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Old 01-27-2014, 05:25 PM   #11
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Since we're taking a break from "highs in the teens" weather with this heat wave (high of 37, but into the 20s right now) we'll take a break from soup. I'm making a mix of Italian sausages, onions, and all four colors of bell peppers. Thinking of defrosting that little loaf of Italian bread that's hiding in the freezer and turning it into garlic bread...

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Old 01-27-2014, 06:26 PM   #12
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Cuban style shrimp creole and rice.
I love traditional Cuban foods, traditional creole cooking and shrimp cooked any-which-way, so this sounds a keeper. But what exactly is Cuban style shrimp creole? Will you share, pretty please?

I accidentally ordered fast-fry pork fillets on a supermarket delivery instead of regular boneless chops. I think I will treat them as mini escalopes and saute quickly with a splash of lemon juice. In the back of my head I seem to recall a recipe for this by Delia Smith. Will check.

To accompany, I think roast potato wedges and steamed broccolli, plus probably some leftover roasted sprouts and a small portion of leftover pasta amatriciana. Need to use up the leftovers!
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Old 01-27-2014, 06:42 PM   #13
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My cold and gallbladder pain are acting up a bit (don't worry all, I am taking good care of myself) so I am not cooking tonight.

I think it will be some form of take-out that TB can pick up on his way home from helping a friend with a plumbing problem. My hubby is great using his days off helping others!
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Old 01-27-2014, 08:28 PM   #14
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We had the last of the tomato soup I made using Andy's recipe. Then we had stir fried vegis with left over taco meat and brown basmati rice.
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'twas 45*F and sunny today. Made my first loaf of bread in over a year, Italian. So, I had a buttered piece of bread with a bowl of a new pot roast, as opposed to last weeks' pot roast. I used some grass fed beef that was on sale, and I can tell a difference from the Krogers' chuck roast. The grass fed beef was more tender, juicer, more flavorful and less stringy than last weeks chuck.
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Spaghetti with chicken meat balls.....
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Shrek decided he wanted Arby's which meant I got to run for it. I stopped at the store for root beer and could smell ribs in the deli...I got myself a tray of baby back ribs and some coleslaw. Shrek got his Arby's.
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'twas 45*F and sunny today. Made my first loaf of bread in over a year, Italian. So, I had a buttered piece of bread with a bowl of a new pot roast, as opposed to last weeks' pot roast. I used some grass fed beef that was on sale, and I can tell a difference from the Krogers' chuck roast. The grass fed beef was more tender, juicer, more flavorful and less stringy than last weeks chuck.
Yum! Next time make bread bowls and serve your pot roast in the bread....
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I finally started feeling a little better over the weekend, but still not good. I had canned peaches and cottage cheese for dinner. DH had leftover spaghetti.
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I grilled a couple of ribeyes on the timeshare gas grill and we sat on the balcony of our unit and ate the steaks with a Caesar salad and a couple of glasses of wine while watching the stars sparkling in a deep blue nighttime sky. It was kinda nice.
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