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    Pork chops and mashed potatoes! I'm excited!

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    Homemade turkey soup.

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    Tonight's dinner consists of loaded hasselback taters, sambal chicken thighs and some salad I managed to wrestle away from my pup lol


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    Deer meat strips( marinated in jerky seasoning for 4 days) simmered in a brown gravy with onions, mushrooms and peas. Served over garlic whipped potatoes and garlic toast as a side.
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    Baked salmon with garlic brocoli basmati rice for DF
    Baked salmon and onion potatoes for me
    sausage and garlic brocoli basmati rice for DD

    Yay dinners in our house ..

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    Tonight I made shipwreck casserole with ground pork, coleslaw, and garlic toast.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SnowFlakey View Post
    What is montreal spice???????? never heard of it
    it's a steak spice. club house makes it. there are also no name versions and you can even get it at the bulk store. montreal chicken is also available
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    last night was soft tacos and nachos.
    tonight is slow cooker stew and i'll make my mothers peasant bread (very easy to make if you can get thru all the blabbing on the page). & i think i'll make ham and potato casserole (adding spinach that needs used) for tomorrows dinner today since i'm home (friday's are usually a gallyvant-around-and-go-shopping day for me, so this makes life easier when i get home tomorrow)
    here are the links for the recipes in case anyone is interested:

    http://www.alexandracooks.com/2012/1...ill-ever-make/

    http://www.food.com/recipe/ham-and-p...asserole-20429

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    Quote Originally Posted by Natalka View Post
    Tonight I made shipwreck casserole with ground pork, coleslaw, and garlic toast.
    ha! love the name of that casserole! do you mind sharing the recipe, pls?
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    Last night was shredded Beef in Gravy over Garlic Smashed potatoes. WOW I seem to make this a lot lately but it is such an easy dinner for one and it is warm and comforting. Plus I was going to make pasta and some how this just seemed easier since I wanted to use pasta sheets to make roll up and they were all frozen.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chickypoodles View Post
    it's a steak spice. club house makes it. there are also no name versions and you can even get it at the bulk store. montreal chicken is also available
    Oh ok. I use Montrťal steak spice all the time but never used it on pork chops.
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    Yesterday we had beef stew with red and sweet potatoes, carrots, celery, and rutabega. I have a whole chicken in the fridge waiting for me to do something with it. I'm thinking of boiling it up for salads and using some of the meat for a chicken, vegetable, barley soup tonight.
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    I'm going to make a huge slowcooker full of chili. Easy peasy and hearty

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    Shipwreck Casserole
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    2 large onions, sliced thin
    3-4 medium potatoes, sliced thin
    1 pound ground beef - raw
    1/2 cup long grain rice - raw
    1 cup celery, chopped (or frozen mixed veggies)
    salt and pepper

    1 can condensed cream of tomato soup
    1 can measure of hot water
    Whisk these two together in a separate bowl.
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    Use a 2 L/qt. casserole dish or roaster.

    Put onions on bottom, salt and pepper. Next the potatoes, then salt and pepper.
    Pat the ground beef overtop, fit to cover potatoes, don't push down too hard on it. Sprinkle with salt and pepper (I add garlic powder, too).
    Sprinkle on the rice, then the celery (or veggies).

    Pour the soup and water mixture on overtop - you can poke meat with a knife so most goes through.

    Bake covered at 350 degrees for two hours. (it seems like it should be done in an hour, but just isn't...)
    (Can skim off grease around edges with spoon if you use regular ground beef)

    I use ground pork too, and we find we like it better than the beef.

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    pizza and wings (for dh)






    When life hands you lemons, make a lemon pie... lemonade will be all like WTH?!?

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