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    making myself some stuffed raviolis with homemade sauce from the market. mmm. the carnivores are getting burgers on baguette cut into buns, baked (or possibly mashed) potatoes and broccoli.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Natalka View Post
    We have a dairy-free Christmas Eve, so don't have them then. I usually make nalysnyky every few months; my son loves them! Well, so do I!

    Usually I get dry cottage cheese from Co-op.. Comes in a 750 ml carton (used to come in a bag). Noticed this time the cheese was really fine, so didn't have to smush it much, and it was yummy. I don't think they order many in, it was the last one, and it was totally fresh.
    Safeway also carries it; Superstore's brand is fine, too.

    - awesome that you got ground pork for such an amazing price! Here, the cheapest I bought it lately was $4.39 kg, and I was happy to buy it at that!
    No Co-op near me, but have seen it at Superstore and Safeway, but they seem to only carry it sometimes. But I have sucessfully frozen it.

    There is a local grocery chain that often puts their about to expire meat on clearance, so always stop by when I'm in the area. I got another lb of ground pork in my freezer for $0.87 and 3lbs of pork buttons for $3.00.

    Yep, looks like ground pork is going the way of chicken wings and thighs which used to be super cheap. LOL

    Tonight I'll have some sort of leftover as I am off to cheer on the hapless Bombers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BuggaBugga View Post
    I made cottage pie with mashed cauliflower instead of potatoes.


    mmmm.the mashed cauliflower sounds good.

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    Hotdogs tonight.
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    I'm thinking about make egg noodles with chicken breast and veggie stir-fry. I have fresh zucchini from the garden.
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    Spaghetti, with loads of cheese.
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    Well, its second verse same as the first. Vegan burger and coleslaw for the second time this week. I know it's not healthy to repeat meals in the same week...but I got home from work so late and I was so starved that the damn dog was looking tasty...so I hastily scarfed the first thing I could find in the fridge...which happened to be that. Then I had a Chapman's super fudge ice milk lolly for dessert....mmmm....so good and tasted even better because it was free AND low fat. How can you say no to that???
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    i was supposed to BBQ some sausages tonight but just as i was getting ready to go start the bbq, it downpoured. so i sliced the sausages up and pan fried them with mushrooms, peppers, onions, garlic and mixed in some tomato sauce served over whole wheat spaghetti. i think it turned out better than just plain' ol bbq'd sausages.

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    homemade butter and herb pasta.

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    Picking up Chinese tonight! It has been a long time...can't wait lol (I'm at work now :p )
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    Had fried potatoes, and for the first time I used Egg Creations, chive and cheese - scrambled them.
    Not bad for 'fake' eggs, as my son said.
    I'll stick to the real ones, but tried them because they were cheap with BOGO coupon.
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    The weather has cooled down significantly here in Toronto, so I decided to make chili!
    It's loaded with various kinds of vegetables, kidney beans and chickpeas.
    I beefed up the beef, but adding TVP (texturized vegetable protein) in it, 50/50.
    The meaty flavour doesn't get compromised as I cook it with the beef!
    Its healthy, low in fat and super inexpensive!
    1 lb of beef became 2 pounds with the addition of 50¢ worth of TVP. :D
    There's SO much left over! We ate it with homemade rolls.
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    Homemade chicken soup tonight - I can't wait!
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    Going over to my friend's house tonight for potluck with a Carribean/West Indian night. So...she will be making curry goat, home-made dumplings, and I will be brining curry chickpeas and banana bread. We'll be drinking sangria, and the men will stick to their "manly" vodka
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    I have a road race tomorrow so it's time to carb load - yay!
    My two running buddies and I are going to order takeout from a small hole-in-the-wall restaurant and enjoy it. Was thinking about making a cake but that is probably too much for a 9am race.
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