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May 24, 2008

What's For Dinner?

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Today we're planning on spending the majority of the day outside working on the garden and the yard. I'm not sure what we'll do for dinner, but most likely something quick and simple and more likely that not I won't make dinner, but we'll pick up some hibachi for Jamison and some sushi for me after a day of hard work. Alexis usually likes to get edamame and rice, but sometimes she gets a cucumber roll, so we'll judge what she wants when the time comes.

What are you having?

P.S.I'm hoping to post a garden update this evening and hopefully it will show the garden completely tilled and plants planted, though we do have all weekend and the weather is supposed to be good so stay tuned! ;o)

Update: 3:54 PM: Catching up with the mowing, which had to be done before the tilling, has proved to be an all day task due to the volume of grass that has been fed by almost non-stop rain the past week or so. I've mowed on and off, but Jamison has done the brunt of the work so I will most likely cook dinner. I'm thinking of making steak sandwiches (on gluten free bread for Jamison) and oven fries...For now the garden update is also on hold. We'll get back to that tomorrow. We're tired, but it's been a productive day.

Posted by Dianne at May 24, 2008 9:35 AM

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I am making a celebration dinner. I just got back from the butcher and bought a small prime rib roast that he seasoned for me. It's actually simple, the oven will do all the work. I bought a mix for Yorkshire puddings that is also easy. I thought I had spinach to make creamed spinach, but I don't(my husband will be glad). I will either roast asparagus or make a side with green beans, I'm not sure.

Posted by: Noelle Markus at May 24, 2008 3:15 PM

That sounds delicious!

Posted by: Dianne at May 24, 2008 4:26 PM

It turned out so delicious. I ended up steaming green beans and tossing them with shallot, balsamic vinegar and olive oil. Tony said it was the best prime rib he ever had, better than any restaurant. Yahoo! We went to the butcher today so I could get more Yorkshire pudding mix for the leftovers that we will eat on Monday. I am craving creamed spinach with bacon sprinkles on top.

Posted by: Noelle Markus at May 25, 2008 7:23 PM

Yorkshire pudding is another dish I've never tried. I think I'm going to have to make some one day.

Posted by: Dianne at May 26, 2008 8:55 AM

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