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Old 01-11-2016, 09:06 PM   #21
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kgirl, your dinner looks good. CG, I saved that recipe for Creamy Chicken and Wild Rice Soup....sounds delicious. Kay, I'm looking forward to hearing about your new recipe.

Everyone's dinners sound so good tonight!
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Old 01-11-2016, 09:08 PM   #22
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Dinner Monday, 1-11-2016

I had a bowl of leek and potato soup. Then I had some blue tortilla chips. If I get hungry again, I'll have a BLT.
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Old 01-11-2016, 09:36 PM   #23
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I'm putting together what I'll call Tuscan Pizza Casserole.
It will be low carb and I'm combining a couple of recipes I do. If it turns out well I'll be happy to post it for anyone interested.
OK, this is a winner in our book. Think deep dish Pizza without a crust.
It's very rich, not low cal, but low carb for sure. The Kale was a great addition we really liked. I'll work out the recipe and post it tomorrow.

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Old 01-11-2016, 10:02 PM   #24
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Yum, K-girl and Kay! Lovely sounding dinners, all.

One of the restaurants I bartended at back in the day would make us what we'd call "pizza guts". Basically deep dish pizza with no crust. Absolutely wonderful.
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Old 01-11-2016, 10:31 PM   #25
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I'd bet you could make sort of a crust by spreading grated parm I the pan. It would get crispy when baked.
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I'd bet you could make sort of a crust by spreading grated parm I the pan. It would get crispy when baked.
Man, that sounds good.

Kay, I want the recipe.
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Old 01-11-2016, 10:35 PM   #27
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I'm trying to cook out of the pantry and freezer for a couple of weeks. There's so much stuff, I can't put any,more in there and I have three freezers (not full-size, but still...)

So tonight, I made pinto bean, cheese and green chile enchiladas with homemade tomatillo salsa, using green chiles and tomatillos frozen from last summer's garden. I also had some leftover rice cooked with chicken broth, so I reheated that with a couple tablespoons of jarred red salsa and a tablespoon of tomato paste from the freezer. Then I mixed together some sour cream, lime juice and zest and cilantro with a little salt and sugar. It turned out really well.
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I love the term "Pizza guts" Dawg....perfect.

Andy, you're so right about a sort of crust on the bottom with cheese.

Your dinner looks wonderful GG!
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Man, that sounds good.

Kay, I want the recipe.
I want that recipe too. We are about to go low carb.
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I had a bowl of leek and potato soup. Then I had some blue tortilla chips. If I get hungry again, I'll have a BLT.
I did get hungry and I did have that BLT. Stirling came home wanting a low carb snack and he smelled the bacon as he walked in the door. I had just cooked it. Well, we have a rule here. If you cook bacon, you have to cook enough for everyone who can smell it. I cooked three rashers of bacon for him. It was the perfect low carb snack.
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