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Old 05-22-2008, 10:47 AM   #1
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Dinner tonight, May 22, Thursday

1. Herbed cream of potato&pea soup. {all my herbs from the garden just sitting on top of the preparing soup}
2. Boneless skinless sliced breast of chicken fried lightly then tossed in sweet/sour/hot/butter sauce. {the sauce is Dave's or is it Durkee's hot sauce, butter, pineapple/apricot jam, rice vinegar, cooked together}
3. Battered then breaded cauliflower-ettes, then fried in butter.
4. Bucatini in butter and parm cheese.
5. Vanilla pudding with chocolate chips.

What are you making for dinner tonight?

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I think just some sandwiches. My son has baseball practice at 5, he doesn't get home from school til almost 4, and we need 20 min to get there. I hate speed dinner night.
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Microsoft is feeding Paul tonight... I'll have leftovers or skip dinner.
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Old 05-22-2008, 10:58 AM   #4
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I don't know yet but I have garlic roasting in the oven, probably will use it for something , either garlic butter for corn on the cob , or spread it on bread for garlic bread.
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I don't know yet but I have garlic roasting in the oven, probably will use it for something , either garlic butter for corn on the cob , or spread it on bread for garlic bread.

Yum LC, I think I could just eat the garlic alone for dinner!
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Old 05-22-2008, 11:27 AM   #6
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I don't know yet but I have garlic roasting in the oven, probably will use it for something , either garlic butter for corn on the cob , or spread it on bread for garlic bread.
I have a ton of garlic cloves from outside too, that I need to do something with. I am going to take your lead and put some of them in the oven while I'm readying for my dental apt. Smart thought. Plus, the house'll smell delicious!
Been stockpiling butter too so with some of it, I'll make a compound butter then freeze that, maybe I'll also add some of the herbs in the yard to make it even better, thanks for the idea!
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Old 05-22-2008, 11:33 AM   #7
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creamed spinach over biscuits
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Old 05-22-2008, 11:53 AM   #8
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DH is going on a 4 day weekend for Memorial Day....he has requested lasagna so i guess I'll oblige....he is so spoiled...
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Old 05-22-2008, 12:58 PM   #9
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I have to work tonight - my office is helping to organize a grilling competition/fundraiser, so I'll get something to eat there. They're supposed to have just about everything - beef, pork, chicken, fried turkeys and fish, and all the fixin's. Should be interesting
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I have a ton of garlic cloves from outside too, that I need to do something with. I am going to take your lead and put some of them in the oven while I'm readying for my dental apt. Smart thought. Plus, the house'll smell delicious!
Been stockpiling butter too so with some of it, I'll make a compound butter then freeze that, maybe I'll also add some of the herbs in the yard to make it even better, thanks for the idea!
You're quite welcome !
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