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We're having grass fed buffalo burgers with a pickled tomato/basil salad with red wine vinegar dressing, and fruit salad for dessert.

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Tonight is the same as last night...veggie dogs, baked beans, sauteed zuchini, chunks of cheese and sliced tomatoes (it is hot and humid here!)
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Last night we had poached salmon with homemade aioli, boiled new potatoes with butter and parsley, and sauteed swiss chard.

On the menu tonight is chicken parmesan subs and sauteed squash with pesto. Fruit salad, which my 3-year-old loves to help me make, for dessert.
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Tonight will be pork tenderloin and zucchini planks on the grill with crockpot-ed baked beans.

I'm really hungry for potato salad, too... I'll make some, if I have time, and if I can brave that extra bit of heat and humidty.... It helps to prep the potatoes in the microwave, but still.....

I'm *desperate* for chocolate, too.

So desperate that I may make some microwave brownies.



Tomorrow night will probably be a cold "seashell" pasta salad with tuna and veggies in it. (I'll throw it together tonight, when it's a bit cooler outside.)

With that, I'l have hummus and veggies, and cheese and crackers.

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Salmon pot stickers, vegi "fried" rice, and garlic green beans.

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Spicy pork with black bean sauce stirfry, served over shirataki noodles. Sides of potstickers and sesame cucumber salad.

ETA: they had five-spice boiled peanuts at the store, so we're having those too!

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were having pork, and greenchillie/cheese tamales

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MIL cooked tonight so we had pork chops, mashed potatoes, gravy, bread, and salad. It was delicious down-home cooking but ugh...I over ate and I'm soooo stuffed right now.

Tomorrow I'm planning on burritos filled with a black bean and brown rice chili made in the crockpot. We'll have all the fixings too: homemade salsa, avocado, some grated cheese and sour cream.
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Stuffed zuccini that I picked fresh from the garden and stuffed with other garden picks including some tomatoes, green onion and pepper. I added some brown rice and some chedder cheese on top. They were delish!

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Drumsticks cooked in mushroom sauce, with rice and brown beans
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fresh Amish grown corn on the cob , biscuits and mac n' cheese.

we love starch (and I wonder why my hips don't get smaller )
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Cottage pie made with leftovers and a simple salad of green leaf lettuce, red cabbage and chives.

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Blackened Cajun Chicken Caesar salad, one of our favorite fresh summer meals!

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We had a lemon roasted chicken with a wild rice pilaf (from a package, I'm afraid), boiled broccoli, and buttered carrots with summer savory (an herb). Dessert was cubed cantalope.

Unfortunately we ate at 5, and after everyone went to bed (its now 11:30pm), I had a deli turkey sandwich...:

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Tonight is a big salad -- CSA greens, sweet 100 tomatoes from our garden, avocado, uh...whatever else is in our fridge. I dunno. It's too effing hot to cook. Or eat. Or care.
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we're having a repeat of last night... but I think we'll have some green beans too.
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Last night was sushi night!

Tonight is lentils, carrots, onion 'stew' and an Italian loaf.
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Zuccini from the garden stuffed with all sorts of other good garden stuff like tomatos, onions, peppers, basil mixed with some brown rice and hamburg and topped with chedder cheese. Yummmm.

ETA - Hey I just noticed I had the same thing last time I posted to this thread! You can tell I'm overwhelmed with zuccini in my garden.

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Lemon pepper seasoned ribeye steaks with sauteed broccoli! Yay for beef sales at the grocery store.

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Yesterday I made chicken stock for the first time! with whole organicn pasture fed chicken from Trader Joes. SO for lunch I made a chicken/raw cheddar quesadilla with a bit of salt, browned in a pan. With some avacado, tomatoes and salt and lime on top.

For dinner, who knows? Maybe a curry? Or a mole?

I just have to sy, it is THE best chicken I have ever made. It tastes so good slow cooked all day. Last night we had potato leek soup made with some of the broth

Due with number 5 in August. We do all that crunchy stuff.
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Tonight is a big salad -- CSA greens, sweet 100 tomatoes from our garden, avocado, uh...whatever else is in our fridge. I dunno. It's too effing hot to cook. Or eat. Or care.
I need to make a salad using up our CSA leftover veggies. We also have lots of yummy salad mix.

It is not actually all that hot here this week. THANK HEAVENS!

Due with number 5 in August. We do all that crunchy stuff.
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Scalloped potatoes and mushrooms tonight.
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Yup, finally cooler here too. Phew! Tonight I am trying the infamous honey-baked lentils in the crockpot, and will probably serve it with some brown rice and (you guessed it) salad. I also took out some frozen chicken-and-dumplings filling for DP, in case he doesn't like/want the lentils.
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I've been really craving the taste of the lentil soup w/Italian sausage and mustard greens, but I haven't been feeling like soup, so tonight I'm going to make those elements into a thick sauté, and serve that over brown rice.

Probably with salad, since I have a little chunk of delightful aged gouda to grate onto it, and the grape tomatoes are turning red, finally.

I may make peach cobbler for dessert, or a rustic peach tart..... and an extra for a potluck tomorrow night....

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Stuffed peppers (no rice) with caesar salad and maybe green beans.

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Tacos tonight, easy. Last night was veggie lo mein, yummy. And it was so easy to make. I'll keep that one on the menu.
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I made a big macaroni salad with tuna, peas, eggs, and onions in it. We'll eat it for dinner tonight too. I also made a few extra hard boiled eggs. We'll have raw baby carrotts too, and fresh fruit for dessert.

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Tonight I made two home made pizzas. One with pepperoni and one with tomatoes, basil, roasted red & yellow peppers, a little left over grilled eggplant, spinach and artichoke hearts.

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I put a chuck roast in the crockpot with a bit of water, then added some mole to it.

i hope it turns out ok:

I actually made the mole from scratch. I have made it before, but always slightly different.

Due with number 5 in August. We do all that crunchy stuff.
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