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Old 07-15-2022, 04:50 PM   #1
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Friday's Dinner - 7/15

Fishy Friday ;
Breaded Scallops, Horseradish Sauce,
White Rice, Steamed Green Beans,
Cole Slaw...


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Old 07-15-2022, 05:32 PM   #2
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We're going with fish today too! Halibut baked with carrots and cream, roasted potatoes (fingerling and other bits of small potatoes...using up extras!), likely a salad too.

LT, those scallops look delicious! One of my favorites! Hmmmm...may have to do some skewers soon!
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Old 07-15-2022, 06:20 PM   #3
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Greek lemon spinach lentil soup with vegetable brown basmati rice. We made raspberry (from the new raspberry bushes) puree/jam today, and we'll have some on toast tonight.
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I had to run up to Costco for a quick fix on my hearing aid so took the opportunity to pick up a few things, including a rotchik.

As a result, dinner was rotchik, stuffing and green beans.



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We hadn't had smoked salmon for a while, but it was on special and in the grocery order that was delivered today. So, we took care of that smoked salmon deficit.

We had the smoked salmon on toasted bagels, spread with cream cheese, and garnished with capers and sliced onions. I served store bought potato salad and coleslaw. Not nearly as good as the ones I make, but I have been low on energy lately, so taking some shortcuts.


This first picture is my plate. The bagel half on the left is what I do before I put the salmon on top. DH does it too. We do that so the capers and onion slices are firmly embedded in the cream cheese and don't try to escape while we are eating. We eat our smoked salmon open faced.

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And this is DH's plate, with all of the onion and capers (oops, forgot he didn't have capers tonight, too fiddly for him today) hiding under the salmon.

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Old 07-15-2022, 07:39 PM   #6
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We should be able to finish up the leftovers tonight. Two slices of pizza and two small pieces of Mexican chicken. If we're still hungry, there are plenty of other things to nibble on. No one will ever starve at our house! LOL!
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Glazed chicken, jasmine rice, and green beans.

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to pick up a few things, including a rotchik.

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Took me a few to figure out 'rotchik'. Got it though! Then thought to myself, "myself? I wonder if Dr. Google knows what 'rotchik' is?"

Seems that you picked up some Rothschild for supper! ohh la la, don't you have fancy, elite tastes!
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ZDIL made kabobs on the Traeger with meatballs, fresh mushroom chunks. Varied cherry tomayoes of red, yellow, and orange, and fresh pineapple chunks. To go with it, a simle green salad with sliced cucumbers. The kabobs were very good, though I can think of better protiens than meatballs. Oh, and there was a fairly sweet tomato sauce that could be put on the meatballs.

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ZDIL made kabobs on the Traeger with meatballs, fresh mushroom chunks. Varied cherry tomayoes of red, yellow, and orange, and fresh pineapple chunks. To go with it, a simle green salad with sliced cucumbers. The kabobs were very good, though I can think of better protiens than meatballs. Oh, and there was a fairly sweet tomato sauce that could be put on the meatballs.

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Try Turkish kebabs next time. You can make these as meatballs or patties, or wrap them around skewers. I love these flavors.
https://www.panningtheglobe.com/gril...-kofta-kebabs/
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No energy last night, so we ordered pizza. I also had a salad while DH was out golfing.
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Took me a few to figure out 'rotchik'. Got it though! Then thought to myself, "myself? I wonder if Dr. Google knows what 'rotchik' is?"

Seems that you picked up some Rothschild for supper! ohh la la, don't you have fancy, elite tastes!

The The "Rothschild" was especially tasty last night.
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