What did you eat Saturday, March 16, 2024?

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Linguine and Broccoli Aglio e Olio (Garlic and Olive Oil) topped with fresh grated Parmigiano Reggiano & pecorino romano cheeses.

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We had lentil and veggies soup from a can. I gave it a squirt of lemon juice and it was really good. Thanks for the tip @Kathleen. Since it wasn't a lot of soup, we had egg salad sandwiches with that. The egg salad was a new-to-me recipe for a Polish style of egg salad made with cream cheese (except, I used homemade quark).
 
I didn't feel like doing much in the kitchen, after all that work outside (though I already had that bread started, and that didn't take that much to finish), so I got some leftover sambar from the freezer, about 1½ years old! It had some chicken in it, along with some eggplant and quinoa added to it. I still had one of those rotis I made with the sorghum flour, and some of that pickled pineapple I made a while ago, which were good side dishes.
 
I ordered a mushroom pizza and cinnamon twists from Domino's :whistling

My son was out with his friends for the evening and I didn't feel like cooking anything. I have enough cooking to do tomorrow for Sunday dinner, so tonight I took the easy way out.
 
I mixed up a batch of tuna salad for a big sandwich. Tuna, diced sweet onion, black pepper... and tuna salad is the ONE and only thing I make with Miracle Whip. I used a burger bun and some sliced dill pickles to make the sandwich. Some potato chips would have been nice, but I'm still a bit nervous about them causing a problem where I had the tooth removed last week. I see the dentist on Monday, and if he says it's okay, I'll start adding some crunchier foods back to my diet.

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We had lentil and veggies soup from a can. I gave it a squirt of lemon juice and it was really good. Thanks for the tip @Kathleen. Since it wasn't a lot of soup, we had egg salad sandwiches with that. The egg salad was a new-to-me recipe for a Polish style of egg salad made with cream cheese (except, I used homemade quark).
Would you mind posting your recipe for that? One of our exchange students asked me about that (in 1993! 😁) and I'm still not clear on exactly what it is. He wanted to make a cake with it.
 
Would you mind posting your recipe for that? One of our exchange students asked me about that (in 1993! 😁) and I'm still not clear on exactly what it is. He wanted to make a cake with it.
It's sort of like yogourt cheese, but with a different lactobacillus, a mesophillic one, rather than the thermophillic lactobacillus used for yogourt. I find it easier to make.

Here you go:
 
It's sort of like yogourt cheese, but with a different lactobacillus, a mesophillic one, rather than the thermophillic lactobacillus used for yogourt. I find it easier to make.

Here you go:
Thank you.
 
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