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The What's For Dinner Tonight Chat
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insincere salad dressing - haha is that woman implying aaron sanchez has unctuous hair gel?   lololz  maybe made from beef tongue  ^_^

 oy! dude!

Stop. Talking. This is my quiet place. :lol: J comes back to pick me up and carry my chair to the car for me (cuz that's the kinda guy he is--all 6'4" of him)

and he shut up rather quickly.

 

 

 

yes, i also have my mean-looking, big man - so i usually don't have anyone brave enough to try to pick me up.  last night, i was sans said man and mr next town over doesn't know who i am.   or that they call my hubs:  howlnmad  ;)   not for nothin'  B)

 

we still got it, irish  :)

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we still got it, irish  :)

 

whoo hoo!

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We are having fish (cod) and chips and battered onion rings with unctuous (just had to!) tartar sauce chock full with capers. 

 

Maybe after dinner I will have to try to do some flirting of my own, seeing how Irish managed to get hit on wearing her teeny tiny pink polka dot bikini! 

 

GUY...

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IRISH...

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GUY...

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IRISH...

 

 

YIELD!

 

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—used to describe someone who speaks and behaves in a way that is meant to seem friendly and polite but that is unpleasant because it is obviously not sincere

 

vinaigrette ???

 

:)

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YIELD!

 

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This will be me black_eye.gif if I don't shut_up.gif.

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This will be me black_eye.gif if I don't shut_up.gif.

 

no, that was my sign to the guy! LOL

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no, that was my sign to the guy! LOL

 

After posting, I realized I had a doofus.gif moment.

 

grrr.gif, dumb guy.  spaghetti-smooch.gif is NOT in your future!

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After posting, I realized I had a doofus.gif moment.

 

grrr.gif, dumb guy.  spaghetti-smooch.gif is NOT in your future!

 

 

hahaha! you really need to get out of that cold air.. And you really have mastered the emoticon thinger..!  

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I was making pancakes for supper. I had the dry ingredients all ready and the wet just about ready when the power went out. The power company said 4 hours so I'm headed to In N Out for my dinner. I'm thinking double double, fries and a chocolate shake. I got my pancakes put away by candlelight and they'll hold until tomorrow.

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If i wanted to do a baked pasta using ancient harvest qunioa pasta, how would i go about doing so?

 

I do baked pasta often with brown rice pasta.  It is hard to overcook.  I haven't used the ancient harvest pasta, but if you have, you should know whether or not it overcooks easily.  If it does, I would cook it to 3 minutes under the usual time needed.  If it is REALLY easy to overcook, I would try the brown rice pasta (I use tinkyada).  Under cooking it will make it turn out normal by the time it sits and bakes in the sauce and absorbs liquid.  I have used some 100% corn pastas and corn/rice pastas that go to mushy crud the instant you pass a certain time, and when you reheat it.  

 

I make a killler lasagna... pretty much 2 pounds of everything that is tasty and bad for you.  Yummmm.  But for any baked pasta just toss in your noodles, sauce, and whatever else you want in there, and sprinkle cheese on top, bake until bubbly.  I usually do anything I throw together at 375 F.  The last minute or two you can put on the broiler to brown the cheese but watch it closely so it doesn't burn.

 

Last night I made enchiladas.  Talking about it on here and giving yall the recipe gave me a craving!  Tonight I got a to-go order from my favorite restaurant here that caters to celiacs wonderfully.  It is called "From across the pond"  in Hurst, TX.  I live too far away to go as often as I would like so any time I go near it I make an excuse to stop in.  It is run by brits and they talk to you in their lovely accent and I love that, too.

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My husband decided that he wanted those pancakes for breakfast, so now I have to actually make dinner. Tonight is chili night. He's coming home late and it'll be cold. Plus I want something that will be truly satisfying. I have an appointment tomorrow afternoon and they want me to fast before I go so getting a good meal tonight will count for a lot. I'm also taking snacks with me tomorrow. The minute they put a needle in me and get my blood I'm stuffing my face.

