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post #61 of 205
I made rice pilaf, tamarind chicken curry and raita.
post #62 of 205
Tonight is hamburgers and fries (at the request of my 6 year old).
post #63 of 205
Tonight we are having blue cheese turkey burgers with salad and sweet potato fries.
post #64 of 205
lasagna

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post #65 of 205
A great mexican inspired meatloaf w/ blackbeans replacing some of the meat and salsa replacing the tomato paste. :
post #66 of 205
Spaghetti last night...tonight some girlfriends and I are going out to eat so the fam will probably have leftovers.
post #67 of 205
Beef Stroganoff over egg noodles
post #68 of 205
Bacon and egg pie tonight. Tomorrow for date night, Thai steak salad. Ooh, need to defrost the steak.
post #69 of 205
Chicken cooked in the crockpot in bbq sauce and then shredded on high fiber buns. On the side, broccoli/carrots/cauliflower steamed with some cheddar melted over them. Dessert will be strawberries!
post #70 of 205
Tonight I made chicken lasagna, green beans, corn, and garlic bread. The lasagna was a new recipe, and I didn't care for it much, but the kids and DH liked it.
post #71 of 205
Tonight I'm not sure. I have 5 chicken leg quarters but no idea what to do with them??
post #72 of 205
Last night was poppyseed chicken, rice and green beans.
tonight is roasted chicken, potatoes and carrots
post #73 of 205
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Originally Posted by ChristyH View Post
Tonight I'm not sure. I have 5 chicken leg quarters but no idea what to do with them??
I'd slather them with bbq sauce but my kids don't like that... so I'd just sprinkle on some herbs and roast them.

We are having falafel, hummus, babaganouj, israeli salad, and pita
post #74 of 205
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Originally Posted by flminivanmama View Post
I'd slather them with bbq sauce but my kids don't like that... so I'd just sprinkle on some herbs and roast them.

We are having falafel, hummus, babaganouj, israeli salad, and pita
My kids love BBQ sauce so I might do that, but I'm making lentil and potato stew also so I think just roasting them might go better with that.
post #75 of 205
We had a super late lunch with my parents at Olive Garden and we are both still full. So I think we are skipping dinner tonight, and ds will have a bean and cheese burrito if he gets hungry.
post #76 of 205
I ended up making Chicken leg quarters marinated in Mojo and roasted in the oven with lentil and potato stew. It was sooooo good!
post #77 of 205
We had yummy homemade chicken tortilla soup. We'll be having leftovers for supper tomorrow.
post #78 of 205
Tonight we had chicken stir-fry. It came out pretty delicious!
post #79 of 205
roast chicken - not sure of the sides.... I have yukon gold potatoes, rice, green beans, zuchinni, etc.... so - not sure which i'll make.
post #80 of 205
I took the rest of the Mojo marinade I had from yesterday and started marinating a bunch of chicken tenderloins for tonight. I didn't have time to marinate the other chicken last night for too long so I'm hoping these have alot of flavor since they've been in the fridge with it for 12 hours.
I'm going to bread them and fry them tonight, yum!!

Not sure what I'll serve with them yet, maybe mashed potatoes and asparagus

eta- scratch that, I'm thinking black beans and rice with maybe some fried plantains
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