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The What's For Dinner Tonight Chat
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I had... Pizza!!111!!1Onety-one.

Not sure what this is. ...Onety one? is this a brand name?

Glad you enjoyed!

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Those sherried mushrooms are just ridiculously good aren't they?

(I just pictured Shroomie with a glass of sherry in her hand...but I digress. Must be ba-con head)

So happy to see you "home" and sharing your drool -worthy menu once more..

Those darned mushrooms are addictive they are so good. Maybe I should sautee some bacon first, candy it and sprinkle on top. Mmmmm....

Thanks for the welcome "home"! Am happy to be cooking lots again, though I did that while on vacation, too. A day without cooking is incomplete.

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Not sure what this is. ...Onety one? is this a brand name?

Glad you enjoyed!

It's kind of a joke I saw once: a person asked why eleven isn't called onety-one... Also "!!11!1!" usually means excitement so there you have internet inside jokes 101.

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It's kind of a joke I saw once: a person asked why eleven isn't called onety-one... Also "!!11!1!" usually means excitement so there you have internet inside jokes 101.

I see, well.....

I have heard 11 called "1 teen. "

and

I get the !!11!1! as Excitement!!!111!! :D I am not that "old" haha!

Glad you enjoyed!!

.(even tho karen says I am an old fogey--I get it)

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A day without cooking is incomplete.

a day without cooking...is a long, uneventful, non-creative, and hungry day, IMHO

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i have to wait for my laundry to finish before i fix my dinner :( about twenty minutes <_< but still... when you're hungery....

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Dinner tonight is stew- bulk chicken sausage, white potatoes, mushed sweet potato and butternut

squash, onions, leeks, broccoli. Liberally seasoned with curry & oregano& basil & cayenne pepper.

Will be ready in about ten minutes- we'll see how it turned out! (wanted to add peas but am apparently

out.... grr....)

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Bison steak with sauteed garlic, onions, portabellas and swiss chard

This primal life is not so bad. :)

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Still constantly bloated and now, turns out I get constipated as well. Thinking of going grain free...

So meat with potatoes and carrots plus guava juice it is.

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I had fried potatoes with rosemary and paprika and smoked sausage and green beans. Now I am having peanut butter cookies with carob chips.

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Too tired to cook, barely functioning since coming off my steroids. Just threw a roast in the oven with some taters and baby carrots. I figure for 10 minutes worth of effort I'll have dinner, lunch and dinner again if I can find the effort to use the microwave and wash some dishes. Everything is accompanied with some ginger ale and bitters to be able to keep it where it belongs.

I picked up some juice when I picked up my ginger ale today. I actually opened my passion fruit juice before my guava juice though. Good stuff!

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Tonight we are having chicken and bacon over garlic parmesan grits :)

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I'm tired, so I'm having a baked potato with cheese/bacon and BUTTER :D

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Chicken breast and sautéed onions, along with peppermint tea.

I consider this a very good day because I didn't end it bloated. But I ate so little...

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BBQ pork chops, mashed potatoes and corn for dinner tonight.

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Oven beef stew. Assemble, stir, bring to a boil, then in the oven for 3 hours. Perfect!

and easy :)

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Can someone cook for me? :lol:

I was going down some stairs and felt it pop and pain soon followed... so yeah... no cooking for me tonight. I'll scounge up something i guess.

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White potatoes & broccoli over chicken parm-yum!

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Vegetarian stir fry with cellophane noodles and Thai sauce

Frozen grapes

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Last night was BBQ chicken, seasoned rice and fried cabbage.

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Homemade mac and cheese, spinach with olive oil and garlic.

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Baked potatoes and boiled chicken,

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Pork burgers with sage and grilled pineapple and maybe some carmelized onion. Sweet potatoes and broccoli.

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Oh oh, and I forgot to add: a chocolate smoothie. Only whole cocoa powder, a banana, ice cubes and brown sugar.

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