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post #181 of 260
Tonight is carribean rice with chicken and steamed fresh artichokes with garlic butter. Mmmm.
post #182 of 260
Sweet ginger stir-fry over rice noodles.
post #183 of 260
We're having Italian sausages on buns with lots of caramelized peppers and onions.
Salad, and fruit salad.

alsoSarah
post #184 of 260
Grilled steak tacos with homemade corn tortillas and salad
post #185 of 260
Feta & Spinach Stuffed Chicken, it was yummy!!
post #186 of 260
We are having grilled chicken wings and homemade mac and cheese.
post #187 of 260
i am making lamb kofta (a sort of curried meatball) with whole wheat pita bread, cucumber and tomato salad, and a green salad.
post #188 of 260
Our dinner was sliced cherry tomatoes.. chopped fresh basil, a head of garlic-minced, diced fresh mozzarella, a lb of rotini and a splash of olive oil, and a sprinkling of parmesan cheese.


Bruschetta pasta salad.
post #189 of 260
Tonight its grilled pork chops with sauteed onions, mashed potatoes and corn.
post #190 of 260
last night was grass fed beef tenderloin marinated in an asian sauce then grilled on the bbq. (melted in my mouth!) also sweet potato and black bean salad, green salad and grilled zucchini.

tonight dh is making his special Ezekiel black bean hippie burritos! YAY!!!!
post #191 of 260
Last night we had homemade sushi.

Tonight we're having BBQ chicken, corn on the cob, asparagus, and fruit salad.

Tomorrow is paninis with proscuitto and manchego cheese, cream of asparaus soup, and salad.
post #192 of 260
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Originally Posted by *Jessica* View Post
Last night we had homemade sushi.

Tonight we're having BBQ chicken, corn on the cob, asparagus, and fruit salad.

Tomorrow is paninis with proscuitto and manchego cheese, cream of asparaus soup, and salad.
All right, I'm coming to your house and I'm staying until Friday. Just FYI, get the guest bed ready.

I have no freakin' idea what to make tonight; I'm really cross at DP and feeling passive-aggressive and like I might not make anything, except for the kids. And me. : Or make something that he doesn't like. Hmmm...
post #193 of 260
Grilled flank steak... so far that is all I got.

Off to the pantry to see what else I can "rustle" up.

Dawn
post #194 of 260
I'm making chicken enchilada casserole, Mexican rice, and salad.
post #195 of 260
burgers and salad
post #196 of 260
keeping it simple tonight. roast beef with gravy, mashed taters, salad and broccoli.
post #197 of 260
We had Taco Salad tonight and fresh cherries for desert.
post #198 of 260
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Originally Posted by VikingKvinna View Post
All right, I'm coming to your house and I'm staying until Friday. Just FYI, get the guest bed ready.

I have no freakin' idea what to make tonight; I'm really cross at DP and feeling passive-aggressive and like I might not make anything, except for the kids. And me. : Or make something that he doesn't like. Hmmm...
Well, we have no guest beds; we have a huge family bed. You could always have the couch.

What did you end up making? I probably would have opted for making a meal that he doesn't like, but that I love. In my case that would be some sort of beans and greens dish. My husband hates greens except for lettuce & spinach. He'll choke them down with a smile on his face for the kids' sake, but he really hates them.
post #199 of 260
We're supposed to be having leftovers of my chicken enchilada casserole tonight, but if I can talk DH into going to the lake this afternoon, we'll be eating steaks at the restaurant overlooking the lake. :
post #200 of 260
Last night was a mid-eastern type meal - seasoned ground beef (garlic, oregano, bread crumbs, an egg and salt and pepper) made into links, served with cumin yogurt sauce, rice pilaf and green beans with tomatoes. Pretty good!

Tonight I'm thinking pork chops - needs to head out to the freezer - probably with cabbage and potatoes, or maybe collard greens and biscuits, hmmmm.
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