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post #21 of 400
It's funny, we're having the exact same thing as a pp - well, differently arranged, though -->
cream of asparagus soup and grilled cheese sandwiches
post #22 of 400
mmm....everything everyone is making sounds so good....

not sure what will be for dinner yet....i'm still at work....
post #23 of 400
We had a lentil soup with tomatos and onions over basmati rice, with homemade whole wheat bread and romaine salad with vinegared cucumbers.

FABULOUS.
post #24 of 400
I had a leftover bit of pot roast. I put it in the blender as a base for tonight's beef stew. So the crockpot is simmering away.
We are having a cool weather week here in Atlanta, so warm stew should taste just fine tonight.
post #25 of 400
Last night was BBQ beef sandwiches, corn on the cob and couscous.
Tonight is 'meat'loaf, baked potatoes and a salad loaded with mushrooms and avacado.
post #26 of 400
Last night was baked lemon pepper chicken, brown rice, and cabbage with olive oil and sea salt.

Tonight will be pan-seared cod with ginger-scallion-soy sauce topping, brown rice, zucchini, and turkey carcass broth.
post #27 of 400
Last night was roasted salmon w/ lemon, roasted broccoli and Thai noodles. Tonight is beef stroganoff (in the crockpot) with egg noodles and a green salad (w/ Newman's Olive Oil and Vinegar dressing.)
post #28 of 400
We're having pan-fried tilapia on lentil pancakes.
post #29 of 400
Vegetable barley soup and egg salad sandwiches.
post #30 of 400
tonight is lasagna! i am debating whether to hit wegmans for crusty bread also. yuuuuuum.
post #31 of 400
Last night was home-made mac and cheese, broccoli rabe with garlic, and fresh raspberries.
post #32 of 400
Tortilla Chip Soup

1 small onion, chopped
3 cloves garlic, chopped
2 tbsp olive oil
1 28-oz can diced tomatoes
3 cups vegetable stock OR water
2 tbsp tomato paste
2 jalapeno peppers, seeded and minced
2 tsp cumin
2 tsp chili powder

tortilla chips, crushed (garnish)
avacado slices (garnish)

In a large pot, saute the oniong and garlic in oil on medium heat until onions are translucent. Add the stock, tomatoes, paste, peppers, cumin and chili powder. Simmer for 20-30 minutes. Garnish with crushed chips and avacado slices.
post #33 of 400
tonight i'm roasting a chicken. i don't usually cook a whole chicken in anything other that my crockpot because with that i can just dump it in as is without having to really touch it (blech).

i'm nervous...


i'm gonna try to really stretch this though, i'm gonna make stock for soup and use the meat for lots of other different meals.
post #34 of 400
tonight i'm roasting a chicken. i don't usually cook a whole chicken in anything other that my crockpot because with that i can just dump it in as is without having to really touch it (blech).

i'm nervous...


i'm gonna try to really stretch this though, i'm gonna make stock for soup and use the meat for lots of other different meals.
post #35 of 400
Last night was a bit crazy so dh & dd ate leftover turkey chili and I had leftover pinto beans & brown rice topped with sauteed chard. Tonight we are having a bean, brown rice & kale casserole that has a Mexican style sauce in it. I'm addicted to greens right now so they are in every dinner
post #36 of 400
Deer tacos
post #37 of 400
I was supposed to travel for work tonight but it got cancelled. Since I have nothing thawed and didn't have time to stop by the store, I'm cheating. We're having Wellshire farms turkey kielbasa, leftover brown rice, leftover cabbage, and sauerkraut.
post #38 of 400
Pad Thai, with shrimp. And salad with Thai-inspired dressing.

I might throw together some chicken and coconut milk soup, as well.

alsoSarah
post #39 of 400
Last night was chicken coconut soup (tom kha ga) and mustard greens and bean sprout stirfry in coconut oil and soy sauce. Tonight is roast garlic chicken with asparagus, sourdough bread and probably rice.
post #40 of 400
We're having a veggie pizza
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