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Old 02-17-2019, 05:09 PM   #11
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Breakfast was pancakes, and here is what I posted on my "I cheated" thread about dinner tonight.

"Hello and Happy NATIONAL CABBAGE DAY everyone.


DH has a recipe from his mother (no title) using Bratwurst and Red Cabbage that he wants to make today. Will give a review tonight.

Who else is planning on clearing out the room?"


So far, no one else will admit to it.

Sounds like a good dinner. I make several good family cabbage dishes but not today.
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Old 02-17-2019, 05:39 PM   #12
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We had our Sunday Morning glorified bagels and lox while watching the Sunday Morning show. It's a ritual.

I'll be making a meat loaf for dinner and thinking about using a cup of Stove Top Dressing in the meat mix. I could be on to something maybe? SC found some beautiful first of the season asparagus to roast, and I'll also roast some little red potatoes in parsley, garlic and duck fat.
Kay...funny that you mentioned adding Stove Top stuffing in your meat loaf as a filler. Just yesterday my daughter and I were chatting about meat loaf. She buys a box of Stove Top and stores it in a jar, adds some to her meat loaf, and makes mini meat 'loaves' in muffin tins. She adds no other seasonings, since the stuffing mix is already seasoned. They love it that way. I asked her about chopped bell peppers (which I love in meat loaf), but nobody else in her household (except my daughter), likes them so she leaves them out.

I've never tried it, so if you do, I'd love to know what you and the Sous think of it!
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Old 02-17-2019, 05:53 PM   #13
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Taco salad for this afternoon's dinner. I sliced corn tortillas into strips earlier today and fried them, thawed some seasoned gr. beef that was in the freezer, chopped and prepped the veggies and cheese. Just fixin' to slightly warm the meat and throw everything together, and top with ranch dressing.
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Sounds like a good dinner. I make several good family cabbage dishes but not today.
Thank you Kayelle, dinner is running a little late tonight. DH is trying to fix it while watching the Daytona 500
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I'm making a big pot of beef-veggie soup for my master gardener class (we "perennials" feed the students dinner) tomorrow night, so we'll have some of it tonight. I'm also thawing some homemade bread and will toast it to go with the soup.
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Old 02-17-2019, 06:51 PM   #16
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Thank you Kayelle, dinner is running a little late tonight. DH is trying to fix it while watching the Daytona 500
He couldn't wait for the race to end. So we dished it out and all I can say is it was good but not a repeater.
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Itís 10:30am, and I havenít eaten anything yet, LOL! But my bagels are cooling, and I made an awesome shmear for them. Cream cheese, a bit of sour cream, prepared horseradish, diced onion, toasted and ground black pepper, fennel seeds, and yellow mustard seeds.
Love the shmear, but I'm not feelin' the fennel seeds. I'm thinking garlic chives in tbat spread.
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Old 02-17-2019, 07:03 PM   #18
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Italian Heroes, Thumans potato salad and Wise Sour cream & onion ridges chips.

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Mmm, Thumann's.




More pizza here tonight. My God am I getting sick of this. I had to doctor it up to make it feel different.

So, regular ol' NYC pizza topped with shredded salami and ham, and raw onions,

Either a Linzer tart, or a blueberry crumb muffin for dessert with ice cold milk. Milk just went in the frezzer.

Hope I don't forget again...
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Pork neck bones and gravy, mashed potatoes and steamed spinach. Soul food for us.
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Pork neck bones and gravy, mashed potatoes and steamed spinach. Soul food for us.
Brown or red gravy? I'm guessing brown. Have you ever tried pork neck in a garlicy tomato sauce (gravy)?
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