Sunday's Dinner - 9/25

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msmofet

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Brown cow coffee yogurt for breakfast.
I had half a small Jersey Mike’s original Italian sub for lunch.
I’m having a triple cream Brie and blue cheese sandwich on ciabatta bread (all Trader Joe’s brands) for dinner.
 

taxlady

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near Montreal, Quebec
I had supper planned and actually started. But, things were going wrong (the whipping cream was off and so was the bacon) and I had the stupid, which made it worse. I gave up and we ordered Chinese food.
 

Cooking Goddess

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Body in MA ~ Heart in OH
When grocery shopping on Friday, I figured I would check out the value packages of end pork chops Price Chopper had on sale for $1.49 a pound. Sometimes they have pretty decent ones. When I got to the meat department, the section where pork is displayed was being repaired. I asked the one meat clerk I saw, who was already cleaning up the cutting area, if they had any in the back. He brought out one package of beautiful center cut chops at $2.49/pound. I pointed out the price and cut difference to him, and he told me to wait a minute. I thought he was going back to get a package of the cheaper chops. Nope, he re-priced the package he showed me and told me to enjoy!

That's the long way of saying we had breaded pork chops, roasted Brussels sprouts, and baked potatoes for supper.

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Ksm

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On a boat
We had boneless pork loin roast slathered with garlic salt and herbes de provence and cooked until just above rare. Our side was a casserole of John Cope's corn, along with cherry cobbler with whipped cream. Yum.

If you are unfamiliar with the corn dish, here's a link to the product: https://www.hanoverfoods.com/product/john-copes-dried-sweet-corn/
OMG! John cope’s corn! I have not had that since I was a kid. Thanks for the memory. Now I must go on a search to find it!
 

Marlingardener

Senior Cook
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Apr 24, 2022
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unincorporated area
We had rice pilaf, made with brown rice thanks to the good advice of cooks here, and grilled chicken breasts.
The recipe for pilaf makes a lot, even though I cut the recipe in half. We'll be having it again and yet again this week!
 

Andy M.

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Massachusetts
I cooked a near eastern flavored meatloaf, baked potatoes and steamed broccoli.
 

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blissful

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Diced boiled potatoes and vegan turkey (homemade), with mushroom gravy. Yum. Apple for dessert.
 

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