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02-14-2017, 10:03 AM - 1 Like   #33076
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QuoteOriginally posted by ccc_ Quote
paroxysms of gustatory delight
well ok, how was it?

We had filet mignon out last night, staying in with a pot of chili and a fire in the fireplace tonight.
I spent a whole seven dollars on a card, plan to keep it and give it to her again next year.
Ferrero Rocher Hazelnut Chocolates for her candy.

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QuoteOriginally posted by ccc_ Quote
regarding bacon

I lined a 13x9 baking dish with cooked cacon
covered that with mac and cheese
covered that with more bacon
baked until bubbly and wonderful



we ate some for supper

covered the remainder and stuck it in the fridge

uncovered
sliced into squares
breaded the squares
pan-fried the squares
served with love

mmmm
paroxysms of gustatory delight
Damn! You deserve some kind of medal or award for that! Best I can do.....and Otis readily approved it!



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QuoteOriginally posted by robtcorl Quote
well ok, how was it?

We had filet mignon out last night, staying in with a pot of chili and a fire in the fireplace tonight.
I spent a whole seven dollars on a card, plan to keep it and give it to her again next year.
Ferrero Rocher Hazelnut Chocolates for her candy.
both working today , i'll be home first and will pickup either chocolates from a small custom chocolate maker in my hood , or some flowers and print a card (buy a card? your a photographer man print and design your own)
likely dinner will be whatever decent protein i have vac packed (likely pork maybe seafood) and seasoned ready to go in the sous vide with an assortment of sides. we never ever go out on the 14th and for a number of years she who must be obeyed worked at Godiva so we were lucky to see each other more than a few minutes before she went to sleep
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Not feeling like eating. The saga of the dentists continues. I went for the extraction and work began. After over 2 hours of work including two dentists, the senior one had never seen the particular complications part of the tooth is gone and I have a referral to a specialist. And the lot over of all that is a sore face. Hopefully I can get some sleep. At one time both dentists and the assistant were done work in my mouth at the same time. At the end I felt weak, it was hard to walk. Getting better now.

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At one time both dentists and the assistant were done work in my mouth at the same time
Man, two is company, three is a crowd.
Hope you feel better and get squared away soon.
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After I posted that the dentist called me to say they made the referral and had an answer. He also asked how I was which was nice.
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QuoteOriginally posted by robtcorl Quote
well ok, how was it?

We had filet mignon out last night, staying in with a pot of chili and a fire in the fireplace tonight.
I spent a whole seven dollars on a card, plan to keep it and give it to her again next year.
Ferrero Rocher Hazelnut Chocolates for her candy.
just a polite but wordy way of saying "little food orgasms"
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QuoteOriginally posted by ccc_ Quote
regarding bacon

I lined a 13x9 baking dish with cooked cacon
covered that with mac and cheese
covered that with more bacon
baked until bubbly and wonderful

we ate some for supper

covered the remainder and stuck it in the fridge

uncovered
sliced into squares
breaded the squares
pan-fried the squares
served with love

mmmm
paroxysms of gustatory delight
Sounds like Bacon Lasagne.

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QuoteOriginally posted by Racer X 69 Quote
Sounds like Bacon Lasagne.

I made a dish in a small loaf pan that was breakfast bacon lasagna the base was woven strips of bacon 1 lb per person topped with 2 eggs and cheese and baked until done, topped with some rooter sauce ..... lives on in memory as the most deadly dish i've cooked

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QuoteOriginally posted by tim60 Quote
Not feeling like eating. The saga of the dentists continues. I went for the extraction and work began. After over 2 hours of work including two dentists, the senior one had never seen the particular complications part of the tooth is gone and I have a referral to a specialist. And the lot over of all that is a sore face. Hopefully I can get some sleep. At one time both dentists and the assistant were done work in my mouth at the same time. At the end I felt weak, it was hard to walk. Getting better now.
Hope they get this sorted out for you soon. Oral pain sucks. Kinda hard to eat when the teeth are in a bad way.

