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    I made smoked ribs, roasted red pepper parmesen roast potatoes & asparagus for my husband & I had blackened chicken & rice.
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    I made crockpot sauerkraut with cracked pepper, carraway seeds, bay leaves, Corned Beef, Knodel (potatoe Dumplings) and carrots with dill butter. It was really yummy.
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    We ate this guy a couple nights ago!
    Yum, Alaskan King Crab..
    We arrived to dinner a tad late, but there were actually two of them!
    The staff were nice enough to bring one out though, once they saw me take out my camera. lol A+ for service. Each crab was made into two separate dishes.
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    Last night was Toonie Tuesday, so we went with that!

    Tonight I'm making shrimp egg foo yung, served with noodles.

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    I'm going to make vegan meatballs in a few mins to have later. No recipe really just experimenting a bit.

    1 cup tvp (re-hydrated in 3/4 cup boiling water. Will let sit 10 mins to absorb the water. Then I'll mix in onion salt, garlic, soy sauce, thyme, Italian seasoning, pepper, seasoning salt and couple tbsp of gluten flour. Form into meatballs and fry in olive oil in a pan. I have no idea how these will turn out as this is just me screwing around,lol.
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    bbq'ing some skewers, bbq asparagus, bbq'd mini 'taters with rosemary and some other herbs and some rice. yum!

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    I just finished making italian wedding soup and we will have it later, after the kids' soccer game!!
    Nanoush

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    Tonight I made my husband a chicken stirfry with cheese, sundried tomatoes, garlic, carrots, brocolli & asparagus
    I had homemade chicken nuggetts & mashed potatoes
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    Janetta that's awesome, lol i don't know how to eat that believe it or not , never tried it before, what does it taste like? and do u need tools to get down to business lol



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    A dd is making me and dh dinner again tonight. Not that I'm complaining, but I love cooking so much, I want to get back into the kitchen. Tonigh she is using my recipe though. We are having Thai chicken with asparagus, broccoli, peppers and bean sprouts served over rice. MMMMMMMMmmmmmm can't wait. I am so excited about food this week, cause I actually get to eat some, LOL! I hope to be back in the kitchen cooking by next week.
    We all need a little sunshine every now and then

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    My afternoon nap went kinda late since I wasn't feeling great, so plans for supper changed, and my son helped me out. Sauteed ground beef with onions and mushrooms, added to two packages of KD. Was very good, and Milan was happy to have another recipe under his belt as he did the actual cooking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Natalka View Post
    My afternoon nap went kinda late since I wasn't feeling great, so plans for supper changed, and my son helped me out. Sauteed ground beef with onions and mushrooms, added to two packages of KD. Was very good, and Milan was happy to have another recipe under his belt as he did the actual cooking.
    Sounds good, While in high school I was in the food prep classes (and we made all the school lunches) something we made at school for lunch that the students really seemed to like. Ground beef, macaroni, peas and tomato sauce,lol. Wow kids ate it up like there was no tomorrow especially for $1.00 each,lol.

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    I'm making this seitan recipe right now and its simmering as I type. I will use it tonight and pan fry it. I will be able to tell you all what it was like then. (I actually cut a small piece when it was done cooking and I'm pleasantly surprised,lol.)
    http://www.epicurious.com/recipes/me...SEITAN-1220052



    Last edited by cabmonk; Fri, Mar 23rd, 2012 at 10:32 AM.
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    I am running out of ideas of what to make for dinner, so I'm going with an old stand by.

    I've simmered a pot of reppin' stew,
    & I'm gonna share it will all of you,
    It's got parsnips, potatoes, carrots & beans,
    Some tomatoes, snap peas & collard greens
    Red peppers, green peppers & garlic galore,
    & you canít buy this stew in your grocery store,
    Iíve added lots of onions that were evenly diced,
    & a slew of seasonings to keep it spiced,
    Some corn, some chick peas & some guy peas too,
    & the secret ingredient, if you only knew!







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    Quote Originally Posted by SillyLoocie View Post
    I am running out of ideas of what to make for dinner, so I'm going with an old stand by.

    I've simmered a pot of reppin' stew,
    & I'm gonna share it will all of you,
    It's got parsnips, potatoes, carrots & beans,
    Some tomatoes, snap peas & collard greens
    Red peppers, green peppers & garlic galore,
    & you can’t buy this stew in your grocery store,
    I’ve added lots of onions that were evenly diced,
    & a slew of seasonings to keep it spiced,
    Some corn, some chick peas & some guy peas too,
    & the secret ingredient, if you only knew!







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