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Old 03-06-2015, 06:53 PM   #11
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Beef and Broccoli Stir Fry here (no rice, though).

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Old 03-06-2015, 07:12 PM   #12
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Looks delicious Steve. Intentionally going low carb?
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Pork loin marinated in Ponzu sauce w/ Blk & white sesame seeds w/ fried yams & asparagus.




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Old 03-06-2015, 09:11 PM   #14
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Leftovers from yesterday's tri tip 'kabobs. I'll gently warm the cubed beef and veggies, sprinkle with Penzey's fajita seasoning, wrap it all in a warmed flour tortilla, and call it good. Can't let all that goodness go to waste.

Munky...thanks for sharing Steve's sweet potato recipe. That sounds awesome.
I'm so sorry.....that was Whisk that shared Steve's yummy sounding sweet potato recipe. Thank you, Whisk.
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Steve and Joey.....great pics, your dinners look fabulous.
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Old 03-06-2015, 09:44 PM   #16
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Corn Beef with a potato and carrots. No cabbage.
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Corn Beef with a potato and carrots. No cabbage.
I saw some great deals on corned beef at Albertson's yesterday. I'll have to go back tomorrow and grab a couple.
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I saw some great deals on corned beef at Albertson's yesterday. I'll have to go back tomorrow and grab a couple.
They are on sale here at $1.97 lb. Next week they will be even cheaper due to St. Paddy's Day. I cooked one tonight and bought one for the freezer. I thought of waiting 'til next week to buy them, but I am not always sure I can get to the store. So I buy it whenever the opportunity rises.
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I've been battling a nasty chest cold and sadly haven't had any sense of taste for the last couple days. To my hubby's credit, he whipped up a batch of my favourite oven potatoes to try to make me feel better. Potatoes are cut into bite-sized pieces and parboiled. Then they are tossed in oil and hubby's patented mix of herbs, and put onto an oiled cookie sheet. They get flipped repeatedly throughout the baking process so all sides end up super crispy, but still fluffy inside. They are heavenly!!

Sadly, I could only stomach a few. But if I'm feeling better tomorrow I plan on eating the leftovers for breakfast.
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Looks delicious Steve. Intentionally going low carb?
I guess you haven't been around for a while, Linda. Yes, I've been low carb for about 4 months now, and have lost 52 pounds.
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