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Old 02-13-2008, 11:29 AM   #1
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Dinner, Wed. Feb. 13

So whats everyone making tonight? I have decided on linguine with sauteed portobellas/ red clam sauce, salad and garlic bread.

Change of plans (me) decided to wait and have this Friday if the grandsons come for the weekend. I am hungry for a Arby's french dip, so ordering out- my treat !

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Old 02-13-2008, 11:43 AM   #2
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I was planning on grilled chicken, but the weather has changed some what and I think I'll do a Beef Stew instead.
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Old 02-13-2008, 11:46 AM   #3
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I'm making a pot of stuffed cabbage rolls to bring to my dad's house. My mom's on vacation and he's alone. For us, I'm making cabbage with peppers and kielbasa. and for dessert, I just bought a gallon of Edy's Girl Scout Thin Mint ice cream- its delicious!
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Cold and icy here, so I'm making a nice big pot of wild rice-chicken soup. Took a homemade baguette out of the freezer and just roasted a head of garlic to make garlic spread for the bread. We'll have the last of Vera's king cake for dessert. I feel like crawling into the soup pot to keep warm.
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I'm making a pot of stuffed cabbage rolls to bring to my dad's house. My mom's on vacation and he's alone. For us, I'm making cabbage with peppers and kielbasa. and for dessert, I just bought a gallon of Edy's Girl Scout Thin Mint ice cream- its delicious!
Yumm! Flourgirl, I haven't had home made cabbage rolls in so long. My Mom used to make them but somehow that was something I never picked up from her. And the kind you buy just aren't the same. On your way to your Dad's can you stop by with a couple? Oh oh, me bad - Lefse you are rubbing off on me!

Not sure what supper will be tonight. I was going to try the pork chops I didn't do last night but my leg has swollen up once again (cortizone lasted almost a week) and I can't stand or walk much. Hmmmm, wondering if I can get DH to do Valentine's early and order in from our favourite Italian/Greek restaurant just down the street!
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pork chops, in some form or another.
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Leftover veggie soup.. it turned out to be so yummy yesterday!
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A little BLT with turkey on whole wheat for lunch



And I just started a nice Beef Stew for tonight :p
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That's a very pretty sandwich. Yummers!
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there's a lot of chicken in the fridges; not sure how much of each cut but i think it's various bone in parts. i was thinking of doing some kind of arroz con pollo, or maybe a chicken and mushrooms thing (i bought a large container of dried mixed mushrooms from costco). there's also a lot of garlic, onions, and potatoes that need to be used.

getting the creative juices flowing...
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