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Old 02-25-2010, 11:45 PM   #21
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tried out a new recipe for smothered chicken. called for breast , i used thigh. sprinkle with lemon pepper and cook seven min. each side in skillet. set aside to keep warm. caramelized onions. interesting way, onion slices and brown sugar. cook bacon and do onions in drippings. then build. chicken , bacon, onions, and shredded cheese of your choice. it was good. then had buttered sweet potatoes with it. only did one thigh. but amounts could be increased.
That sounds like something I make, but I don't use onion. The chicken breast is breaded, then I top it with shredded cheddar and bacon. I bet your dinner was lovely!
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I had the leftover spaghetti bake.

I made Mark chicken-rice soup from homemade stock and just added sliced baby carrots and peas. It's not the most attractive soup, but I gave it a taste test, and it was yummy and warming. All Mark had with it was a handful of Saltines.


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Old 02-26-2010, 03:27 AM   #23
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Broccoli and cauliflower primavera with spinach spaghetti.
I could actually make something like that, but I don't have the right kind of cheese or spinach spaghetti. That looks so good! I wish my SO liked cauliflower. He likes broccoli, but only once in a great while.
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I had the leftover spaghetti bake.

I made Mark chicken-rice soup from homemade stock and just added sliced baby carrots and peas. It's not the most attractive soup, but I gave it a taste test, and it was yummy and warming. All Mark had with it was a handful of Saltines.


that soup looks yummy!!
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Broiled shell steak and cheesy, broccoli jasmine rice (shredded cheddar, butter, fresh broccoli, milk, water and jasmine rice).

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