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    Heading to a friends place for GF spaghetti and meat sauce. I am bringing GF peanut butter cookies - best dessert I could think of on the last minute since I don't have all the special flours/thickeners on hand.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Natalka View Post
    Oh, wow, you're killing me with the delish things you are cooking! I haven't had sorrel soup in years, my mom grew it in her garden and would make it - SO very good! You're lucky to have found some at the market!

    I agree with you on the Pan Sear fish - we bought the salmon and another kind, I can't remember, I definitely would not pay the big bucks they usually go for.
    For pre-prepared frozen salmon, the High Liner IQF ones will go on sale for $5, so I will buy those and season myself. Or just buy a frozen whole pink salmon if I can find a decent one.
    Oh, I'd love to send some your way, but maybe a bit too far. HaHa, a friend of mine gave me a plant last year, but I forgot to properly water it during a heat wave and it died. But I did get some more Sorrel - bargain basement price $1.00 a bunch. Not quite sure what to make, maybe a sorrel sauce or pesto for fish.

    Yep, I get the Highliner IQF too (great if you have the $2.00/$1.00 coupon). Although I have to admit I like fresh salmon the best (sometimes can get it 30% off at SS).
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    Well, well. I'm home all by my lonesome tonight.

    Vegan burgers and pickled beets? YES PLEASE!

    And what's more? No whiners at the table complaining about lentils for supper. bahahahaha.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Darth Penguin View Post
    recipe or it didn't happen...
    savoy cabbage(easier to roll I find), sauteed onions, peppers, mushrooms, until tender, made basmati rice, mix altogether with crushed garlic (I get that big honker container from Costco), parsley, oregano, basil , fine herbs, kitchen sink , Paprika. Makes the rice look nice and red . Everyone into the pool and then roll em up.

    I have a giant pot that i put the whole cabbage in. I core it and then put it in the pot upsidedown then peel away the leaves as they get tender, not too much or they fall apart. I cut out the hard vein on the leaves before i roll them up.

    Baked in pyrex tray with homemade tomato sauce for about 45 minutes at 325 convection oven.

    Sorry they look pink I took the pic with my stupid phone,

    I usually use brown rice but I ran out
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    Tonight we had amazing corn on the cob, and I also had toast with homemade hummus and home grown broccolli sprouts

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    I had the corn with my jalapeno powder on it. Yummy!!
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    I took the leftover ribs from last nights dinner and added them to the onions I caramalized till they fell off the bone and shredded. That on top of a toasted WW sesame bun with melted cheddar cheese and a fresh green salad on the side..... even though it wasn't my night to cook
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    Patty those look just great and yummy!

    I ended up using the oven, even though it's blasted hot in here. Did oven baked chicken with my own 'shake 'n bake' mix, and used the same coating for potato wedges. Served with coleslaw with lots of cucumber and radishes thrown in.

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    tonight i bbq'd some honey garlic sausages, corn on the cob (which was so yummy), mashed potatoes, garden fresh bbq'd zuchinni with balsamic vinegar and fresh picked this morning cucumber slices.

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    Brocoli and BBQ potatoes And vegan gluten free banana scones and vegan gluten free soft pretzels

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    I made homemade chicken curry soup with egg noodles...Chicken stock, curry and egg noodles LOL! I didn't have any chicken or veggies that would go good thrown into the soup so I was like whatever I ate veggies at lunch I can do without at supper.
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    I made barbecued chicken, scalloped potatoes and beans (from the garden!).
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    For lunch: a veggie sandwhich with lettuce, cucumbers, tomatoes, peppers, and pickles. Totally grossed out my co-workers. Also had some yogurt with blueberries and strawberries thrown in.

    H made dinner because he didn't work today. BBQ'd burgers and homemade mac n cheese. It was good but he forgot to season the mac n cheese and there wasn't a green thing in sight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cookcrazy204 View Post
    Ooh, I just love mussels, and frites and baguette too!! Although mussels are not as inexpensive as they used to be, can still be a relatively cheap and very cheerful meal. Oh and I hope you had some beer with that as they do in Belgium.
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    we drank Hoogarden witbiere and Orval. When we lived in UK we went to Belgium a couple of times a year to purchase decent beer and choccie...I love gueze and naturally fermented fruit beers. Trappist beers are too die for ....we joined a private importing beer group a few years ago to get some of the more esoteric Belgium beers that we like to drink.
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    Corn on the cob last night from the farmer`s market...so good! Cheesy dough dogs as well.

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