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anything green?  just teasing...always after someone in my house to try something green with his carbs ;)

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 foster farms corn dogs

i bought those!  then the website didn't say if it was dedicated, blah, so i just called to double check.  and got their voicemail, then they called me back and got MY voicemail.  twice.....  i should have asked the question on the voicemail and they could have answered on my voicemail.  anyways, i fed them to the grandkids and they love them, so i bought them again.  you did ok with them, then, i'm assuming?  

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I have a coupon for the corn dogs but the store it's for doesn't have them. <_< I need to tell them to get some before the coupon expires. They shouldn't be putting coupons for gluten free stuff on my app if they aren't gonna have it in my store.

 

Tonight is waffle night. I'm finally gonna break in my new waffle iron. Yay! We'll have sausage or ham or something with it. I don't know, not worried about it this early.

 

Yesterday the girl who missed a few weeks at the limeade stand came back, apparently she hurt her shoulder and couldn't work for a while. She came to talk to Jose next to me to see if she could get some tacos, but he immediately told her no because he didn't bring any corn tortillas. She shrugged it off, said something else and was walking off when I couldn't resist running over. I asked if she had celiac, she does, I said I do too then told her we have a tamale vendor if she needed lunch since Jose couldn't feed her. We talked for a minute and we both excited to randomly run into another celiac person just dealing with the same struggle but managing happily in the same place. It was great. Then after she walked away I realized that I walked away from my husband while he was in the middle of a sentence to talk to her. Oops. :lol: I'm so lucky he's so understanding. :wub:

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Black bean burgers with lettuce, tomato, and pickle on Red Robin buns (they let you purchase extras to take home!), potato salad, Lay's potato chips, and watermelon. :)

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Just put my beef roast on the rotisserie :D.  Doing some baked potatoes and zucchini with the roast.

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Breakfast for dinner after we go see James Camerans new movie.

Hubs has been riding both weekend mornings since he got over the virus from hell...so boys haven't had a big breakfast lately.

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I have a coupon for the corn dogs but the store it's for doesn't have them. <_< I need to tell them to get some before the coupon expires. They shouldn't be putting coupons for gluten free stuff on my app if they aren't gonna have it in my store.

 

Tonight is waffle night. I'm finally gonna break in my new waffle iron. Yay! We'll have sausage or ham or something with it. I don't know, not worried about it this early.

 

Yesterday the girl who missed a few weeks at the limeade stand came back, apparently she hurt her shoulder and couldn't work for a while. She came to talk to Jose next to me to see if she could get some tacos, but he immediately told her no because he didn't bring any corn tortillas. She shrugged it off, said something else and was walking off when I couldn't resist running over. I asked if she had celiac, she does, I said I do too then told her we have a tamale vendor if she needed lunch since Jose couldn't feed her. We talked for a minute and we both excited to randomly run into another celiac person just dealing with the same struggle but managing happily in the same place. It was great. Then after she walked away I realized that I walked away from my husband while he was in the middle of a sentence to talk to her. Oops. :lol: I'm so lucky he's so understanding. :wub:

You can talk to him anytime....a new Sillyak friend to be made would take priority for me too.

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Yeah for new Psilly Yak friends!

Tonight we had lasagna ( not crockpot) and Italian casserole. The casserole was soooo good. I used red sauce and made a pesto cream sauce and cheeses. The lasagna was good, too. Salad and Snickers cookie bars for dessert

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anything green? just teasing...always after someone in my house to try something green with his carbs ;)

Yes I had lettuce on the too. Before I found the pure knead bread I was making lettuce wraps. :-)
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I have a coupon for the corn dogs but the store it's for doesn't have them. <_< I need to tell them to get some before the coupon expires. They shouldn't be putting coupons for gluten free stuff on my app if they aren't gonna have it in my store.

What app is this that has gluten free coupons???

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She shrugged it off, said something else and was walking off when I couldn't resist running over. I asked if she had celiac, she does, I said I do too then told her we have a tamale vendor if she needed lunch since Jose couldn't feed her. We talked for a minute and we both excited to randomly run into another celiac person just dealing with the same struggle but managing happily in the same place. It was great.

Haha. This makes me think of last night when I went to my favorite "watering hole" and got a few drinks (they got Johnny Appleseed on draft now! I tell myself it's just for me!) But anywho, one of the servers comes up to me and asks "what gluten free beers do we have?" Weird I know, but she knows I can't have gluten, so she decided to ask a trusted source. Of course, being the nosey person I am, I watch to see what table she was asking for, and who got the gluten free beer...I kinda wish I had gone over and said something to the girl who got it, but she was with what appeared to be parents and at long and neice, so I didn't. :-/ It would def be nice to meet someone my own age in my area who has celiac.

