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Stewed apples. I was going to skin them, but my motor skills weren't on my side today, So skinned stewed apples it is. Hopefully, it doesn't come back to bite me.

If i get hungery later i might eat a corn tortilla with a tad bit of peanut butter (enough to take the taste away).

Just my opinion, but yes, please, try to eat some protein of some kind. You are getting over the "bug", right? Hope you feel better soon.

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Steamed potatoes, carrots and green beans.

Peanut butter cookies.

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Hope you feel better soon!

I am going to try Peter and Kelli Bronski's Bison Chili recipe tonight.

holy smokes....I am actually quoting myself! Does anyone ever do that?? :lol: well, I have to share this info....

Bison chili..is outrageously delicious!

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holy smokes....I am actually quoting myself! Does anyone ever do that?? :lol: well, I have to share this info....

Bison chili..is outrageously delicious!

:) I was going to ask how it came out. Sounds delicious.

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:) I was going to ask how it came out. Sounds delicious.

It is!....want me to send the recipe to you?

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It is!....want me to send the recipe to you?

Yes please. The cold weather is coming and I start getting the urge for chili's and stews.

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Yes please. The cold weather is coming and I start getting the urge for chili's and stews.

I found the recipe in The Gluten Free Edge by Peter Bronski and Melissa McLean Jory, MNT but it is also cited here, on her website:

http://www.glutenfreeforgood.com/blog/out-west-chili-con-carne

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Thanks for the Chili recipe IH.

Tonight is more steamed potatoes and green beans, my tummy is still a little tender from getting glutened the other day.

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Spice-Rubbed Grilled Pork Tenderloin with Sweet Spicy Pepper Glaze

Creamy Polenta

Shaved Brussels Sprouts with Smoked Ham and Roasted Almonds in a Butter Sauce

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Going to make some spinage chickan fetticini alfredo for a late lunch early dinner :) One of my favorite foods XD

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yum....alfredo!!

Not today, however.

Meatloaf (the ground turkey kind)

Roasted potatoes

Corn (before the summer ends and it's gone)

and (not me, just hubs)-- a canoli

made at the gluten-free bakery/restaurant near us.

I am not partaking. I'm not. I mean it.

Signed, Chubster McFattypants

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oooooh i haven't had any corn on the cob this year :( too expensive in my area for some reason.

I am sure many regions are suffering because of the hot summer/drought, but the local farmer here (I'm in upstate NY) did not raise his prices. Still 50 cents an ear.

I remember my Mom would pay 10 cents an ear and the produce guy --- who came around on a truck to our street in Boston----would give

her a deal: a dozen for a buck.(showing my age here)

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Same meat as yesterday (spice-rubbed pork tenderloin with sweet and spicy red pepper glaze)

Hasselback Potatoes with Bay Leaves and Garlic

Bacon, Pearl Onion and Chestnut Sautee with Chestnut Honey Glaze (they become like candy!)

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I think i overdid the chicken, boiled it for about an hour than put it in the skillet cause it stilll kinda looked pink. The result? A dry very browned chicken. Oh well, at least i know its throughly cooked.

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My mom made salad, chicken parm, noodles and homemade garlic herb bread tonight :)

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I'm making;

meatloaf

roasted red potatoes

roasted carrots

I might make some sort of dessert...for the family though,not me, because I too suffer from "Chubster McFattypants syndrome" as well.....LOL

Edited to add- I'm baking a chocolate Namaste cake, it's in the oven.

Irish Heart- I noticed that we joined this forum exactly one day apart from each other. You have posted a lot more than me, Look at our numbers. I wonder if I could catch up with you? LOL....I doubt it. How may posts do we need before we can change the little "advanced community member" that is written below our avatar? Or is it a time on the forum thing? I see you changed yours. Is it numbers of posts, or amount of time as a member?

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Jambalaya (andouille, chicken and shrimp)

Sauteed Spinach with Tahini Dressing

Chocolate Pots de Creme

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Jambalaya (andouille, chicken and shrimp)

Sauteed Spinach with Tahini Dressing

Chocolate Pots de Creme

How do you make the chocolate pots de creme dairy free????? I MUST KNOW!!!

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Irish Heart- I noticed that we joined this forum exactly one day apart from each other. You have posted a lot more than me, Look at our numbers. I wonder if I could catch up with you? LOL....I doubt it. How may posts do we need before we can change the little "advanced community member" that is written below our avatar? Or is it a time on the forum thing? I see you changed yours. Is it numbers of posts, or amount of time as a member?

:lol: well, there are those who would say NO, you can never catch me because I am Chatty McTalksalot.

(Sylvia? Karen? LOVE2? --go ahead---I can take it LOL)

Anyone with over 501 posts can edit that little section under your avatar. It does not affect your status as an "advanced community member". It's just "decorative". See LOVE2TRAVEL's (she is secretly passing codes in Croatian) and Karen's says "fused fishy" under her pic of, appropriately, a fused fishy. Skylark's says "Glutenologist" :D

If you have 75 or more posts, you are an "Advanced Community Member" and have six circle thingies under your pic. There is probably a technical word for those "thingies", but I do not know what it is.

Members with 501 or more posts can choose a custom title, according to Peter. (he's my go-to guy for all things techno)

There's a discussion of this little line under your avatar here:

For it to make sense when you read it: At the time, Kareng had a pic of Santa with ho- ho -ho written underneath...hence, the "hooker" jokes. Otherwise, we just sound like blathering idiots.

Okay...... back to dinner discussions!

Pizza for hubs. Not sure for me....we're painting the kitchen.

(read as: he's painting, I'm supervising....)

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How do you make the chocolate pots de creme dairy free????? I MUST KNOW!!!

I'm not making them dairy free - that would be very, very tricky. Actually, nearly impossible. I'm making them for my husband - his birthday dessert pick. If I take Lactaid I may be able to have a few spoons of it, too, but we'll see. :huh:

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LOL LOL LOL...you are too funny. I guess that means I have to have a couple hundred plus more posts before I can write something clever below my clown-assed cat avatar!!!! I love reading everyones titles. "glutentoligist" is my fave!

You keep being Chatty Mctalksalot, cuz I love your posts!

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I'm not making them dairy free - that would be very, very tricky. Actually, nearly impossible. I'm making them for my husband - his birthday dessert pick. If I take Lactaid I may be able to have a few spoons of it, too, but we'll see. :huh:

Sniffle....maybe after my gut is healed, I can try dairy again. It's sounds so divine!!! For now, I made a chocolate Namaste cake.....NOM NOM NOM NOM...

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