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  1. #1
    krom Guest

    Default my turn to test..lol

    to keep it on tipoic i will describe the glorious meal i made yesterday.

    i went to target and they had the most beautiful t-bone steaks on
    sale..black angus 2 inches thick or more and 2 pounds each for 4 somthing a
    pound like 10 bucks off reg price.

    so i got 4 of those and every tasty pepper and onion grillable veggie i
    could find and chopped the veggies and marinated them in fresh tyme and
    rosemary and oilive oil and fresh garlic and grilled them in a rocket hot
    real wood charcoal fire..

    the smell of the veggie alone had me on my tippy toes floating to the grill
    to inhale the smell and im not a veggies guy..lol

    once the veggies were grilled to perfection i then grilled the giant
    flinstone steaks and had one of the best meals ever!

    my wife is the veggie gal and she looooved the steaks..lol

    we got 4 meals each off those 4 steaks she ate two and i ate over the course
    of two days and the last bit was as good as the first..well almost..lol..the
    first bite was awsome!

    Older i get the more i find it is worth it to treat onself every now and
    then to the good stuff.

    now if i could afford the grassfed shipped to my door stuff the rest of u
    all eat id be great..lol

    im shocked target had such great stuff...never knew..lol

    KROM



  2. #2
    krom Guest

    Default Re: my turn to test..lol

    anyone?..anyone?...



    bueller?


    heh

    KEOM


    "krom" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:h1h5r3$4i7$[email protected]..
    > to keep it on tipoic i will describe the glorious meal i made yesterday.
    >
    > i went to target and they had the most beautiful t-bone steaks on
    > sale..black angus 2 inches thick or more and 2 pounds each for 4 somthing
    > a pound like 10 bucks off reg price.
    >
    > so i got 4 of those and every tasty pepper and onion grillable veggie i
    > could find and chopped the veggies and marinated them in fresh tyme and
    > rosemary and oilive oil and fresh garlic and grilled them in a rocket hot
    > real wood charcoal fire..
    >
    > the smell of the veggie alone had me on my tippy toes floating to the
    > grill to inhale the smell and im not a veggies guy..lol
    >
    > once the veggies were grilled to perfection i then grilled the giant
    > flinstone steaks and had one of the best meals ever!
    >
    > my wife is the veggie gal and she looooved the steaks..lol
    >
    > we got 4 meals each off those 4 steaks she ate two and i ate over the
    > course of two days and the last bit was as good as the first..well
    > almost..lol..the first bite was awsome!
    >
    > Older i get the more i find it is worth it to treat onself every now and
    > then to the good stuff.
    >
    > now if i could afford the grassfed shipped to my door stuff the rest of u
    > all eat id be great..lol
    >
    > im shocked target had such great stuff...never knew..lol
    >
    > KROM
    >
    >




  3. #3
    Ozgirl Guest

    Default Re: my turn to test..lol

    krom wrote:
    > anyone?..anyone?...


    Ok, very nice meal I'll be having something similar tomorrow night.

    >
    >
    >
    > bueller?
    >
    >
    > heh
    >
    > KEOM
    >
    >
    > "krom" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:h1h5r3$4i7$[email protected]..
    >> to keep it on tipoic i will describe the glorious meal i made
    >> yesterday. i went to target and they had the most beautiful t-bone steaks
    >> on
    >> sale..black angus 2 inches thick or more and 2 pounds each for 4
    >> somthing a pound like 10 bucks off reg price.
    >>
    >> so i got 4 of those and every tasty pepper and onion grillable
    >> veggie i could find and chopped the veggies and marinated them in
    >> fresh tyme and rosemary and oilive oil and fresh garlic and grilled
    >> them in a rocket hot real wood charcoal fire..
    >>
    >> the smell of the veggie alone had me on my tippy toes floating to the
    >> grill to inhale the smell and im not a veggies guy..lol
    >>
    >> once the veggies were grilled to perfection i then grilled the giant
    >> flinstone steaks and had one of the best meals ever!
    >>
    >> my wife is the veggie gal and she looooved the steaks..lol
    >>
    >> we got 4 meals each off those 4 steaks she ate two and i ate over the
    >> course of two days and the last bit was as good as the first..well
    >> almost..lol..the first bite was awsome!
    >>
    >> Older i get the more i find it is worth it to treat onself every now
    >> and then to the good stuff.
    >>
    >> now if i could afford the grassfed shipped to my door stuff the rest
    >> of u all eat id be great..lol
    >>
    >> im shocked target had such great stuff...never knew..lol
    >>
    >> KROM




  4. #4
    krom Guest

    Default Re: my turn to test..lol

    heh ty..i mostly wanted to be sure the new setup was working right..lol

    KROM

    "Ozgirl" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]..
    > krom wrote:
    >> anyone?..anyone?...

