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Thank you!!! I'm going to make it today, and add sausage to it,and omit the cheese. I actually have ALL the ingredients.....happy dance!!!

well, I'll do the happy dance with you (can you see me? :) )....the sausage will make it even tastier, no doubt. Enjoy!

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1st time here!

Making me hungry reading....

Sunday dinner is

Very fresh sea bass filets (moved to the coast this year and if you get there at the right time can see what the fishermen have brought in)

Baked with butter and fresh parsley.

Little potatoes, green beans and carrots.

Mmmm

Mw

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Sounds good, what did you use for salad dressing? I haven't been Dairy Free very long and was a huge fan of homemade buttermilk ranch dressing. I haven't had a salad since sadly having to give-up dairy.

Usually I just put salt, lemon juice and olive oil. But for that salad, I sautéed a chopped onion (a quarter ot it, actually) with oregano and olive oil. Then I put salt, and more olive oil.

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Sunday dinner is

Very fresh sea bass filets (moved to the coast this year and if you get there at the right time can see what the fishermen have brought in)

Baked with butter and fresh parsley.

mmm, I LOVE sea bass. Hubs hates it, so I only get to eat it occasionally. May I come over? I'll bring cake.

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well, I'll do the happy dance with you (can you see me? :) )....the sausage will make it even tastier, no doubt. Enjoy!

I CAN SO see you dancing an Irish jig with me...heheheh......(As my daughter just Irish jigged across the living room for me) BAHAHAHAHAH

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I CAN SO see you dancing an Irish jig with me...heheheh......(As my daughter just Irish jigged across the living room for me) BAHAHAHAHAH

oh no, point your binoculars more south. That's not me...

I was doing something like this:

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oh no, point your binoculars more south. That's not me...

I was doing something like this:

breakdanceblog.jpg

Lol. Now you can eat that cake guilt free.

I am making a quick pasta with home made pesto for supper. I am busy canning and jam making today.

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oh no, point your binoculars more south. That's not me...

I was doing something like this:

breakdanceblog.jpg

I made the Rag-out.....OMGEEEEEEEE, it was to die for!!! I ate so much I had to take a nap. When I got up, my curly tail followed my belly, which was leading the way into the kitchen to get some more. It's a keeper recipe. I added smoked polish style sausage made locally, both gluten and dairy free. Best sausage I've EVER eaten and was amazing in the rag-out recipe. Thanks

For dessert, I had a cup of fresh ground organic local coffee with Mounds almond joy coffee creamer:

Mounds almond Joy coffee creamer;

Thai original coconut milk

Ghirardelli unsweetened cocoa powder

almond extract

vanilla

stevia

Store it in a glass jar with a lid and enjoy it for days and days with your coffeee.

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Oh I see you now! But how far south are you from me??? I live 130 miles from the Mexican border....LOL

I made the Rag-out.....OMGEEEEEEEE, it was to die for!!!

I am so far Northeast.... you would feel too chilly, sweets! :lol:

I threw that out there to see what you would say. You ARE in sunny climes, you lucky girl.

I am sooooo glad you liked it :)

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I baked an acorn squash and had it for dinner (turned out to be about a cup to a cup and a half due to part of it drying out -_-). I figured it would be good on a not so good digestive system at the moment.

Put a little bit of olive oil (avoiding dairy till i'm better) and brown sugar. Yum..

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Hubs is doing dinner tonight - he is going to stuff an acorn squash with sausage and all kinds of vegetables and bake it - yum,yum. He'd better get cracking!

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Hubs is doing dinner tonight - he is going to stuff an acorn squash with sausage and all kinds of vegetables and bake it - yum,yum. He'd better get cracking!

Oh wow, that sounds good.

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Last night we had grilled chicken breasts, corn and garlic ranch mashed potatoes.

My husband got some pork chops out of the freezer which I suppose is my queue to so something with them for dinner tonight. I had to work today so maybe on my way home I'll see if I can find a nice looking squash to have with them or something.

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pork and apples go really well together. I love pan searing a piece of pork, then cooking the apples up with brown sugar. Squash would be good with it too.

Making something with chicken tonight, probably another soup, probably will put carrots in it. Then cook up (perhaps see how i feel) another acorn squash. Most likely will have rice with it as well.

I'd love to add some cabbage to it, but with my recent tummy issues, i'm not eating anything that might make it worse.

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There's a nice-looking acorn squash sitting here looking at me right now.

I think it's getting baked, with some roasted potatoes

and a piece of salmon for me (but sausage for hubs) He won't touch fish.

Peter and Kelli Bronski's easy salmon recipe in a foil packet: salmon, red onion, scallions and garlic with an olive oil, agave and lime baste with a pinch of cinnamon. (yup)

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I love acorn squash, put a bit of brown sugar on it or even mince up an apple to add to it and yum :3

that's what I do, too! yummedy yum yum

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I always, and I mean always, have some sort of apple-y something with my pork and I was thinking that maybe I needed to not do that. But somehow the apple just is calling to me. I stopped at the garden market on the way home and picked up a beauteous little squash. I'm sending my husband for a haircut and I think I'll have him bring an apple home to add to the squash when I throw it in the oven. It just sounds so perfectly autumny. At least it isn't the same old with sage or caramel sauce nonsense.

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Veggies and chicken broth. Gluten got me again :/

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I throw it in the oven. It just sounds so perfectly autumny. At least it isn't the same old with sage or caramel sauce nonsense.

:lol: can I just repeat how much I so love your delivery? because I do. mmmwaaa!

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Chicken and yellow rice tonight:-) Maybe some black beans...

Only draw back is that I have not been able to find an MSG free yellow rice mix (dye free and of course gluten free though :-)

I ussually modify the recipee a little. Butter instead or margrin and chicken broth instead of water plus extra garlic and tumeric.

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