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post #61 of 400
Last night was take out--turtle had fatoosh and I had lentil soup with bread. We also had pickles and garlic dip. Yummy!

For dessert (for me), a mini ice cream sandwich, which is one of my guilty pleasures.
post #62 of 400
Thanks for the pad thai recipe!
post #63 of 400
Quote:
Originally Posted by Melaya
Huge salad bar. When I put out a salad bar for dinner, I get serious. There are more toppings to choose from than if we were at Sizzler. I'll bake some biscuits to along with it, but nobody ever eats them anyway.
great idea!
post #64 of 400
I love the salad bar idea. Our CSA is just about to start and that will be just excellent for us!

Last night was mushroom and spinach gratin (with brown rice) and roasted asparagus. The asparagus was AMAZING.
post #65 of 400
last night, we had thai peanut noodles with veggies, and tonight we are going to have tacos from the NT cookbook. gonna have all the 'fixin's too, I think--lettuce, cheese, tomatoes, green onions, sliced olives, sour cream. Gonna just toss everything in the middle of the table with whole grain flour tortillas and stand back Dss is over this weekend, and he is not allowed to eat with his hands at his house, so we tend to be less formal when he is here.
post #66 of 400
Either a sheperd's pie or chicken stew over mashed potatoes. I can't decide whether i want my potatoes on the top or on the bottom.
post #67 of 400
Last night was lamb shanks slow cooked with vinegar, stewed tomatoes, and herbs. This was served with brown rice, with a couple spoonfuls of kefir on the side. DH likes his stewed meat with sour cream but I've been substituting yogurt or kefir. The broth around the shanks gelled overnight.

Tonight will be a version of Bi Bam Bop -- medium grain brown rice, gently sauteed watercress, mung bean sprouts, beef cooked in soy sauce, kim chee, fermented bean paste, and an egg over-easy. I put everything in pretty piles on individual plates, and then we mix it all up and dig in.
post #68 of 400
What a fantastic thread with so many great ideas for meals!!! I love it!!!

Anyway, we're just sitting here waiting for the Chinese food that we ordered to arrive.

LOL. We're going to have plenty of left-overs, too, but that should stretch to make at least another two meals.
post #69 of 400
We had pete-zee (that's pizza for those that don't speak toddler ) with tomatoes, black olives, onion, feta...mmmm...
post #70 of 400
Last night I made a miso/ginger/cilantro sauce with coconut milk and poached some salmon patties in it Served over basmati rice.Oh, and some squash from our CSA box got added too, and we put Bragg's on top
post #71 of 400
Last night we had crab in a white wine sauce with roasted asparagus (still AMAZING) over jasmine rice. SO good.
post #72 of 400
double double post post
post #73 of 400
And last night was calabacitas chilequiles--essentially, that's zucchini and summer squash diced and sauteed with garlic and onions, then layered with corn tortillas with a little bit of cheese and baked.

So. Good.
post #74 of 400
Mmmm Frog, that sounds delish!

Tonight we had spaghetti and garlic bread!

Tomorrow, I have a couple of hours to think! Maybe chicken something.
post #75 of 400
We're pretty boring around here tonight:

Trader Joe's fish sticks (the only all-natural ones I can find!), baked beans and a big salad.
post #76 of 400
Vegetable lasagna, salad and garlic parmesan bread
post #77 of 400
So fun to see what everyone is eating!!

Last night we had Bacon and Chicken Corn Chowder (which will also be today's lunch).

Tonight is Spinach and Mushroom Quesadillas on Sprouted Tortillas with Homemade Salsa (which will then be Wednesday's lunch).

Cooking for 2 pretty much means we eat every meal twice: first for dinner and then for the next days' lunch.
post #78 of 400
Last night was amazing. We had hot and sour chickpeas over brown rice, green beans cooked in garlic and ginger, and, the VERY best part, these amazing vegetable patties--turtle modified a recipe from a Moosewood cookbook and they were just incredible. Chunks of potato studded with corn and peas, pressed in bread crumbs and pan fried.

I'm eating the chick peas and green beans for breakfast right now!
post #79 of 400
Last night was garlic-parmesan chicken tenders, sweet potato fries and roasted asparagus (the first of our CSA bounty came in last week!). Tonight I'm making Lentils Ole, with some brown rice, cheese, salsa and lettuce. The Lentils Ole is a new recipe I'm trying; I'll let y'all know how it comes out, if anyone's interested.
post #80 of 400
VikingKVinna, do you bake your fries or fry them? I've made them both ways and, frankly, I've been underwhelmed with myself.
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