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    cold turkey sandwich.... I'm at work till late, and must eat here..... I made homemade chicken soup yesterday, highlight of my weekend

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    Malatya Kofte



    rice and salad

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    Heinz beans. I used the B3G1 free coup. I will cook it with onion and bacon, and spoon it over rice.

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    Pancakes with fruit and whipped cream and a side of bacon.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Turkish_DeLight View Post
    Malatya Kofte



    rice and salad

    mmmmm I have no idea what that is but it looks sooooo good

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    Quote Originally Posted by Turkish_DeLight View Post
    Malatya Kofte



    rice and salad

    that looks so good

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    we had a gourmet meal tonight of p&j sandwiches

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    its ground lamb cracked wheat onions and spices and all then you make them into the shapes showen boil them then deep fry them ugh i am really ticked at the moment so hope this made sence

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    Peppers stuffed with tofu and mushrooms and such, steamed carrots & broccoli, green mashed potatoes..everything with lots of black pepper and coriander leaves…I cant seem to eat anything without them any more.<?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" /><o:p></o:p>
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    Quote Originally Posted by Natalka View Post
    Funny, Cheemo is at the very bottom of our list - which is funny, since it's the one most advertised, and what people usually think of first. I think they are awful...
    Next to homemade (mine or any others) our fave is Co-op perogies, the ones in the 750g bag, not the ones in the box. However, I googled and couldn't find any Co-op Marketplace stores in BC, so perhaps you don't have them. Must be a prairie thing!
    So, next up is No Name (Superstore/Extra Foods). Next after that is Safeway brand, then Sobey's Compliments.
    Almost always we buy the potato and cheddar; once in a while with onion.
    But next best to homemade is finding a Ukrainian or even Polish church where often the ladies make and sell perogies. They cost more than the store-bought ones, but the taste difference is worth it.
    Smachnoho! (Happy Eating!)
    Thanks for that! I go to No Frills regularly and they have no name stuff. I'll also keep in mind the Safeway brand. But, of course, I should find a source for real home made ones. And smachnoho to you, too!


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    Quote Originally Posted by trucks12trucks View Post
    Peppers stuffed with tofu and mushrooms and such, steamed carrots & broccoli, green mashed potatoes..everything with lots of black pepper and coriander leaves…I cant seem to eat anything without them any more.<?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" /><o:p></o:p>
    And of course strawberry sorbet!<o:p></o:p>
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    yeah coriander or cilantro as I call it is the best... I always add it to my salsa.... then add it on top of meat, fish or white rice

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    Quote Originally Posted by 23edge View Post
    yeah coriander or cilantro as I call it is the best... I always add it to my salsa.... then add it on top of meat, fish or white rice
    parsley coriander cilantro

    I am currenlty addicted to the smell of it.

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    you know what I love in the summer..... coming how from work, and arriving to the smell of cilantro in my garden.... I also grow lavander and lemons... the best smells ever

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    Some days...do you ever just not stand to eat meat?!
    We did marinated chicken breasts in our George Forman, with grilled (baked) veggies with rice, and omg...there are just some days I simply cannot stomach meat!! And it was lovely chicken.....The same thing happened to me with meatballs last week...with sauce, spaghetti....I couldn't eat the meatballs! Now, don't get me wrong...I do eat meat and there's nothing better than a good med/rare steak (when I can stand it)....but boy o boy....sometimes I just can't get it down. It's happening more frequently lately....Very weird. Does this happen to any of you?



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    I don't eat alot of meat either.... just not my thing anymore... in the summer I love to eat grilled vegetables. And if I'm in the mood for a panini I also add the veggies to a bread with some grilled chicken breast and some havarti cheese and then toast it on the george foreman grill

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