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    Supper tonight was scrambled eggs with onion and fresh bakery bread. I had a bit of salad as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by snuffaluffagus View Post
    Who made chicken florentine earlier this week (I can't find the post)? I bookmarked the link provided and made it tonight. I added steamed cauliflower and carrots...it was out of this world!
    I think that was me, was it from Skinny Ms? I found it dry, will add more broth and/or cottage cheese puree next time. Glad you liked it!
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    i buy whatever is on sale and make a meal out of it

    so it will be trout and ground beef

    bought green onions and mushrooms on sale

    made spaghetti sauce
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    Making a double recipe of slowcooker chili today.

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    It's suppose to be a nice afternoon/evening (I hope) so BBQ this evening for sure..prime rib steak..and something with lots of black olives, so prob a greek salad.



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    butter chicken and the usual accompaniments

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    Im making spaghetti with homemade sauce
    dh is planning on making a roast in his pressure cooker??

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    I have nothing planned for dinner tonight,
    I sure would be happy if I received a friendly invite,
    Maybe roast chicken or maybe macaroni & cheese,
    Leftover chili been in the fridge for days,
    Fried Rice & peppers with a few strips of beef,
    My kitchen needs a cook as I need some relief.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Zonny View Post
    New recipe! Chicken florentine. It's in the oven now, I think it's going to be good!

    http://skinnyms.com/chicken-florentine-casserole/
    I still have leftover cottage cheese and a half package of frozen spinach, so I'm going to make another batch of this today for the freezer (adding more chicken broth and cottage cheese to it to make it moister).

    For tonight's supper, sloppy joes with this recipe with ground turkey: http://allrecipes.com/Recipe/Neat-Sloppy-Joes/

    I bought sirloin roast at Costco this morning, going to make one tomorrow that will feed us for a couple of days. DS does not like roast beef (can't believe I have a kid who doesn't like roast or steak), so he will have some sloppy joe leftovers. We will also make roast beef sandwiches with sauteed onions, mushrooms and cheese on those tasty triangle ciabatta buns from Costco for lunches.

    I sometimes buy whole sirloin tip roasts at Costco and cut them into reasonable sizes for us (they're $35+ or so, but huge). Today they had packs of two smaller pieces that were a bit more per kg, but I thought that the smaller size made them worth it, I won't have to cut them.
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    a couple pieces of Havarti cheese
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    We just finished snacking on Mann's Sugar Snap Peas (on sale at Sobeys).

    For supper we are having perogies - first time from a special company in Regina that makes them. We are having it with Schneiders kaubasa sp?, boiled veggies, fried onion, and sour cream with a glass of milk. LO is going to enjoy this meal.
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    Angela, let us know what brand they are and how they were! Sounds like a yummy meal!
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    Quote Originally Posted by harbie View Post
    butter chicken and the usual accompaniments
    Sounds good. I made butter chicken a couple times here for myself. Too bad though that the indian restaurant closed. Their buffet was $9.99 and I thought really good. Timmins is hard to make places like that last sometimes because people around here don't know what they're missing.
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    Used my big boss oil less fryer to make meatloaf last night. Turned out nice and as my friend said I ate it like a burger lol. I put a cpl slices on an onion bun with lettuce, ketchup and thousand island dressing. I have a whole bunch left to eat tonight and I'll add carrots on the side.
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    Barbequed steak, baked potatoes with sour cream & veggies.
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