Sunday, March 6, 2016

FARM TOUGH DINNER


More tomorrow, busy weekend but I found this weekend that I'm learning to be BUILT FARM TOUGH, ha!  Found this on clearance for $3.50 and couldn't resist getting it for the house.  It came true this weekend, but more on that later.

Got the dining room done, and most of the mudroom, also got the yard mowed, trails done, edging done and started clearing a new spot.  


Came home Saturday night to grilled steak with a side of asparagus pasta alfredo...nothing like meat and carbs after working hard all day!


And came home tonight to chicken breast, greek peas with butter and sliced roasted potatoes.  

It was a good weekend!  Hope yours was too!

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    1. Thanks, he does, i can't complain, ha. .

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  2. Even tho I am a vegetarian your meals sounds delicious! Good on your accomplishments at the Farm this weekend!

    Scarlett

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    1. LOL thank you for that. That's very kind!

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  3. Much progress and good meals can't be beat.

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    1. They go well together don't they? :-)

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  4. i wish someone would cook for me once in a while!

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    1. Probably because you are so good, everyone is afraid to try to cook for you, ha.

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  5. My compliments to the Chef! What delicious meals to come home to!

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    1. LOL! Thank you I will pass that along. :-)

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  6. deeelish! that's all i am going to say because i am still feeling envious of that beautiful dining room and mudroom!!! bahahahahah!

    sending love to you both! your friend,
    kymber

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    1. LOL, you so crazy! Hey, you cook some amazing food that makes me hungry all the time!! Love back at ya!

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  7. So when is 2nd man writing his own cooking blog? or cookbook?

    Big news from here is we are putting our house on the market at the end of the month and moving to a continuing care retirement community in downtown Columbia, MD.

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    1. The blog I'm not sure he'd have time for, a cookbook, who knows! I've been trying to document and write down stuff he cooks. Maybe someday, ha. Thanks for the kind words, I will make sure he knows. And yes, I just saw your blog post! Wow! Yay for you!

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  8. 1st Man,

    Hey can I borrow 2nd Man?? My husband says he cooks every now and then, still haven't seen it.....LOL

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