    >
    > Ok, very nice meal I'll be having something similar tomorrow night.
    >
    >>
    >>
    >>
    >> bueller?
    >>
    >>
    >> heh
    >>
    >> KEOM
    >>
    >>
    >> "krom" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    >> news:h1h5r3$4i7$[email protected]..
    >>> to keep it on tipoic i will describe the glorious meal i made
    >>> yesterday. i went to target and they had the most beautiful t-bone
    >>> steaks on
    >>> sale..black angus 2 inches thick or more and 2 pounds each for 4
    >>> somthing a pound like 10 bucks off reg price.
    >>>
    >>> so i got 4 of those and every tasty pepper and onion grillable
    >>> veggie i could find and chopped the veggies and marinated them in
    >>> fresh tyme and rosemary and oilive oil and fresh garlic and grilled
    >>> them in a rocket hot real wood charcoal fire..
    >>>
    >>> the smell of the veggie alone had me on my tippy toes floating to the
    >>> grill to inhale the smell and im not a veggies guy..lol
    >>>
    >>> once the veggies were grilled to perfection i then grilled the giant
    >>> flinstone steaks and had one of the best meals ever!
    >>>
    >>> my wife is the veggie gal and she looooved the steaks..lol
    >>>
    >>> we got 4 meals each off those 4 steaks she ate two and i ate over the
    >>> course of two days and the last bit was as good as the first..well
    >>> almost..lol..the first bite was awsome!
    >>>
    >>> Older i get the more i find it is worth it to treat onself every now
    >>> and then to the good stuff.
    >>>
    >>> now if i could afford the grassfed shipped to my door stuff the rest
    >>> of u all eat id be great..lol
    >>>
    >>> im shocked target had such great stuff...never knew..lol
    >>>
    >>> KROM

    >
    >




  5. #5
    Alice Faber Guest

    Default Re: my turn to test..lol

    > "krom" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:h1h5r3$4i7$[email protected]..
    > > to keep it on tipoic i will describe the glorious meal i made yesterday.
    > >
    > > i went to target and they had the most beautiful t-bone steaks on
    > > sale..black angus 2 inches thick or more and 2 pounds each for 4 somthing
    > > a pound like 10 bucks off reg price.
    > >
    > > so i got 4 of those and every tasty pepper and onion grillable veggie i
    > > could find and chopped the veggies and marinated them in fresh tyme and
    > > rosemary and oilive oil and fresh garlic and grilled them in a rocket hot
    > > real wood charcoal fire..
    > >
    > > the smell of the veggie alone had me on my tippy toes floating to the
    > > grill to inhale the smell and im not a veggies guy..lol
    > >
    > > once the veggies were grilled to perfection i then grilled the giant
    > > flinstone steaks and had one of the best meals ever!
    > >
    > > my wife is the veggie gal and she looooved the steaks..lol
    > >
    > > we got 4 meals each off those 4 steaks she ate two and i ate over the
    > > course of two days and the last bit was as good as the first..well
    > > almost..lol..the first bite was awsome!
    > >
    > > Older i get the more i find it is worth it to treat onself every now and
    > > then to the good stuff.
    > >
    > > now if i could afford the grassfed shipped to my door stuff the rest of u
    > > all eat id be great..lol
    > >
    > > im shocked target had such great stuff...never knew..lol


    I'm all about the farmstands these days, and the veggie garden. I try to
    only eat local and in-season produce, which around now means that
    strawberries are on the menu a lot. My haul yesterday was a big bunch of
    Swiss chard and another of spinach. The spinach is young and tender, and
    I'll have a big spinach salad for lunch today, along with wilted Swiss
    chard for dinner. I also got a bag of snap peas (mangetout), which I'll
    roast in the next day or two, assuming I can find the great recipe I
    used last week. Bunnies got most of the lettuce in the garden, but I
    still have plenty of arugula. Last night I had a lovely salad of garden
    arugula, garden scallions, tomato (hydroponic from Canada), avocado,
    chopped walnuts, grated parmigiano from a local cheesery, and home-made
    vinaigrette. Yeah, there was some meat (with gravy, no less!), but that
    was really kind of secondary.

