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Old 15th February 2011, 10:47 PM   #91
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Meatballs!
At 265, i'll have to pass on balls for the moment.

Rolled roast beef, seared and then an hour in the oven.
Served with red wine sauce (skimmed).
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At 265
Oy! I feel slim at 210 (ish)


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Old 15th February 2011, 11:39 PM   #94
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I don't feel slim. Jacco's probably taller me. I'm 6'1" or 185 cm and 230 lbs of pure (belly) muscle. My six pack abs became a keg about 10 years ago.
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I don't feel slim. Jacco's probably taller me. I'm 6'1" or 185 cm and 230 lbs of pure (belly) muscle. My six pack abs became a keg about 10 years ago.
All roof inspectors are man sized - we have one here, Peter something-or-other (last name escapes me) that tips the scales at 300+. Affectionately known as Santa, he has a full white beard and rosy cheeks as well.
It's always a nut-tingler when I watch him climb the ladder to the second story roof.
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SY: What no kimshee.
Not exactly Kimchi, more like Calchi but it sure works for me.
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Oh boy, I did that the last time I was at Ikea.
The chicken dinner was after spending two days assembling an entire apartment full of IKEA furniture. I no longer need the instruction sheets, though I had to translate the little pictograms for my wife (why is the little munchkin frowning?). My daughter is now a student again at the CIA.
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Roast Leg of Lamb, with purple potatoes and parsnips. Sauce made from roasted onions, Eau de Viognier, rosemary. Washed it down with Luis Felipe Edwards Carmenere (2005 Colchagua Valley).

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