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Old 09-20-2012, 05:49 AM   #1
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Dinner 20th September

Tonight we had Jamie Olivers Pork Pasta...lovely
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Old 09-20-2012, 07:11 AM   #2
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Morning everyone

Errands and some shopping on my "to do" list today, then home to tackle the clutter that never seems to be put away.

Dinner tonight will be beef stew over buttered noodles, and roasted brussel sprouts.

Enjoy the day
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Old 09-20-2012, 08:15 AM   #3
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Dinner today will be Jamaican Curry Chicken with Basmati rice, served alongside vegetable salad. :)
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Stirling is going to the dentist and will have something unpleasant done. He will want something he doesn't need to chew and that doesn't have any spicy heat.

Other than soup, does anyone have any suggestions?
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Stirling is going to the dentist and will have something unpleasant done. He will want something he doesn't need to chew and that doesn't have any spicy heat.

Other than soup, does anyone have any suggestions?
Any kind of pasta with non tomato based sauces would work. Smoothies, mashed potatoes, rice dishes. A favorite of my DH's was cream of chicken soup with rice. We change it up every now and then and add some chopped broccoli. If you cook the broccoli down enough to be soft before you add it in it is easy to eat without chewing.

Here I'm thinking of doing up some chicken and stuffing with broccoli. Maybe some salads too.
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Any kind of pasta with non tomato based sauces would work. Smoothies, mashed potatoes, rice dishes. A favorite of my DH's was cream of chicken soup with rice. We change it up every now and then and add some chopped broccoli. If you cook the broccoli down enough to be soft before you add it in it is easy to eat without chewing.

Here I'm thinking of doing up some chicken and stuffing with broccoli. Maybe some salads too.
Thank you. I hadn't thought of mashed potatoes. I could mash other root vegis as well.

We only use unpolished rice, so our rice needs to be chewed. If the broccoli is cooked enough to be soft, Stirling won't eat it and I won't like it.
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Stirling is going to the dentist and will have something unpleasant done. He will want something he doesn't need to chew and that doesn't have any spicy heat.

Other than soup, does anyone have any suggestions?
A nice egg custard or an eggnog.
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Old 09-20-2012, 11:47 AM   #9
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A nice egg custard or an eggnog.
Or maybe even a nice, soft French omelette.

This is great. I now have some options.

Keep the ideas coming. I won't know until late this afternoon if he can chew something soft or will be limited to drinking stuff.
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Or maybe even a nice, soft French omelette.

This is great. I now have some options.

Keep the ideas coming. I won't know until late this afternoon if he can chew something soft or will be limited to drinking stuff.
What veggies does he like best? How about a nice onion soup, Fruits are nice you could puree some an chill them for him.I make a fresh veggie soup thicken it with a little cream and even the kids love it. If I can help PM me.
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