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Old 09-15-2014, 06:23 PM   #11
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more fish here. looks like we'll be eating fish on mondays since dw befriended the fish monger, and he told her he gets his best fish fresh from the fulton market every monday morning.

so, dw made broiled salmon, rice pilaf, and guacamole tonight to go with a fresh bakery baguette and maslo butter.
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Old 09-15-2014, 08:13 PM   #12
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It's a mix of leftovers (a piece of fried cod, the Greek chicken sandwich filling from Saturday) and another new-to-me salad with body. I steamed baby beets earlier that will be used for a Kale and Beet Salad. Our first foray into baby kale - again, waiting for Himself's review. So far, all my explorations in new recipes have gotten thumbs, up.
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Old 09-15-2014, 08:20 PM   #13
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We had Habitant Pea Soup.
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Old 09-15-2014, 09:03 PM   #14
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taxy, is habitant a brand of soup, or more of a style? i bought a can of habitant pea soup when we were up in plattsburgh this past summer. looks like yellow pea soup from the label.
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taxy, is habitant a brand of soup, or more of a style? i bought a can of habitant pea soup when we were up in plattsburgh this past summer. looks like yellow pea soup from the label.
It is a brand of soup, but it is also Quebec-style yellow pea soup. LOVE IT.
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taxy, is habitant a brand of soup, or more of a style? i bought a can of habitant pea soup when we were up in plattsburgh this past summer. looks like yellow pea soup from the label.
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It is a brand of soup, but it is also Quebec-style yellow pea soup. LOVE IT.
What CWS said. It is soup made of yellow peas, but it is soooo good. Habitant makes it with no weird chemicals and makes it well. I don't think there are any other brands of this kind of pea soup in Canada.
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I forgot that I had signed up to provide hospitality - read: dinner - for the new master gardener class, along with another person. I was reminded at the last minute, so I rushed to the grocery store salad bar to buy a big box of mixed baby lettuces, another box of a variety of veggies and feta cheese, and a bottle of red wine vinaigrette to make a quick salad. My partner made crescent-wrapped sausages and seasoned pretzels. That, along with a chocolate-chip cookie, was dinner.
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I forgot that I had signed up to provide hospitality - read: dinner - for the new master gardener class, along with another person. I was reminded at the last minute, so I rushed to the grocery store salad bar to buy a big box of mixed baby lettuces, another box of a variety of veggies and feta cheese, and a bottle of red wine vinaigrette to make a quick salad. My partner made crescent-wrapped sausages and seasoned pretzels. That, along with a chocolate-chip cookie, was dinner.
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Not meatless Monday here. We grilled spicy chicky thighs and the sides were a couple of loaded salads, and garlic toast.
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