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One word for an incredible dish - Jambalaya.

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acorn squash is planned for dinner... so yay!

Not enough food for a student's brain to work at top speed...you need some PROTEIN, kiddo..

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Testing my tyramine limits a little at a time. So tonight, chili! Perfect snowy weather dinner. Crossing my fingers for beans.

Fingers crossed for you, honey!

Beef filet roast

Sauteed mushrooms

Carrots & diced sweet potatoes --oven roasted with herbs and broth

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To others (no, not having them for dinner :P ) --- Paella and Cassoulet

What we did have last night was venison stew - secret ingredients cranberries and dollop of sour cream on top.

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One word for an incredible dish - Jambalaya.

one word for Jambalaya made by you---OUTRAGEOUSNODOUBT

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one word for Jambalaya made by you---OUTRAGEOUSNODOUBT

That.... is cheating!

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I'm just having chicken breast.

Planning on making an apple and cinnamon smoothie later... I'm so so hungry.

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I'm just having chicken breast.

... I'm so so hungry.

...because just chicken breast is not enough nutrition and you need to eat more, sweetie... IMHO

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That.... is cheating!

Maybesobutsowhat?. ;)

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Stir fried veg with shrimp and a beer. :) (Just one :D )

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...because just chicken breast is not enough nutrition and you need to eat more, sweetie... IMHO

There isn't much to eat today... I need to go to a far away supermarket after some of my stuff (cinnamon, almonds, brown sugar) and my father promissed me he would go with me and changed his mind so basically I have only meat, juice and fruit to eat. And dried bananas, but I had three of them today already, better not push my luck.

The smoothie was awful without cinnamon :( "Set it on fire" awful.

I will just make sweet potato chips because gladly there isn't white potatoes as well -- last night's dinner had to go without them -- so I can have one more dish with potatoes until the end of the week.

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Stir fried veg with shrimp and a beer. :) (Just one :D )

you go, girl...enjoy...what one did you go for? Green's dark? hubs says that one is the best

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Popcorn dinner with Bond....James Bond.

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scrambled eggs and chedder cheese on an organic brown rice wrap ,,,, ,my most favorite meal ( lately anyway :lol: )

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scrambled eggs and chedder cheese on an organic brown rice wrap ,,,, ,my most favorite meal ( lately anyway :lol: )

wow, ..Hi Chill!! so happy to see you! ;) and that sounds yum....!

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you go, girl...enjoy...what one did you go for? Green's dark? hubs says that one is the best

Haven't found Greens here yet. I drink New Grist. It's not bad I have found Nicklebrook and a Quebec one. Nicklebrook is VILE stuff IMHO. Quebec one is ok but expensive. New Grist is better.

Wine is my thing but I drank a whole bottle myself :wacko: last time so no more for a while.

I am having a salad now with my beer.

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Popcorn dinner with Bond....James Bond.

Lucky girl. On both counts.

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Not enough food for a student's brain to work at top speed...you need some PROTEIN, kiddo..

Lol, i raided the cheese and peanut butter earlier :)

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wow, ..Hi Chill!! so happy to see you! ;) and that sounds yum....!

Good to see you too Irish :D I have been around ,, just not posting often

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I picked up a ginormous bag of mini peppers at Costco. I'm thinking about making half of them into little baby stuffed pepper bites. I don't know what my husband will eat. He has a very serious aversion to vegetables. <_< Also making butter today, as I used up all I had last night on my arepas. (The beans are a no go for now, I woke up half blind. Oh well, who likes beans anyway.) Then I can use the buttermilk to make sour cream. I haven't had sour cream in sooooo long.

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Baking my first grain-free cake. And it's chocolate! So I will have a slice of that for dinner, plus peppermint tea, plus boiled carrots (ew, but a girl gotta eat).

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speaking of peppers...

Bison stuffed peppers (this primal eating is pretty good actually!)

and as an added bonus, the recipe calls for Ba-con!!!!

http://thepaleoplung...ll-peppers.html

Look, this girl has bacony hearts all over her blog site

I think I'm in love with her. I also think I need to make those apple bacon sweet potato cakes. I suppose any old flour will do since nuts make me blind. I don't have a scrap of bacon in this house. I guess I need to go shopping tomorrow.

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Baking my first grain-free cake. And it's chocolate! So I will have a slice of that for dinner, plus peppermint tea, plus boiled carrots (ew, but a girl gotta eat).

where's the protein? Cake for dinner or breakfast is OK once in awhile, but you consistently eat small amounts of foods and call it a meal. This isn't good for your health.

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Moroccan Roasted Chicken

Celeriac and Potato Puree with Scallions and Hazelnut Butter

Orange Cardamom Glazed Carrots

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