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    Leftover turkey, roast potatoes, stuffing, cranberries, mashed carrots and buns, with sugar pie for dessert..

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    after 1 year of not being able to find "cheap" ground lamb , i broke down and paid full price

    so today we had shepards pie.(cottage pie is with ground beef). for the fist time , i even remembered to take a pic


    edit: after many attempts i am unable to upload a pic? It is within size req.
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    Kinda tired of making meatless meals, so for the first time ever we had meatless takeout Chinese food - just shrimp and chow mein.

    Tonight - Ukrainian Easter feast! Well, we'll start at brunch, and have the same foods for supper! That's detailed in the what's for Easter dinner thread...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ergo2 View Post
    after 1 year of not being able to find "cheap" ground lamb , i broke down and paid full price

    so today we had shepards pie.(cottage pie is with ground beef). for the fist time , i even remembered to take a pic


    edit: after many attempts i am unable to upload a pic? It is within size req.
    Ooo, I do want to see!

    Hmm. You going to "advance edit" and clicking trying to upload from there? Maybe resize the photo with a photo program adn then upload.. *shrugs*

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    Tonight big easter dinner for about 20 people. Not really sure what we are having but I'm sure it will be fine,lol. Friday was our fish fry for like 33 people, and sat went to my uncles for dinner with about 11 people there. I think I'm getting a bit stuffed..



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    I have no idea

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    Last night a friend took us on a tour of Scottsdale with a car service

    First we went to a place called The Sanctuary for drinks and we got to sorta see a wedding!
    here it is : http://www.sanctuaryoncamelback.com/content/index.html?

    then we went to the Village Tavern for dinner http://www.villagetavern.com/index.cfm. WOW! YUMMY. We started with the Ahi Tuna Sashimi and the Spinach Dip

    2 had the 16oz Prime Rib, 1 had the Pan Seared Scallops and I had the Grilled Meatloaf and it was so freakin' amazing!!!

    Then we went to the Hyatt http://www.scottsdale.hyatt.com/hyatt/hotels/index.jsp for an amazing walk around the pools (there are 2.5 acres of them!) and we got to watch the Spanish dancers and listen to some great music.

    Do I really have to come home???? I don't wanna

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    harbie, that sounds amazing! I wouldn't want to go home either!

    Tonight for dinner we had wild sockeye salmon marinated with a hot mustard/mayonnaise/soya sauce/maple syrup marinade, then breaded and grilled in olive oil. We had mashed potatoes, cucumber tomato salad, and baked maple glazed carrots for the sides. Oh, and a glass of wine too. It was delicious! We went for a nice hour long walk through the gardens and parks on Harbourfront afterwards, and now I am back home and getting back to the reality of studying, haha.


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    Believe it or not we had fish and chips with roasted parsnips, baked sweet potato,mushrooms and celery.First time no turkey at Easter but it was very nice all the same.



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    we had a baked spiral ham, roast potatoes and peas...desserts were butter tarts and a mock pecan pie that uses oats instead of the nuts, was delish!

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    We'll be having 'leftovers' from yesterday - but no complaints there, with the ham, sausage, Easter breads, etc. To add to it, I'm making cabbage rolls today.

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    Mmm cabbage rolls. I have had them all my life but never made them before. Are they hard to make?

    I don't know what I'm having for dinner tonight. A few people from university are coming over tonight to go over notes and whatnot for an exam we have tomorrow morning, so we'll probably end up ordering something.


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    Quote Originally Posted by me@t k@tie View Post
    Mmm cabbage rolls. I have had them all my life but never made them before. Are they hard to make?

    I don't know what I'm having for dinner tonight. A few people from university are coming over tonight to go over notes and whatnot for an exam we have tomorrow morning, so we'll probably end up ordering something.
    The hardest part must be making the cabbage... roll. lol

    I prefe to mak "lazy cabbage rolls"... and actually like eating it better!

    Tonight's supper... corn adn black bean salad (recipe thanks to Eeyah!)... I ate a big lunch, then had an iced cap, lol... so just a little something for supper!

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    Chocolate eggs

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