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What's for dinner?

Discussion in 'The Coffee Shop ~ Chit Chat' started by johnvosh, Jan 1, 2012.

  1. johnvosh

    johnvosh New Member

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    BBQ steak, roast potatoes, carrots & chocolate ice cream for dessert. yum, yum!
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    Stuffed salmon, wild rice, green salad and iced water w/ lemon.
    No more huge caloric intakes.
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  3. jnbama

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    A ham sandwich with white bread and mayo!
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  4. Coach24

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    Tonight it was simply hot wings.
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  5. johnvosh

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    BBQ chicken burger (with bacon, red onion, tomato, mayo, bbq sauce), french fries, carrot cake w/ cream cheese icing for dessert. yum, yum!
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    Homemade lemon pepper Italian crusted fish, with creamy Alfredo pasta and steamed broccoli. Dessert was fresh hot cider!! yummm
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  7. Coach24

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    Chicken wings, green salad and garlic toast.
    Can't over due it cause I just cook for one.

    ---------- Post added at 07:02 PM ---------- Previous post was at 07:01 PM ----------

    Ok I will ask. What kind of fish?
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  8. GMCErica

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    Fresh Orange Roughy... So good!! easy to cook, cooks fast...
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  9. Coach24

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    Nooooooooooop not orange roughy. It is on the decline like sea bass and you aren't supposed buy or eat.
    But I wish I coulda shared. Orange roughy is rarely sod in these parts. It is one of my favorites but it seems it has been over fished.
    Dang cops always eat good. And what kinda donut did you have with your coffee officer?
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  10. GMCErica

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    Actually, not its not anymore..
    Not all Orange Roughy fishery zones have had a decrease in retained catch. There is no indication of decline in all zones all over the world..
    Orange Roughy's biological characteristics, late maturity and low recruitment relative to stock size, rebuilding rates of Orange Roughy populations will be slow, but they are not extinst or endangered for decline in populations all over the world. New Zealand and places around there have the highest population and largest in the world..
    Sorry Coach, your talking to an ex-wildlife/conservation/fisheries Officer...
    But I love Orange Roughy, I have it once a year.. and I HATE COFFEE (gives me migraines) and my favorite donut is Canadian Maple from Tim Hortons..
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    ohhhhhhhhh yummmmmmmmy!!!!!!
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  12. GMCErica

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    You have had a Canadian Maple at Tims?? OMG!! THE BEST DONUT EVER!!! I didnt know that American's knew about Tim Hortons...
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    They are all over Western New York!!! They have awesome coffee also!! That is where I was born and raised so I go back from time to time to visit relatives!!
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  14. Coach24

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    I too am fond of this great tasting fish. But it is harder to come by due to being placed on endangered species list. Many chefs will not even cook it.
    It has been overfished in many regions.

    Stock Status
    Many orange roughy stocks have already crashed, namely in New Zealand and Australia where they were first exploited in the late 1970s; and recently discovered stocks are decreasing rapidly. The fish are slow growing and late maturing, life history characteristics that lead to stocks having difficulty recovering once depleted. Orange roughy is the first commercially sought fish to be added to Australia's list of endangered species because of overfishing.


    HOW IT WORKS
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    ORANGE ROUGHY BECOMES THE FIRST COMMERCIAL SPECIES DECLARED ENDANGERED
    WHAT CAN I DO TO HELP ORANGE ROUGHY SURVIVE?
    ORDER ORANGE ROUGHY AT YOUR FAVORITE RESTURANT BEFORE IT'S TOO LATE!
    The latest fish species threatened by overfishing is the popular orange roughy. Of course, there is a relationship between their popularity and the fact that they are disappearing. And there is a relationship between your personal choices and the rapidly approaching death of the ocean. Don't worry - you're not the cause. It's other people.

    Orange Roughy live in deep waters where they're caught with ugly, nasty habitat-damaging trawl gear when they gather to feed or spawn around seamounts and oceanic cliffs. A number of deep-sea shark species caught as bycatch in orange roughy fisheries are also threatened.


    Twenty tons of orange roughy aboard the trawler Riba.


    ORANGE ROUGHY ARE PEOPLE TOO:

    Orange Roughy don’t mature until they’re at least 20 years old and can live over 100 years. Combine that with industrial strength over-fishing and you see the dramatic population declines in some areas.

    THE MATH IS SIMPLE: If you kill more of a species than is renewed, it won't be long until the species no longer exists.

    Fun reading on the death of our
    Oceans.

    Return to Extinction Map.
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  15. Coach24

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    Tired of chicken soup so I called my friend John, papa John ,Yup I ordered the mutational pizza with all the fixins.Sure beats cooking and cleaning just so one can eat. Price was right as well.
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    Had BBQ'd steak, mashed potatoes, cream corn, cauliflower & cheese sauce. Was really good, especially since I didn't have to make it!
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  17. GMCErica

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    Tonight I cooked Chicken stuffed with garlic butter and mushrooms, with pasta and veggies and a Ceasar salad. yummm!
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  18. Coach24

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    Well chicken rotini soup and garlic bread. Till this flu/ cold goes away not much else tastes good so boring
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  19. GMCErica

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    Ahhh Coach... the ole' soup diet... LOL... Your going to waste away by the time you get over your flu...
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  20. Coach24

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    If only it was my waste that went away. But it seems my butt and legs lose and my pants have nothing to hang onto
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