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Old 01-27-2016, 08:22 PM   #11
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After grocery shopping yesterday, it was apparent we needed to rid the refrigerator of UFOs (unidentified food objects), so tonight's evening offerings included an assortment of edible leftovers that, given a day or two more, would have become science projects.

Bit of a smorgasbord of dishes, but all good and now...all gone. What we didn't finish Harley and Baxter (our granddog) slurped up as if they were eating at a palace. Best garbage disposals in the world.
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Old 01-27-2016, 09:23 PM   #12
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I have a pot of Stuffed Cabbage in the oven right now.
This is another dish that I have never made before.
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Rather than putting the rice in the cabbage roll filling,
I put it on the side for DH, not moi.
A side salad completed our repast...
all though, DH did not care for the cabbage rolls very much
I thought it very tasty, nice and sweet cabbage and I used crushed
San Maranzo tomatoes on top.
Oh well, there's lunch for me tomorrow,
hmmm,
I wonder what HE'LL be having

K, I'll post up the recipe later in a separate thread,
honestly, it was delicious, he's just a weirdo!
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Old 01-27-2016, 10:04 PM   #13
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Tonight I took some cooked rotini added some browned, drained ground beef, some sauted veggies, a little olive oil and mixed together. Topped with some fresh graded parmesan cheese.
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Old 01-27-2016, 10:06 PM   #14
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I did make the cheesy cauliflower soup and ham-and-cheese sandwiches tonight. So good!
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Old 01-27-2016, 10:17 PM   #15
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Rather than putting the rice in the cabbage roll filling,
I put it on the side for DH, not moi.
A side salad completed our repast...
all though, DH did not care for the cabbage rolls very much
I thought it very tasty, nice and sweet cabbage and I used crushed
San Maranzo tomatoes on top.
Oh well, there's lunch for me tomorrow,
hmmm,
I wonder what HE'LL be having

K, I'll post up the recipe later in a separate thread,
honestly, it was delicious, he's just a weirdo!

We made stuffed cabbage last night so we could have it for dinner tonight.

Ours is different than yours but still stuffed cabbage.
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Old 01-28-2016, 12:27 AM   #16
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My writing group has a weekly happy hour gathering, so since DH is out of town, I went there for dinner. Tonight it was held at a Mexican restaurant; I had fish tacos. They were quite good, with a tasty seasoning on the fish.
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KGirl, they look marvelous and I see you posted the recipe. I have never been able to replicate my mother's so I will see how this one goes!
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We had meatloaf, mashies and broccoli.
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