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And now for a post related to the thread topic....tonight for dinner I decided to be a little uncreative...just simple pasta with diced grilled chicken and red sauce. Pretty good for being simple stuffs.

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And now for a post related to the thread topic....

That's why we added the word "chart" to the title! Lol

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What app is this that has gluten free coupons???

 

The app for Smith's. It's in the Kroger family of stores and it was my understanding that all of them have their own apps. They probably have similar coupons too. I can't honestly remember now though if it's a regular coupon or a "customer best" coupon which is one of the ones tailored to me and how I shop. They just loaded those again at the same time this one appeared. They also do a free Friday download every week, and even when it isn't something I can have (like last week it was a Chili's entree frozen meal) I still get it and either feed it to my husband because it's free food or take it to the food bank if he won't eat it. They're my favorite store to shop at because they sell Udi's on the shelf and mark it down two days before it's dated. I brought home chocolate muffins last week. :D

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 Snickers cookie bars for dessert

WOAH WOAH WOAH please tell me how to make these :D  I am going to die if I don't get that into my mouth!

 

The app for Smith's. It's in the Kroger family of stores and it was my understanding that all of them have their own apps. They probably have similar coupons too. I can't honestly remember now though if it's a regular coupon or a "customer best" coupon which is one of the ones tailored to me and how I shop. They just loaded those again at the same time this one appeared. They also do a free Friday download every week, and even when it isn't something I can have (like last week it was a Chili's entree frozen meal) I still get it and either feed it to my husband because it's free food or take it to the food bank if he won't eat it. They're my favorite store to shop at because they sell Udi's on the shelf and mark it down two days before it's dated. I brought home chocolate muffins last week. :D

 

Around here they have Kroger which is in that family, you can go online and link coupons to your plus card. They have the free thing every Friday as well.  I know there are Krogers in middle georgia where my relatives live, may want to check it out Georgiaguy!

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WOAH WOAH WOAH please tell me how to make these :D  I am going to die if I don't get that into my mouth!

 

 

 

 

 

 

http://www.bettycrocker.com/recipes/gluten-free-peanut-butter-cookie-candy-bars/1857648e-8c3f-497e-ade3-42b7c9991769

 

 

I use about 6-8 oz of semi-sweet chips for the top (not milk chocolate).

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http://www.bettycrocker.com/recipes/gluten-free-peanut-butter-cookie-candy-bars/1857648e-8c3f-497e-ade3-42b7c9991769

 

 

I use about 6-8 oz of semi-sweet chips for the top (not milk chocolate).

 

Sheesh....I'm gonna have to make these.  

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Sheesh....I'm gonna have to make these.  

 

 

The problem is - they make a lot - a 9 x 13 pan.  Good when you have other people to eat some of them.

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Yes I had lettuce on the too. Before I found the pure knead bread I was making lettuce wraps. :-)

Oh great...glad I needn't worry...carry on ;)

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Our waffles were good. They weren't bland or anything, but they were plain. I think in the future we'll add fruit or something to them. I do really love my new waffle iron though! Cooking four waffles at a time really makes it go fast so I'm not in the kitchen all night making dinner. And there are plenty of leftovers for breakfast and snacks.

 

I want to make fried chicken, but the chicken won't be thawed for tonight. I think we'll just have pasta, I'll leave it up to my husband what he wants. He's been bugging me for chicken alfredo so we may have that. Or we may have spaghetti with red sauce. I don't know yet, but something easy since I have something with so much more effort planned for tomorrow. What I do know for sure is there will be waffles between now and then.

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Just stopped at Target, and the wow cookies are on sale.  Took all my strength to buy just one bag.  Those things are so good!  Tonight I am going to make chicken stir fry for dinner,one of the few ways I get my husband to eat his veggies!

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I just found out a local company makes a whiskey salami with a whiskey from a local distillery. And it's on sale. Looks like I need to go shopping at a particular store this week. I love trying new and exciting things!

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I have pork chops out, not sure what I'm going to do with them yet, maybe grill them.

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Got London broil defrosting here...may throw it in KFG with diced jalapeños and onions for another round of green beef...there were no leftovers last week...the kid that works nights didn't get any. Plus it is easy . Win, win :)

Whiskey Salami sound very interesting!

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These are awesome! I subbed almonds and almond butter as one son is avoiding peanuts and made it safe for me to take a nibble.

Yum!

Ps...thanks Karen and I used semi sweet like K recommends.

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