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    Friday night's dinner was quite scrumptious, but not huge as my lunch, which had been a doozie of a plateful.
    I went with the last 2 servings of homemade turkey soup ( I called it poor man's soup as the only meat simmering to make the stock was the neck and liver from the Christmas bird ).
    That and 3 very adorable small squares of mini pizza ( fake pizza, made using Joseph's Lavash bread, brushed with herbed up passata, topped with a single pepperoni slice, zucchini and red pepper. )
    I found the trick is to first pan brown both sides of the entire large sheet of Lavash so it becomes firm and holds the toppings.

    I am sad that the slot on my computer that holds my camera card won't respond when I push the card in.....wah!!! No photos till the Geek Squad ( DS or DH ) look into this for me.

    The Geek Squad came though!! Aren't they so cute? The squares of fake pizza I mean.

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    Quote Originally Posted by walkonby View Post
    Friday night's dinner was quite scrumptious, but not huge as my lunch, which had been a doozie of a plateful.
    I went with the last 2 servings of homemade turkey soup ( I called it poor man's soup as the only meat simmering to make the stock was the neck and liver from the Christmas bird ).
    That and 3 very adorable small squares of mini pizza ( fake pizza, made using Joseph's Lavash bread, brushed with herbed up passata, topped with a single pepperoni slice, zucchini and red pepper. )
    I found the trick is to first pan brown both sides of the entire large sheet of Lavash so it becomes firm and holds the toppings.

    I am sad that the slot on my computer that holds my camera card won't respond when I push the card in.....wah!!! No photos till the Geek Squad ( DS or DH ) look into this for me.

    The Geek Squad came though!! Aren't they so cute? The squares of fake pizza I mean.

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    YUM! Those looks delicious. Maybe I need to rethink dinner…………
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    Tonight we are making Homemade pizza, this time it is me craving it not Mom. Usual suspects for toppings (we know what we like) pepperoni, mushrooms, onion, bacon, cheddar and parmesan
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    Quote Originally Posted by SassyAshley View Post
    Tonight we are making Homemade pizza, this time it is me craving it not Mom. Usual suspects for toppings (we know what we like) pepperoni, mushrooms, onion, bacon, cheddar and parmesan

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    I had cottage cheese and spinach to use so I made a lasagna last night
    It was the best lasagna I've ever made. Who knew spinach could be a game changer

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    Whole Roasted Chicken with Stuffing, Mashed Potatoes, Gravy and Veg of some sort will pick the veg later, we have quite a few options.
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    DH and DS were very productive last night cooking up fare for the weekend and for some of their work meals for the week ahead.
    I was impressed!

    DS made a medium sized batch of a Gumbo, but with an Asian flare, apparently the spice meter was off the charts on that one.
    I was grateful he used up the leftover can of tomato juice and the half bottle of Passata for part of the broth base.

    DH split open 4 sk/bl chx breasts, tapped with the meat hammer to flatten, pressed both sides into seasoned crumbs, then stuffed Stove Top inside, folded them over and baked until golden on the outside.
    They looked even nicer than the ones I've made!
    Next was a baking tray of smashed spuds and a roast pan with 10 large Mild Italian Sausages cooking in it.
    Veggies will be whatever frozen options are in the freezer when they make up their containers in the week.

    When they were all done in there I got my own Pumpkin soup going, plus a big shout out to @SassyAshley for enlightening me about cooking the dried beans up and freezing them. I had soaked quite a lot of them on Friday, so after cooking I was able to lay them out onto 3 cookie sheets to freeze.
    Later once they were solid, lifting the entire tray full of them from the pan was easy because I had laid parchment paper down under them.
    It kind of looked like peanut brittle until I was able to break them up in the bag. My yield was a 26 cm x 27 cm freezer Ziploc bag full to the brim.
    Now whenever the guys want to make a chili for themselves, half the work is done!






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    @crafter YUM! That looks soooooooo good. I love seeing pics of everyone’s food. Gives me inspiration
    @walks by I love that the men in your house cook. That’s great. I guess I can’t really complain since DH does the clean up and I’m not always the neatest cook
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    pretty much the same as SA.
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    Last night I made spaghetti squash with a beefless gardein bolognese sauce. Soooooo good

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    Looks tasty Harbie
    walkonby wow that's amazing what the guys pulled off in your kitchen. Never thought of stuffing mix to stuff..will definitely try

    Tonight leftover pork roast with stove top stuffing mix and peppercorn gravy. Perhaps some spinach caesar salad.

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    Tonight I roasted a large ham. We ate it with canned pineapple, perogies, sour cream, cranberry sauce, and tossed salad.
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    Tonight's dinner plan got turned upside down. I was supposed to have a 2 pm meeting which worked but the person did not realize we are not in the same time zone and meant 2 pm their time which is 4 pm our time, so when I usually start dinner I will be in a meeting.

    After some thought I have decided on Pasta with Meat Sauce, we do not have any Meat Sauce or Bolognese in the freezer (need to add this to the to-do-list) so I will put a small batch on to simmer well I am in my meeting and then just need to cook off pasta when my meeting is over.
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    i'm reading this post at 9:05am and i'm getting hungry already. Nice dinner choices everyone! Love the pictures too.

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    Friday, during the day, i made Turkey Soup from turkey bones from Christmas. I was going to see DD so i brought her a large container of soup on Saturday because bone soup is supposed to be very good. There was meat attached to the bones and i added 4 cloves of garlic, a celery stick, a large carrot and 2 small onions and some peppercorns. Towards the end i added some bowtie noodles. Totally delicious!

    Saturday i felt like hot dogs so went to the local Lafleurs and got some doga, 69 cents each, with 1 order of fries and 1 order of onion rings.

    And yesterday, i made a stew in the Crock Pot. First time. Turned out very very good. I got one of those packets for Crock Pot stew, some beef cubes, added some carrots, celery, onions, garlic, turnip and potatoes and simmered for 4 hrs on high. the whole house spelled delicious. And to top that off, GD2 brought over some cookies she baked, Biscuits Reine Elizabeth, from the 5 in 15 minutes December magazine.

    Tonight , its leftover Crock Pot Stew, or leftover Pate Chinois or leftover Turkey Soup.
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