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post #101 of 205
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Originally Posted by Teenytoona View Post
Ooh, care to share that recipe??
Sure! Here ya go
http://www.mothering.com/discussions...d.php?t=467877

I got it from the Lentil Thread, its the very first recipe on the first post. I made it the other day and it was sooooo good!
post #102 of 205
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Originally Posted by ChristyH View Post
Sure! Here ya go
http://www.mothering.com/discussions...d.php?t=467877

I got it from the Lentil Thread, its the very first recipe on the first post. I made it the other day and it was sooooo good!
Sweet thanks!
post #103 of 205
Tonight we're having a pork roast
post #104 of 205
We were given a bunch of free frozen meat from a family member yesterday, but it's cuts I don't usually buy or prepare. So tonight I'm going to figure out something to do with boneless pork chops. I'm thinking maybe a basalmic glaze with brown rice & a veggie on the side.
post #105 of 205
we went to carabbas last night and I have basically 1 whole leftover pizza - half a tomato & basil and half a mushroom & eggplant.

I am going to serve that with tomato soup.
post #106 of 205
I'm making tofu stir fry with home-made tofu (courtesy of my dad )
post #107 of 205
Last night we had baked chicken breasts with bbq sauce, peas and sweetcorn. - I couldn't be bothered to make mashed potatoes aswell
post #108 of 205
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Originally Posted by ChristyH View Post
Tonight we're having a pork roast
can i ask what you had with it?
post #109 of 205
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Originally Posted by Anne2008 View Post
can i ask what you had with it?
Oven roasted potatoes and green beans (my kids LOVE green beans so they are a very common side dish for us lol )
post #110 of 205
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Originally Posted by Queen of Cups View Post
Well for lunch today we're having Pasta Carbonara and garlic bread
I want to make spaghetti carbonara! can you share your recipe please?
post #111 of 205
We're having taco soup and quesadillas tonight.
post #112 of 205
Not sure what we're doing tonight, maybe leftovers. I'm just not in the mood to cook
post #113 of 205
I have a late doctor's appointment this evening, so I think we're just going to make pulled-pork sandwiches with some leftover carnitas from this weekend.
post #114 of 205
We're doing vension fajitas and pinto beans tonight
post #115 of 205
I had a HUGE craving for steak today... so its NY Strips with a little bit of leftover pasta carbonara, steamed broccoli, and salad.
post #116 of 205
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Originally Posted by traceface View Post
I want to make spaghetti carbonara! can you share your recipe please?
I used the recipe from the Pioneer Woman's website: http://thepioneerwoman.com/cooking/2...sta-carbonara/
post #117 of 205
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Originally Posted by Queen of Cups View Post
I used the recipe from the Pioneer Woman's website: http://thepioneerwoman.com/cooking/2...sta-carbonara/
Um OMG that looks good! I tried to find that earlier today but couldn't find it on her site. After seeing your post I decided I needed to make Carbonara too but ended up with Martha Stewart's recipe instead. We'll see how it turns out but I am definitely making The Pioneer Woman's recipe soon too!
post #118 of 205
Tonight we are having veggie sushi, spring rolls and steamed brown rice.: :
post #119 of 205
Last night we did chili over brown rice. Dh didn't even notice that I snuck veggies into the chili and that it was mostly beans, not meat!

Tonight I'm going to do chicken stuffed with brie and spinach, scalloped potatos and steamed broccoli.
post #120 of 205
I made something up for dinner tonight LoL

had some babaganouj that was going to go bad if it stayed in the fridge any longer - through some miscommunication I made babaganouj last week for dinner and DH bought some - so we ended up with way too much....

and all I had written on the calendar for dinner tonight was "pasta"... so I had the brilliant idea (LOL) to mix them together.

I prefaced the explanation to the kids when they asked me what's for dinner with... "you know how much you like eggplant parmesan?"

LOL

so I cooked one block of philly cream cheese with 2 cups of babaganouj and a generous amount of parmesan cheese and I cooked a box of ziti and tossed them together. I also had some leftover sauteed mushrooms and onions I decided to throw in.

ds told me I should "put it on youtube"

It was very delicious

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