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Old 03-15-2007, 10:39 AM   #1
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Dinner, thursday, 3/15

I won't be having dinner unless I pack something to take along. have to be at work waaaaaaaaaaaaay to early to be concerned about eating, I'll be more concerned about sleeping . that may even result in no Survivor .

So what's everyone else havin for dinneau?

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Old 03-15-2007, 10:50 AM   #2
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Goat Cheese Enchilladas with a Red Chile Sauce.
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Old 03-15-2007, 10:58 AM   #3
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soup and bread

A few days ago I was rumaging around in the freezer and found a quart jar of beef stock dated Feb 06, so I yanked that sucker outta there. Only I knew I did not have a piece of beef that I wanted to sacrifice for a soup. So am using two pounds of ground beef, bout 95% fat beef. I have never used ground meat for a vegetable beef soup before. Will also go heavy on the carrots. Yesterday I dug about 25 pounds of carrots and brought 19 pounds to the house. Dh wanted them out of the ground so he could rototill that area of the garden.

Bread is the NY TImes bread.
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Old 03-15-2007, 11:10 AM   #4
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Grilled ribeye, grilled asparagus, roasted rosemary & garlic potatoes.
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Grilled ribeye, grilled asparagus, roasted rosemary & garlic potatoes.
Yum ! when's dinner, my favorite !!
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Old 03-15-2007, 11:41 AM   #6
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Making hot ham and cheese subs, leftover mac n cheese and cake for dessert !
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Same as yesterday. My life is SO boring!
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Old 03-15-2007, 12:15 PM   #8
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Goat Cheese Enchilladas with a Red Chile Sauce.
You wouldn't want to PM me that recipe, would you? It sounds divine!

DS is out of town working tonight so I think it will be eating out - I'm so "cooked out" this week! Actually, I'm not cooked out - I'm sick and tired of cleaning the kitchen!!!!!!!!!
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soup and bread

A few days ago I was rumaging around in the freezer and found a quart jar of beef stock dated Feb 06, so I yanked that sucker outta there. Only I knew I did not have a piece of beef that I wanted to sacrifice for a soup. So am using two pounds of ground beef, bout 95% fat beef. I have never used ground meat for a vegetable beef soup before. Will also go heavy on the carrots. Yesterday I dug about 25 pounds of carrots and brought 19 pounds to the house. Dh wanted them out of the ground so he could rototill that area of the garden.

Bread is the NY TImes bread.
You will still love the ground beef in your soup. It's got that "old fashioned" feel to it. Enjoy all those carrots!!!! I've got a recipe somewhere around here (I feel sure it's on the "net" too, for a casserole using grated carrots, maybe some cream, and horseradish - I can't remember what else is in there right now.
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Bourbon...Wild Turkey Rare Breed
Catfish Etouffee over a small amount of white Rice
Salad of Mixed greens with Italian Caper/garlic dressing
New Orleans French bread
Vanilla icecream with pecan/praline sauce
Bourbon...Pappy Van Winkles Family Reserve...
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