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Taco night for the kids and leftover chicken with avocados for me. I'm too tired to be creative tonight.

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Pear Marinated Korean Short Ribs

Smashed Potatoes and Root Vegetables with Chive Butter

Green Beans (from my garden) with Sauteed Mushrooms, Shallots and Pancetta

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We had steaks on our new grill, baked potatoes and steamed broccoli. Simple and yummy! I've missed grilled food!

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We had steaks on our new grill, baked potatoes and steamed broccoli. Simple and yummy! I've missed grilled food!

Awesome that you can grill! Hopefully your move went very well.

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Tonight we're having:

Local Grilled Brats with Caramelized Onions and Roasted Red Peppers (am using some of my homemade pear chutney as well)

Twice Baked Potatoes with Pancetta, Garlic Scapes and Blue Cheese

Rosemary Orange Braised Baby Carrots

Strawberry Fool

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Tonight we're having:

Local Grilled Brats with Caramelized Onions and Roasted Red Peppers (am using some of my homemade pear chutney as well)

Twice Baked Potatoes with Pancetta, Garlic Scapes and Blue Cheese

Rosemary Orange Braised Baby Carrots

Strawberry Fool

Ah, yes. That does sound good :) I am not cooking tonight. Treating a burn and grabbin' anything.

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We had salad wraps but they didn't wrap too well they snapped instead of wrapped :(

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Tonight we are having pizza potatoes. It's my daughter's 5th birthday and she wanted pepperoni pizza for dinner so she decided that we would have a meat "pizza" and put pepperoni and turkey bacon with tomatoes on a baked potato "crust". And I think I may try to make a microwave brownie for her birthday dessert, if it doesn't work she still gets her cake on Saturday though.

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My son is grilling steak and I'm making red, white and purple small potatoes. I'm probaab ly the only one that will eat the herb salad.

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Port and Paprika Glazed Chicken Thighs

Warm Lentil Salad with Pumpkinseed Vinaigrette

Steamed Green Beans (from the garden)

Homemade Butter Cookies

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herb crusted scallops

wax beans (from the garden) i may just blanch them and make a little shallot/vinegarette dressing

FRENCH FRIED POTATOES <haven't had fries in a year and i'm going to try and make my own. from potatoes.

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Pancakes and sausage...being lazy tonight.

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I think roast veg with bean patties for us but I'll see how I feel by then :/ not up to anything at the moment haha.

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Awesome that you can grill! Hopefully your move went very well.

Just saw this comment, so sorry for the late reply. Thanks! The move was a little stressful but it is all over now. Most things are unpacked, a few things are still finding homes. My only snag right now is my dishwasher isn't working. The repair person already came once. At first it didn't work at all--no water was comign out, only steam. After the repair guy left, it ran fine for two washes. on the third wash water started pouring out the front of it and nearly flooded the kitchen! Repair guy is supposed to come back tommorrow morning and if they can't fix it we may get a new one (this was newly installed when we moved in).

Anyway, the grill has seen a lot of action the past few days due to my dishwasher being broken. Since I'm hand washing all the dishes I want as few pans to wash as possible. I love to cook, but I hate dishes!

So the past couple days on the grill we have had steak, Ahi Tuna steaks with mixed veggies steamed in foil packets, and chicken kabobs. Tommorrow I'm doing either bison or turkey burgers if the dishwasher's still broken, and I might even get paper plates and use plastic ware, LOL!

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Dinty Moore beef stew over white rice.

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Just saw this comment, so sorry for the late reply. Thanks! The move was a little stressful but it is all over now. Most things are unpacked, a few things are still finding homes. My only snag right now is my dishwasher isn't working. The repair person already came once. At first it didn't work at all--no water was comign out, only steam. After the repair guy left, it ran fine for two washes. on the third wash water started pouring out the front of it and nearly flooded the kitchen! Repair guy is supposed to come back tommorrow morning and if they can't fix it we may get a new one (this was newly installed when we moved in).

Anyway, the grill has seen a lot of action the past few days due to my dishwasher being broken. Since I'm hand washing all the dishes I want as few pans to wash as possible. I love to cook, but I hate dishes!

So the past couple days on the grill we have had steak, Ahi Tuna steaks with mixed veggies steamed in foil packets, and chicken kabobs. Tommorrow I'm doing either bison or turkey burgers if the dishwasher's still broken, and I might even get paper plates and use plastic ware, LOL!

