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Old 02-24-2010, 03:44 AM   #21
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made three Pans of lasagna today! Baked up the largest one and froze the other two. Used the homemade sauce i made last week; still have one tub of it left for spaghetti some other night.



made a simple salad to go with it. Have enough leftovers for dh's lunch tomorrow plus for one meal for both us and my sil & her hubby. She'll pick her's up tomorrow along with a tub of brunswick stew...made a ten-quart kettle of that too! I'll post a bowl of that tomorrow...
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Old 02-24-2010, 04:01 AM   #22
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That looks TASTY
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Homemade Minestrone soup topped with grated romano and parmesan cheese and french bread and butter to dip.



What a warming meal! I'm a big soup person, and I know I would love that with some crusty bread!
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Old 02-24-2010, 05:04 AM   #24
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I put together a sausage/ham shepherd's pie with a biscuit topping. The vegies are peas, carrots, potato and bell pepper.
I think my shepherd's pie turned out more like a pot pie, but it was soooo tasty!


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Made three pans of lasagna today! Baked up the largest one and froze the other two. Used the homemade sauce I made last week; still have one tub of it left for spaghetti some other night.



Made a simple salad to go with it. Have enough leftovers for DH's lunch tomorrow plus for one meal for both us and my SIL & her hubby. She'll pick her's up tomorrow along with a tub of Brunswick stew...made a ten-quart kettle of that too! I'll post a bowl of that tomorrow...
That looks so delishhh! I'm surprised msmofet didn't comment!
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Old 02-24-2010, 04:35 PM   #26
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That looks so delishhh! I'm surprised msmofet didn't comment!
She did! Ya just gotta read "page one" of a thread! To quote an ad: It's in there!

If any of you want to come over for lasagna some night just settle up who brings wine, who bakes the bread, who makes salad, and who creates the dessert. I have two in the freezer (an 8x8 and a 9x12) that I can bake up with enough notice...
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Old 02-24-2010, 05:34 PM   #27
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MSMofet's soup looks yummy. Our's is similar except we use tubettini and a few dabs of Pesto Genovese. Tonight it's 1lb each of broiled prime top round and lima beans for a veggie.
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Old 02-24-2010, 06:08 PM   #28
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She did! Ya just gotta read "page one" of a thread! To quote an ad: It's in there!

If any of you want to come over for lasagna some night just settle up who brings wine, who bakes the bread, who makes salad, and who creates the dessert. I have two in the freezer (an 8x8 and a 9x12) that I can bake up with enough notice...
It was on page 2. Sorry I didn't see it. lol
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What a warming meal! I'm a big soup person, and I know I would love that with some crusty bread!
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I think my shepherd's pie turned out more like a pot pie, but it was soooo tasty!


YUMMY!!

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MSMofet's soup looks yummy. Our's is similar except we use tubettini and a few dabs of Pesto Genovese. Tonight it's 1lb each of broiled prime top round and lima beans for a veggie.
thank you bill. i like to be different LOL
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It was on page 2. Sorry I didn't see it. lol
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