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Old 08-17-2007, 07:07 AM
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Only a five year bride? Why so long?
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Marriage wasn't one of my priorities. And then I met my husband at our 25th high school reunion 10 years ago. I never knew him in high school. And here we are now getting ready for our 35th high school reunion. Yikes!
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Wow, that's great. There is something to be said for fate and destiny. It's a wonderful thing.

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That must be his big shoulder in the picture.
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Yes Ken, it is, good eye! Okay, since I got this thread off the topic, I'll put it back on.

I love shrimp scampi with a nice Chardonnay. I can never turn that down.
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I don't think I have a favorite meal or food. I like so many, I can't narrow it down to just one. I love a good Ribeye Steak, Lobster, coconut shrimp, any Italian meal.

I love a good Merlot.
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Right you are digdmr. Scampi is good, the ribeye does a number on me, Carl but the lobster, yes.

I like drier wines, Cabernet Sauvignon, Pinot Grigio and a delicate Ruffino from Orvieto in Italy.
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I love duck, pheasant and quail. Wild game gives you so much to work with.
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Does Quail taste like chicken?
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Well to a degree it does, but don't they say that about a lot of things! It has unique gamy flavor. There is also Squab, which is basically your friendly neighborhood pigeon. Domesticated of course, four weeks old and never having flown. Dark meat, moist, excellent.
 
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