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post #121 of 400
Turkey tacos with beans, rice, corn, cheddar and avocado to add in. Mmmmm.
post #122 of 400
Lentil soup (leftovers from last week, I froze them ) and garlic bread.
post #123 of 400
Asparagus pasta... yum!
post #124 of 400
Stuffed peppers
post #125 of 400
MMMM, I have no idea what we're having yet, but now I sure am hungry!

I have some sweet potato/black bean burritos in the freezer. Maybe I'll just pull some of those out and I have watermelon in the fridge....maybe I'll make a diced yellow squash (comin' in bigtime in the garden, lol), cheesey tex-mex type casserole bake w/it. I'm also making my first batch of homemade yogurt in a minute, whenever I get off MDC, rofl!

last night was leftover bbq brisket from Memorial Day, watermelon, chunks of cheese, carrot sticks and some pinto beans.

Tomorrow I think I"m making a grass fed Longhorn beef roast w/carrots, potatoes, and onions in the crockpot.
post #126 of 400
probabal a broccolli pesto on fava beans and with some chicken.Maybe all of that on soba noodles or spelt elbow macaroni-I've got a huge bulk box of that stuff.

We are getting more fava beans this week from CSA. dd LOVES helping pod and shell them I don't mind at all!

At friends recently, she even shelled some sugar snap peas and then gave them to us to eat.
post #127 of 400
we're having chicken curry (tj marsala simmer sauce) with basmati rice and some stir-fried veggies.
post #128 of 400
Just a simple, quick dinner tonight -

steamed short grain brown rice, caramelized onions and pintos. Oh, and baby peas too.


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probabal a broccolli pesto on fava beans
Ooooh, I'd love to know how you make a broccoli pesto! Pretty please
post #129 of 400
Spent 1.5 hours thoroughly trashing my kitchen making Egglpant Parmesan tonight. It was worth it!!
post #130 of 400
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Originally Posted by pixiexto
Just a simple, quick dinner tonight -

steamed short grain brown rice, caramelized onions and pintos. Oh, and baby peas too.




Ooooh, I'd love to know how you make a broccoli pesto! Pretty please
http://www.spunmag.com/article/060421fooding

I've never tried it, but I may substitute the broccoli with cauliflower as I forgot we had some leftover from last weeks CSA.I can't wait!
post #131 of 400
A rice dish from the Sunset Vegetarian cookbook that has cloves, turmeric, cardamom & pepper cooked with the rice. Added to the rice are leeks, shredded carrots, peas, cashews & raisins. I modified it a bit by cooking the rice w/ chicken stock.
post #132 of 400
baked fish w/ lemon and dill, cabbage, and annie's mac n cheese. I needed comfort food.
post #133 of 400
Thank you for the recipe, Leila That looks really good!
post #134 of 400
Tonight is spaghetti with meatballs (from the freezer) and homemade garlic cheese bread with whole-wheat Italian bread (also from the freezer). Tonight is CSA night and I sure hope we get something fun that I can get creative with this weekend! :
post #135 of 400
I'm buying groceries today, so no clue.

Wait! Just asked the 2 year old and he said "Pee-zee!" so I guess pizza it is.

Mushrooms, black olives, and feta...
post #136 of 400
Last night was lasagna with fake meat sauce and homemade wheaty bread. We skipped the salad, as we've been eating a lot of greens and lettuce and both felt the need for some carb-based comfort food. As usual, photos are on turtle's blog.
post #137 of 400
Last night was a roasted chicken with carrots and potatoes plus a big green salad on the side.

Tonight we're grilling some shrimp and will have those along with a black-eyed pea and corn salad. Probably another big green salad too since we have tons of lettuce and spinach from my friend's garden that needs to be used before it goes bad. Or maybe instead of another salad I'll saute the spinach with some garlic...I'm not sure yet.
post #138 of 400
Last night was beef in the crockpot- Chinese New Year Crockpot beef. With sides of broccoli and salad.

Tonight is a chicken roasted in the crockpot, raw broccoli, salad, and probably sweet potatoes.

Yes, broccoli and salad two nights in a row. We're staying in a hotel with a small fridge, so everything is repeats and cooked in a crockpot.
post #139 of 400
Dinner tonight will be Chicken D'Angelo--

sliced up poached chicken breasts (although I may saute them in butter instead) tossed with artichoke hearts, olives, mushrooms, tomatoes and finished off with white wine, garlic and butter. Served over ww pasta. Probably a salad with it. Would be lovely with some pecorino shaved over it!
post #140 of 400
If I can get to the grocery store, I hope to make a HUGE vegan caesar salad. It's way too hot to cook, and I'm just craving the greens...... and the homemade croutons
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