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Old 07-09-2011, 03:29 PM   #11
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Shrimp with artichoke hearts and shallots in a white wine and butter sauce over pasta.
Yum! Can I come to your house for dinner?

I just made some snack mix for my teenage son's muchies fix during the work week. Leftovers for dinner.
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Old 07-09-2011, 03:36 PM   #12
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either french onion soup or french bread pizza. getting ready for party tomorrow. need something that is quick and no fuss.
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Old 07-09-2011, 03:47 PM   #13
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After going to the grocery, we'll have burgers and slaw. I'll grill the burgers, add cheddar cheese, fry up some bacon and call it good. I have the slaw dressing already just need to mix in the cabbage. May add some chips or beans.
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Old 07-09-2011, 03:48 PM   #14
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I only saw the plain meatloaf that was under "New Posts", didn't know there are others. I'll go and look for the bacon cheeseburger one, it sounds good :)
Search for all her meatloaf recipes. I make the one that uses a LOT of cheddar cheese and stovetop stuffing mix (premade boxed stuffing). It's very good.

I mentioned clams earlier, didn't go to the store, but am developing a strong taste for a clambake. I'll see how I feel in a couple hours, after work. I really didn't want to drive into the city... but I really want a clambake
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Old 07-09-2011, 04:04 PM   #15
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I have two steaks left from our Omaha experiment, so I'll sear them. The farmers' market had young, fresh, red onions, and I sliced them into a vinegar/sugar/S&P mixture. I have my first tomatoes and second lettuce crop. The starch will be "smashed" potatoes from a week ago's Test Kitchen episode.
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Search for all her meatloaf recipes. I make the one that uses a LOT of cheddar cheese and stovetop stuffing mix (premade boxed stuffing). It's very good.

I mentioned clams earlier, didn't go to the store, but am developing a strong taste for a clambake. I'll see how I feel in a couple hours, after work. I really didn't want to drive into the city... but I really want a clambake
I make the one she posted with the stovetop stuffing mix, but I found out it is good without the cheese too.

I'm just reheating for supper. James is sick, and he knew I have been in the mood for Chinese, so for lunch he asked me to go get Chinese. For him, I got wonton soup, for both of us some egg rolls and spring rolls, and for me beef and mushrooms with rice. Fortune cookies too, of course. What we didn't eat for lunch we will have for supper.
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Old 07-09-2011, 07:13 PM   #17
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Yeah, I don't use quite as much cheddar as what Debbie called for. Good stuff though.

I just got back from the store a little while ago. The clambake is on.
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Old 07-09-2011, 07:21 PM   #18
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I have two steaks left from our Omaha experiment, so I'll sear them. The farmers' market had young, fresh, red onions, and I sliced them into a vinegar/sugar/S&P mixture. I have my first tomatoes and second lettuce crop. The starch will be "smashed" potatoes from a week ago's Test Kitchen episode.
How did you like the Omaha things? We did that one year for my in-laws for Christmas. They said the food was good but they are really easy to impress with food.
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Old 07-09-2011, 07:43 PM   #19
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We had a big lunch at the local BBQ place and then had ice cream later in the afternoon so we weren't too hungry. I made myself a veggie wrap and SO had cucumber sandwiches.
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I used up all of the chicken tenders last night in the chicken parmesan but I still had some leftover sauce that I made from the tomatoes and herbs out of my garden so I made some more spaghetti and some meatballs
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