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Old November 3, 2013   #1
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http://www.durgan.org/URL/?UWEDQ 3 November 2013 Supper
Supper, my second and last meal of the day. Basked potato, glass of mixed juice pumpkin and cranberry, baked garlic bulb, fried fillet of frozen fish. Condiment was pepper and butter. A smaller potato was basked for Ginny, dog.
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Old November 3, 2013   #2
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That looked good. Lots of garlic! Where are the tomatoes?????

I bet Ginnie enjoyed her spud too.

Thanks for sharing,
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Tomatoes are all finished for 2013. All I have now is juice. Ginny licks her potato plate clean.
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Very nice. I like the way you use all natural ingredients. I try to do the same also. All of your juice combinations sound very good. I've always canned tomato juice, but I think I am going to have to try some combinations of juice.
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Very nice I like the potato and how it is cooked, now I have to ask something.
The word supper.

I get made fun of and called hillbilly for using this word.

I simply tell then it is due to their lack of sophistication ignorance that they dont know what meals are called and the difference.
Also I like the Idea of the dog buddy getting its on potato.

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Old November 4, 2013   #6
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The word supper.

I get made fun of and called hillbilly for using this word.

I simply tell then it is due to their lack of sophistication ignorance that they dont know what meals are called and the difference.


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Basically you've nailed it. Lunch, dinner, and supper usage depends on where you are, how old you are, how fancy and how big the meal is. I would associate supper more toward people who do physical work opposed to those that don't.
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My dogs get sup sups. They could get din dins, but I really don't think that they care at all what it is called, as long as they get their grub .

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Basically you've nailed it. Lunch, dinner, and supper usage depends on where you are, how old you are, how fancy and how big the meal is. I would associate supper more toward people who do physical work opposed to those that don't.
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In Maine it's called Suppa
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Called supper here but my grown children day dinner.
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