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Turkey pizza meatloaf (I had pizza on the mind but planned on meatloaf so why not make a pizza-flavored meatloaf? :lol: ), salad and maybe some green beans with almonds.

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French toast (made with Simona's Challa I baked yesterday) and bacon. It's only 3:50 here and I'm going to go start cooking because I can't wait any longer!

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We're having duck again tonight but differently. This time I am searing it (keeping the fat for roasting truffled fries) and eating it with a roasted plum sauce. Divine. Am making funky sweet potato fries and grilling zucchini with mint vinaigrette. If we had leftover risotto I would be making arancini! Next time...

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I was tired. Bush's baked beans, a burger on gluten-free bread, and microwaved corn on the cob.

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tonite: LEFTOVERS!!!!

but last night i made gyros - the gluten-eaters ate them on regular pita bread and i ate mine on: udi's pizza crust!! it was awesommmmme and a great substitution for pitas :D

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The last of the duck - this time pomegranate glazed. Lemon-infused rice. Two kinds of deviled eggs - brandy truffled and horseradish. Steamed broccoli with crispy capers.

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Hubby's coming down with a cold so I made eggdrop soup with bean thread noodles.

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Chicken tossed in gluten free flour and browned, onions, garlic, tomatoes, tomato puree, dry sherry, stock and fresh basil and thyme. Bunged in the slow cooker and will be ready tonight. Still to decide what I'm serving with it.

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Well hubby gave me his cold, so we've been living mostly on chicken and rice noodle soup. Today I'm FINALLY feeling better so tonight I made a hash with turkey kielbasa, potaoes, bell pepper and onions.

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Pasta salad with black olives, cucumber, hormel pepproni, small cubes of cheese with a natural champagne dressing.(red onion and a yellow bell pepper works nice in this as well) Roasted chicken with basil.

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Leftovers, but they were exquisite. Defrosted twice baked potatos reheated on the grill, along with 1/2 a stuffed poblano pepper and left over gyro meat.

Dessert was a couple melon ball sized scoops of rum raisin ice cream.

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Made my first gluten-free lasagna - sipping on some wine, making arugala and tomato salad.

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bacon potato cheddar soup w/simona's challah bread :) the gluteneaters can have saltines. i might chuck a slice right into the bowl and melt some mozzerella over it. sliced tomatoes <probably the last of garden tomatoes :(

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Chili, cornbread and pumpkin custard. :D

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Fish Tacos with Citrus and Shredded Lettuce on Teff Tortillas

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Dirty rice, corn on the cob, sliced heirloom tomatoes.

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last night: magic bullet night! pork taquitos (leftover pork roast ground up and mixed with cheddar/monterey jack chz rolled inside corn tortillas and fried) magic bullet pico de gallo, sour cream, spanish rice.

first time i made taquitos and they turned out delicious. and just about foolproof :)

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last night: magic bullet night! pork taquitos (leftover pork roast ground up and mixed with cheddar/monterey jack chz rolled inside corn tortillas and fried) magic bullet pico de gallo, sour cream, spanish rice.

first time i made taquitos and they turned out delicious. and just about foolproof :)

those sound good!!

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It's Indian Night/Deep Fryer Friday

Pakoras with chutneys (mango and tamarind)

Aloo Gobi (Cauliflower and Potato curry)

Masoor Dal (Curried Lentils)

Butter Chicken

Jasmine Rice

Caramel Custard for dessert (It's in the oven now and making my house smell all nice and custardy).

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Finally not feeling like I am half dead! After not cooking for over a week I am back in the kitchen, doing what I love most. No longer very nauseous. Just getting over an intestinal infection. So, we're having simple:

- roast chicken with herbs, garlic, etc. under the skin and roasted lemons - makes great jus with a splash of white wine

- roasted potatoes and baby carrots

- minted peas

Not quite ready for dessert yet...

So happy to be cooking! :D

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The last of the duck - this time pomegranate glazed. Lemon-infused rice. Two kinds of deviled eggs - brandy truffled and horseradish. Steamed broccoli with crispy capers.

What kind of duck do you eat? I got a muscovy duck the last time from my CSA, and I killed it. Much different than whatever type of duck I got in the store. Any suggestions from the culinary wizard??? :)

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What kind of duck do you eat? I got a muscovy duck the last time from my CSA, and I killed it. Much different than whatever type of duck I got in the store. Any suggestions from the culinary wizard??? :)

Lots! Muscovy, mallard, domestic tame (my brother raises them). Are you looking for suggestions for roasting a whole duck, duck breasts or other (i.e. foie gras, duck confit)? I have tons of duck recipes as duck is one of my favourite things in the world to eat! :) Do you want recipes or cooking techniques?

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Simple again but oh, so good...

Roasted Apple, Butternut Squash and Leek Soup with Spicy Pepitas and Pumpkinseed Oil

Caramelized Onion Focaccia Bread

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Tonight I made pasta with bolognese ragu', which is first and second dish all together.....pasta I use Asolane by Mulino di ferro.....italian brand.....if you find it...try it...it is super.......Ciao a tutti Veronica

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I decided to make pasta sauce with lamb sausages instead of ground chuck. The flavor is EXCELLENT! Compliments the sundried tomato/basil pasta sauce very well. Used the usual amt. of fresh garlic, chopped onions, and fresh herbs. Served over gluten-free pasta.

Spinach/field greens salad and garlic multi-grain Rudi's toast completed it. Oh yum!

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