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tonight is ,,,,,,,,,, well it doesnt really have a name. Basically it is egg roll filling with out the egg roll wrapper :P:lol: and some cherrys for dessert .

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tonight is ,,,,,,,,,, well it doesnt really have a name. Basically it is egg roll filling with out the egg roll wrapper :P:lol: and some cherrys for dessert .

Sounds a bit like my "taco-less" tacos :P Maybe "roll-less" egg rolls :lol:

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-potato parsnip patties with jalapeno applesauce

-slices of sharp cheddar

-brussell sprout, carrot & date slaw

Vegetarian!

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Sounds a bit like my "taco-less" tacos :P Maybe "roll-less" egg rolls :lol:

I do a taco-less taco too. Had one for lunch. Minus the cheese (low iodine). Sigh. I want CHEESE!

Dinner was BBQ Baby Back Ribs & white acre peas.

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I had fresh okra that needed to be cooked, and I didn't feel like cooking. But I hate to waste food!

I boiled 2 cups of red lentils with 2 cups of water and a can of diced tomatos while I sauteed chopped onion, serrano pepper, red pepper, garlic and sliced okra over medium high heat for 7-10 minutes. The onions actually burnt (and turned sweet) and the okra was crisp and flavorful vs. being slimy. Added 1 tsp cumin, 1/2 tsp. tumeric, S&P & the juice of a whole lemon to the lentils and served the veggies over the lentils garnished with creme fraiche and fresh chopped flat leaf parsley. It was the bees knees...quick, easy, healty and full of flavor.

The creme frache isn't necessary, you could substitute with sour cream or plain or greek yogurt, or forego.

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My friend and I made vietnamese spring rolls with rice paper, rice noodles, lettuce, shrimp, red pepper, cashews and shredded carrots with a gluten-free peanut sauce for dipping. It was time consuming but delicious.

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I hope you get better quickly love2travel!

Had pot roast here.

Thanks! Sometimes when you have a bad cold you feel as though you deserve to be spoiled to bits and waited on. :P

Still sick today so made gluten-free crispy crust pizza with all sorts of delicious toppings. It was incredible.

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My friend and I made vietnamese spring rolls with rice paper, rice noodles, lettuce, shrimp, red pepper, cashews and shredded carrots with a gluten-free peanut sauce for dipping. It was time consuming but delicious.

I really enjoy making spring rolls. They are so easy yet taste complicated. I love that you can make hundreds of fillings and sauces. They are so versatile!

People would be amazed at how well those with celiac can eat. The meal you just mentioned is naturally gluten free but some do not think of it that way.

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I made steamed white bread with Segedinsky goulash which is Sour Kraut sauce with pork chops and spices. It

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I had Pad Thai....Mmmmm!! I got the recipe from "Looneyspoons", and it was spectacularly gluten-free without any modifications needed, aside from using gluten-free soya sauce! YUM!! :)

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roast chicken, boiled cabbage and grated parmesean cheese baked into chips + choc-choc chip ice cream cake with carmel topping!

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I also made Vegetable Wellington Redux with gluten Phyllo dough from Vegetarian times magazine for my vegetarian son yesterday. It's asparagus with red Bell pepper, onion, two cheeses, pesto and spinach baked in the Phyllo dough.

I would like to ask you guys for a homemade gluten free Phyllo recipe that you tried and it was good. Please!!!

I want to make this gluten free for myself.

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I really enjoy making spring rolls. They are so easy yet taste complicated. I love that you can make hundreds of fillings and sauces. They are so versatile!

People would be amazed at how well those with celiac can eat. The meal you just mentioned is naturally gluten free but some do not think of it that way.

I came home for lunch today and pan fried two of the leftovers in a little coconut oil to heat and crisp them up! To die for delicious.

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Another vegetarian meal:

-olive tapenade, orange & baby spinach salad

-potato gratin with tomato, basil & parmesan

Getting into salads now as the weather warms up (and leaving behind root vegetable & squash purees).

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No one's cooking tonight? I'm looking forward to meat tonight since my husband, the vegetarian, is away.

