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Old 08-02-2010, 05:35 AM   #1
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Dinner Monday, August 2nd

'kay, this being 5-ish in the morning, i'm already considering dinner. :)
a cheeseburger, from mcD's, double onion, pickles, kep-utch, mustard.
or scrambled egg sammich that i'd make myself.

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Old 08-02-2010, 09:46 AM   #2
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we've got friends coming over for dinner and euchre; fixing some kind of baked chicken, boiled new potatoes, cucumbers (theirs) in sour cream, cuckes and tomato (ours) salad; carrot cake for the boys, brownies and vanilla ice cream for the girls

dh usually can not eat late in the day anymore, so he may get nuts and crackers to munch on through out the evening..
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Old 08-02-2010, 10:18 AM   #3
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Not really sure yet. All of us have colds (not good with Dad's health situation) and do not feel much like eating but have to (specially Dad). I am thinking that even though it is the middle of summer, I might just get some soup going....in the crockpot!

Beth, your dinner sounds wonderful.
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Old 08-02-2010, 10:21 AM   #4
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I'm making that "oh so comforting" but "oh so bad" for you casserol of ground beef, egg noodles, mushrooms, and Cream-of-Mushroom soup.
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Old 08-02-2010, 10:52 AM   #5
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Oh, Dave you are breaking my heart. I LOVE that casserole, but Dad won't eat anything with mushrooms in it. We even tried to fool him in the hospital so he would get some variety but he could still tell they were there.
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Old 08-02-2010, 10:56 AM   #6
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Mix noodles and gound beef, divide in half. Add sliced fresh mushrooms and CoM soup to one half, add diced celery and CoCelery soup to the other. Bake in separate dishes.
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Old 08-02-2010, 11:12 AM   #7
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Not really sure yet. All of us have colds (not good with Dad's health situation) and do not feel much like eating but have to (specially Dad). I am thinking that even though it is the middle of summer, I might just get some soup going....in the crockpot!

Beth, your dinner sounds wonderful.

Thanks Laurie!

forgot to mention that I also have raising, a loaf of ww bread for dinner too. I have what looks like 3 (?) bone in skin on chicken breasts weighing 3 pounds. I plan to cut the meat off the bone and soak the pieces in buttermilk. Then cook the bones and can up some broth, probably tomorrow.

Hope your family gets well soon Laurie..
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well, surprise, it looks like I have one whole, natural (?), cut up chicken, guess it would have paid to read the label. So I deboned the breasts and thighs, and hope no one eats the legs so I can toss them in the brew tomorrow..
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Got up early put on a roast beef, it is now resting and I'll slice it later, make some gravy and we will have roast beef sammies with gravy, a salad of sliced tomatoes,cucumbers, avocado and sweet onions. Roasted asparagus wrapped in proscuitto and topped with parmeasan.Fruit and cheese for dessert later.
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I'm making that "oh so comforting" but "oh so bad" for you casserol of ground beef, egg noodles, mushrooms, and Cream-of-Mushroom soup.

I make this with diced potatoes instead of noodles and add peas and corn to the mix. It was a very popular dish when I was a Boy Scout. We called it "glop".


However, tonight's dinner will be brats on the grill.
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