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Old 01-07-2014, 08:15 PM   #11
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Wow, everyone's meals look and sound very yummy today.

I made very low fat turkey nachos with fake cheese for our mid day meal (surprisingly tasty) and just got up from a nap so have no idea what dinner will be. I only know I have to think fast as it is dinner time!
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I'm making Roasted Root Vegi Bisque I may have a sandwich with that.

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I'm making Roasted Root Vegi Bisque I may have a sandwich with that.
The bisque was really delicious. I want more, but I'm full.
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Old 01-08-2014, 12:03 AM   #14
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I made very low fat turkey nachos with fake cheese for our mid day meal (surprisingly tasty) and just got up from a nap so have no idea what dinner will be. I only know I have to think fast as it is dinner time!
Taxy, that bisque sounds delish. I will have to try that one soon as it fits on my current diet.

I ended up making a veggie stir-fry with the turkey scallopini slices - I just cut them in strips and precooked them with as little oil as possible which is easy with my wok. Only trouble is I made it huge and we only ate less than half! I have lunch for the next few days.
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Old 01-08-2014, 01:52 AM   #15
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Started Brunswick Stew yesterday by cooking and cutting up the chicken. I used just legs because 1) they have more flavor and 2) they were cheap. Finished it off today, ate part of it, took part of it up to my SIL's and still have part for dinner later this week. In an odd twist of fate, we just finished going through our mail from when we were on vacation and a friend of mine sent a really pretty card...with a recipe for Williamsburg Brunswick Stew printed inside! Her note said I should let her know when I was trying it (little did she remember I've made it often) so they could come and sample. Hmm, she should just take a rain check and hope to eat it at our home in OH if we (fingers crossed) move back this year.
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I diced up some leftover Italian pot roast and mixed it with some of the leftover sauce and penne that I served it with Monday. I also made again the green beans I made on Christmas, with cherries and bacon. Yum!
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Taxy, that bisque sounds delish. I will have to try that one soon as it fits on my current diet.

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I should add a note to that recipe. Hot peppers vary so much in heat that we have had fairly mild and fairly hot. This time I roasted extra peppers and only put a small piece in the pot to simmer with the other vegis. After pureeing, I tasted and decided it needed more pepper, so I add more of the roasted pepper. I'm doing it that way from now on.
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