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Old 01-09-2011, 12:35 AM   #1
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Sunday, 1/9/2011, What's cooking?

Well it will either be meatloaf, meatballs or chili. Can you tell I have ground beef to use!! LOL And I wanna try making dry beans for the first time in my pressure cooker; for the chili.

Any plans?
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Old 01-09-2011, 12:48 AM   #2
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I plan on doing a complete revamp of the fridge. I can't even get a stalk of celery in there.

I know there's food in there from Christmas...and the trash is picked up on Monday, time to clean.

Tomorrow, on Sunday...:) I will be baking a mac 'n cheese with bacon and broccoli.
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Old 01-09-2011, 01:09 AM   #3
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I don't really have a clue yet. Unless James wants something specific I might make hot dogs and macaroni and cheese for him, plus either cauliflower or broccoli (or some of each). For me, it will be an assortment of vegetables, fruit, and nuts. I have some fresh cauliflower and broccoli that need to be eaten soon, as well as some carrots. I will be shopping tomorrow, but I want to eat what is in there first.

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Old 01-09-2011, 01:57 AM   #4
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"Smells like Thanksgiving". When I first developed this recipe, it was with Chicken. But I have some Turkey Cutlets to make it with. They did not thaw out in time to have on Saturday so it is Sunday's Dinner.
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Clean out the fridge day: Breakfast was turkey ham and Swiss cheese on honey wheat, toasted open faced.

Lunch will be my taster cup (12 oz. cobalt blue glass) filled with MsMofet's Confetti Soup. I did manage to save a container with 2 C for the freezer, as well as a 2 C container of the seasoned chicken broth.

Dinner will be the chicken meat from the chicken stock, I'm still thinking about how to fix it.
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Clean out the fridge day: Breakfast was turkey ham and Swiss cheese on honey wheat, toasted open faced.

Lunch will be my taster cup (12 oz. cobalt blue glass) filled with MsMofet's Confetti Soup. I did manage to save a container with 2 C for the freezer, as well as a 2 C container of the seasoned chicken broth.

Dinner will be the chicken meat from the chicken stock, I'm still thinking about how to fix it.
Homemade Chicken a la king? Over rice
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Homemade Chicken a la king? Over rice
Thanks, that's perfect. I even have pimentos and a container of the wild & brown rice blend!
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Thanks, that's perfect. I even have pimentos and a container of the wild & brown rice blend!
Got mushrooms? Someone in another thread has a GALLON!! LOL
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Got mushrooms? Someone in another thread has a GALLON!! LOL


Nope, but am using cream of mushroom soup, a little pimento and a package of cooked colored bell peppers I saved and froze in a baggie.

I am going to marinade the chicken in some cooking sherry. I know, I know, but I've got to use it up and sherry sounds good for ala king.
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Nope, but am using cream of mushroom soup, a little pimento and a package of cooked colored bell peppers I saved and froze in a baggie.

I am going to marinade the chicken in some cooking sherry. I know, I know, but I've got to use it up and sherry sounds good for ala king.
I feel like your remote access personal chef. ROTFL
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