    --
    "[xxx] has very definite opinions, and does not suffer fools lightly.
    This, apparently, upsets the fools."
    ---BB cuts to the pith of a flame-fest

  6. #6
    Nicky Guest

    Default Re: my turn to test..lol

    On Sat, 20 Jun 2009 03:03:27 -0500, "krom"
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    >anyone?..anyone?...


    Too busy salivating...

    Nicky.
    T2 dx 05/04 + underactive thyroid
    D&E, 150ug thyroxine
    Last A1c 5.2% BMI 26

  7. #7
    Robert Miles Guest

    Default Re: my turn to test..lol

    What were you testing - your BG?

    Robert Miles

    "krom" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:h1i56k$jb3$[email protected]..
    > anyone?..anyone?...
    >
    >
    >
    > bueller?
    >
    >
    > heh
    >
    > KEOM
    >
    >
    > "krom" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:h1h5r3$4i7$[email protected]..
    >> to keep it on tipoic i will describe the glorious meal i made yesterday.
    >>

    [snip]
    >>
    >> KROM
    >>




  8. #8
    krom Guest

    Default Re: my turn to test..lol

    I was mowing my lawn a couple days ago and in my flower garden i see
    movement and thing wierd a bird..maybe a squiril...

    then it hopped right into my mow path and just sat there..wouldnt budge so i
    cut off mower and look and its a small bunny.

    so i pick it up and chase wife with it...she hates all things critter..lol

    it was sooo soft and cute...

    i put it in the wooded area across the alley..i.e un groomed back lot of a
    bussiness..lol.

    then i finish mowing and look in the flower garden and theres a entire nest
    o bunnies.

    so i put on gloves and move em all..least the ones i could see and grab..one
    ran for it...and across the alley they went...where mom was..i dunno...these
    were pretty big to be nursing..

    Now i dunno what to do..comercial repellants dont work..i cant kill em cause
    well they are cute...and animal control etc would say "we dont do
    bunnies"..nor would humane society take them.

    i did grab some poop of the hated neighbors giant fat cat that likes to turd
    the most fould stuff in MY yard.. and i put it in the hole where they were.


    i feel like farmer krom..lol..i live in the city not wild kindom..i got a
    swuirril in love with me who knocks at my door and leaves bits o food....a
    giant fat pooping cat and now a hoarde o bunnies..and alot of wierd birds
    ive never seen before..


    KROM


    "Alice Faber" <[email protected]> wrote >
    > I'm all about the farmstands these days, and the veggie garden. I try to
    > only eat local and in-season produce, which around now means that
    > strawberries are on the menu a lot. My haul yesterday was a big bunch of
    > Swiss chard and another of spinach. The spinach is young and tender, and
    > I'll have a big spinach salad for lunch today, along with wilted Swiss
    > chard for dinner. I also got a bag of snap peas (mangetout), which I'll
    > roast in the next day or two, assuming I can find the great recipe I
    > used last week. Bunnies got most of the lettuce in the garden, but I
    > still have plenty of arugula. Last night I had a lovely salad of garden
    > arugula, garden scallions, tomato (hydroponic from Canada), avocado,
    > chopped walnuts, grated parmigiano from a local cheesery, and home-made
    > vinaigrette. Yeah, there was some meat (with gravy, no less!), but that
    > was really kind of secondary.




  9. #9
    krom Guest

    Default Re: my turn to test..lol

    no..lol..the new eternal whatever server..i used motz and they changed so
    had to redo my groups and get it set up

    KROM

    "Robert Miles" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:N4k%l.13462$[email protected]. .
    > What were you testing - your BG?
    >
    > Robert Miles
    >
    > "krom" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:h1i56k$jb3$[email protected]..
    >> anyone?..anyone?...
    >>
    >>
    >>
    >> bueller?
    >>
    >>
    >> heh
    >>
    >> KEOM
    >>
    >>
    >> "krom" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    >> news:h1h5r3$4i7$[email protected]..
    >>> to keep it on tipoic i will describe the glorious meal i made yesterday.
    >>>

    > [snip]
    >>>
    >>> KROM
    >>>

    >
    >




  10. #10
    krom Guest

    Default Re: my turn to test..lol

    heh ok thnx just wanted to be sure i set it up right

    KROM

    "Nicky" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]..
    > On Sat, 20 Jun 2009 03:03:27 -0500, "krom"
    > <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    >>anyone?..anyone?...

