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    Susan Guest

    Default Valentine's Day treats

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    I thought about what Tom loves most, almost all the time, and made him a
    heart shaped meat loaf that's in the oven now, pureed rutabaga in place
    of spuds, and we'll have green beans with that.

    Two heart shaped boxes filled with Justin's chocolate peanut butter
    various treats.

    I got hand made truffles, all very dark with exotic flavors from a
    wonderful local chocolatier.

    Happy St. Valentine's day to all.

    Susan

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    Evelyn Guest

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    On Tue, 14 Feb 2012 18:12:41 -0500, Susan <[email protected]> wrote:

    >x-no-archive: yes
    >
    >I thought about what Tom loves most, almost all the time, and made him a
    >heart shaped meat loaf that's in the oven now, pureed rutabaga in place
    >of spuds, and we'll have green beans with that.
    >
    >Two heart shaped boxes filled with Justin's chocolate peanut butter
    >various treats.
    >
    >I got hand made truffles, all very dark with exotic flavors from a
    >wonderful local chocolatier.
    >
    >Happy St. Valentine's day to all.
    >
    >Susan


    :-)

    Thanks and same to everyone here from me too.

    We went to a favorite restaurant for lunch which makes the most
    awesome fish I have ever tasted. Hubby got shrimp. It's battered
    and deep fried. They give you a humungous whole codfish filet. I
    only eat a small piece there, and take the rest home. We go there
    maybe once every few months. Tossed salad and cole slaw for sides. I
    only ate about a quarter of my fish, took the rest home, ate some more
    for dinner, and there is still a good sized piece left in the fridge.
    Guess how much?..... Only $8.00 for a huge piece of fish with the
    sides. Both meals including soda for hubby and tea for me only ran
    $23.00 plus the tip. I am an incredibly cheap date since I had my
    surgery! The drawback is that this place is about 35 minutes away by
    highway, so there is the gas to get there. But it is worth it and
    was a great Valentine treat.

    Evelyn



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    Cheri Guest

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    "Susan" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > x-no-archive: yes
    >
    > I thought about what Tom loves most, almost all the time, and made him a
    > heart shaped meat loaf that's in the oven now, pureed rutabaga in place of
    > spuds, and we'll have green beans with that.
    >
    > Two heart shaped boxes filled with Justin's chocolate peanut butter
    > various treats.
    >
    > I got hand made truffles, all very dark with exotic flavors from a
    > wonderful local chocolatier.
    >
    > Happy St. Valentine's day to all.
    >
    > Susan


    Hubby is now trying to convince me that he should go to Foster Freeze and
    bring me a frosty for V-Day. I told him...I'll pass, but the thought is
    nice. He doesn't usually offer to buy me sweets. I did buy him a Snickers
    bar today, so he can have that later. :-)

    Cheri



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    Cheri Guest

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    "Evelyn" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > On Tue, 14 Feb 2012 18:12:41 -0500, Susan <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    >>x-no-archive: yes
    >>
    >>I thought about what Tom loves most, almost all the time, and made him a
    >>heart shaped meat loaf that's in the oven now, pureed rutabaga in place
    >>of spuds, and we'll have green beans with that.
    >>
    >>Two heart shaped boxes filled with Justin's chocolate peanut butter
    >>various treats.
    >>
    >>I got hand made truffles, all very dark with exotic flavors from a
    >>wonderful local chocolatier.
    >>
    >>Happy St. Valentine's day to all.
    >>
    >>Susan

    >
    > :-)
    >
    > Thanks and same to everyone here from me too.
    >
    > We went to a favorite restaurant for lunch which makes the most
    > awesome fish I have ever tasted. Hubby got shrimp. It's battered
    > and deep fried. They give you a humungous whole codfish filet. I
    > only eat a small piece there, and take the rest home. We go there
    > maybe once every few months. Tossed salad and cole slaw for sides. I
    > only ate about a quarter of my fish, took the rest home, ate some more
    > for dinner, and there is still a good sized piece left in the fridge.
    > Guess how much?..... Only $8.00 for a huge piece of fish with the
    > sides. Both meals including soda for hubby and tea for me only ran
    > $23.00 plus the tip. I am an incredibly cheap date since I had my
    > surgery! The drawback is that this place is about 35 minutes away by
    > highway, so there is the gas to get there. But it is worth it and
    > was a great Valentine treat.
    >
    > Evelyn


    Sounds great.

    Cheri


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