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Old 10-17-2014, 11:59 AM   #1
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Friday Food! AKA What's for dinner? 10/17

Dinner here tonight will be enchiladas. I put them together this morning and they are ready to be heated up for the fam jam's dinner. Hope they leave me one. I'm eating at work tonight.

What's on your plate?

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Old 10-17-2014, 12:04 PM   #2
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Right now the lamb pieces are defrosting. I'm going to make a lamb and okra stew for dinner.
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an odd collection of burritos with salsa, cole slaw and guacamole
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I bought some rib eye ends and ground those up for a few burger patties. Burgers and oven potato wedgies tonight.
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TB's having snapper and I am having lentil loaf. Sides are asparagus, spaghetti squash and more tomatoes from our garden!
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In anticipation of Glenn needing softish food, I made a nice big tray of lasagna. Also baked a couple of baguettes for garlic bread and might add some Italian green beans as a side. Depends on how he feels. He had a tooth pulled today and his jaw is a bit tender.

No dessert. We'll be lucky to finish the main meal.
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Old 10-17-2014, 03:36 PM   #7
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There have been a few curry posts here lately that have whet my appetite. But we're having a get together tomorrow and the kitchen is sparkling clean, so I'm not feeling much like messing it up. I think we'll be having Indian takeout.
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Right now the lamb pieces are defrosting. I'm going to make a lamb and okra stew for dinner.
You know how there are lots of posts that sound good when you read them in these threads?

Then there are right time right place I want posts. Lamb and okra stew sounds perfect today.

How do you make it?
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Chicken salad and ???????????
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Old 10-17-2014, 05:40 PM   #10
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You know how there are lots of posts that sound good when you read them in these threads?

Then there are right time right place I want posts. Lamb and okra stew sounds perfect today.

How do you make it?
Thanks Frank. Here's an earlier photo of the dish.

Note that I often use bone-in lamb shoulder chops in place of the lab cubes.

Okra and Lamb Stew
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