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Yellow roses

Posted by bonnieann925 (My Page) on
Sun, Sep 26, 10 at 18:34

My wonderful hubby brought home some gorgeous yellow roses yesterday (he's very thoughtful and loves to buy flowers!)We're having DH's wonderful turkey burgers w/ whole wheat buns, fresh corn on the cob,DH's home-made guacamole and home-made apple crisp (my contribution!) w/ ice cream.

Our middle daughter will be joining us, so it will be a late dinner:

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Apple crisp, stil hot out of the oven:
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RE: Yellow roses

What time should I be there? Sounds so yummy and now I'm starving!
Plus YELLOW roses are my favorite rose. (go figure when I normally don't like anything yellow! Tho I'm being converted slowly by the gang here to appreciate it, along with pink.)

Give that good hubby an extra hug.
Karen


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Mmmmm....lucky you, bonnie! Flowers are gorgeous & the meal sounds wonderful! enjoy! TFS! Jeanne S.


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Beautiful flowers Bonnie..
What a thoughful DH...and he cooks too!
Your meal sounds wonderful...enjoy!

jane


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Could he give my DH some lessons on both the cooking and bringing home pretty bouquets of roses????? They are beautiful, and your apple crisp sounds yummy. I splurged tonight and made a pan of brownies--try not to do that too often since neither DH or I need the calories! ;o(

Luvs


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Bonnie, beautiful yellow roses. Did DH bring you yellow and red before today? I love apple crisp and yours looks great. I order some mac apples and they will be in this week. Hoping to do some healthier eating in between my junk food and meals.LOL

Punk


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Thank you for you kind comments!

DH brought me yellow roses and then combined a few of them w/ the red from our garden to make a bouquet for the kitchen counter. Re:apples... We live near apple country so these are native apples and are SOOOO good!

Cooking lessons.....sure! Necessity is the mother of invention. Since I now work full-time IF my hubby wants to eat he knows he has to do most of the cooking. He's out in the kitchen cooking now while I catch up here.

He was "trained" early on by living on his own in a bachelor pad before we were married. We're also members of a gourmet food club, where several "real" men cook, so it's not at all taboo in our group of friends. For that, I'm thankful!


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Ahhhh Texas roses :^)
Be thankful for a DH who cooks...mine talks a lot about how he USED to cook........ahem.........
Would you share your apple crisp recipe? I have some local apples that I would like to bake with, and we are tired of apple pie....
Thank you so much,
J


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Very nice, Bannie . . .not only the roses but a sweet DH who brings you them AND cooks!!!
BTW, I've always loved those yellow and blue dishes of yours.
Lynn


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