Dinner 3-24-2022 ~ National Cocktail Day

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It looks like no one started a thread for Wednesday's dinners - guess we were all out drinking? :LOL: But today is National Cocktail Day. I'll be sticking with my nightly glass of wine while reading tonight. I've had a taste for a White Russian lately, but we're boycotting all things Russian for the time being...

Anyway, a thread for today, Thursday. I had planned on making Italian sausages in red wine, with broccoli rabe as the side veggie. However, today is chilly and rainy, so I'll be flipping those ingredients into a pot of soup. I'm trying Rachael Ray's "Sausage, Beans and Broccoli Rabe soup" version today, but only half the recipe.

What are your plans for supper tonight?
 

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We're planning on having some of the sort-of-Solyanka I made on Tuesday. Looking forward to it.

I just tried to check if it was actually Tuesday that I made it and I can't find Tuesday's supper thread. I remember starting that thread. I remember noticing that someone changed the date format that I used in the title of that thread.
 

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I feel somewhat sandwiched in between yesterday's snow and rain and tomorrow's snow and rain. Plus it's chilly today. I made cream of potato soup (yum) and grilled ham and white cheddar sandwiches with dijon mustard. Red grapes for dessert,
 

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...I'm trying Rachael Ray's "Sausage, Beans and Broccoli Rabe soup" version today, but only half the recipe...
Himself liked it, in spite of all the rabe I put into it - far more than the four cups called for in a full recipe! In fact, he said that he thought he would like it even better if it had less sausage and more beans. Works for me - it's cheaper that way! I actually included the veggie amounts that were called for in a full recipe. Basically I cut the meat, beans, and broth in half. Tasty little soup. :yum:

I will be making this one again.

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Rice and peas/red pepper/onions/green onions with kim chi.
Carrot bread
 
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