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Old 03-13-2006, 02:21 PM   #1
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What are we having for dinner Mon, 3/13?

I just finished putting on soup of my Grandad's soup to cook. It's simple and is good when you're sick. Grated carrots, rutabega & leek with parsely, yellow split peas and red lentils in a beef broth. I usually make it on the stove and let it simmer for a couple hours until it let thick but today I thought I'd try it in the slow cooker and see what happens. I hope it turns out well. Think I might get around to making that blackberry peach cobbler that I've been trying to make for the last 4 days.

What's cookin' at your house?

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Old 03-13-2006, 02:27 PM   #2
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We are going to temple with my parents tonight to celebrate Purim so mom is making dinner. I think she is making her chicken pot pie soup.
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Meatloaf, mashed potatoes, green beans, and biscuits
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Old 03-13-2006, 02:52 PM   #4
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Think we're having a roast, since it was defrosting in the fridge when I got up this morning. If it isn't in the crockpot when I get home, then I have no idea. Hot Dogs, maybe.

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Pot roast in the crock pot, buttered egg noodles and green beans and apple sauce. Just got done making coconut macaroons for dessert.
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Old 03-13-2006, 03:23 PM   #6
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Turkey cutlets with a black bean sauce and corn cake.

GB, is Rachel dressing up in a costume?
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Meatloaf, mashed potatoes, green beans, and biscuits
I'm having meatloaf too! With mashed potatoes and an arugula salad. Its a meatloaf kind of day here (rainy).
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GB, is Rachel dressing up in a costume?
I don't think so. Grandma was babysitting her today and was planning on taking her shopping for a costume, but she took an extra long nap today so I don't think they made it out. She has her noisemaker though and she knows how to use it
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Old 03-13-2006, 03:43 PM   #9
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Chorizo, egg and potatoe burritos.
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Old 03-13-2006, 04:11 PM   #10
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Chicken fried steak, green beans and corn.....
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Old 03-13-2006, 04:36 PM   #11
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grilled strip steaks, salad, and either baked taters or corn. Andy M's apple squares for dessert.
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Makin' a Chicken Philly w/ Roasted Red Pepper Mayo, and some salad.
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Tagliatelle spezzatino..

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Grilled salmon steak w/ coconut saffron sauce, assorted steamed veggies, and herbed wild rice. YUMMMMMMMMM.
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home made salisbury steak,stewed squash,rice and gravy, and bread...
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Old 03-13-2006, 05:48 PM   #16
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Monday's menu:

Fonduuuuuuuue

-Danish fondue for the cheese course (havarti and samso cheese, onions, bacon, beer)--served with sweet and sour gherkins, rye bread, the usual array of veggies

-Fondue Bourguignonne for the main course served with tenderloin (beef and pork), andouille sausage and city chicken, sided with horseradish, garlic, curry and mustard sauces

-And I'm still not decided on the dessert course yet. It's either going to be white chocolate with amaretto (which would let me play with fire--flambee), or else a combination of milk and dark chocolates--either served with the usual array of fruits and pound cake.
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Old 03-13-2006, 05:55 PM   #17
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Roast Chicken w/lemon, garlic and thyme, and a pan of veggies (carrots, leeks and new potatoes) for dessert, strawberries and bananas w/a very small amount of cream!d The whole house smells like garlic!! yuuummy!
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um.....kraft dinner with weiners and maybe some beans......and um......maybe just maybe cheesecake later.....

oh shush....its a lazymans night.
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PeppA's mom is making scalloped potatoes with ham.
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Monday's menu:

Fonduuuuuuuue

-Danish fondue for the cheese course (havarti and samso cheese, onions, bacon, beer)--served with sweet and sour gherkins, rye bread, the usual array of veggies

-Fondue Bourguignonne for the main course served with tenderloin (beef and pork), andouille sausage and city chicken, sided with horseradish, garlic, curry and mustard sauces

-And I'm still not decided on the dessert course yet. It's either going to be white chocolate with amaretto (which would let me play with fire--flambee), or else a combination of milk and dark chocolates--either served with the usual array of fruits and pound cake.
Okay... forget what I am making. I want what you are having! Yum!
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