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Old 01-29-2010, 06:11 AM   #1
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What's for Supper, 1-29?

I have a craving for meatloaf, mashed and/or roasted potatoes and green bean casserole (homemade, not with soup).

I know it's very early, but what might be on your menu?

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Old 01-29-2010, 06:33 AM   #2
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Hi Vanilla Bean,
I'm kinda leaning towards Hash Brown Soup, but not sure what to have with it.
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Old 01-29-2010, 07:24 AM   #3
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friends coming over for dinner and card playing.....am serving a small roasted turkey breast from Omaha Steaks, twas a Christmas gift along with other foods from that company, garlicked mashed potatoes, maybe one of the veggie dishes from Omaha, chocolate pudding, and a taste of the peppermint, dark chocolate shavings ice cream I made yesterday, with fudge sauce...these are the friends who gave me the milk and cream this week..
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Old 01-29-2010, 09:49 AM   #4
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Hi Vanilla Bean,
I'm kinda leaning towards Hash Brown Soup, but not sure what to have with it.
I would love a BLT along side that, but that might be too much...maybe a grilled cheese? If a sandwich is too much, maybe just a nice salad. I have never heard of hash brown soup. Do you have a recipe?
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Old 01-29-2010, 09:52 AM   #5
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friends coming over for dinner and card playing.....am serving a small roasted turkey breast from Omaha Steaks, twas a Christmas gift along with other foods from that company, garlicked mashed potatoes, maybe one of the veggie dishes from Omaha, chocolate pudding, and a taste of the peppermint, dark chocolate shavings ice cream I made yesterday, with fudge sauce...these are the friends who gave me the milk and cream this week..
My parents always used to get together with another couple once a week for card playing. I wish my SO liked doing that.

I have never had Omaha steaks, but I hear they are wonderful! Your dinner sounds great!
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Old 01-29-2010, 10:01 AM   #6
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I'm just stimulating my brain cells with coffee at the moment. No activity yet. I know that dinner will either feature something beef (if I get up off the couch and do my grocery shopping) or chicken breast (cuz I think thats about all thats left in the house!). I know it won't be cacciatore if I do the chicken. Likely something lemony, or herby.
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Old 01-29-2010, 11:33 AM   #7
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I'm just stimulating my brain cells with coffee at the moment. No activity yet. I know that dinner will either feature something beef (if I get up off the couch and do my grocery shopping) or chicken breast (cuz I think thats about all thats left in the house!). I know it won't be cacciatore if I do the chicken. Likely something lemony, or herby.
how about lemony herby? it seems like the coffee has begun stimulating the brain cells.
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Old 01-29-2010, 11:34 AM   #8
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Well i have strip steaks thawing so I have 2 plans - steak and eggs or steak, stuffed mushrooms, beef rice/roni or potatoes, carrots and maybe biscuits or corn bread (maybe we rarely have bread with meals).

breakfast was a chicken cup o' noodles.

what do you have palnned for dinner?
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Selkie inspired me to do philly cheesesteaks. I'm now making my grocery list and I'm going shopping! I'm going to try to remember to take pix. I love seeing the ones you post but I'm a dork and usually scarf down supper so fast I forget to take pix!
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Selkie inspired me to do philly cheesesteaks. I'm now making my grocery list and I'm going shopping! I'm going to try to remember to take pix. I love seeing the ones you post but I'm a dork and usually scarf down supper so fast I forget to take pix!
thank you alix. my famliy stand around with their hands on their hips complaining but I cook they can wait!! LOL
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