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Adalaide    361
run!?  on purpose??  i only run when somebody's chasing me  :o  although my brother went and bought a badminton set.  this is either gonna be great or terrible lolz  :D

 

Seriously! Running is for things like the zombie apocalypse. I'm not even sure I'd run if one was chasing me. I mean, why die all tired, out of breath, with terrible cramps and miserable? :lol: :lol: :lol: Besides, with my celiac addled brain I'm counting on the zombies leaving me alone. Nothing here for them anyway.

 

(BTW, he still has all 10 of his toes! So he can count to 20 just fine on his own. :P )

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GottaSki    459

that was my other choice!  next round will be gold, i think :)

 

 

but now he can only count to 18!!   :P  <a little tennessee humor for ya there 

run!?  on purpose??  i only run when somebody's chasing me  :o  although my brother went and bought a badminton set.  this is either gonna be great or terrible lolz  :D

 

i am leaning toward mushroom swiss burgers for dinner.  and i have some bok choy left so probably put a salad together with some almonds and crunchy 'tink' noodles i have left < those things keep pretty well, too, btw.  i usually make more than i need and you don't have to refrigerate or freeze them)  apple cider vinegarette and some mandarin oranges for the hubs.  

 

sounds like you are getting our weather from yesterday, irish.  i miss my fireplace insert/woodstove thingy every time my neighbor starts a fire in her fireplace i can smell it....  

 

 

yep on purpose...was a long distance runner in high school...mostly to run away from home each day, but turned out i liked it...silly joint and muscle issues sidelined me in my early 20s -- i wonder what from :huh:

 

gotta make those tink noodles this weekend --- chinese again will be great :)

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Adalaide    361

For the record, my husband says my muffins are the best thing I ever baked. He also thinks it is a crime that I am taking the best thing I ever baked away from him to share with other people. :lol: I told him I just need more flour (I used every bit of my sorghum) and I'll make him more right away. I can not recommend making this enough. I made mini ones and just cooked them for 15 minutes and they are omg perfect.

 

http://glutenfreegoddess.blogspot.com/2012/09/gluten-free-apple-cake-muffins.html

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Adalaide    361

Tonight we'll have the little bit of leftover pork loin from last night. I think I'll make some buckwheat cakes and maybe some fried apples to go with it. I was out way too late last night, I need a nap before I have to feed my man.

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Sweet potato, scrambled eggs, mushrooms and parma ham.

Odd day, I think I got dairied for the first time, my black decaf tea looked a bit cloudy. I had massive cravings and spent the day eating, and had to do the school run through a migraine fog (walking). I think the teachers thought I had been on the gin at lunchtime...

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IrishHeart    1,633

Sweet potato, scrambled eggs, mushrooms and parma ham.

Odd day, I think I got dairied for the first time, my black decaf tea looked a bit cloudy. I had massive cravings and spent the day eating, and had to do the school run through a migraine fog (walking). I think the teachers thought I had been on the gin at lunchtime...

 

sorry about the migraine and fog, but I had to giggle at your expression:  "thought I had been on the gin". 

yes, gluten head is like that only not nearly as fun.

 

We're having roast chicken, oven roasted root veggies and ice packs all around.  And possibly, I'll be on the gin.

 

I'm pooped and those 640 muscles we humans have?...well, I know where all of them are now. They have made themselves known..  :lol:

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kareng    1,992

Crock pot lasagna with spinach, hamburger & Italian turkey sausage! Yum!

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GottaSki    459

Crock pot lasagna with spinach, hamburger & Italian turkey sausage! Yum!

 

crock pot...lasagna...how do you do that?

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kareng    1,992

crock pot...lasagna...how do you do that?

http://www.crockingirls.com/recipes/crockin-lasagna/

I used half sausage half hamburger. Switch to rice noodles

This is a good site. I subscribe to them on FB. 3? Ladies that were putting videos of them making things in the slow cooker. They seemed like they wanted to make a cooking show! :)

If anyone wants a recipe or a response from me and I don't get back to you, please PM me. I have missed people's requests for product info or recipes before. I may be grumpy but I'm very nice and happy to share.

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GottaSki    459

http://www.crockingirls.com/recipes/crockin-lasagna/

I used half sausage half hamburger. Switch to rice noodles

This is a good site. I subscribe to them on FB. 3? Ladies that were putting videos of them making things in the slow cooker. They seemed like they wanted to make a cooking show! :)

If anyone wants a recipe or a response from me and I don't get back to you, please PM me. I have missed people's requests for product info or recipes before. I may be grumpy but I'm very nice and happy to share.

 

THANK YOU :)

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IrishHeart    1,633

 I may be grumpy but I'm very nice and happy to share.

 

:lol:  why,K... you're 3 dwarves in one!

 

Even skeptical me has made crock pot lasagne,.... and I have to say except for a few crispy sections, It was darn good.

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GottaSki    459

teaching son to make chili in the crockpot this weekend...this is the older one -- the younger one is an awesome cook -- but the older one is itching to get his own place so the cooking lessons have begun -- thinking crock pot lasagna will be next week's lesson -- and we are all grumpy yet nice -- I think it is a silly yak thing ;)

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GottaSki    459

Skidoodle

How about any of these for son #1 to try?

 

http://www.glutenfreeda.com/feb12-crockpot.asp

 

http://sevenclowncircus.com/2013/01/easy-crockpot-macaroni-and-cheese.html

 

( just sub gluten-free noodles, she says)

 

great!!!!

 

thank you :)

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shadowicewolf    166

I cannot believe how much its been raining this week. I'm enjoying it, but i got soaked again.

 

Leftovers for me along with the last part of that cake :)

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Adalaide    361

We've had rain every day this week. Really bizarre weather we're having. I swear sometimes with the way our weather syncs up we could be next door neighbors!

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IrishHeart    1,633

White pizza with garlic and broccoli. So much for my low carb experiment. If I don't get me some starchy carbs tonight,

someone is gonna die.  <_<

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kareng    1,992

It either left-over crockpot lasagna or Minsky's pizza.  We tried to get pizza last week and the pizza oven wasn't working!

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GFreeMO    113

I remember Minsky's!  I never ate there since being diagnosed but they had great gluteny pizza!  I went on my first date there.

 

Anyway...Colorado food pretty much is awful.

 

I am making chicken drumsticks, homemade oven fries and asparagus.  

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Adalaide    361

I remember Minsky's!  I never ate there since being diagnosed but they had great gluteny pizza!  I went on my first date there.

 

Anyway...Colorado food pretty much is awful.

 

I am making chicken drumsticks, homemade oven fries and asparagus.  

 

Probably due to being in the middle of nowhere. :P I grew up in one of those middle of nowhere places, thanks but no thanks!

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shadowicewolf    166

I remember Minsky's!  I never ate there since being diagnosed but they had great gluteny pizza!  I went on my first date there.

 

Anyway...Colorado food pretty much is awful.

 

I am making chicken drumsticks, homemade oven fries and asparagus.  

 

Is it really....? Hmmmm....

 

Probably due to being in the middle of nowhere. :P I grew up in one of those middle of nowhere places, thanks but no thanks!

As did I. I miss it a bit.

 

No idea what i'm doing for dinner. I just finished a 10 page paper that i had to rush to turn in (with 30 minutes to spare).

 

Its gonna rain again...

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GFreeMO    113

Probably due to being in the middle of nowhere. :P I grew up in one of those middle of nowhere places, thanks but no thanks!

I'm down the road from Vail.  It's not the middle of no where and not far from Denver actually.  I think it has something to do with being at 8500 feet.  Altitude and cooking or something.  Kansas City had good food!  

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