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The What's For Dinner Tonight Chat
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I made the shepherd's pie recipe cited earlier, except I mixed ground turkey and ground beef, and put parmesan cheese in the cauliflower.

I also made crock pot barbecue pork, and now I'm cooking chicken breasts with the onions from the crock pot pork on top of them and some additional sauce made of peanut butter, white wine and barbecue sauce.

All this stuff goes into the freezer to be eaten during the week.

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Last night- steak, garlic smashed red potatoes, roasted asparagus.

Tonight - BBQ chicken, garlic bread sticks ( Chebe dolled up) & spinach salad.

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Oysters stew left overs from the Oyster Roast. Tomorrow, fried oyster. Then, won't eat oysters for a loooong time. :P

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Gluten free pasta (sam mills corn pasta) with Prego pasta sauce and cut up italian sausge in it.

Peas

even the kids ate it and liked it.

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Last night we had Lasaagne with gluten free noodles. I recently found Tinkyada pasta in stores near me. I was so excited because I had read great reviews of it here. It turns out y'all were right! It tasted JUST like regular lasagna. My DH even asked if I sure it was gluten free. Success! :)

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I made a gluten free spinach and fetta pie, served with salad

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Teriyaki tofu with onions, celery and green beans over "ancient grain" mix cooked in veggie broth.

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Whatever roast is left after dinner tonight is going to be made into veggie beef soup to add to my stash of ready-to-eat homemade foods that I like to keep in my freezer.

This sound soooo good right now :)

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Two nights ago we had Cabbage rolls.

Last night we had lemon pepper chicken with mashed potatoes and steamed green beans.

Tonight I'm getting gluten free pizza from Z-Pizza for the Super Bowl. I'm also making homemade guacamole and hummus to dip tortilla chips in. If I get really motivated I might make some gluten free chex mix. I've been wanting to make it ever since I found gltuen free/soy free pretzels and gluten free "cheerios" made by Nature's Path.

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Flank steak and pan seared broccolini. Yummy.

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Hooray! Tonight we are going out with another couple. No cooking or cleaning!

For lunch we had chicken a la king over toast and Jello with fruit.

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We had Tandori chicken (grilled dry rubbed skinless chicken thighs) with roasted new potatoes (cut in chunks, mixed with s&p, olive oil and chopped spring onions, then wrapped in aluminum oil & grilled) with fresh green beans.

I've been on an Indian cuisine kick lately. Everything tastes so good and makes me feel good.

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Buckwheat, edamame, tuna, olive oil, garlic, onion, mixed veggies, curry powder, chili powder, and cumin.

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Grilled steak, baked potatoes, oven roasted carrots and steamed broccoli.

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Pasta with " burst " grape tomatoes, fresh spinach, roasted garlic, parm & Asiago on top.

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Brown rice with garlic, Earth Balance, mixed veggies, and a cut-up chicken breast. I might add some more seasonings but I might just let it stand. I do so love garlic ...

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Walleye Pike wrapped in banana leaves (and aluminum foil) that marinated with thai fish sauce, chopped garlic, lemon grass, (could sub any citrus), spring onions and serrano peppers, then grilled.

Had that with white taters for dbf, sweet tater for me, and some fresh steamed green beans. Yum. Had a piece of dark chocolate for dessert. Put some yummy in my tummy.

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I didn't cook tonight. Daughter and husband had leftover pizza. Husband had some prepared soup from Central Market. We all had salad bar. I had a few Tostitos Scoops with Queso dip. Daughter made Lidia Bastianich's Baked Apples with three sauces. Soooo good! I helped her and we failed to put the butter in the apples but they were sooo rich I don't think we needed it.

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Chinese Lemon chicken in the slow cooker with steamed broccoli and rice. It was good, but I like orange chicken better.

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Left over Gumbo from the freezer. A good night for Gumbo....having another cold snap in South Louisiana...I know, I know but I'm always cold and not used to this COLD weather..... Want my 90+ degree summer back!!!

Wenmin

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Pork Rack of Ribs with Emeril's Dry Rib Rub (seasoned in the am) Baked in the oven. mmmm

Bush's Baked Beans (doctored up with lots of suff)

Steamed Broccoli

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I made a pot of the Heartland fusilli pasta sold at Walmart for 2.00 per bag. Sauteed some asparagus, mushrooms, jumbo shrimp with a little dairy free margarine and lots of pepper and salt. Added some fresh chopped tomatoes at the last minute and plated it up. When I brought it to the dinner table, my DH looked over and said, "That looks like something you would get at a restaurant." It was delicious, filling and felt like real food. Love that pasta!

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Brown rice with garlic, Earth Balance, mixed veggies, and a cut-up chicken breast. I might add some more seasonings but I might just let it stand. I do so love garlic ...

Oh yum. That sounds delicious! Have to try that sometime.

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I'm baking a pizza. Bought the pizza sauce and brown rice pizza crusts, 2 frozen ones, at Whole Foods. I season the pizza sauce with Greek oregano and thyme from my garden and garlic. Can't wait. oh yeah, topped with turkey pepperoni and low fat mozzarella cheese.

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