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Old 11-19-2015, 08:01 PM   #11
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Evidence we had pizza tonight.
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Old 11-19-2015, 08:27 PM   #12
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Yummy looking pics, kgirl and Andy! kgirl, I LOVE fish tacos and you just reminded me to put them back in the rotation - it's been a few weeks since I've had them.

CG, the beer braised pot roast sounds delicious. That's such a comfort food. Everyone's dinners tonight have my mouth watering.

Kay...our artichokes here haven't looked all that great lately, so I've been passing them by.

I had a couple of pulled pork tacos this evening, with homemade pico de gallo. I never get tired of those.
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Old 11-19-2015, 08:51 PM   #13
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We're at my in-laws in Michigan . We dug some smoked-mozzarella filled ravioli from my FIL's freezer and topped it with some of the lasagna sauce I made mixed with half a jar of spaghetti sauce. I also seasoned frozen green beans and cooked them in the microwave and we made garlic bread with crescent rolls.
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Okay, I made in time!
Chipotle Cheesy roasted potatoes with sauteed zucchini and broiled Garlic Flank Steak,
oh and I forgot the sliced Tomatoes for DH, I'm not a fan I just had extra zucchini :)
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... OH, and let me say that I REALLY enjoyed the Potatoes!
Dh scrapped the cheese off, "...it's too cheesy" (please add 'whinny kid' tone to that comment )
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Old 11-19-2015, 09:21 PM   #16
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... OH, and let me say that I REALLY enjoyed the Potatoes!
Dh scrapped the cheese off, "...it's too cheesy" (please add 'whinny kid' tone to that comment )
You mean something has too much cheese???
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Old 11-19-2015, 09:43 PM   #18
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I made frikadeller and served them with potatoes, rødkål, and a beet salad. I love frikadeller.
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taxy, had to look "frikadeller" up. A cross between a hamburger and a meatball? Looks good.

Nice dinner photos. K-girl, next time you make those potatoes, put the plate down in front of your DH, then scrape his cheese off onto your potatoes. Make lots of "yummmm" noises while eating them.

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...CG, the beer braised pot roast sounds delicious. That's such a comfort food. Everyone's dinners tonight have my mouth watering...
Presentation looks a tiny bit like slop, but it is soooo good! It's not one of Himself's favorite dishes, but he humors me and eats it once or twice during the winter. We have enough leftovers for one person. "Mine!"
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taxy, had to look "frikadeller" up. A cross between a hamburger and a meatball? Looks good.

Nice dinner photos. K-girl, next time you make those potatoes, put the plate down in front of your DH, then scrape his cheese off onto your potatoes. Make lots of "yummmm" noises while eating them.


Presentation looks a tiny bit like slop, but it is soooo good! It's not one of Himself's favorite dishes, but he humors me and eats it once or twice during the winter. We have enough leftovers for one person. "Mine!"
Looks yummy to me CG. It's just not a photogenic dish.

Frikadeller are a fried meatball. They are usually sort of football/rugby ball shaped Here's a pic I took another time:

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