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Old 10-16-2016, 10:44 PM   #11
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Taxlady, that looks delicious.
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Old 10-16-2016, 11:15 PM   #12
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Looks delish Taxy, and I hope you feel better very soon.

Kay and LP... chicky thighs here too...seasoned flour and fried them up to have for the next couple of days. I love leftover fried chicken. Had a small salad for a side for this evening's dinner.
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Old 10-17-2016, 12:52 AM   #13
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Thanks ladies, it was delicious. I have two leftover for sandwiches.

I feel fine, I think I'm still getting over the illness I had for about four months last winter/spring.
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Old 10-17-2016, 02:44 AM   #14
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Yummy looking dinner, taxy. Hope you're up to full speed soon. ((hug)) Everyone else's dinner sounds good, too.

I didn't feel like playing with a new-to-me recipe tonight, so I guess the butternut soup will be Monday's soup. Ended up making cheesy cauliflower soup (I can make that one in my sleep) and BLT sandwiches for supper. Fancy!

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Old 10-17-2016, 07:24 AM   #15
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Went shopping at the new Super Kroger after church. Been wanting to go, but too many people checking it out. Bought some Orange chicken take home - so so. Went by the seafood counter and got a shocker. Sea bass $24.99 a pound. Ouch! Settled for the sirloin steaks at $4.99. Monday or Tuesday will be Sesame beef.
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Old 10-17-2016, 07:39 AM   #16
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I made GG's Creamy Chicken Poblano Soup! It was excellent! I still had a pesky pablano and a couple tomatillos left, so I made some green sauce. I also had some fixings left from our salad on Saturday, so I made a "Mexican" style frittata to go with the sauce for breakfast, but I ended up eating some of the frittata along with the soup.
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Old 10-17-2016, 08:18 AM   #17
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I made GG's Creamy Chicken Poblano Soup! It was excellent! I still had a pesky pablano and a couple tomatillos left, so I made some green sauce. I also had some fixings left from our salad on Saturday, so I made a "Mexican" style frittata to go with the sauce for breakfast, but I ended up eating some of the frittata along with the soup.
Yay! Glad you enjoyed it! Frittata sounds like a great accompaniment. Too bad DH won't eat eggs he can recognize
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Yay! Glad you enjoyed it! Frittata sounds like a great accompaniment. Too bad DH won't eat eggs he can recognize
His lose! I pulled out the jar of ground cumin and it was empty! I love when this happens, as I get to toast whole seeds and grind them! Nothing like the aroma of freshly toasted and ground cumin!
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Defrosted the freezer the other day and found a pkg of shanks with a hole in it. Have no idea of the date, but the freezer burn was apretty small area, took a chance and threw it the slow cooker with a bunch of vegies and a tiny bit of broth. Came out delish.

Will probably have the rest for an early lunch.

Taxy I love schnitzel too! I usually make the poor man's version with pork instead of veal ($$). Yummm, gonna get that on the menu for this week, saw some in the freezer!
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Defrosted the freezer the other day and found a pkg of shanks with a hole in it. Have no idea of the date, but the freezer burn was apretty small area, took a chance and threw it the slow cooker with a bunch of vegies and a tiny bit of broth. Came out delish.

Will probably have the rest for an early lunch.

Taxy I love schnitzel too! I usually make the poor man's version with pork instead of veal ($$). Yummm, gonna get that on the menu for this week, saw some in the freezer!
These were pork schnitzel. Unless I or someone I trust knows the farmer, I don't buy veal.
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