My last dentist did just about everything. My mom took me to him when I was 14. He was my dentist up until about 6 or 8 years ago when he retired. In that time he did everything except the wisdom teeth extraction when I was 19. He did fillings, crowns, even a couple root canals.

Most of that work is still there, looking almost as good as the day it was done.

The dentist that took over his practice is nice, and a good dentist.

But her practice is more limited and focused. Cleaning and periodic exams (by the hygienist of course). Cavity repair and crowns.

That's about it.

Root canal?

Here, go see this specialist.

No kidding.

I had a cavity develop under a crown on a molar. It was decided that to save the tooth it needed a root canal. So off to the specialist. He drills a hole through the gold crown, does the root canal and sends me on my way.

Back to the dentist.

She pulls the old crown off. Does all the prep and places a temporary crown. They give me the old crown (with a hole in it) in an postage prepaid envelope to send off to some place that pays for gold. A couple weeks later I go back and they remove the temporary crown and install the shiny new gold one.

This would have been done in 2 visits with my old dentist.

Oh, and the crown I sent off to get big bucks for the reclaimed gold?

$32.76

Almost covered dinner out for Mrs. Racer and I.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Racer X 69 Quote
Sounds like Bacon Lasagne.
ahh....

layer of pasta
layer bacon
layer spinach
layer of feta
layer of whatever white cheese you prefer

repeat as necessary

or....

pasta
white cheese
a mix of cream, lightly sautéed onions, bacon and parmesan
repeated until dish is full
the last layer is white cheese (usually provolone) that will brown while baking

and that is why i'm fat
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Happy Valentine's Day

Hasta que la muerte nos separe.

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QuoteOriginally posted by ccc_ Quote
and that is why i'm fat
Also sounds delicious.......but no more Otis Award for you today, you've reached your limit!


QuoteOriginally posted by Racer X 69 Quote
In that time he did everything except the wisdom teeth extraction when I was 19.

Memories.... When I was 19 I had 4 wisdom teeth growing out sideways. Driving me crazy with misery, but I was dirt poor and had to suffer. My Grandmother died and left me some property and some cash and the first thing I did was look for a dentist to get them out. After the X-rays, four different dentists said they required in-hospital extraction due to the length of the roots and the depth into the bone...or they could do one at a time a few weeks apart. Nope, I want them all out at once and all in an office...I have cash, give me a price. All refused so I kept looking.....found a young dentist that was interested in that cash payment...in advance.....and he agreed to do the job.

Got in the chair on a Friday at 8am...got out of the chair drugged and bleeding like crazy at 5:15 pm. Spent the next two days drugged out and soaking bath towels with so much blood my Mom was afraid I was going to die. Finally got back to work in another 4-5 days and for the next year little bone fragments came out of my jaw area almost daily. It was as stupid as anything I have ever done, but I did get them all out at once.

To tell you how times have changed......the cost of those extractions which took him all day was $175. I think he thought it would only take an hour or two at the most.....and he was still thrilled just for the fact I didn't die in his office. Me too!

Return visit to the Podiatrist today......he found two little fragments of that nail still up in under the cuticle area...had to cut it open and use the tiny pliers to get them out. "Maybe we had better deaden it this time?" No Doc, you just go for it, you have no idea what pain really is, but I do! Let me tell you about my wisdom teeth......
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QuoteOriginally posted by robtcorl Quote
Man, two is company, three is a crowd.
Could be worse - He could have been to see a proctologist.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Rupert Quote
...Got in the chair on a Friday at 8am...got out of the chair drugged and bleeding like crazy at 5:15 pm. Spent the next two days drugged out and soaking bath towels with so much blood my Mom was afraid I was going to die. Finally got back to work in another 4-5 days and for the next year little bone fragments came out of my jaw area almost daily. It was as stupid as anything I have ever done, but I did get them all out at once.....
I did about the same thing and the results were similar

fortunately I was still drinking in those days
over-self medication apparently allowed me to get by it all
including remembering much beyond "you might feel this" and "come back in a week or so"
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