Dinner plans for Tuesday, February 19th?

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jkath

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Must be italian night!

I'm making Bison lasagna, green salad, tomato/mozz/basil salad, roasted garlic bread, & I made white chocolate chip macadamia cookies for the kids.
 

amber

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I'm a little late posting, but we had a spicy dry rubbed pork tenderloin, along with a veggie rice, twas yummy!
 

Fisher's Mom

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We ended up having pizza because my favorite son came to take me to the dentist tomorrow.

(I tell every one of them they are my favorite, but this is a secret - shhhhhhh.)
 

nesta67

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I ended up making veggie soup. DH likes V8, but I bought the low-sodium version and he decided that he hated it. SO.....I browned some onions and garlic, threw in the V8, a bag of mixed vegetables, some whole wheat elbows and seasonings - - - VOILA! ...a yummy veggie soup. I also made grilled american/mozzarella cheese sandwiches on the bread I made yesterday. .....hmmmmm maybe I should go back for seconds.:LOL:
 

jet

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Yummmmmm!:)

I do not normally include Brie in my "Alfredo" but I had 1/2 a wheel left and the expiration date was fast approaching. It was good, although I would not buy the Brie just for this purpose.
 

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I do not normally include Brie in my "Alfredo" but I had 1/2 a wheel left and the expiration date was fast approaching. It was good, although I would not buy the Brie just for this purpose.

With my catering I often have pieces of different cheeses that I don't normally buy left over and I love to experiment with them either for our meals or for another job. This is something I haven't thought of, but might try next time I have to make my cranberry brie wontons (which were another very successful "leftover" experiment) or something like that.
 

GadgetGeek

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Click on this Flat Leaf Parsley Salad (thanks Tami)


Good robust spaghetti sauce on fettucine last night.. Lots-O-Veggies in this version.

I didn't take pics of the spaghetti, but I did take some of Tami's (runningwithtweezers blog) Flat Leaf Parsley Salad recipe.

The salad turned out very good
The changes--- I used some basil, I shaved the Parmigiano Reggiano rather then grating it, and I used Walnut oil and not olive oil.

parsleysald55.jpg
 
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jet

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With my catering I often have pieces of different cheeses that I don't normally buy left over and I love to experiment with them either for our meals or for another job. This is something I haven't thought of, but might try next time I have to make my cranberry brie wontons (which were another very successful "leftover" experiment) or something like that.

I never make a true Alfredo (hence the double quotes in my original post). My sauce is just white wine, Parmesan and whatever cheese I find in the refrigerator. I have some Gruyere now that may make it into the pot next time.
 

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I ended up getting hungry around 9, so fixed a thick grilled cheese sandwich and can of Cambell's Select clam chowder. I had forgotten what it's like to be eating in only five minutes.
 
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