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Old 06-10-2011, 11:57 AM   #31
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DD and SIL cooked dinner for us last night. Chicken Parmesan, stuffed shells, salad, garlic toast and strawberry cupcakes for dessert...YUM!
Yes, that meal looks really GOOD!
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Old 06-10-2011, 12:12 PM   #32
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Talk about comfort food! I would need a couch after that meal though.. . There is nothing wrong with having frozen dinners. I do that when I'm lazy. I love frozen pot pies and french bread pizza from Stouffers.
Thank you. It was YUMMY. Half the plate was salad. I didn't finish all the mac and cheese.
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Old 06-10-2011, 06:19 PM   #33
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That looks really refreshing. I have everything for that cold plate. I have everything for the bean salad but romaine lettuce, nothern beans and red wine vinegar. All I have are iceberg lettuce, pinto beans and apple cider/balsamic vinegars.

You should post the recipe for your cold plate, especially with the east getting blasted with high temps. Looks like a prefect meal for a HOT day!
The romaine lettuce was under the tuna salad, any lettuce would work. The original recipe just called for vinegar, I assume cider, I like the red wine. I personally wouldn't use balsamic. Any kind of beans would work, just different colors. I posted the Three Bean Salad Recipe here. PattY1's Three Bean Salad

The tuna salad should be made to your personal tastes. If I had any fore thought on this meal I would have hard boiled some eggs, served quartered.
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Old 06-10-2011, 07:53 PM   #34
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The romaine lettuce was under the tuna salad, any lettuce would work. The original recipe just called for vinegar, I assume cider, I like the red wine. I personally wouldn't use balsamic. Any kind of beans would work, just different colors. I posted the Three Bean Salad Recipe here. PattY1's Three Bean Salad

The tuna salad should be made to your personal tastes. If I had any fore thought on this meal I would have hard boiled some eggs, served quartered.
I forgot to add, I had made Strawberry Jello, but it had not set up yet.
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