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post #41 of 158
Tonight was leftovers
Tomorrow we'll have pita w/ lamb
Sunday is roastbeef w/ mashed potatoes
Monday is pumpkin soup
post #42 of 158
chicken schnitzel, rice pilaf, and zucchini. and homemade challah


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post #43 of 158
We've been eating a random assortment of leftovers for the past few days. Tonight, though, I made sweet potato couscous salad with lime cilantro black beans on the side. Yummy!
post #44 of 158
After being ill all week long (DD was the first to have a stomach flu last sunday then I followed on Tuesday, DS on Wednesday -while I was still recovering *ugh*- and DH went down with it on Thursday to Friday night) dinners never consisted of more than a de-frosted soup or simple sandwiches or bananas and porridge for the ill.
Today though I went back to the kitchen and made Goulash soup à la Szegedin. DH ate three(!) bowls, DS also really liked it but not DD (maybe the caraway seeds?!) who opted to eat the accomanying Pain de compagne with butter.
Tomorrow our main course will be lunch at my in-Laws and it always a pleasant suprise what MIL cooks - she's really good at cooking!
post #45 of 158
Last night it was porkloin, mashed potatoes and acorn squash (with cinnamon and brown sugar). Tonight is:

Chili
Cornbread

Tomorrow ? I will get back to you.
post #46 of 158
we had fish cakes with egg noodles & cottage cheese, a salad I made with celeriac & apples, plus roasted zucchini
post #47 of 158
Hi Mamas.

I haven't been around in a while (been hanging out on Facebook mostly but I have missed the what's-for-dinner-threads, so if no one minds I'll jump back in!

Last night I made homemade pizza - plain, yellow-pepper-and-onion, and spinach-and-artichoke.

Tonight DP ordered Chinese for him and the kids b/c I was out getting tattooed and I ate some leftover dumplings when I got home.

Tomorrow I think I'm going to make a bison stew, maybe in the crockpot, and use up some of the root veggies from our CSA. Will probably do dumplings or rolls too.
post #48 of 158
homemade mac and cheese with broccoli-it was leftovers.
tomorrow it will be chicken sandwiches with home fries.
post #49 of 158
tonight is supposed to be breakfast for dinner... but my dh just took my older two to a u-pick farm and I bet they'll want to cook what they pick. plus my in laws are supposed to come over...
post #50 of 158
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I haven't been around in a while (been hanging out on Facebook mostly ) but I have missed the what's-for-dinner-threads, so if no one minds I'll jump back in!
I was wondering what had happened to you! Welcome back!

Last night we had paella, tonight is roasted with carrots and onions and mashed potatoes.
post #51 of 158
OK all they picked were strawberries (yum!!)

we are getting takeout from a nearby kosher deli
post #52 of 158
Tonight is Chipotle, Corn and Chicken Soup.:

Corn bread too since I didn't make that last night.
post #53 of 158
We are having beef and cheese enchiladas with mexican rice. YUM!!
post #54 of 158
Tonight was creamy chicken and mushrooms over egg noodles with CA veggies. And we have chocolate apple cake for dessert.
post #55 of 158
Tonight we did breakfast for dinner, we did homemade biscuits and made egg & cheese sandwiches with them.

Just did our meal plan for the week:

Monday - Chicken stew
Tuesday - Grilled chicken tenders, broccoli & carrots
Wednesday - Quesadillas w/ homemade refried black beans & salad
Thurs- Pizza night - I'm going to try making this Thai pizza for myself, ds will do cheese and dh always makes his super meaty.
post #56 of 158
i want to go out tonight

post #57 of 158
Tonight is autumn sausage casserole and rolls.
post #58 of 158
that sounds good - what's in it/ how do you make it?
post #59 of 158
This is where I got the recipe from. I haven't tried as this is the first time I made it but I have high hopes.

http://crockpot365.blogspot.com/2008...casserole.html
post #60 of 158
Oy, I'm having a dinner dilemma.

I woke up this morning with a fever and the world's worst headache, after being up most of the night with the baby. So, anticipating that I would not feel up to cooking much, I pulled a yummy batch of chicken cacciatore out of the freezer to thaw. The only thing that needed to be added was a bit more chicken, since there was only about one serving's worth in there (just froze the leftovers from last time).

So...then I pull the chicken out of the fridge just now, and it reeks. Like, there's no way we can eat it.

All my other dinner options and plans for this week need thawing or alot of prep...*sigh*

I am a tired, tired mama.

But back to the original question; what's for dinner? I have no idea.

Scrambled eggs, anyone?

Sorry for the rant.
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