    >
    > Too busy salivating...
    >
    > Nicky.
    > T2 dx 05/04 + underactive thyroid
    > D&E, 150ug thyroxine
    > Last A1c 5.2% BMI 26




  11. #11
    Nicky Guest

    Default Re: my turn to test..lol

    On Sun, 21 Jun 2009 02:20:33 -0500, "krom"
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    >i feel like farmer krom..lol..i live in the city not wild kindom..i got a
    >swuirril in love with me who knocks at my door and leaves bits o food....a
    >giant fat pooping cat and now a hoarde o bunnies..and alot of wierd birds
    >ive never seen before..


    LOLOLOL - I hope you go out in striped dungarees with a large floppy
    hat

    Really strong, deep fencing or a gun is about the only defence I know
    against bunnies. And you have to be a good, fast shot...

    Nicky.
    T2 dx 05/04 + underactive thyroid
    D&E, 150ug thyroxine
    Last A1c 5.2% BMI 26

  12. #12
    RodS Guest

    Default Re: my turn to test..lol

    krom wrote:
    >

    Lots of luck mate someone bought a couple here a hundred or so years ago
    now we got hundreds of millions, they are classed as vermin here, if you
    find a way to get rid of em let me know we could make millions :-)

    >
    > i feel like farmer krom..lol..i live in the city not wild kindom..i got a
    > swuirril in love with me who knocks at my door and leaves bits o food....a
    > giant fat pooping cat and now a hoarde o bunnies..and alot of wierd birds
    > ive never seen before..
    >
    >
    > KROM


  13. #13
    krom Guest

    Default Re: my turn to test..lol

    Noooo1..cant shoot..they is so cute yet i hate em!..lol

    KROM



    "Nicky" <[email protected]> wrote >
    > Really strong, deep fencing or a gun is about the only defence I know
    > against bunnies. And you have to be a good, fast shot...
    >
    >



  14. #14
    krom Guest

    Default Re: my turn to test..lol

    rabits is dang tastey...i just wouldnt eat a city one here..lol..in my back
    yard i grow food in pots cant trust the soil..

    KROM

    "RodS" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:h1l1ta$v7n$[email protected]..
    > krom wrote:
    >>

    > Lots of luck mate someone bought a couple here a hundred or so years ago
    > now we got hundreds of millions, they are classed as vermin here, if you
    > find a way to get rid of em let me know we could make millions :-)
    >
    >>
    >> i feel like farmer krom..lol..i live in the city not wild kindom..i got a
    >> swuirril in love with me who knocks at my door and leaves bits o
    >> food....a giant fat pooping cat and now a hoarde o bunnies..and alot of
    >> wierd birds ive never seen before..
    >>
    >>
    >> KROM




  15. #15
    W. Baker Guest

    Default Re: my turn to test..lol

    Nicky <[email protected]> wrote:
    : On Sun, 21 Jun 2009 02:20:33 -0500, "krom"
    : <[email protected]> wrote:

    : >i feel like farmer krom..lol..i live in the city not wild kindom..i got a
    : >swuirril in love with me who knocks at my door and leaves bits o food....a
    : >giant fat pooping cat and now a hoarde o bunnies..and alot of wierd birds
    : >ive never seen before..

    : LOLOLOL - I hope you go out in striped dungarees with a large floppy
    : hat

    : Really strong, deep fencing or a gun is about the only defence I know
    : against bunnies. And you have to be a good, fast shot...

    : Nicky.

    When we had a large dog(vicky, a husky) even though she was on a long
    chain, we had no bunnies arond. Once she was gone, I see them all the
    time on the lawn and checking out my flower beds. Vicky was a great
    hunter, eventhough never allowed to run free. She is the clever one who
    learned that to chase squirrels you don't run after them, but run to the
    nearest tree to which they would run to climb to safety. Even on a leash,
    she came close several times.

