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    I had spinach and cheese ravioli with a "homemade" cheated cream sauce. Did a can of cream of mushroom soup with a tiny bit of water, some parsley, and garlic powder. It was sooo good and totally beats making the cream sauce from scratch

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    Chicken pot pie and french fries...which might turn into poutine...I've got a craving for cheese

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    Shepherd's pie made from left overs and garden produce...leftover spaghetti sauce, gravy, carrots, green pepper, onion, some teriyaki cooking sauce all mixed together and topped with mashed potatoes. Also making a salad and having garlic bread.

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    Last night I made a ham steak with red-eye gravey, mashed potatoes and balsamic glazed carrots.

    Not exactly sure about tonight, it's a toss up between a roast chicken or just use up some chicken breasts and make chicken parmesan. Will keep you posted,
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    WOB, how did that gluten free bread mix turn out? I never found a gluten free bread mix that I liked. I got tired of wasting money on mixes and decided to make my own since I already make tons of bread for the family. Turns out I'm pretty good at making my own gf bread too!
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    Last night was International Night with the leftover rice I fried with eggs, corn and edamame beans and the leftover mashed taters and meat sauce from the night before.

    As for tonight..... no idea
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    tonights dinner is fresh pot of soup (europes best tuscan veggies & sweet patatoes, 1 can of canned tomatoes, 1 can of white kidney beans, 2 c. of corn)
    & garlic pork buttons with fried rice
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    Quote Originally Posted by hollyquaiscer View Post
    WOB, how did that gluten free bread mix turn out? I never found a gluten free bread mix that I liked. I got tired of wasting money on mixes and decided to make my own since I already make tons of bread for the family. Turns out I'm pretty good at making my own gf bread too!
    Oh holly! I just love the mix ( on sale I can pay about $3.99 a box, full price as high as $5.49) but it is worth every cent as I eat so little bread each day I only make the one loaf in the bread maker for DD and I ( and we know when I say I make,...that really is funny because all I do is put the stuff in and press start! lol)

    Here is the type I buy. All the chains of the RCSS, No Frills, and Loblaws carry this.

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    oh!! and here are many other things they have. I have only bought the french bread and the Favourite Sandwich one. My bread maker is a Black and Decker, no GF setting, I just do it on normal bread setting.

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    Making homemade pizza: homemade pizza dough (from my mom made in the bread maker), mushroom pasta sauce, pepperoni, onions, red and green pepper, mushrooms, and cheese. It's going to be soooo good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hollyquaiscer View Post
    Last night I made a ham steak with red-eye gravey, mashed potatoes and balsamic glazed carrots.

    Not exactly sure about tonight, it's a toss up between a roast chicken or just use up some chicken breasts and make chicken parmesan. Will keep you posted,
    I had to google red-eye gravy,lol
    Despite having made gravy from scratch before, i tend to use my veggie gravy mix from the British store!!I'm lazy that way - and i like to know that when i make gravy...it actually works(not always the case with my cooking,lol)
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    Sockeye salmon, oven baked rice and tomato slices tonight...
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    Quote Originally Posted by cabmonk View Post
    Haven't used it yet today. I made burgers an hour ago in my big boss grill lol. But I will use the stove tonight..here's the grill. I'll miss this thing when I move out.

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    We are having home made beef/veg soup made with red wine.(had some over from thanksgiving party)and corn muffins.Nice & hot for a cold day

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