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    Quote Originally Posted by Wendark View Post
    Frozen store-bought veggie lasagna, with rolls and salad. The lasagna (Basilli's Best) was on clearance for $3! and it is not bad for not-home-made
    Yeah I like their's, not bad for sure.


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    Yay for McDonald's coupons - the only time we can afford to eat there! I had a Big Mac, med fries and an orange juice.

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    i bought some bistro stuffed chicken breasts yesterday at M&ms since they were on sale wub4 plus it was the scratch and save.. so, debating on either that with rice and broccoli, or galric bread pizza.. decisions, decisions...

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    i <3 this thread.

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    Tonight, I'm making homemade pizza, did some of the cutting up prep already, will make the dough a bit later, since we're having a later supper because Milan is working at evening Mass. Pizza toppings - ground pork (my new fave, awesome on pizza!), honey ham, pepperoni, onions, mushrooms, and mozza.

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    Tonight we had a difference of opinion & leftovers for dinner.

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    Tonight we are having kebabs on the BBQ-marinated beef with red and green peppers, onion and mushroom with rice. Yum

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    Steak, garlic mash and ceasar salad courtesy of the hubby. lol.


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    We were treated to a lovely meal hosted by DS and his sweetie. They had a serve yourself salad " bar" All organic stuff too, romaine, cherry tomatoes, strawberries, apples, cucumbers. I still love to top mine with Kraft raspberry Vinaigrette dressing.
    Main courses were lasagna and macaroni and cheese. ( I am certain she said she used the recipes from the latest " What's Cooking " magazine., which I signed them up to get it FREE! , lol)
    For dessert they put out some salt water Taffy and fudge that they brought home from a trip. Then later we all had some of the Bundt cake I had made ( it sure was nice and lemony)
    Gosh food tastes great when someone else does all the work.

    Oh and they have a fancy shmancy coffee machine that makes lattes, etc. so we had that too.
    I am still stuffed!
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    Last night was veggie breakfast sausage rounds (yup, we really break with tradition by having them for dinner), rice, kidney beans, salad. It was good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SillyLoocie View Post
    Tonight we had a difference of opinion & leftovers for dinner.


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    Quote Originally Posted by janetta View Post

    How did you cook your duck? Maybe I'll try something new next time!
    I just prepped it by trimming, washing and poking a million holes through the skin/fat with a fork. Poured a tonne of boiling water on it to tighten the skin, seasoned with salt and pepper and stuck it in the oven! lol
    I could have glazed it..but I was lazy.

    I love duck.. Mmm crispy skin!
    I searched for a simple method, since I hadn't done it before. If I do it again, I'd use the same recipe.

    Roast duck in 450 degree oven, 20 minutes to the pound.

    Place something in the duck cavity to attract off flavours (sliced apple, onion, celery) - note: remove after roasting, don't eat.

    Put on rack in roasting pan, roast uncovered. Rub duck with lemon, and put in oven.
    After 30 minutes, prick skin to allow fat to escape. Repeat several times.

    Just before done, brush on glaze -
    1 c. apricot preserves
    1/2 c. honey
    1 T brandy
    1T orange liqueur

    Retun to oven for about 15 minutes until glaze carmelizes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SillyLoocie View Post
    Tonight we had a difference of opinion & leftovers for dinner.

    Who argues with the cook? That is one you never win.




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    Quote Originally Posted by SillyLoocie View Post
    Tonight we had a difference of opinion & leftovers for dinner.
    Hilarious! And that's something we often serve in my home as well!

    Last night I made meatless BBQ "chicken" wings from Superstore. They were disgusting. You live you learn. We made up for it with lots of junky snack food later in the evening.
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    I will make chicken curry, yummy!!
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