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    Last night was rice, noodle and veggie soup with eggs over easy on toast.

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    I hear ya on the diet Abby5... eating an Everything bagel topped with a fried egg, mozza cheese and ketchup... for "dessert" is the half of a Crunch bar I bought yesterday.
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    i made pork adobo and will have it for dinner.

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    homemade pizza tonight.

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    Parents in laws !!! They told me not to bring anything!! I am scared !!
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    DH and DS get to have the delicious smelling pork tenderloin ( roasting now) with mashed and beets, and garden salad.
    The NF store had the pork roasts on for $1.00 per pound!! ( 2 per family limit though)
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    Wow, awesome price on the pork, WOB!

    We'll be BBQing steak (last of the 'good' ones from the last sale, lol!), roasted potatoes, some sort of salad.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Natalka View Post
    Wow, awesome price on the pork, WOB!




    We'll be BBQing steak (last of the 'good' ones from the last sale, lol!), roasted potatoes, some sort of salad.
    Figures eh? DD and I are not allowed pork on our food plan, so we suffer smelling it cooking, drat!

    We had a downpour yesterday, and more to come so no BBQ for us this weekend. Enjoy!
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    homemade whole wheat pizza last night. roast beef with roasted garlic mashed potatoes and carrots and peas for dinner tonight.

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    schnitzel, spatzle and peas

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    Well for supper today I made pocket foil roasted potatoes and carrots on the BBQ served with lamb steak and french steaks!

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    recipe and direction for the potatoes and carrots can be found here: http://hrmcreativebbq.blogspot.ca/20...something.html

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    omg....... my pork/veal adobo turned out amazingly well!
    it's only my 2nd time making it with pork and 1st with veal
    the ingredients are simple!

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    spinach and provolone omelet and some classical sociological theory

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    veggies n guacamole
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    my 9 year old DD made supper for us tonight. She'd asked if she could help me cook and I decided today was a good day to give her some cooking lessons. I let her take the lead on all of it and she basically prepared everything herself with only a little guidance and minimal assistance/direction from me. It took a lot longer to get supper ready than usual, but I think these are important lessons for a young lady to learn too so it was time well spent for both of us!

    We had vegetarian hamburgers, 3 bean salad and creamed corn. It was really awesome too!
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