What's for Dinner, Tuesday March 30th?

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LPBeier

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Wow, a hat trick! My third morning in a row starting this thread.

Yesterday I started with 5 pounds of ground sirloin and turned it into salisbury steaks (which we ate last night), two meat loaves and some mini meat loaves which I cooked up and froze for DH's lunches.

Tonight it will be one of the meatloaves (other is frozen) with corn on the cob, baby potatoes and a green salad.

What are you having for dinner?
 

Andy M.

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I guess you're the only one who is planning ahead these days.

We are having a pan seared ham steak and a baby spinach and mushroom salad with bacon.

When I bought the spinach I was looking for a bag of baby spinach. I saw one and tossed it into the cart. When the cashier rang it up, it appeared on the register display as "teenaged' spinach. Not sure if this is a new category or someone's sense of humor.
 

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Asian marinated grilled salmon steaks on a bed of noodles and veggies;
Thai seasoned asparagus and egg rolls.
Scored a good Thai/SE Asia cookbook cheap at the used book store.
(The egg rolls will be custom made for me by PF Chang or someone, LOL)
 

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When I bought the spinach I was looking for a bag of baby spinach. I saw one and tossed it into the cart. When the cashier rang it up, it appeared on the register display as "teenaged' spinach. Not sure if this is a new category or someone's sense of humor.

Well, if it refuses to go into the bowl and doesn't toss properly, you will know it is a new category! :ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO:
 

kadesma

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Dinner is baked ham, scalloped potatoes, green beans and bacon, rolls fruit salad. Have things that need doing for Easter so no dessert tonight.
kadesma
 

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I think I'm making breakfast for dinner. I wanted to make BLT's, but I don't think I have anything to go with them, and I don't feel like going out.
 

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Dinner is baked ham, scalloped potatoes, ... rolls

Mmmmmm sounds like what I am planning for Easter dinner. :chef:

Had things to get done in preparation for family vist for Easter so dinner was left over baked chicken pieces, mac n cheese, and salad. May have some ice cream before bed if I'm not too tired.
 
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beef with green chile sauce in the slow cooker. And maybe some black beans and rice. But I may skip the rice and just have beans for lower carbs. And some leftover veggies. Or maybe roasted carrots.
 

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Indian style chickpeas in tomato/yogurt sauce with ginger, garlic, onions, curry powder, garam masala, etc., over brown rice.
 
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