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Old 09-28-2018, 03:34 PM   #1
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Friday Dinner - 9/28/2018

Hi guys, I'm Laura Vitale, and in this edition of Laura in the Kitchen, I want to show you stuffed pepper soup.



Accompanied by some dutch oven bread and a salad.

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Old 09-28-2018, 07:09 PM   #2
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a small corn/cheese/onion/pepper pancake.
shredded potatoes w/cheeses (4) sour cream, onion, cream of soup, red peppers
green beans
a little corn
Maybe a little cucumber sour cream salad later.
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Old 09-28-2018, 07:16 PM   #3
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What is "cream of soup?"

It is grilled poke chops at the dog house, tonight. They have been marinading all day.

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Old 09-28-2018, 07:19 PM   #4
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cdog! cream of soup, is any cream of mushroom or cream of chicken or cream of celery soup, so it's a 'cream of' something. The potatoes are usually called funeral potatoes if you put corn flakes and butter on top, and you make them in Utah.
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Old 09-28-2018, 07:21 PM   #5
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Mrs. T : What's for dinner?
T: Stuffed pepper soup, DO bread, salad.
Mrs. T: What's stuffed pepper soup?
T: Described the recipe.
Mrs. T: Skeptical look on her face.

Dinnertime:
T: How do you like it?
Mrs. T: I really like it.
T: I wasn't sure, so I only made a half batch.
Mrs. T: You doofus! You should have made a double batch so we could have more leftovers!

Actually, she didn't call me a doofus, but she did say that I should have made a full batch. She's a pretty good sport about trying new things, and in spite of her skepticism, it's only rarely that she is not too fond of some of my experimentation. We're pretty much on the same page of low fat / low salt / relatively healthy dinners.
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Old 09-28-2018, 07:29 PM   #6
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The stuffed pepper soup sounds and looks good, tenspeed! I'll be adding that one to my winter soup rotation.

This afternoon's dinner was a pull-out-of-the-freezer meal. A small slice of ham, a vacuum sealed bag of corn off the cob from earlier this summer, and green beans.
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I made linguine chicken garlic alfredo and Dx made a salad with 2nd planting of spinach and arugula with a bottled Caesar dressing.


We might have ice cream later or popcorn and a movie night.
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Been craving hot dogs on a toasted bun with mustard and relish. Too much sodium, but so worth it.
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It's been a crazy week at work..very busy, catering every day plus full house in the deli..I nuked some left over Chinese food..not that good, but I was too tired to cook..
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Been craving hot dogs on a toasted bun with mustard and relish. Too much sodium, but so worth it.
Those are so good now and then. I made a chili dog on a toasted bun the other day, topped with lots of chopped onion and shredded cheddar.
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