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Old 01-25-2009, 04:01 PM   #1
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What's for dinner? Sunday, January 25th.

Where is everyone? No dinner tonight?

Sorry to disappoint you, Uncle Bob, but I have leftover fried chicken from yesterday. I'll have that tonight and some other sides. I'm considering making some cake mix cookies to have for a sweet.

What's everyone else doing?

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Old 01-25-2009, 04:06 PM   #2
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Where is everyone? No dinner tonight?

Sorry to disappoint you, Uncle Bob, but I have leftover fried chicken from yesterday. I'll have that tonight and some other sides. I'm considering making some cake mix cookies to have for a sweet.

What's everyone else doing?
I was going to say the same thing!

I'm making Mark a pork chop, not sure how, as of yet. Probably with Cr. of Mushroom soup and baked in the oven... mashed sweet potatoes and a vegetable.

I'm having an artichoke-stuffed chicken breast with baked cauliflower on the side.
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I had leftover red beans and rice for lunch, I'm still stuffed so I'll probably just throw a frozen pizza in for the kids.
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Old 01-25-2009, 04:27 PM   #4
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Cold Chied Fricken huh! Well, you could make some minner & cheese sammiches -- maybe some tator salad -- stuff some Chicken Fruit, and have a Picnic!!

Me, I already had my Sunday dinner....Swimp Creole over a little rice. Some Salad, and po-man's french bread. Oooo and the very last piece of German's Chocolate Cake....

For supper...I dunno...nuttin much I guess. --- Chocolate Cream later for sure!
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Old 01-25-2009, 04:31 PM   #5
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Nah! I'm going to warm up the chicken. Too cold here today for picnic food but, even so, tater salad does sound good. I could make hot German potato salad. Hmmmmmm.
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Old 01-25-2009, 04:40 PM   #6
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I have a large chuck roast in the oven with carrots, celery. Going to have roast, mashed potatoes and gravy, carrots and peas for dinner. I'll take the leftover roast and make beef/veg soup tomorrow. I made lemon bars for dessert.
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We're having company to dinner....sooooooo, I made some appetizers.....I had some leftover boiled chicken from stock that I made yesterday. I chopped the ch. up, added some herbs d'province, a little olive oil; a bit of balsamic; some mayo and some chopped up fresh basil and mint.....I stuffed this into cocktail tomatoes.....deelish....who knows if I'll be able to do it again the same way!!!LOL
I made a potato soup; a brisket (yesterday) it'll taste that much better today; a green bean/cheese/cracker casserole and some store bought potato/onion perogy. Also doing a store bought tiramasu.....so, most homemade, some cheating.....
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I am not sure what I am having for dinner. Leftovers, maybe or Chip-n-Chili pie? I don't know!! All I know is that Alix's banana oatmeal muffins are in the oven and one of those will be dessert, if I can wait that long.
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Old 01-25-2009, 05:01 PM   #9
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Roast pork, 4 cheese mashed potatoes, mixed fruit.

Oh... and seasoned roasted onion quarters..

just cut the onion into wedges, drizzle with olive oil, season with seasoned salt and allow to roast along with the meat on a rack.. Wonderful..sweet, with crusty edges..
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Snow crab clusters were on sale for $4.99/lb. so we have two clusters to steam and dip in butter. I'm going to make clam chowder and green salads to go with them, and we have vanilla ice cream and brownies left over from last night.
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