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Saturday, September 4, 2010

I am thinking of.....



Japanese food today......

An Asparagus Roll......an Amigo Roll.... some yummy Spicy Ginger Sauce....maybe some Miso Soup.....some Sesame Chicken......oh yeah!

Or maybe a Louisiana Roll instead.....full of yummy tempura shrimp....topped with thin strips of fried catfish

Perfect menu for a day of not cooking and working around the house some more. 

And then later....we are ready for some football!

BATON ROUGE, LA - NOVEMBER 14:  Quarterback Jarrett Lee #12 of the LSU Tigers hands off the ball to Stevan Ridley #34 during the game against the Louisiana Tech Bulldogs at Tiger Stadium on November 14, 2009 in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.  The Tigers defeated the Bulldogs 24-16.  (Photo by Chris Graythen/Getty Images)

TUSCALOOSA, AL - NOVEMBER 07:  Head coach Les Miles of the Louisiana State University Tigers looks on against the Alabama Crimson Tide at Bryant-Denny Stadium on November 7, 2009 in Tuscaloosa, Alabama.  (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)


GEAUX TIGERS!!

Have a great Saturday!

18 comments:

  1. Did I tell you my son got season tickets? He was/is very excited!

    Enjoy the game!

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  2. No, you didn't tell me! I thought he would be able to get tickets for the games. It's a perk of being a student down there. I have heard that a game in "Death Valley" is quite the experience. I work for an attorney who went to Law School there...in fact, every attorney in our office graduated from there. One day maybe I can be there for a game. :0)

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  3. I'm for the "other" tigers, Candace. The War Eagle ones. ;)

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  4. Enjoy your day whichever way you go!!! :O)

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  5. Thanks for checking out my blog! That sushi looks great :)
    Yay for football season- my blog always has some wacky Saints posts from our household!

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  6. I go for the food only. But then I am not over in teh USA. Hope being a football fan of any kind is not a pre-requisite for my Green Card ;-)
    Have a wonderful eve

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  7. That was a heck of a game last night! It had hubby & I on the edge of our seats!

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  8. Oh! wasn't the game greaet well kinda of until the end of course when we almost lost! Ughh! At least we pulled it off! Great post!

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  9. Paula - Thanks so much for stopping by. You don't have to love football to be a citizen....although you are moving to the South, I believe...so it does help! You will probably love tailgating. :0)

    Mary - Thanks for stopping by! I ended up with a high fever and a terrible headache and went to sleep halfway through it. It was great while I was watching it....and then I heard that LSU didn't play so well in the second half. That figures. :0)

    Kitchen Belle - Thanks so much for stopping by! I was loving the first part of the game and then I got a massive headache and some fever and ended up sleeping through the rest of the game. I heard later that they didn't look so good in the second half. I'm glad they pulled it off. I'm ready to see them play well again!

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  10. Oh my, that food looks delish! I kinda think the Louisiana type might be better though. :-) I've been away from the computer a lot this past week but have been thinking of you and keeping Julz and her family in prayer.

    Hope you're having a great holiday weekend!

    xoxo
    Pat

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  11. Thanks so much for stopping by Pat! It's good to hear from you again. I'm not a huge fan of Louisiana Cuisine...except the seafood...and well, we all know how that has turned out. We really appreciate your thoughts and prayers for Julz. She's doing great! I hope you've been away from the computer doing fun stuff. I haven't been around very much either....doing some not so fun stuff. :0)

    Happy Labor Day to you ~ Candace

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  12. Ha! I dislike Japanese food and football but I love your blog!
    Thanks for commenting on mine!

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  13. That cracks me up! Thanks so much for stopping by and commenting. I love you blog too. :0)

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  14. I LOVE SUSHI. Definitely my last meal before the firing squad. Looks delish.

    Lots of yummy love,
    Alex aka Ma What's For Dinner
    www.mawhats4dinner.com

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