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Old 10-26-2021, 04:53 PM   #1
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What's Cookin' Tuesday 10/26 ??

Baked Chilean Sea Bass, Peppered Rice, Peas 'n Carrots...


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Old 10-26-2021, 06:37 PM   #2
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Well, we three braved the bad karma in the air
and went to out to have Linner (late lunch/early dinner)
at a new-to-us Italian joint. It's just one town up, so
not so far to go.

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Garlic Knots and Salad for the table

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My Cheese Ravs Alfredo with an up-sell of Shrimps added

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Mom's Chicken Parm, bigger than my head and there's at least a half a pound of Angel Hair Pasta under it!
The gal puts that platter down in front of Mom and says, you'll be eating this for three days

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DH's Cheese only Pizza Pie

At first DH said that we really didn't need the Salad and Garlic knots, but neither of Mom nor my entrees came with bread or salad, so... He wound up eating most of it, and some of Mom's Chicken too
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Old 10-26-2021, 07:28 PM   #3
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Had a bunch of stuff to do today, so I said we should order out from somewhere that will send food that doesn't need to go onto our own plates and won't leave a bunch of leftovers. I really don't need more dishes to wash and the fridge is already stuffed. So, we ordered burrito bowls. They were quite tasty. They seem to taste better when we don't have them too often.
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Old 10-26-2021, 08:12 PM   #4
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I'm making an "Impossibly Easy Taco Pie"...one of the Bisquick "pies". We'll have guac, salsa and sour cream...plus tortilla chips. Probably some fresh blue berries and melon too.

Pictures, if I get a chance! LOL.
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Old 10-26-2021, 08:30 PM   #5
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Sooooo very uninspired today. It was supposed to be ham and beans and collard greens, but I didn't want the greens - and the beans from Sunday's soup are still talking to me... I diced potatoes and onions, cooked until done, tossed in diced ham, and added a couple of scrambled eggs to sorta bind it together. Himself was in heaven!

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Old 10-26-2021, 08:32 PM   #6
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I'm making an "Impossibly Easy Taco Pie"...one of the Bisquick "pies". We'll have guac, salsa and sour cream...plus tortilla chips. Probably some fresh blue berries and melon too.

Pictures, if I get a chance! LOL.
Love that, I make it not so often, as DH does not care for that sort of dish, but I'll make it up into 2 pies, one for me and one to share.

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Old 10-26-2021, 08:46 PM   #7
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Love that, I make it not so often, as DH does not care for that sort of dish, but I'll make it up into 2 pies, one for me and one to share.
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LOL...Mikey thinks it is something fancy!
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Old 10-26-2021, 08:47 PM   #8
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Sooooo very uninspired today. It was supposed to be ham and beans and collard greens, but I didn't want the greens - and the beans from Sunday's soup are still talking to me... I diced potatoes and onions, cooked until done, tossed in diced ham, and added a couple of scrambled eggs to sorta bind it together. Himself was in heaven!

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Sounds like American-ized Chilaquiles! Yum!
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Um, not really like Chilaquiles at all, Ginny. No tomatoes, no "brothy sauce", no tortilla chips. I've wanted to make Chilaquiles but haven't tried it yet. Mostly because they're fun to say. But it is quick and easy, like a skillet of Chilaquiles, so there's that.

When I was a kid, my Mom always made me a certain breakfast on "Little Easter", the Monday right after Easter. She'd fry up some bacon pieces, take them from the pan, fry up a wee bit of onions and then toss in tiny Kluski kładzione (Polish drop dumplings) and ham. When those got warm she'd add scrambled eggs and the reserved bacon and cook until the eggs were set. I could eat an entire pan of that stuff! This is as close as I can make it on the fly.
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Old 10-27-2021, 09:50 AM   #10
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Dinner last night was Meatloaf, gravy, garlic and parsley potatoes and steamed asparagus.


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i'm making an "impossibly easy taco pie"...one of the bisquick "pies". We'll have guac, salsa and sour cream...plus tortilla chips. Probably some fresh blue berries and melon too.

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Taco Tuesday again! I defrosted a pint of homemade enchilada sauce and a pint of spiced-up refried beans, poached two chicken breasts in salted water with a couple of bay leaves, and simmered the shredded chicken in the sauce for a while. Served it up with toasted tortillas and a few toppings. Click image for larger version

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