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    Leftovers night - never had these this often when our son lived with us! Plus, husband is eating less than he used to (not a good thing, he's a thin, lean, muscled man).

    I'll have homemade chicken breast strips, baked potato and salad; husband will have baked crunchy chicken and potato salad. Husband only eats dark, thus the difference.
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    Hmmmmm, well you would think we`ve had enough of turkey, chicken etc, but nooooooooooooooooo. I made a roast chicken last night with stuffing, mashed, green beans, gravy and Cranberry sauce.

    Tonight is leftover chicken, probably club sandwiches.
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    Hot bbq wings with coleslaw and macaroni salad. I had a craving for macaroni salad (the ziggys stuff) so decided to bust out the box of wings I bought on sale a week or so ago and cooked them up for supper last night...Tonight was leftovers which sadly the box was bigger than the contents with 11 wings in the whole box!! No more wing leftovers but I have half a bag of coleslaw and half a container of macaroni salad left.
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    Last night was Baked Potato Soup, this was our new recipe for the week and I LOVED it. I normally do not eat soup but I love potatoes so I decided to try it and it was so good this will definitely become a regular recipe in our house.

    Best Part is, I was able to make the base on the weekend put it in the fridge and than during the week I just needed to heat it up add the last two ingredients and in under 30 minutes we had dinner.
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    hmmmm..hadn't planned it but looks like I will have to cook a turkey today. I had picked one up before Christmas using the Foodland Turkey Bucks and ended up with no room for it in my freezer, so I put it in a tote and stored it in the shed as we were having -20+ temps..but now with the mild temps it started to defrost yesterday so I brought it in last night and have no choice but to cook it today! LOL
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    Quote Originally Posted by SassyAshley View Post
    Last night was Baked Potato Soup, this was our new recipe for the week and I LOVED it. I normally do not eat soup but I love potatoes so I decided to try it and it was so good this will definitely become a regular recipe in our house.

    Best Part is, I was able to make the base on the weekend put it in the fridge and than during the week I just needed to heat it up add the last two ingredients and in under 30 minutes we had dinner.
    I make potato soup in the crockpot, super easy and my family loves it. I just let it cook all day (potatoes, onions, garlic, chicken broth), then mash it up when I get home, add milk, cheddar, cream cheese. Serve with bacon. Nom nom nom!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SassyAshley View Post
    Last night was Baked Potato Soup, this was our new recipe for the week and I LOVED it. I normally do not eat soup but I love potatoes so I decided to try it and it was so good this will definitely become a regular recipe in our house.

    Best Part is, I was able to make the base on the weekend put it in the fridge and than during the week I just needed to heat it up add the last two ingredients and in under 30 minutes we had dinner.
    Recipe Please!
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    I cannot seem to get the website I got it off of to load. I will try again tonight and if it still does work I will post from my printed copy at home.

    Quote Originally Posted by SnowFlakey View Post
    Recipe Please!
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    omelettes with all the fixin's....ham, green onions, mushrooms, shredded cheese. mini sausages and toast as well.
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    A little mix and matchy stuff for us tonight..
    Breaded veal scaloppines with mixed veggies, cheesy garlic bread, pear and brie with either bread or crackers. I'm debating whether to throw in a rice or potatoe in there but I think all that should be good

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    Hot chicken sandwiches with home made fries, peas, small salad, onion rings (yum), and some home made marinaded mushrooms that i made last fall.

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    Here is the link to the Loaded Baked Potato soup I made

    http://crockingirls.com/recipes/load...d-potato-soup/
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    Quote Originally Posted by SnowFlakey View Post
    Recipe Please!
    Here's how I do it, other versions might be different!

    Cut the potatoes, I leave them fairly big pieces since I leave them cooking all day. Put them in the crockpot (peeled or just scrubbed, your choice. I am lazy so I leave on the peels. ) Put in enough potatoes to fill your crockpot more than half full.

    Add some chopped onions and minced garlic. In my big crockpot I do a whole small onion and a couple tablespoons of minced garlic. Pour in enough chicken broth to cover the potatoes. Turn it on low; I leave mine on for 9-10 hours and it's fine.

    By now the potatoes should be soft (don't drain them). Take a potato masher to them to squish them up at least partway. You can make it as smooth as you like with a blender or a hand blender (that's what I use), or just coarsely mash them if that's what floats your boat. I blend them because I like it that way, and to hide the onions for DS. Now stir in about a cup of shredded cheese, 1/2 cup of cream cheese or cooking creme (flavoured if you like, herb and garlic is good!), put the cover on the crockpot let that melt a bit, then thin it out to the consistency you like with milk (warm the milk in the microwave first to speed things up if you want).

    Serve with a bit of bacon on top. Yummy!

    I was planning to have chicken (again) for supper tonight, but I'm tired of chicken! I bought a pile of spaghetti sauce recently at No Frills and had frozen meatballs, so we had spaghetti.

    Quote Originally Posted by SassyAshley View Post
    Here is the link to the Loaded Baked Potato soup I made

    http://crockingirls.com/recipes/load...d-potato-soup/
    Editing to say, that's the recipe mine is based on!
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    DH and I are doing it together later on tonight!! Yup, we have everything we need, but the waiting is the toughest part.
    It is better to soak in water overnight making a softer result and of course will take us less time later on when we turn up the heat!! Then after 6 hours we are done!!!
    Martha Stewart's version of Boston Baked Beans, Mmmmmm can taste them already


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    Chicken fingers, onion rings, and macaroni salad.
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