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Old 01-23-2010, 05:33 PM   #21
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Salmon. Continuing my effort to eat healthier. I am going to marinate the salmon in teriyaki sauce and bake in the oven. Or does anyone have any other suggestions? I have only cooked salmon one other time and I hated it. So, I am giving it a try again. With the salmon I was going to roast squash and onions and have a Caesar salad.
My wife prefers when I just wrap the salmon filet in foil and put a pad of butter, some olive oil, salt and pepper in the sealed packet.... and bake it! I leave it open for the last few minutes. Simple.
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Old 01-23-2010, 05:59 PM   #22
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Tacos and refried beans!
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Old 01-23-2010, 06:07 PM   #23
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Great-looking roast!
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Old 01-23-2010, 06:09 PM   #24
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Hot dogs with fried onions, Root Beer and maybe french fries if I can find my fryer in the big kitchen pile that used to be my living room (never ending renos).

The beef sandwiches sound good though.
Ahhhh.. your weekend favorite! Sounds so good! I don't have any hot dogs, and I was just at the store!
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Old 01-23-2010, 06:10 PM   #25
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Macaroni Salad? That looks like mac'n'cheese to me.
Yes it does, I agree! Well, this is a dinner thread, so it can look like mac-n-cheese! LOL
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Old 01-23-2010, 06:11 PM   #26
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Salmon. Continuing my effort to eat healthier. I am going to marinate the salmon in teriyaki sauce and bake in the oven. Or does anyone have any other suggestions? I have only cooked salmon one other time and I hated it. So, I am giving it a try again. With the salmon I was going to roast squash and onions and have a Caesar salad.
Both salmon and tuna are too strongly flavored for my tastebuds, but I fix them because they are "good for you". I'll season them heavily (sea salt, pepper, herb blends, Season-All - whatever sounds good to my tastebuds that day) and then cook in a bit of olive oil in my CI skillet until done. Don't like chewy fish. Leftovers are terrrific on a greens salad for lunch the next day.
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Home made cream of potato soup, crusty bread with garlic butter.
Sounds very warming for a chilly evening, even though it's not as cold as it could be. Enjoy your comfort dinner!
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Ahhhh.. your weekend favorite! Sounds so good! I don't have any hot dogs, and I was just at the store!
LOL You know me too well, VB. I make this for Dad and I once every weekend....he doesn't complain, except he used to eat it twice a week!

As usual we have a ton of sports on today (curling, golf and hockey so it is the perfect quick and delicious meal.
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Pork chops, green beans (peas or corn if we are out), and potatoes. :)

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