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    Tonight, pork chops done in the slow cooker. Got a recipe from Crockin' Girls on Facebook, called for cranberry sauce and onion soup mix. I only had the jellied rather than whole berry sauce, but it was really good, might even try it with chicken next time.

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    Roast beef, potatoes & carrots(crock pot) & salad

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    Chicken korma, potato and cauliflower curry, lentil curry, dosas, rice, parathas and pooris....


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    Home made Chinese food: fried rice and veggies and chicken stir fry.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Darth Penguin View Post
    Chicken korma, potato and cauliflower curry, lentil curry, dosas, rice, parathas and pooris....
    sounds interesting although i couldn't pronounce some of them

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    left-overs from Tuesday.

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    Baked potatoes, sausage, and Caesar salad.

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    chicken noodle soup

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    I had steamed a head of cabbage for cabbage rolls, so I had this lovely pot of flavoured water, so I made a soup for supper - bits of cabbage, potatoes, barley, onions, and sausage. My son made biscuits to go with it, and it was yummers!

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    Last night was loaded hash browns with green onions, tomatoes, cheese, bacon, sour cream and a sunny side up egg!

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    Spaghetti with homemade pasta sauce- made in the summer during the abundant season of tomatoes!

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    We had spaghetti too but, alas, not with homemade sauce - just Hunt's Thick and Rich, but with some killer meatballs I made!

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    I totally didn't make this!! But OMG, was it ever good.


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    Today was homemade veg. soup, some sort of roast pork ...don't ask me more, it just came out of my freezer and i virtually threw it in the oven,
    Anyway, also had mash, cauli, peas and GRAVY!!
    Yum - well to all the veggie stuff,lol. I made some tofu thing for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zonny View Post
    Tonight, pork chops done in the slow cooker. Got a recipe from Crockin' Girls on Facebook, called for cranberry sauce and onion soup mix. I only had the jellied rather than whole berry sauce, but it was really good, might even try it with chicken next time.
    My mom does this basically with chicken...except she adds French dressing to the cranberry sauce and onion soup mix. I must admit it sounds gross but it is actually great and also a good sauce for over rice.
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