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Reprieve from eating less than healthily lately...I am making authentic Greek salad with an unctuous dressing. Just a big old bowl of goodness. Tomorrow braising pork.

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Today my gallbladder is bothering me so I just microwaved an acorn squash and ate that for lunch with some gluten-free pretzels because they were on the counter and looked tasty.  I don't know if I just got an oddball one, but the squash had oddly pale flesh and had a very weak taste.  I just added more stuff to it to make it palatable.  Tonight I may may myself some french toast on Udis bread if my stomach can handle it.

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Apple cider maple braised pork shoulder with unctuous jus

Roasted garlic and grainy mustard whipped potatoes with crispy shallots

Roasted broccoli with lemon aioli and capers

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Today my gallbladder is bothering me so I just microwaved an acorn squash and ate that for lunch with some gluten-free pretzels because they were on the counter and looked tasty.  I don't know if I just got an oddball one, but the squash had oddly pale flesh and had a very weak taste.  I just added more stuff to it to make it palatable.  Tonight I may may myself some french toast on Udis bread if my stomach can handle it.

Are you feeling better today?

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Are you feeling better today?

I am :)  Thanks for thinking of me!  I am going out shopping this evening with a family member so maybe we can get some tasty food somewhere :)

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I am glad you are able to get out for some fun.  Distractions really help when ill or in pain. 

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Low(er) carb gluten-free/DF/SF Clam Chowder:

 

Earth Balance soy free "butter"

Rutabagas instead of potatoes

onions, garlic, leeks, celery

Native Son Whole Classic Coconut Milk (2 cans)

Seafood broth (Kitchen Basics) 

bushel of thyme

Frozen or canned chopped clams (add at the end with lemon and dill) 

 

topped with bacon !!

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I had the good sense to agree to work today without checking the weather reports. We've got a lovely inversion going on which meant that by the time I got to work I was gasping for air and all I could taste was dust and exhaust in the back of my throat. It eased up inside but I have to look forward to the trip home.  <_< I always forget about this part of winter.

 

I have no idea yet what is for dinner. Last night I made a lovely pork roast, but there was only enough leftovers for me to have a small lunch. I may just try for an easy night and go for chili cheese dogs and fries. If I get ambitious I'll do breakfast, with hash browns, sausage and omelets. Whatever turns out to be, it will involve hot cocoa in my new mug. It took forever because of the ice storm, but my package finally showed up yesterday with my new Rainbow Dash mug. Now I can enjoy my cocoa 20% cooler. 

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I had the good sense to agree to work today without checking the weather reports. We've got a lovely inversion going on which meant that by the time I got to work I was gasping for air and all I could taste was dust and exhaust in the back of my throat. It eased up inside but I have to look forward to the trip home.  <_< I always forget about this part of winter.

 

I have no idea yet what is for dinner. Last night I made a lovely pork roast, but there was only enough leftovers for me to have a small lunch. I may just try for an easy night and go for chili cheese dogs and fries. If I get ambitious I'll do breakfast, with hash browns, sausage and omelets. Whatever turns out to be, it will involve hot cocoa in my new mug. It took forever because of the ice storm, but my package finally showed up yesterday with my new Rainbow Dash mug. Now I can enjoy my cocoa 20% cooler. 

Not fun :(

 

I'm planning on making a noodle stirfry. I tried the rice noodles this past weekend and.... they were very very good. It will probably be a veggie version, mushrooms, snow peas, broccoli, carrots and whatever else i can toss in.

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Plump ricotta gnocchi with two sauces - homemade tomato and fresh basil and a creamy roasted garlic Parmesan sauce.

Homemade Italian breadsticks.

Nuthin for dessert as we are being rather gluttonous tonight.

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Plump ricotta gnocchi with two sauces - homemade tomato and fresh basil and a creamy roasted garlic Parmesan sauce.

Homemade Italian breadsticks.

Nuthin for dessert as we are being rather gluttonous tonight.

gnocchi? Do you have a recipe for it?

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gnocchi? Do you have a recipe for it?

Yes. Ricotta or potato?

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Yes. Ricotta or potato?

Both!!! :D :D

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