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    made my signature sweet and sour pork!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Angela273 View Post
    I acquired a 4L jug of milk earlier this week that we need to use for cooking/baking. That is why I made fin and hatti with drop biscuits for supper tonight. I anticipate making no bake chocolate drop cookies in the near future (my leg is hurting too much). Any other suggestions for what to do with this 2% milk? We have fresher 2% milk that we are currently drinking.
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    You can make pudding or pastry cream - one batch uses up 3 cups. Sometimes I make chocolate and vanilla versions and layer them.

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    Yesterday we went to Montana's, me and mom split a Cesar Salad, Cookhouse platter (4 cheese spinach dip, potato skins, and garlic cheese bread) and an order of deep friend pickles. Never had deep fried pickles before, they were ok but think I would have preferred a tempura style batter instead of bread crumbles.

    Tonight's dinner, no idea yet, will post once we figure it out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Natalka View Post
    I've seen you post that you've made finnan haddie before - I remember my mom making it, but there's no recipe of it in her old recipe binder, and all I remember of it is flaky fish in a creamed sauce.

    You can freeze milk, just so you know that.

    We got 1 kg of garlic last week, and I never thought of freezing it after roasting, so thanks for the idea!
    Ours is a family recipe and I don't measure when I cook it.

    Finn and Haddi
    I start with a chopped onion, cook until browned.
    add extra butter, add flour and cook.
    add frozen peas.
    Then add as much milk as you want to make the white sauce (I make ours pretty thick).
    add a little pepper.
    Then when it is almost done, add canned tuna or salmon (whichever is on hand, or the one you prefer) and cook until heated threw.

    I always serve it with fresh baked biscuits.
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    You can make pancakes or muffins and freeze them for later use-even if the milk you use is sour they are fine.

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    i also made oven baked trout with cremini mushrooms.
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    For lunch today I made Pillsbury crescent rolls that were rolled up with cheese, and tomato soup. Dinner - I don't know yet!
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    My supper was terrible since I worked from 1-8...I had a donut and muffin for "supper"...Made poutine when I got home with the left over gravy I had but I still consumed a fair bit of junk food today LOL!
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    I made yummy greek salad with no olives. Feta, romaine, cucumber, tomato, and red onions!

    I used bottled kraft olive oil dressing. It was so greasy and weird tasting at first no amount of shaking could help. I found the secret is to stick it in the magic bullet for a few seconds to really blend it all together.

    Mmm. I hate salads but I think this is going to be a new favorite.

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    Tonight will be slowcooker chili.
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    I made hamburgers and fries for supper last night.
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    For today there is butternut squash soup, and beef cubes with carrots and mashed potato,the theres a Paska bread for dessert with a orange icing.

    Heres what my bread looks like ,the recipe is from Menonite girls can cook.

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    I had my veg soup for breakfast, maybe I'll have eggs for dinner....everyone is eating their own thing today.
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    This was Saturdays dinner. It had both grilled and fresh tomatoes, grilled green onions,Tillamook cheese on a fresh brioche bun

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    harbie?? how did you bite into that monster!? lol Looks awesome. ^^^

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