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Old 08-23-2006, 07:08 PM   #11
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I made a beef stew in the crockpot.

Sorry to hear about your fall Constance.......here's to a speedy recovery.
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Old 08-23-2006, 08:12 PM   #12
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Well another day with Ethan,Carson and Olivia, I changed so many diapers and fixed two different lunches and one type of breakfast, so dinner was a get it in the oven NOW!!! I had a whole chicken, lifted the skin and massaged in a mix of butter,lemon pepper,garlic and onion powder, put some on the outside as well, added some small yukon gold potatoes to the drippings in the pan, fixed some sauteed mushrooms,made a mix of green beans, with bacon and garlic, sliced some tomatoes, cucumbers, and red onions and avocados, threw some rolls in the oven and that was it for tonight...dessert no way no how, they can hit the freezer and get ice cream or eat some of the banana, chocolate chip sweet bread I made last night.

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Old 08-23-2006, 08:41 PM   #13
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Constance, sorry about the fall..

My mother in law used to make a salmon salad the same way you'd make tuna salad, using any left over salmon she had. Do you have enough for that? Sandwiches and chips and an ice cold iced tea...


Gee, wish I had some..
Thanks, Vera and Sizzlin. I will be all right. I'm just really sore.

The salmon salad sounds very good, but I just don't think I can do it tonight. I can barely move. Kim has already said he'd take the salmon and let me have the leftover fried bacon (forgot about that one) for a BLT.

I'm going to put some epsom salts in my bathwater, and have a good long soak.
I have plans to go to the farmer's market tomorrow, which is something I've never gotten to do. Gotta get well!
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Old 08-23-2006, 09:23 PM   #14
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Connie,
just read about your fall, sorry you're hurting. Have the blt and go soak...
feel better, then you can worry about dinner another day.

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I had KFC :D

Hey, my parents said I could have whatever I wanted.
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Old 08-24-2006, 12:16 AM   #16
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Well another day with Ethan,Carson and Olivia, I changed so many diapers and fixed two different lunches and one type of breakfast, so dinner was a get it in the oven NOW!!! I had a whole chicken, lifted the skin and massaged in a mix of butter,lemon pepper,garlic and onion powder, put some on the outside as well, added some small yukon gold potatoes to the drippings in the pan, fixed some sauteed mushrooms,made a mix of green beans, with bacon and garlic, sliced some tomatoes, cucumbers, and red onions and avocados, threw some rolls in the oven and that was it for tonight...dessert no way no how, they can hit the freezer and get ice cream or eat some of the banana, chocolate chip sweet bread I made last night.

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Yum! I think I'll try that this weekend. More details? What temp and how long and all that stuff. It's my ambition to cook like kadesma.
I'm having some sad wild rice with sauteed mushrooms.
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Old 08-24-2006, 12:22 AM   #17
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Yum! I think I'll try that this weekend. More details? What temp and how long and all that stuff. It's my ambition to cook like kadesma.
I'm having some sad wild rice with sauteed mushrooms.
Cora,
I'll post a recipe for you in the chicken,turkey topic.
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I'll post a recipe for you in the chicken,turkey topic.
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Thanks kadesma! You're the best!
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Old 08-24-2006, 05:26 AM   #19
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After reading about pumkin so much yesterday here I made a soup with the kabocha squash I found in my new local supermaket. It was scrumptious, I planned to hae the leftover for lunch, but by the time I got ownstairs this morning my husband was polishing it off...FOR BREAKFAST, lol. Still, I happily eat chinese takeaway or cold pizza for breakfast, so I can hardly critise!

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Last night I made a Tofu stirfry with tofu (of course), ground turkey, bok choy, fresh Shitake mushrooms, & a couple of handfuls of packaged "broccoli slaw mix" (which is just finely julienned broccoli stems), seasoned with chicken stock, dry sherry, soy sauce, garlic, fresh ginger, Chinese preserved black beans, hot bean paste, sesame oil, & a dash of sugar. Served over white rice.
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