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    Last night was Swiss Chalet's Family Meal.

    Went out to the Bay's one day luggage sale so we just picked something up on the way home. down side to living in the boonies if you need to run and pick something up to is a 30 to 45 minutes drive each way. So cooking is not always an option.
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    Finally made it to NFLD!! It was a great road trip!! lots of delays but expected for this time of year. Ate lots of junk on the road...lol..the best thing I had was clam chowder in New Brunswick. Dinner tonight will prob be at my Nans, most likely a jiggs dinner, looking forward to it.
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    We are going out to the Royal Canadian Legion for their annual Christmas dinner. the dinner starts off with crudities on all the tables, hors d`oeurves, soup (usually creamed soup), some sort of fancy salad, turkey, mashed potatoes, gravy, vegies, stuffing, tortiere, and Cranberry sauce. Followed by a nice dessert and tea or coffee. Christmas caroll singing and then dancing and lots of door prizes. This is the first of many such Christmas dinners. tomorrow we have another one, but this is lunch at the local Seniors Center.

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    I plan on sending DH outside in the cold to barbeque hamburgers...hoping it doesn't snow.





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    I'm at work but ordered some food from pizza pizza to pick up on the way home. I set a pick up time of 11.30pm which should give me enough time to walk there. It usually takes me 20mins to walk home. I added their triple chocolate brownie cheesecake for $4.99. Hope it tastes as good as it sounds lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SnowFlakey View Post
    We are going out to the Royal Canadian Legion for their annual Christmas dinner. the dinner starts off with crudities on all the tables, hors d`oeurves, soup (usually creamed soup), some sort of fancy salad, turkey, mashed potatoes, gravy, vegies, stuffing, tortiere, and Cranberry sauce. Followed by a nice dessert and tea or coffee. Christmas caroll singing and then dancing and lots of door prizes. This is the first of many such Christmas dinners. tomorrow we have another one, but this is lunch at the local Seniors Center.
    Sounds good
    At work we had a vote and everyone decided to take all the money that would have gone to a Christmas dinner and put it towards gift cards. I think they are leaning towards giving everyone a gift certificate to the mall here. Some people said timmies, no sorry I don't want timmies thanks lol. At the mall can use it towards sears, no frills, urban planet,etc.

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    I put a ginormous beef roast in the slow cooker, hopefully there will be a few around to eat it later..make some gravy, mashed potatoes , carrots, corn, stuffing and whatever else I can come up with...



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    Tonight for supper will be anything you can find in the fridge! Turkey for lunch today at the Seniors Center! Last night was Turkey at the Legion, super good!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Didnt win any of the door prizes though.
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    I'm making a beef roast for dinner tonight, we are putting up our tree and watching Christmas movies.
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    bbq'ing in the freezing rain! some mild Tuscan sausages, mashed potatoes gravy, Caesar salad, veggies and dip for those who decide they don't want salad. home made peanut butter cookies for later.
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    I am so freaking pooped from a chaotic weekend...

    Dinner tonight is lazy man dinner.
    Hamburger helper with yves ground round, daiya dairy free cheese on top. Steamed veggies on the side.


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    Last night was Chicken in Mushroom Soup over rice

    Tonight is Roast Beef, Mashed Potatoes, Gravy and Acorn Squash.
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    Tonight is BBQ steak and veggies quick before the blizzard hits!
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    Too tired to cook today not feeling so great so I threw some breakfast sausages in the oven for 30 minutes, quick eggs with spinach omelette and choice of croissants, bagels or english muffins.. I love having breakfast for dinner and dinner for breakfast sometimes ahha!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Momof3girlies View Post
    Cabbage roll soup

    3/4 pound ground beef
    salt and pepper
    1 T paprika
    1 onion, diced
    2 carrots, cut into half moons
    2 stalks of celery, diced
    4 cloves of garlic, minced
    1 can diced tomatoes (or of tomato sauce, I didn't have any but that's what I wanted to use)
    1 quart chicken or beef broth
    1/2 head of cabbage, core removed and the rest sliced into thin strips
    1/2 c rice


    Salt and pepper the beef, add the paprika, and mush in. Brown the beef in a small amount of olive oil, then remove to a bowl. Cook the onion, carrots, celery and garlic until starting to soften, then add the tomatoes, broth, and cabbage. Add the beef back in, and enough water to cover. Cook 15 minutes, then add the rice. Cook another 15 minutes, stirring occasionally, until the rice is done and the cabbage is cooked to your liking. Add salt and pepper if necessary. Serves 4.
    I made this for dinner tonight. It was out of this world delicious! I wish I had some of the smoked ribs my dad makes to add to it but, even without, we enjoyed it tremendously. Thank you for sharing the recipe .


    Last night, we had lemon herbed salmon with fried sweet potatoes and steamed carrots, broccoli, and cauliflower. I blanched and froze a tonne of organic vegetables when I found them on sale late this summer (used the Earthbound Organic coupons) to make it easy, and cheap, to add to meals overwinter.

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