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    Quote Originally Posted by vesper View Post
    ...she said dessert is a surprise and I will be excited.



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    Quote Originally Posted by janetta View Post
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    Gee, I wonder who else has a dirty mind?
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    Making a big pot of corn and Clam chowder, with almond milk for the base. Homemade biscuits.

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    Quote Originally Posted by janetta View Post
    he he he he he hehehhehehe
    Oh! Well, I rather doubt that is what she meant, not my GF yet... oh wow!

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    venision steaks, mashed potatoes, gravey and corn on the slob
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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfwoman View Post
    venision steaks, mashed potatoes, gravey and corn on the slob
    On the slob?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zonny View Post
    On the slob?
    You've never seen my hubby eat cob corn or you wouldn't ask
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    Experimental chicken in my house! I have chicken thighs that I just boned, some portobello mushrooms that need to be used up, a roasted yellow pepper and some mozzarella cheese. I'm going to put some of each of the pepper, mushrooms and mozza into the chicken, roll it up, roll in bread crumbs, spray with olive oil and bake. I'm doing some plain baked thighs for DS, as he won't eat any of that except the cheese!

    Editing to say, this was really good, gonna do again for sure! I didn't really roll it up as the chicken thighs weren't that big, I kind of folded it in half and secured it with toothpicks. I had Stovetop stuffing to put in too, but there wasn't enough room, we had it on the side.

    Is there any reason why I couldn't prep these with the raw chicken and cooked veggies and freeze it that way, ready to bake?
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    Tonight was pasta night--I made a big batch of spaghetti sauce (froze 1/2 for another time) so had homemade spaghetti and garlic bread baked in the oven with lots of cheese!
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    Here is. The dairy free corn and clam chowder. Made woth almond fresh, threw in some bacon, fresh chopped parsley and not canned corn either. I boiled and sliced corn on the cob.



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    Ooo, that soup looks FAB!

    Last night we had Mickey D's - tried the 1/2 price new wrap, had the chicken and bacon, it's very good.
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    made oven roasted chicken thighs with homemade gravy

    sweet and sour pork with red and orange peppers.
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    Tonight's chicken experiment wasn't nearly as good. Thinking DS would like it, I put salsa and a bit of mozzarella cheese into the boned chicken thighs instead of my portobello mushroom/roasted pepper and cheese from the other night. It was OK, nothing special, and DS didn't like it either, I had to remove the filling from his before he'd eat it.

    I bought green peppers today at NF, roasted one earlier and will do up some chicken thighs for the freezer I think with the filling in it already. might even skip the cheese in the interest of cutting the fat. Also decided that it's easier to roll the chicken in seasoned breadcrumbs BEFORE you put the filling in.

    Another note, chicken thighs are quite easy to bone, there's really just one large bone and a little joint that gets left behind that you have to cut out. Tonight I didn't save the bones, in the future I will start freezing them to make stock. Normally I cook my chicken with the bones in, but this was tasty with no bones.
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    Saturday night is Pizza night ! (Delissio vege deluxe)....tomorrow is fresh Crab day .....yummy ! yummy !
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    I've looked at crab legs at Costco - OMG is it ever expensive! I'd like for DS to try it once (particularly since we watch The Deadliest Catch), but even enough for him to eat would be more costly than lobster, which I already know he loves!

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