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Old 03-15-2016, 11:46 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by Kayelle View Post
Great looking meals tonight Joey, and Cheryl.

This recipe surprised me big time and I enjoyed it so much more with the almond flour breading than I have in the past with flour. The sauce was spot on, and worthy of a 4 four star restaurant. I did use half Chick.broth and half white wine. Hard to believe that one DP breast fed both of us. Well, it weighed 1 lb.
Looks delish! I wish I liked spinach more.

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Old 03-16-2016, 12:37 AM   #12
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Yup, more good pics and meals from the DC crowd. Love it!

GG, we can't eat cooked spinach unless it's in a pot of soup. Sauteed/steamed leaves the back of our teeth all chalky feeling. Yuck! We do love it raw in salads, though.

No pics from me, unless you want me to pull out the leftovers and take their photo. I made a huge pot of soup with Italian sausage, navy beans, onions and Swiss chard.

A neighbor friend is having hernia surgery sometime soon-ish, and his wife is my friend who absolutely loves it when I gift her with homemade soup. His doc told him that soup would be the easiest thing for him to digest, so I'm laying in a supply of quarts in my freezer to get over to them after he gets patched up. She said if I run out of room in the freezer she'll take the stock so I can keep cooking! Little does she know I'm using this to empty out the older proteins from my freezer so I can start all over again when sales pop up. When the soups go, the old water-filled juice containers move in.

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Old 03-16-2016, 06:34 AM   #13
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Used the leftover roasted garlic cream sauce to make a chicken with pasta dish. Seasoned and browned some chicken thighs in olive oil and set them aside (not fully cooked). Added some sliced onion to the pan to soften. When they were almost done I added sliced criminis. When the mushrooms were slightly soft, I deglazed with some pinot gris and added the cream sauce. The chicken went back in and I covered the pan to finish cooking. Served over fettuccine and fresh grated parm to taste. Had a salad as a first course.
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Old 03-16-2016, 12:25 PM   #14
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Your dinner last night looked great too GG!

Originally Posted by GotGarlic View Post
Looks delish! I wish I liked spinach more.
I thought about using riced cauliflower instead of spinach, but I like spinach better. SC enjoyed his on Jasmine rice.

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