Dinner Friday 13th

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Alix

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Might be clean out the fridge night here. We have lots of odds and ends cluttering things up. Might do a big frittata with all the bits tossed in! LOL
 

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We're having deviled steak strips, mashed potatoes and Italian green beans. I've already done all the prep work for the steak and potatoes because, every Friday, we talk to Buck's 92-year-old mother. I especially like to have everything in place on Fridays since we usually are on the phone for over an hour. I always practice mise en place, but I make doubly sure I do it on Friday.
 

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I just went downstairs to go to freezer to decide what to make for dinner, and forgot to check it.
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I`m doing a Stewp (no, not a Typo, it`s a cross between a stew and a soup)
also Like Alix, I raided the freezer and found 2 french sticks that I`ll plaster with garlic butter and permesan slivers and parsley, wrap in a foil and bake.

we`ve certainly got the Autumn weather for it :)
 
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Paul's hunting with David this weekend so no dinner tonight, Saturday or Sunday.
 

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had a pretty heavy eating week, so a lot of veggies tonite. Has anyone ever poached cauliflower in marinara sauce? What do you suppose that would taste like?

and I have some dandelion greens, and carrots and a couple of peppers.
 

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btw, June...we enjoyed your Scallops Tommy so much that we're having it again tonight.
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great cookbook!
 

licia

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I don't know how cauliflower in marinara sauce would taste, but it would probably be a bit healthier, at least lower in carbs.
 

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I have really been odd tonight. I had salmon and pak choi in the fridge for supper, but I wasn't hungry so decided to catch an early night without supper. Then remembered I had not had lunch either so got hungry thinking about the deprivastion, lol.

So I just had bacon and eggs like english breakfast but broke another egg, and having rescued it in a bowl whipped up American pancakes. I am strict about my breaskfasts usually...whther for breakfast or supper....English (full or otherwise) is with a cup of tea, or "American"..which for me is only ever bacon and pancakes, is with coffee. So I feel even more screwed up now than when I went to bed without supper. PMSL
 

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dw got the top knot dyed and hacked, so i stayed home and fed the boy in a trough.
j/k, i made veal and peppers, and picked up a broccoli salad and a side o' pisketti, all of which he devoured.

by the time dw got home, i had to go to work, so i'm off to pick up a lamb and pork souvlaki, extra tsatsiki, with greek bean salad and fries.
 

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My girlfriend and I decided to go to an Mexican restaurant for dinner and it was absolutely great.

I hope everyone's weekend is great.
 

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