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    It's March 26th.,What Is / Was Your DINNER ?

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    mums the word
    Tue Mar 26, 2013 9:40 pm
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    We seem to be tired of everything too and let me tell you I rarely make the same dish in a one month rotation. Of course I am cooking chicken, pork and beef but always in different dishes and different ways and we are still tired of it all. How do people who have the same 14 day rotation stand eating the same stuff over and over. Gag me.

    Just to give your head a spin....I was reading one of my Grandmother's cookbooks from the 1930's today and there were two recipes for...wait for it....TURTLE. Ack! Can't say I have ever seen that before.
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