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Old 03-01-2013, 06:59 PM   #21
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Yum, I love mussels.

Still in the hospital. DH is bringing me a turkey-apple club sandwich from one of my favorite restaurants. He will be having the Greek lamb hoagie.

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Enjoy your sandwich. I hope you get to go home soon.

We're having pork schnitzel, Hasselback potatoes, salad, and maybe some rødkål.
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BIL is over today so he and TB are having pork chops, oven wedge fries, kale and brussel sprout salad (an awesome mix I get at Costco) and a vegetable not yet picked out.

I am back on my strict allergy diet so I am having the salad with some chicken, avocado and goat cheese in it and lemon juice for the dressing.
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Yum, I love mussels.

Still in the hospital. DH is bringing me a turkey-apple club sandwich from one of my favorite restaurants. He will be having the Greek lamb hoagie.

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Oh GG, I didn't know you were in the hospital (a lot going on in my life). Hope you are not there long. I am glad your hubby can bring you some "real" food. Get better soon!
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Complete turn around. We went with mussels steamed in white wine,w/ garlic, butter and other goodies. Some spaghetti with olive oil and a green salad....what a difference a day makes..
just my style!
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You're making me hungry and I just finished supper. Is that yellow stuff the cauliflower? How is that prepared?
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We're having pork schnitzel, Hasselback potatoes, salad, and maybe some rødkål.
Garlic powder, onion powder, and chervil in the compound butter in the Hasselback potatoes worked really well. The whole meal turned out tasty and I have three schnitzels left for sandwiches.

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You're making me hungry and I just finished supper. Is that yellow stuff the cauliflower? How is that prepared?
It's good to be hungry!

I steam the cauliflower it in a little broth with garlic cloves and then mash everything with some butter. Good stuff. I usually use chicken broth or a mixture of chicken & beef... whatever's on hand.
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Garlic powder, onion powder, and chervil in the compound butter in the Hasselback potatoes worked really well. The whole meal turned out tasty and I have three schnitzels left for sandwiches.

Oh man... Sweet!
I made some schnitzels the other day. I think they are going to become a favorite. Your breading and color came out perfect.
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Oh GG, I didn't know you were in the hospital (a lot going on in my life). Hope you are not there long. I am glad your hubby can bring you some "real" food. Get better soon!
Thanks, Laurie. I should be going home soon.

TL and Pac, your dinners look yummy.
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