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Old 02-06-2007, 01:28 PM   #11
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Leftover seafood gumbo, mixed greens salad, and french bread that I made in my new french loaf pans-------we had it on Sunday for 10 people and we won't mind "blessing" it again. LOL!

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Old 02-06-2007, 02:18 PM   #12
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Slight change of plan, a mixture of filled pasta nfrom supermarket: Agnolotti al nero di seppia con salmone (black with salmon filling), and Agnolotti casereci con carciofi (white with artichoke filling) and an excellent bottle of spumante, that cost 80 cents!

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Old 02-06-2007, 04:17 PM   #13
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Steak and potatoes for us tonight.
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Old 02-06-2007, 04:21 PM   #14
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Originally Posted by Barb L.
Fixing what I was suspose to fix yesterday -
This happens to us so many times. Tonight will be another of those nights. Waiting for HH to get home (time always uncertain) so we can face the gym before thinking about food.
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Old 02-06-2007, 04:29 PM   #15
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Homemade pizza here. I got off work early due to a snowstorn here so I had time to make the dough and sauce. I made berry streudel bars too.
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Old 02-06-2007, 04:48 PM   #16
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I picked up some smoked chicken and flour tortillas so am making smoked chicken quesadillas with Monterey Jack cheese. I have some guacamole, chopped cilantro,red onion, to add on. I picked up some extra avocados and a grapefruit and pomegranate seeds at the store and those will be a salad. Plan to use some avocado oil and grape fruit juice with salt and pepper as well as the pomegranate seeds over the top. I am going to try something kind of goofey for dessert, slices of blood oranges lightly sprinkled with vanilla sugar then a small scoop of orange sorbet..I can't wait to see how that flies around here

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Old 02-06-2007, 05:30 PM   #17
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chicken cutlets with mustard and white wine sauce served with asparagus, skillet potatoes, and green salad
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Old 02-06-2007, 05:42 PM   #18
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Originally Posted by abjcooking
chicken cutlets with mustard and white wine sauce served with asparagus, skillet potatoes, and green salad
Mmmm, sounds yummy, abj.

We're having ribeye steaks, baked potatoes and asparagus spears.
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Old 02-06-2007, 06:09 PM   #19
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Everyones meals sound wonderful to me today. I started to respond back to everyone and ran out of finger power. For all of you in the deep freeze, stay warm, cozy up with your cutie, and sip on some good hot tea. Oh, have some for me too............!
Originally Posted by PA Baker
It's still cold here today so I'm rummaging in the pantry for soup ingredients for me. I think I'll put together a chicken stock base and load it with white beans, spinach, carrots, chopped tomatoes, garlic, red onion and some cheese tortellini. I've pulled left-over stuffed peppers out of the freezer for DH.
What are you having today?
sounds wonderful, wish I was closer!

Originally Posted by boufa06
Had some leftover chickpea soup so decided to make Hummus with it. Also did guacamole, and a salad consisting of rocket, mushroom & cheese.
yummo, how far again is Greece?
Originally Posted by Michelemarie
It is so cold here -- the kitchen is screaming chili!
well sheessh, so am I...........wish I could hop on a plane and make it for you, you could sip wine and I'd do the cookin in the pretty tidy lovely kitchen of yours!
Originally Posted by Barb L.
Fixing what I was suspose to fix yesterday - Pork steak w/onions, potatoes, gravy and roasted broccoli -- chocolate pecan pie for dessert.
I'm not eating sweets right now but can you squeeze me in around the table?

Originally Posted by Barbara
I have white beans left over from last night - thinking taking ham shanks out of the freezer and doing something with that - or chicken chili as someone suggested yesterday. it's warm here! So. Cal.
This is what I was referring to yesterday,
Top Recipe 1995: White Chili
yep, it's a bit of a challenge to do, lot's of ingreds, but boy is it ever good. I love ham hocks and white beans though too, with onion, garlic, celery, carrot, salt and pepper. Easy peasy!
Originally Posted by bethzaring
I am having an unexpected four mouths showing up for dinner, grumble grumble. So plan B is, potato soup made with canned potatoes, need to find a loaf of bread in the freezer, and a pumpkin pie we were sent home with over the week-end. My fear is they will come, along with the snow, and be stuck here overnight...aaaarrrrrrgggghhhhhh
not a happy camper
Oh good luck with your unexpected guests...............by the way, where is Ahia?
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Thatís it, I canít answer any more, my fingers hurt!
Can you tell Iím not cooking? Iím trying to wind my way into someoneís home.
Stuck at work, until later tomorrow and looks like itíll be a salad at Howard Johnsonís tonight. Itís okay, the Caesar is wonderfulÖ.maybe Iíll splurge and get chicken on it!

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Old 02-06-2007, 08:29 PM   #20
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Lefse, my soup tends to grow exponentially. My entire dutch oven is still full of it so you'd be more than welcome to come eat your share and then some! By the way, did you make it to your destination with your eardrums intact???

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