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Old 02-09-2011, 11:20 AM   #1
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Hump Day menu 2-9-11

I took a London Broil out of the freezer so will cook that. Have some potatoes that need to used but not sure how they will be cooked yet. Going to the grocery so will get some veggies or salad fixin's there. Thinking of scalloped pineapple for dessert. Whachya makin' at your place?

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Old 02-09-2011, 11:49 AM   #2
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Chicken and greens of some sort...if I can't stop for the greens, I will use baby spinach. Rice, of course...have to try out the rice cooker.
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Old 02-09-2011, 12:04 PM   #3
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Don't know yet as not sure who will be here for dinner and how everyone is feeling (up most of the night with Dad's cough and my leg cramps).

One idea is french onion soup - to help use up the "really good deal" DH got on a 10 pound bag of onions last week.
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Old 02-09-2011, 12:59 PM   #4
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Don't know yet as not sure who will be here for dinner and how everyone is feeling (up most of the night with Dad's cough and my leg cramps).

One idea is french onion soup - to help use up the "really good deal" DH got on a 10 pound bag of onions last week.
Well I'll be there, and I'm feeling pretty good ~~ After I "mush" my way there I'll be pretty hungry...French Onion Soup (and something chocolate) sounds great...
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Old 02-09-2011, 01:04 PM   #5
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Well I'll be there, and I'm feeling pretty good ~~ After I "mush" my way there I'll be pretty hungry...French Onion Soup (and something chocolate) sounds great...
Sounds great Uncle B, I'll open the window a crack so you can follow the heavenly scent of caramelizing onions! I am making some of my triple chocolate brownies for a youth event and need someone to do quality control. I think I even have time to whip up a batch of chocolate sorbet!
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Old 02-09-2011, 01:09 PM   #6
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Sounds great Uncle B, I'll open the window a crack so you can follow the heavenly scent of caramelizing onions! I am making some of my triple chocolate brownies for a youth event and need someone to do quality control. I think I even have time to whip up a batch of chocolate sorbet!
No need to crack the window (lets in to much cold air)...I've upgraded the dog sled....it has a GPS system aboard. I did my doctoral thesis on Chocolate Brownies Quality control is a specialty!
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I have leftover fried beef liver I put in the freezer when I got my toothache. I'm going to cut it into nuggets and simmer low & slow in a white sauce thanks to an inspiration from LPB when she mentioned creamed ham on toast yesterday. I think I'll put some green beans in it too, and serve over cornbread.
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Right now I am working on a project for a women who was diagnosed with cancer and is stay at some medical housing place.
The women decided to go vegan so I ended up being asked by someone in the community if I could make the women a handful of premade frozen meals that can be reheated..so I am working on a bunch of stuff for that...as for what I am actually eating..No idea
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Beef and sausage stir fry with peppers and of course rice.
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Old 02-09-2011, 02:06 PM   #10
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Right now I am working on a project for a women who was diagnosed with cancer and is stay at some medical housing place.
The women decided to go vegan so I ended up being asked by someone in the community if I could make the women a handful of premade frozen meals that can be reheated..so I am working on a bunch of stuff for that...as for what I am actually eating..No idea
That is AWESOME. You go and bless you, Josh!!

For myself I think I will grill a piece of tilapia and have it with salad for supper.
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