Glad to hear you are all moved in - hope you get into your routine soon. Too bad about your dishwasher. I am not exactly fond of doing dishes, either, but have so many specialty cooking things that cannot go into it. The only times we use it is when we have guests over. I cook so much that I must wash dishes a few times a day (i.e. cannot fit my 17 lb mortar and pestle in there nor will I put my AllClad in there - same with my good knives).

Nice to have you back! :)

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:ph34r:So the past couple days on the grill we have had steak, Ahi Tuna steaks with mixed veggies steamed in foil packets, and chicken kabobs. Tommorrow I'm doing either bison or turkey burgers if the dishwasher's still broken, and I might even get paper plates and use plastic ware, LOL!

So the past couple days on the grill we have had steak, Ahi Tuna steaks with mixed veggies steamed in foil packets, and chicken kabobs. Tommorrow I'm doing either bison or turkey burgers if the dishwasher's still broken, and I might even get paper plates and use plastic ware, LOL!

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Hey gluten-free Manna,

Just wanted to make sure you know about the Cargil Ground Turkey recall. If not, here's a link. http://www.latimes.com/news/nationworld/nation/la-fi-0804-turkey-recall-20110804,0,1439391.story

Good luck with the dishwasher.

We grill year round here. I prep and do the sides, my partner does the grilling.

We had grilled ground sirloin onion burgers on UDIs buns with sweet potatos and salad and sweet cheeries dipped in chocolate sauce.

Anyway, please make sure your ground turkey isn't from the bad lot. I skimmed the article, but I'm allergic to turkey so didn't pay close attention, just thought of it when I saw you were considering it for tomorrow.

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Pot roast, made with grass fed beef from a cow 1 county away. :)

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:ph34r:So the past couple days on the grill we have had steak, Ahi Tuna steaks with mixed veggies steamed in foil packets, and chicken kabobs. Tommorrow I'm doing either bison or turkey burgers if the dishwasher's still broken, and I might even get paper plates and use plastic ware, LOL!

So the past couple days on the grill we have had steak, Ahi Tuna steaks with mixed veggies steamed in foil packets, and chicken kabobs. Tommorrow I'm doing either bison or turkey burgers if the dishwasher's still broken, and I might even get paper plates and use plastic ware, LOL!

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Hey gluten-free Manna,

Just wanted to make sure you know about the Cargil Ground Turkey recall. If not, here's a link. http://www.latimes.com/news/nationworld/nation/la-fi-0804-turkey-recall-20110804,0,1439391.story

Good luck with the dishwasher.

We grill year round here. I prep and do the sides, my partner does the grilling.

We had grilled ground sirloin onion burgers on UDIs buns with sweet potatos and salad and sweet cheeries dipped in chocolate sauce.

Anyway, please make sure your ground turkey isn't from the bad lot. I skimmed the article, but I'm allergic to turkey so didn't pay close attention, just thought of it when I saw you were considering it for tomorrow.

Thanks for the warning! I haven't bought my meat yet. I was planning on getting it tommorrow morning. I don't know if the recalled brands are in my stores or not but I guess I will go with bison or chicken just to be safe. I'm sure we'll grill year round too now that we have a place we are allowed to grill (before we were in an apt that wouldn't even let us store a grill on the premises).

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Tonight I am making cajun roasted chicken breast in the crockpot and I think I may make some kind of rice with it, not sure yet though.

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Grilled Lime and Jalapeno Marinated Flank Steak

Baby Potato, Tomato and Green Bean Salad with Basil Almond Pesto Sauce

Mushrooms Braised in Sherry and Garlic

Lemon Poppyseed Loaf with Lemon Glaze

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Grilled Lime and Jalapeno Marinated Flank Steak

Baby Potato, Tomato and Green Bean Salad with Basil Almond Pesto Sauce

Mushrooms Braised in Sherry and Garlic

Lemon Poppyseed Loaf with Lemon Glaze

Could I come over your house for supper? LOL!!!!

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Thanks for the warning! I haven't bought my meat yet. I was planning on getting it tommorrow morning. I don't know if the recalled brands are in my stores or not but I guess I will go with bison or chicken just to be safe. I'm sure we'll grill year round too now that we have a place we are allowed to grill (before we were in an apt that wouldn't even let us store a grill on the premises).

You're welcome. Those of us in "The Club" have to watch out for each other. Glad you aren't living in captivity anymore! :D

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Lentil pasta in the slow cooker.

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