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    Made Crock Pot Chicken Fajitas yesterday so Mom would have dinner for tonight as she is working. So I used this to make a quesadilla with some cheddar cheese and sour cream with a Bacon, Cheddar, Ranch Salad.

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    Shrimp pasta with diced celery, red onion, capers and fresh dill.

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    Perogies with sauteed onions with lots of dill, with sour cream.

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    Supposed to be in the mid 40s here with the humid x and we have no AC so it has already been decided we will eat out tonight. Thinking Crabby Joe's since I just discovered there is one minutes from RCSS (how did I not know this, this restaurant is my new obsession but I just could not find excuses to go the one I thought was the closest because we never go to that area).

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    Something fast that we can heat up in the microwave. Extreme heat and humidity warning in effect throughout South eastern Québec today. Thank God for central AC.

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    Make a big pot of spaghetti sauce 2 nights ago. Used mild Italian sausage and a variety of peppers, onion and button mushrooms. mmm it was good. But getting tired of it, lunc will be the last time for spaghetti for awhile. I don't feel like cooking tonight but i want something yummy. So I really dont know yet...maybe order in fish & chips or chicken and chips.
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    It's hell hot, so I'm not very sure. I have a pork roast I can do mostly in my pressure cooker with just a quick brown on the bbq, but that might not be the right food for today.

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    I made grilled chicken taco wraps.

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    Stir fry rump steak, zucchini and onion with cinnamon, ginger and hot sauce over rice.

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    Nice and cool here, but I feel for those of you who had the high temps we had last week. It sure changes both cooking and eating habits!

    Tonight, I made a huge pot of chop suey with pork loin, onions, carrots, cauliflower, broccoli stems and florets, water chestnuts, bean sprouts, celery and will serve over yellow rice.

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    I decided to just have a snacky dinner. Chips and dip and cheese crackers and pickles
    I like it simple sometimes.
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    Hubby was late tonight so we went to Subway, we both had an assorted and water.

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    I made a simple supper of crab & zucchini cakes with a garden salad with lots of veg and fresh basil from my garden
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    I have made stuffed skinless/boneless chicken and turkey breasts before but last nights version turned out very yummy! I sliced across the chicken breasts 2 times, so I would have 2 "pockets " to stuff. On the bottom layer I placed about 5-6 long green beans from the garden with 1-2 slices partially cooked bacon alongside them. Then I filled the other pocket with my dehydrated beefsteak tomatoes ( I soaked them for about 3 minutes first ) along with a handful of fresh grated Parmesan. Pressed them all around firmly into a bread crumb mixture and then wrapped 2 more slices of bacon around the outside. Baked @ 350 for about 40 minutes, turning them all over half way through cooking.
    They were a hit! It was probably the bacon!! ha ha
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    Today will be even hotter than yesterday! Extreme heat and humidity warnings already in effect early this morning. I will probably make all dressed hamburgers (homemade with cheese, tomatos, onion slices, pickles, mustard, relish and lettuce) and corn on the cob.
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