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    Quote Originally Posted by cabmonk View Post
    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.
    There's a cafe here that sells meatloaf sandwiches, kind of the same idea! How do you like that fryer thing? I've seen ads for them, even on Teambuy I think.
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    Barbequed steak, baked potatoes with sour cream & veggies.





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    Beef stroganoff with ground beef it's dh's fave

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    Pumpkin Chili. I have pumpkin in my freezer from our garden this summer. This is so yummy and the kids ask for seconds! http://goodcheapeats.com/2010/12/pum...on-your-plate/
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    Shrimp, chicken and corn in a red sauce (tomatoe, garlic, onion.. us greeks make everything in there lol !! ) over basmati rice. It was pretty improvised but oh man was it delicious !

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    Tossed a roast, potatoes, carrots and turnip in the slow cooker. Had a yummy dinner and leftovers for a couple lunches. Love easy dinners.
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    Think I forgot to eat today, had cereal early.
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    Tomorrow will be beef stew in the slow cooker on low. First time trying this. Here's hoping it is something as tasty as we had on Remembrance Day at our local legion. LO really liked it. Already cut up and browned the beef.
    Ingredients: beef chunks, red onion chunks, carrot chunks, peeled potato chunks, gravy mix, dumplings added towards the end.
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    Tonight I used the oven! (First time in two weeks there are no boxes on and around it!)
    We had roasted potato wedges with Italian spices and garlic; spanikopita (M&M Meats - nice find in the freezer!); sauteed teriyaki sirloins (M&M) - first time done in a grill pan, they turned out great - and creamed corn.
    Son was over, and took home enough for another meal for him. Well, except the spanikopita - they disappeared rather quickly!

    Tomorrow's supper will be leftover chili, and I'll make some pasta to go with it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zonny View Post
    There's a cafe here that sells meatloaf sandwiches, kind of the same idea! How do you like that fryer thing? I've seen ads for them, even on Teambuy I think.
    Been ok for me so far but it is big. The size doesn't bother me and it has been easy to clean. Some people complain fries or other "fried" foods come out soggy. Everything I have made like fries and fried chicken have come out crispy and good. Some people have said it stopped working on them but you get defects in almost any product these days. 70% positive reviews though overall. I got it at walmart for $78.
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    Today I pulled out pork chops, so shake n bake pork chops, scalloped potatoes in the crock pot, steamed baby carrots and canned peaches and cream corn.
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    doing a simple cod bake (fillets from NFLD!) cooked in a little milk..then layer flaked fish ,potato, onion, cheese, repeat and then add a bit more milk to the leftovers left in the pan from cooking the fish, pour it over everything, dot with butter and then bake for about an hour (or until the potatoes are done)



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