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Meet Your Neighbors / Re: The Diner - Fifty & Nifty!
« Last post by michaelflanagansf on Yesterday at 10:56:05 PM »

it's a typical Italian salad.

I would probably go with Greek olives (Kalamata are my favorite) and cut back on the meat. I might add some avocado to that too. Other than that I'm with Fritz, it looks delish!
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We might end up with one of those as the next governor of Pennsylvania.

They're voting this weekend in Italy. You don't vote until November. So I'll worry about that fascist later.
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Hot Topics / Re: News and Current Events - 2017 - 2022
« Last post by michaelflanagansf on Yesterday at 10:46:18 PM »
Wait. Seriously. You can't do this in California? Because back here you can't escape TV ads for gambling aps for phones--including several, I'm sorry to say, that starred Drew Brees.

Nope. Drive 'em crazy too. We're a big market.
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Meet Your Neighbors / Re: The Diner - Fifty & Nifty!
« Last post by dejavu on Yesterday at 10:37:04 PM »
Well, I'm finishing watching my last game for today, and then off to bed for me. Nighty night everyone! :-*

Good night, Linda.  Hope you get a good rest.
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Meet Your Neighbors / Re: The Diner - Fifty & Nifty!
« Last post by dejavu on Yesterday at 10:36:22 PM »

it's a typical Italian salad.

Romaine: Chopped and made as the base to this Italian salad.

Green Olives: These typically come from a can and are halved leaving a tangy and zesty flavor to the salad.

Mini Pepperoni: Slice up and add into the salad for a sweet and spicy combination.

Genoa Salami: Thinly slice salami that is chewable and ready to eat once served.

Mozzarella Cheese Balls: These mozzarella cheese balls are one of my favorites for texture and adding to the salad.

Artichoke Hearts: Canned and comes perfectly cut for you. Just drain and add right to the salad without the work.

Provolone Cheese: Squared and squishy just the right amount of texture in between all the crunchy.

I like so  many of these things, Chuck, except the pepperoni and the salami.   :laugh:

But I could do something (something different, I guess it would have to be) with the cherry tomatoes, green olives, artichoke hearts, and cheeses.
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Meet Your Neighbors / Re: The Diner - Fifty & Nifty!
« Last post by CellarDweller115 on Yesterday at 09:39:13 PM »
Good night Debs and Auntie!  See you tomorrow!
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Meet Your Neighbors / Re: The Diner - Fifty & Nifty!
« Last post by fritzkep on Yesterday at 09:31:15 PM »
G'nite Debbie!

G'nite Linda!

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Meet Your Neighbors / Re: The Diner - Fifty & Nifty!
« Last post by killersmom on Yesterday at 09:17:36 PM »
Well, I'm finishing watching my last game for today, and then off to bed for me. Nighty night everyone! :-*
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Meet Your Neighbors / Re: The Diner - Fifty & Nifty!
« Last post by CellarDweller115 on Yesterday at 09:11:54 PM »
Looks yummy!


it's a typical Italian salad.

Romaine: Chopped and made as the base to this Italian salad.

Green Olives: These typically come from a can and are halved leaving a tangy and zesty flavor to the salad.

Black Olives: Medium sized olives are best and taste amazing in this salad. They are soft in the salad with a hint of flavor.

Cherry Tomatoes: Slice in half and add fresh tomatoes and brighten this salad up.

Mini Pepperoni: Slice up and add into the salad for a sweet and spicy combination.

Jarred Roasted Red Peppers: Just like they sound, a little spicy. Too much spice, leave out what is best for you and your family.

Genoa Salami: Thinly slice salami that is chewable and ready to eat once served.

Mozzarella Cheese Balls: These mozzarella cheese balls are one of my favorites for texture and adding to the salad.

Artichoke Hearts: Canned and comes perfectly cut for you. Just drain and add right to the salad without the work.

Provolone Cheese: Squared and squishy just the right amount of texture in between all the crunchy.
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Meet Your Neighbors / Re: The Diner - Fifty & Nifty!
« Last post by dejavu on Yesterday at 09:05:51 PM »
Good night, Fritz and Chuck.

I hope to read a little before going to the real bed.


And I'm thinking maybe I won't do so many exercises tomorrow, because I got so tired today.  Will do a few, probably, but should try to overdo it.
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