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The What's For Dinner Tonight Chat
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Rosemary Butternut Squash with Garlic Scapes and Caramelized Onion

Brown Rice

Shredded Spinach

The goal was to eat some leftover lentils too, but they didn't really appeal. Perhaps I shall go eat some almonds...

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We ended up picking up a rotisserie turkey breast from BJ's to go with the leftover vegetable risotto from lunch.

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Stir fry chicken with spring onions and basil. Topped with avocado mashed with lemon and lime juice. Eaten with baked kettle potato chips....oh yeah, white wine too! Later a bowl of berries.

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Slab o' salmon cooked with curry powder, garlic and salt and finished with a simmer in red wine. Served over microwaved frozen stir-fry veggies, the whole thing sprinkled with lemon juice.

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Pork chops, kale, carrots, and sauerkraut. We had some of last year's blueberries with homemade yogurt and crispy walnuts as a treat before dinner, too. The kale came from the garden and we realized when taking third helpings that there were caterpillars who got fried up with it! We probably ate a few of them, too!

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Cinnamon buns. Amazing, wonderful, perfect cinnamon buns. I'm trying really hard not to eat them all so there are some for the kids to have for breakfast.

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Ratatouille with parmesan corn bread. Carrot Cake for dessert.

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I am making waffles. I was glutened by cc or I have a virus..not sure but they are the only thing that sound good to me. So that with some strawberries.

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chicken salad sandwiches and yellow split pea dahl. I know it doesn't go together, oh well. B)

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I have luscious flank steak marinating in a Thai-inspired lemongrass kaffir lime marinade. We are going to grill to medium rare, slice thinly against the grain and place in cellophone wrappers with cucumber, carrot and radish matchsticks, tiny microgreens from the garden and vermicelli noodles and drizzle with Thai dressing. Celeriac and green apple slaw with apple cider vinaigrette and fried capers. Simply green grapes for dessert.

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scrambled eggs

brown rice cous-cous (meh... not so sure about it) with bay, sage, thyme, and garlic

butternut squash

chocolate hazelnut mini-muffin(s)

Egyptian Mint Licorice Tea

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We had grilled steaks marinated in a spiced up mango puree (it was use or lose the mango) with roasted sweet potatoes. I have a nice batch of okra in the refrigerator...any ideas?

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Sausages and cheese followed by strawberries and wine.

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Tonight we had a sea food medley (frozen) in a lemony broth with herbs, steamed broccoli, and salad from the garden, with homemade ranch dressing. The kids were still hungry so they ate beef patties, too.

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I got my brand new waffle baker in the mail today so I made homemade gluten free waffles with my new flour mix I made up and they were wonderful!!! my non gluten free son loved them too.

I will never buy frozen cardboard again!!! Sorry Van's but I only speak the truth LOL

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I have luscious flank steak marinating in a Thai-inspired lemongrass kaffir lime marinade. We are going to grill to medium rare, slice thinly against the grain and place in cellophone wrappers with cucumber, carrot and radish matchsticks, tiny microgreens from the garden and vermicelli noodles and drizzle with Thai dressing. Celeriac and green apple slaw with apple cider vinaigrette and fried capers. Simply green grapes for dessert.

I bet I'm too late for dinner huh? Wow that sounds good!!

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I bet I'm too late for dinner huh? Wow that sounds good!!

It was very flavourful and fun. Sorry you missed it - perhaps tonight? :lol:

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Swedish Meatballs with a touch of Red Currant Jelly

Duchesse Potatoes with Roasted Black Garlic

Molasses Roasted Cherry Tomatoes

Shaved Fennel Salad with Blue Cheese, Candied Walnuts and Vanilla Bean Vinaigrette

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Chili, Corn Chips, Cheesecake and Chocolate Chip Cookies while watching the Canucks win the Cup!

Tonight is brought to you by the letter C!

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Chicken Sauce Piquante served over rice.

Wenmin

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Chili, Corn Chips, Cheesecake and Chocolate Chip Cookies while watching the Canucks win the Cup!

Tonight is brought to you by the letter C!

My husband is watching the Canucks win tonight! I will be at our Celiac meeting so will miss the Canucks winning.

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tonight rice crackers with cream cheese B)

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I made hamburgers on my little George Foreman grill and wrapped them in romaine lettuce with a little cheese and diced tomato. I also had ore ida sweet potato fries. For those of you that are soy allergic, they are soy free. They use canola oil for these. They are pretty good.

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That flank steak sounds YUM!! I just got a flank steak. The last one I got we stir fried and it was so good. But I am going to marinate it this time around.

We had andouille sausage with red potatoes and corn on the cob. I got the produce from the farmer's market this morning and it was so good!

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Roast pork with homemade NE Carolina BBQ sauce, carrots, and taters. I really need to start thinking green. Dessert: potato vodka with pear juice and fresh lycchee martini. My sidekick opted for the usual (peanut butter cookie using THE recipe.) :)

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