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Old 01-27-2019, 12:59 PM   #1
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What's the dinner plan? Sun.1/27/19

I'm defrosting thighs for the southern Country Captain Chicken recipe I've been wanting to try.

Never made it or tasted it before but it sounds like a down home Sunday kind of dinner to me.
What's going on at your house today?
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Old 01-27-2019, 01:12 PM   #2
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I have quite a bit of garlic left from last season and it is starting to go so I am going to use up a few heads and make a garlic soup..we'll have that with some grilled ham and cheddar sandwiches..
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Old 01-27-2019, 01:19 PM   #3
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first time I made a Jambalaya. Turned out very delicious!
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The plan is Beef pot roast or stew tonight.
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Old 01-27-2019, 01:43 PM   #5
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first time I made a Jambalaya. Turned out very delicious!

Cara!!! It's good to see you again. I think the last time we talked it was about Spatzle a couple years ago. What's been happening in your world?
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first time I made a Jambalaya. Turned out very delicious!
We're making chicken and andouille jambalaya. I'm making a spicy Creole sauce for mine.
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Not sure yet. Right now Im leaning towards breakfast for dinner. Sausages, hashbrowns, eggs over easy. Im thinking I can do all of this with one hand.
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We're making chicken and andouille jambalaya. I'm making a spicy Creole sauce for mine.
I had chicken, Krakauer (it's not so easy to get Andouille in G) and Prawns. I think it was not the last time I made this.
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Not sure yet. Right now Im leaning towards breakfast for dinner. Sausages, hashbrowns, eggs over easy. Im thinking I can do all of this with one hand.

I gotta hand it to you dude! Pun intended. I'd be whining a bunch about cooking without two hands. Geeze, I'd be in a world of trouble without my right hand especially. Hope it's good as new sooner than expected.
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I gotta hand it to you dude! Pun intended. I'd be whining a bunch about cooking without two hands. Geeze, I'd be in a world of trouble without my right hand especially. Hope it's good as new sooner than expected.
Thanks Kayelle. Sadly, I can't even start real physical therapy for another 4 weeks. I'm just doing some finger stretching exercises. My younger daughter is coming for dinner Tuesday and we're (she's) making empanadas for our dinner. We're going to use some empanada presses I got for Christmas. I'll have some leftovers for easy meals. There are plenty of easy recipes you can make. I made carbonara last night. Pretty easy.
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