    Wendy

  16. #16
    krom Guest

    Default Re: my turn to test..lol

    Yeah wife doesnt like critters of any size and i dont like cleaning anyone
    or anything elses poop.

    KROM

    "W. Baker" <[email protected]> wrote
    > When we had a large dog(vicky, a husky) even though she was on a long
    > chain, we had no bunnies arond. Once she was gone, I see them all the
    > time on the lawn and checking out my flower beds. Vicky was a great
    > hunter, eventhough never allowed to run free. She is the clever one who
    > learned that to chase squirrels you don't run after them, but run to the
    > nearest tree to which they would run to climb to safety. Even on a leash,
    > she came close several times.
    >
    > Wendy




  17. #17
    BlueBrooke Guest

    Default OT: Farmer Krom (was Re: my turn to test..lol)

    On Sun, 21 Jun 2009 14:26:47 -0500, "krom"
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    >Yeah wife doesnt like critters of any size and i dont like cleaning anyone
    >or anything elses poop.


    LOL! I was going to suggest a dog -- or cats -- but the poop could be
    the least of your problems with that solution. Our "kids" like to
    bring home trophies. :-)

    I don't know if our German Shepherd has tired of the chase, or if the
    bunnies have decided it is more prudent to live elsewhere (I doubt
    it), but it's been several months since we've found evidence of the
    carnage on the front porch. So the poop issue could definitely be the
    deal-breaker, since that is never ending. ;-)

  18. #18
    Jacquie Guest

    Default Re: Farmer Krom (was Re: my turn to test..lol)


    "BlueBrooke" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]..
    > On Sun, 21 Jun 2009 14:26:47 -0500, "krom"
    > <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    >>Yeah wife doesnt like critters of any size and i dont like cleaning anyone
    >>or anything elses poop.

    >
    > LOL! I was going to suggest a dog -- or cats -- but the poop could be
    > the least of your problems with that solution. Our "kids" like to
    > bring home trophies. :-)
    >
    > I don't know if our German Shepherd has tired of the chase, or if the
    > bunnies have decided it is more prudent to live elsewhere (I doubt
    > it), but it's been several months since we've found evidence of the
    > carnage on the front porch. So the poop issue could definitely be the
    > deal-breaker, since that is never ending. ;-)
    >

    I had a cat that always brought home something when she snuck out of the
    house. A couple of times it was baby snakes.. We live on 5 acres in the
    desert so we do get bunnies but not so much in the backyard anymore since
    the coyotes come in for their morning and afternoon drink. My dogs go nuts
    when the coyote come in(Dogs have separate yard that opens to the
    porch....water fall stream pond is in open backyard) Coyotes ignore dogs
    pretty much...I have even seen one lie down for a nap under a tree during
    hot weather....Dogs are barking like crazy and the coyote is sleeping...LOL.
    Krom, don't think your wife would like it here...last Summer I opened the
    front door and there was a tarantula there to greet me on the porch...LOL
    I don't like bugs in my house they can stay outside



  19. #19
    Robert Miles Guest

    Default Re: my turn to test..lol

    "krom" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:h1l9mu$66m$[email protected]..
    > rabits is dang tastey...i just wouldnt eat a city one here..lol..in my
    > back yard i grow food in pots cant trust the soil..
    >
    > KROM
    >
    > "RodS" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:h1l1ta$v7n$[email protected]..
    >> krom wrote:

    [snip]
    >

    My mother and father must have liked them overcooked, then. My
    father raised rabbits, occasionally killed one and took it to my mother
    for cooking, and the result was much like chicken roasted until it was
    too dry.

    Robert Miles



  20. #20
    krom Guest

    Default Re: Farmer Krom (was Re: my turn to test..lol)

    ewwww.."carnage" AND poop...<<shudder>>

    KROM

    "BlueBrooke" <[email protected]> wrote
    >
    > LOL! I was going to suggest a dog -- or cats -- but the poop could be
    > the least of your problems with that solution. Our "kids" like to
    > bring home trophies. :-)
    >
    > I don't know if our German Shepherd has tired of the chase, or if the
    > bunnies have decided it is more prudent to live elsewhere (I doubt
    > it), but it's been several months since we've found evidence of the
    > carnage on the front porch. So the poop issue could definitely be the
    > deal-breaker, since that is never ending. ;-)




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