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Old 10-11-2008, 10:02 AM   #1
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Shrimp for Dinner

Last night we grilled up some shrimp that I brushed a with a chipotle rasberry sauce my wife made. Along with the shrimp we had brussels sprouts and wild rice. Now we’re off to San Diego to celebrate our 18th year of marriage, I’ll snap a few pics of some of the restaurants we eat at.



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Old 10-11-2008, 10:32 AM   #2
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Excellent looking meal! Congrats to the happy couple!
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Congratulations on your anniversary.

The shrimp and meal looks great!!!!
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Congratulations on your anniversary.

The shrimp and meal looks great!!!!
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" chipotle rasberry sauce " That sounds awesome !

Looks great !
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What a killer anniversary dinner.. Yall got good taste!!! Congrats and many more years to come!!!!
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Old 10-11-2008, 09:35 PM   #7
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Great looking meal! That chipotle raspberry sauce sounds intriguing. Would you mind posting your wife's recipe?

And congrats on the 18th! My wife and I will be celebrating our 12th next May.
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Old 10-12-2008, 04:20 AM   #8
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Nice looking shrimpz.
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Probably not beat that in any of the restaurants. Congrats on 18.
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So for our anniversary dinner we went to a steakhouse in San Diego called Lou & Mickey’s. I had the "Baseball" Cut Culotte Steak and my wife had the Swordfish and for a side dish we had scalloped potatoes. The food was great and the atmosphere was great as well. www.louandmickeys.com. Sunday we hopped on the trolley and headed over to QuallCOM stadium to watch the Chargers play the Patriots. All in all it was a fun weekend.





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Looks great !

JB will want to know if your mart was shaken or stirred.
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Congrats on your anniversary!
I was in Canada a few months back at this high dollar steak house and the "baseball" steak was on the menu. Being a strip steak/sirloin kinda' guy I didn't get it. Now I wish I had.

What's dem olives doin' in your beer glass?
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Looks like and sounds like you both had a great time!
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Congrats on your 18th. You've got a great start kid.
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Congrats to the both of you on your 18th. Food looked great too.
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Thanks so much all...it was a great weekend.
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