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  • Sizzler (founded in 1958) is a United States-based, Australian owned restaurant chain with headquarters in Newmarket, Brisbane, serving steak, seafood, and salad (from a large salad bar), as well as similar items.
  • This is a comprehensive list of characters from the Channel 4 soap opera Brookside in alphabetical order by the character's surnames.
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  • A list of dishes available in a restaurant
  • (computer science) a list of options available to a computer user
  • A list of commands or options, esp. one displayed on screen
  • a list of dishes available at a restaurant; "the menu was in French"
  • the dishes making up a meal
  • The food available or to be served in a restaurant or at a meal
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Hot For Cowboy (Stampede Sizzlers)
Hot For Cowboy (Stampede Sizzlers)
Catering to cowboys was part of Stacey’s job as assistant to the President of the largest western show on earth. But Stacey has seen enough beer-loving, boot smelling, god-awful hat heads, to last a lifetime. She’s met a new man now, and despite the fact he’s her online boyfriend, its a safe bet to assume he’s anything but a cowboy - he is, after all an executive in the business world. Imagine her surprise when her new man shows up for their first in person meeting, and he looks remarkably like -- a cowboy?

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Excerpt from Hot For Cowboy:

“Have I ever mentioned how much I hate cowboys?”

Daniel jerked his head up. The look on her face confirmed her words.

“Especially this time of the year. For one, there’s an odor about them you can’t shake. No matter how cleaned up they look, they smell like the outdoors. I’m a city girl. I don’t like bugs, mud or animals that weigh more than I do.” She held up her hand just as he was about to interupt. “Then there’s the boots. You can’t slip them off like regular shoes and they always track in mud. And don’t forget the hat,” Stacey picked up Daniel’s cowboy hat and threw it across the room. “Hat head is never sexy.”

“Then darlin’, you’ve never met a real cowboy.” Damn, but she talked too much.

Stacey straddled his leg and pulled at the boot. “Aren’t they all the same?”

“No love, they aren’t. Let me prove it.” It took everything he had to concentrate on what she was saying.

“I’d like to see you try.” The teasing tone should have warned him.

Daniel wanted to grab her ass and pull her close but she turned too quickly and shoved at his chest until he was flat on his back. She tugged his jeans, underwear and socks off him before stepping back.

He was naked and yet she remained fully clothed. She’d flipped the tables on him and wrestled control out from under him without batting an eye. When she reached for her purse and pulled out a condom wrapper he couldn’t help but laugh.

Damn, she was good.

Catering to cowboys was part of Stacey’s job as assistant to the President of the largest western show on earth. But Stacey has seen enough beer-loving, boot smelling, god-awful hat heads, to last a lifetime. She’s met a new man now, and despite the fact he’s her online boyfriend, its a safe bet to assume he’s anything but a cowboy - he is, after all an executive in the business world. Imagine her surprise when her new man shows up for their first in person meeting, and he looks remarkably like -- a cowboy?

***
Excerpt from Hot For Cowboy:

“Have I ever mentioned how much I hate cowboys?”

Daniel jerked his head up. The look on her face confirmed her words.

“Especially this time of the year. For one, there’s an odor about them you can’t shake. No matter how cleaned up they look, they smell like the outdoors. I’m a city girl. I don’t like bugs, mud or animals that weigh more than I do.” She held up her hand just as he was about to interupt. “Then there’s the boots. You can’t slip them off like regular shoes and they always track in mud. And don’t forget the hat,” Stacey picked up Daniel’s cowboy hat and threw it across the room. “Hat head is never sexy.”

“Then darlin’, you’ve never met a real cowboy.” Damn, but she talked too much.

Stacey straddled his leg and pulled at the boot. “Aren’t they all the same?”

“No love, they aren’t. Let me prove it.” It took everything he had to concentrate on what she was saying.

“I’d like to see you try.” The teasing tone should have warned him.

Daniel wanted to grab her ass and pull her close but she turned too quickly and shoved at his chest until he was flat on his back. She tugged his jeans, underwear and socks off him before stepping back.

He was naked and yet she remained fully clothed. She’d flipped the tables on him and wrestled control out from under him without batting an eye. When she reached for her purse and pulled out a condom wrapper he couldn’t help but laugh.

Damn, she was good.

Out of the Blue, Pali Hill, Bandra, Mumbai
Out of the Blue, Pali Hill, Bandra, Mumbai
This delicious fare of Chicken Rosemary (foreground) and Chicken Shaslik (background) was served at the Out-of-the-blue restaurant on Pali Hill Road in Bandra, Mumbai. We loved the wide range of meats and vegetables at the restaurant which is classified as a "Sizzler" restaurant where almost all the menu items are served on a sizzler plate. I continue to be amazed at the enormous number of variations of Indian cuisine being served in Mumbai restaurants these days. There are multiple variations of North Indian, South Indian, Maharashtrian, Goan, etc, etc cuisines available.
Dhaba Menu
Dhaba Menu
This dhaba's specialities include Sizzler for INR 80. The other page was full of Chinese and Italian stuff.
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Denise Austin - Hit the Spot:Sizzler [VHS]
This 1997 beginning-level, interval-training workout alternates intervals of 3-1/2 minutes of aerobic exercise with 1-1/2 minutes of strength training, so your heart rate stays elevated for a total of 31 minutes. The aerobic segments are simple steps, repeated frequently. Some are high-impact (jumping and jogging), and although Austin has two assistants, neither demonstrates low-impact alternatives, which would have given beginning and overweight exercisers more options. The strength segments also could have been designed better. The first strength interval works the shoulder muscles, which are small (especially in women) and fatigue easily, so they are therefore usually worked later in a workout. Another exercise that Austin says targets the chest really doesn't, because it's done standing where gravity puts more of the load on the shoulders again. The shoulders get their third interval later on, so your shoulders are likely to be tired, while the larger muscles of your chest and back get minimal work. After the interval workout, Austin does eight minutes of standing leg exercises and abs, and finally a stretch. --Joan Price