-pan-fried spinach & feta chicken sausage (they didn't make them like this when I was a kid)

-jalapeno applesauce

-sauteed broccoli rabe with crispy garlic pieces*

-polenta rounds

*I slice garlic thinly and fry it in some olive oil until it browns. Then, I'll add it to my greens once they're cooked. Better than breadcrumbs!

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Still away from home, housesitting so do not have all my stuff accessible. I am very limited but am making:

Twice-Stuffed Potatoes with Pancetta and Smoked Gouda

Seared Pork Chop with Pomegranate Reduction

Cucumber Salad with Lemon Vinaigrette

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I made today mashed potatoes with Earth Balance margarine and rice milk, sauce from chicken breast, onion, mushrooms and spices, and steamed asparagus and saut

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I've been sick with a cold and a cough for a few weeks and need to go to the doctor. It's been butternut squash soup and tonight a bacon and cheese baked potato. I feel lousy! I got CC this past weekend at my own hands. I have a shared household. I've had two great pain free months until this weekend, so that's a blessing!

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Paula Deans Shrimp Etouffee....it was yummy! :)

But, what's the difference between white pepper and black pepper, other than color? :unsure:

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Oh Carolina, I'm so sorry. Cc'd & a cold ~~ life just isn't fair! Get well quick.smile.gif

I'm drooling at what you guys are having. I'm still having to watch the iodine intake otherwise I would be inhaling your meals straight off of my computer screen! Asparagus! Ohhhhhhhhhhhhhh. Drooling. High in iodine. Gouda cheese! Sigh. Same story.

Baby back ribs -- no BBQ sauce tonight.

Sweet Potatoes w/ melted marshmallows on top of the slices

Crookneck squash braised in coconut oil

Simple food but still very tasty!

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Oh Carolina, I'm so sorry. Cc'd & a cold ~~ life just isn't fair! Get well quick.smile.gif

I'm drooling at what you guys are having. I'm still having to watch the iodine intake otherwise I would be inhaling your meals straight off of my computer screen! Asparagus! Ohhhhhhhhhhhhhh. Drooling. High in iodine. Gouda cheese! Sigh. Same story.

Baby back ribs -- no BBQ sauce tonight.

Sweet Potatoes w/ melted marshmallows on top of the slices

Crookneck squash braised in coconut oil

Simple food but still very tasty!

Thank you!! I think it's the same way with a lot of us, I drool whenever anyone mentions peanut or almonds and tomato! I'm allergic....ahhh to eat spoonfuls of peanutbutter!!!!

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Thank you!! I think it's the same way with a lot of us, I drool whenever anyone mentions peanut or almonds and tomato! I'm allergic....ahhh to eat spoonfuls of peanutbutter!!!!

Ohhhhhhhhh, so you have to watch for those labels that say "may contain traces of tree nuts". I am truly sorry. Reading for gluten & nuts ~~~ must make your eyes cross!happy.gif

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Thank you!! I think it's the same way with a lot of us, I drool whenever anyone mentions peanut or almonds and tomato! I'm allergic....ahhh to eat spoonfuls of peanutbutter!!!!

I'm in the same boat as you, but I got more things to watch: all nuts, but I found sunflower butter that taste like nuts to me and I can manage 2-3 Tbsp. without major problem; kiwi, everything with honey, except clover honey in small amounts (I don't know why- probably pollen is the issue); new thing for me: casein allergy and I forgot something strange: orange aroma, or oil from orange peels, orange zest. All allergens that I have are causing my throat to shut, or uncontrolled cough.

Yesterday I also try to bake cake from potato dough. It was disaster. Dough tasted like burned potato and filling? OMG, yucky! I threw the all cake in garbage.

Even good cook can burn dinner sometimes.:lol: :lol: :lol:

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But, what's the difference between white pepper and black pepper, other than color? :unsure:

To me it would be color...but that doesn't necessarily mean that's correct. ohmy.gif You wouldn't want black flecks in white sauce for example. tongue.gif

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Still away from home and am cooking for myself:

Ricotta Gnocchi with Browned Butter and Crispy Sage

Rosemary Roasted Radishes

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