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Old 12-12-2012, 01:20 AM   #1
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Dinner Wednesday 12th December

Tonight we are having Chef Maloney's Curried Beef Tenderloin...but we are having chicken instead of beef

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Looking forward to it
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Old 12-12-2012, 01:35 AM   #2
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We are having giant curried meatballs with fluffy rice and garlic butter butternuts.
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Old 12-12-2012, 03:33 AM   #3
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Chef's dish was superb, we loved it!

Very tasty indeed, would certainly recommend it with chicken and we are going to try it with beef next
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It will be something with hamburger here. I recently got a shipment of 40 lbs of ground beef. Got 10 lbs in the fridge thawed yesterday. Today I will brown it all up and package it for the freezer. I'm thinking tacos would be good. DH is teaching tonight so tacos are something that will keep well for him to have when he gets home.
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We are having giant curried meatballs with fluffy rice and garlic butter butternuts.
Slight change of plans. Made the giant meatballs with slices of butternut and a brown onion and Indian curry sauce (all in one dish) with brown and wild rice. It tastes so darn good! Now if I can only remember what I put in the casserole
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Old 12-12-2012, 09:55 AM   #6
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Beautifully sunny but quite cold. Not even to the freezing mark yet.

There's still a LOT of the oxtail soup left that I made yesterday, so we'll repeat last night's meal. Sure was good and will be even better today but I'll be sad when it's all gone. I won't be able to get to the butcher any time soon to get more oxtails.
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Old 12-12-2012, 11:51 AM   #7
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Chef's dish was superb, we loved it!

Very tasty indeed, would certainly recommend it with chicken and we are going to try it with beef next
Thanks Kylie so glad you liked it

Dinner 12/12/12 will be Porchetta (which I started at 10pm last night and is slow roasting until 3 or 4pm today, around 16 hours total) Steamed Carrots, Green Salad, Mini Raspberry Pies.
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We are going to a Christmas Party at TB's former job - a care home for physically and mentally challenged adults. He left there a month ago after working an extra year just one day a week (on top of his bus job) and they invited us to festivities. It is a highlight of my year because the staff, residents and families are such incredible people.

There is usually ham, turkey and all the fixings. I can eat the turkey and probably some salad but will take some rice cakes just to be sure I have enough to eat.

For my dinner tonight I will have some more of my soup!
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Old 12-12-2012, 03:23 PM   #9
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Have a lovely night Laurie
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I took something out of the freezer that resembles stew. I'm hoping it is. Too early to tell, but it's dark and I see carrots.
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