat a meal and feel tired and want to sit around.  We were taxing our systems with digestion.  Now we get up after a meal and get stuff done. 

Just for curiosity, has anyone eaten Buckwheat Lettuce/Greens?  I bought some seed for planting thinking about the bees, but ran onto a salad thing along the way.  I have read some people are sensitive to it.  Would think it might be like collard greens maybe?  I dunno, my wife and I eat lots of salad type "bunny food" LOL. 

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« Reply #189 on: June 30, 2008, 10:44:14 AM »

I agree JP.  The best thing is having more energy to do those things you really want to put off.   grin  It used to be we would eat a meal and feel tired and want to sit around.  We were taxing our systems with digestion.  Now we get up after a meal and get stuff done. 

Just for curiosity, has anyone eaten Buckwheat Lettuce/Greens?  I bought some seed for planting thinking about the bees, but ran onto a salad thing along the way.  I have read some people are sensitive to it.  Would think it might be like collard greens maybe?  I dunno, my wife and I eat lots of salad type "bunny food" LOL. 

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Wow, I never heard about this, but it sounds interesting. I just love all sorts of greens, and as a women, I need lots and lots of greens. Let us know how it tastes.

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« Reply #190 on: July 04, 2008, 10:40:03 AM »

Last night I threw a fit cause I had no butter in the house!!!

Can you imagine trying to cook wild caught sockeye salmon without butter!!

Well, this is what I did and I didn't miss the butter, at all!! Bathed both sides of the fish with olive oil, added black pepper, a lil hot sauce and course sea salt, I think the sea salt was the ticket.

We had soy beans in the shell with it, my wife calls 'em pea pods with a little lemon and sea salt.

Boy, talking about a fine meal, oh, after I seasoned and oiled the fish I put it on a sheet of aluminum foil on a cookie sheet and added another sheet of foil on top and pinched the sides, cooked at 400F for 9 minutes.

Knock ya socks off!!!


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« Reply #191 on: July 06, 2008, 06:15:00 AM »

My favorite salmon recipe is:

Make a sandwich like this.... start with 1 sheet of aluminum foil.  Slice up one orange and lay the slices down on the aluminum foil.  Add the salmon filet on top of the oranges, skin side down, and leave the skin on.  Frost the top and sides of the salmon in a thick (1/2 cm) frosting of sour cream.  Slice up one lemon and put the slices on top of the sour cream.  Finish with another sheet of aluminum foil and crimp the edges together and bake or grill at 400 degrees for about 13-20 minutes, depending upon the size of the filet (I usually do a BIG filet because even the leftovers are great!).  When done, the sour cream not covered in lemon slices should be kind of light and fluffy.  To eat, simply scrape off most of the sour cream (to your liking) and dig in! 
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« Reply #192 on: July 06, 2008, 11:34:58 AM »

My favorite salmon recipe is:

Make a sandwich like this.... start with 1 sheet of aluminum foil.  Slice up one orange and lay the slices down on the aluminum foil.  Add the salmon filet on top of the oranges, skin side down, and leave the skin on.  Frost the top and sides of the salmon in a thick (1/2 cm) frosting of sour cream.  Slice up one lemon and put the slices on top of the sour cream.  Finish with another sheet of aluminum foil and crimp the edges together and bake or grill at 400 degrees for about 13-20 minutes, depending upon the size of the filet (I usually do a BIG filet because even the leftovers are great!).  When done, the sour cream not covered in lemon slices should be kind of light and fluffy.  To eat, simply scrape off most of the sour cream (to your liking) and dig in! 

Sounds interesting Sarge, my wife likes anything with lemon in or on it. Never knew anyone, still don't that likes lemon better than my wife does. She smothers her broccoli with it.


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« Reply #193 on: July 07, 2008, 09:51:41 AM »

Carumba!!! JP look what you have done!!!  Now it is almost 7:00 in the mornin' and I am thinking of dinner.....we are picking lettuce from the garden...thats about it, but boy good green salads.  I love the Hollandaise sauce my Husband makes to put on our green vegies, and the white sauce I put on steamed cabbage.  Oh yes, forgot, we are also eating Swiss chard, with white sauce, and a little garlic munched in.  Dreamin' of dinnertime and what we can munch.  Beautiful and the most lovely day we can all muster up.  Cindi
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« Reply #194 on: July 07, 2008, 10:31:47 AM »

Carumba!!! JP look what you have done!!!  Now it is almost 7:00 in the mornin' and I am thinking of dinner.....we are picking lettuce from the garden...thats about it, but boy good green salads.  I love the Hollandaise sauce my Husband makes to put on our green vegies, and the white sauce I put on steamed cabbage.  Oh yes, forgot, we are also eating Swiss chard, with white sauce, and a little garlic munched in.  Dreamin' of dinnertime and what we can munch.  Beautiful and the most lovely day we can all muster up.  Cindi


Cindi, what's this white sauce, can you describe it?


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« Reply #195 on: July 07, 2008, 10:49:46 AM »

JP, oh white sauce, others may know it by a different name.  My white sauce is a base of butter and flour mixed to a thin consistency, with of course sea salt to enhance flavour.  It is heated and milk is slowly drizzled in until it is the thickness consistency that is nice.  It is very simple, and oh it is so good.  Carrots, peas, cabbage, collard greens, Swiss chard, any vegetable that one likes to make, the white sauce is fabulous.  Now and then too I will add grated cheese to it, once it has thickened and then I think it a little more with milk, the cheese makes it rather thick.  Oh, yes, a good dinner comin' on tonight with white sauce.  Beautiful and most wonderful day, lovin' and livin' it the best we know how.  Cindi
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« Reply #196 on: July 07, 2008, 12:23:20 PM »

JP, oh white sauce, others may know it by a different name.  My white sauce is a base of butter and flour mixed to a thin consistency, with of course sea salt to enhance flavour.  It is heated and milk is slowly drizzled in until it is the thickness consistency that is nice.  It is very simple, and oh it is so good.  Carrots, peas, cabbage, collard greens, Swiss chard, any vegetable that one likes to make, the white sauce is fabulous.  Now and then too I will add grated cheese to it, once it has thickened and then I think it a little more with milk, the cheese makes it rather thick.  Oh, yes, a good dinner comin' on tonight with white sauce.  Beautiful and most wonderful day, lovin' and livin' it the best we know how.  Cindi

Adding cheese maikes it Hollandese.
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« Reply #197 on: July 07, 2008, 12:31:04 PM »

I make this sauce also and add spices and herbs to it. Delicious!!!!

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« Reply #198 on: July 07, 2008, 08:55:58 PM »

I don't know, that white sauce scares me a bit, I like butter and I like olive oil, love sea salt, hot sauce, and I like that bragg's stuff too.

I'm gonna have to think about that sauce some more, don't wanna get nightmares ya know.


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« Reply #199 on: July 07, 2008, 09:05:07 PM »

MMMMnnnnmmm, white sauce!!  grin  I make it also.  It's good with cheddar cheese then put eggs in & bake!  You can also add parmasan or probably any other type cheese, most herbs, GARLIC , onions..it's a very useful thing to know!  Think I'm gonna make some w/terragon for my green beans tonight! Jody
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