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Whats for supper?

post #1 of 29
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I'm having issues I have no idea what to make for supper.

What are you all making? Once I get some ideas I'm sure I'll figure something out, but I know John won't be happy with cereal - which is what I'd make if it were up to me
post #2 of 29
I went out and had chinese
post #3 of 29
Cereal sounds good and easy right now!

But I have some leftover Spicy Tortilla soup which I think I'll heat up and then maybe broil up some chicken breasts, rice and a veg...
I am too tired to get creative tonight.
post #4 of 29
Ham and green bean casserole! I'm not sure what else yet. Maybe cornbread stuffing and yams too.
post #5 of 29
We had meatloaf
post #6 of 29
We're going out early this evening, so I think it's probably going to be omelettes. Fast and satisfying.

ETA: I lied. As I walked into the mall to pick up groceries, including the eggs I needed for the omelettes, I passed by the Sushi take-out. They do veeeeeeeeeery good sushi, and we haven't had any for a while. So, sushi it is!
post #7 of 29
I have no clue yet, i'm too sleepy to be hungry at the moment. i'll figure that out after i take a nap. hopefully Colin will bring me some dinner on his break so that I don't have to cook tonight- I bribed him earlier lol...


Well, I wound up eating soup and crackers last night ...blahh...I was sick all night.
post #8 of 29
Well my EX and I (He's still "moving out", it's just taking FOREVER) we went to Applebees and I had a zesty chicken sandwich, and a Strawverry/Mango margarita.
After that sandwich, I wanted to die because I ate the whole thing.
I NEVER eat the whole thing anywhere!
Bleh...
post #9 of 29
Homemade meatball subs.
post #10 of 29
I haven't eaten yet, I'm not very hungry today...hmm, maybe I'll have froot loops
post #11 of 29
blt's and chicken noodle soup.
post #12 of 29
I LOVE cereal for dinner I could eat it at every meal...But my hubby made popcorn and milkshakes tonight. He wasn't supposed to come home but he did so I had no dinner planned!!!
post #13 of 29
I had 2 little tiny frozen chicken potpies... ah the life of a bachelorette! or maybe that's the crazy cat lady anyway, I'm still hungry! I have no milk so cereal is out, hmmmm the kitties really seem to like that cat food ugh, I have nothing else to eat in this house!!!
post #14 of 29
I’ve been experimenting with crock pot cooking. I thought it would be a solution to my dinner dilemma. I work nine to five and hate to cook.

Tonight it was penne in sauce with frozen meat balls. I don’t recommend it. I thre it all in the pot turned it on at 8:20 and got home at 5:45.

There was a ring of over cooked stuff around the bottom of the crock, a couple of the meat balls were burnt and the macaroni was beyond mushy.

And I still have the crock soaking in the sink. Cereal would have been a better choice.
post #15 of 29
We had turkey breast, potatoes and broccoli.
post #16 of 29
Well, I decided to have a dinner full swing tonight. So much for "low calorie" this evening! I made a homemade pizza with a whole wheat crust, feta cheese, goat cheese, mozzarella cheese, spinach, calamata olives, homemade zesty tomato sauce, mushrooms and sun dried tomatoes. Yummy!
post #17 of 29
Potato Soup YUMMMMM
post #18 of 29
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Originally Posted by CheshireCat View Post
I’ve been experimenting with crock pot cooking. I thought it would be a solution to my dinner dilemma. I work nine to five and hate to cook.

Tonight it was penne in sauce with frozen meat balls. I don’t recommend it. I thre it all in the pot turned it on at 8:20 and got home at 5:45.

There was a ring of over cooked stuff around the bottom of the crock, a couple of the meat balls were burnt and the macaroni was beyond mushy.

And I still have the crock soaking in the sink. Cereal would have been a better choice.
There's much to be said for crock pot cooking, but I've always understood that pasta doesn't fare well, because it cooks too fast, compared to the rest of the meal in the pot. Your experience would seem to bear this out. Probably better to do the rest of the meal in the crock pot, and cook the pasta separately, while you're setting the table and doing other last minute things.
post #19 of 29
I ate at Subway! Had a Turkey Breast on Italian bred. The toppings were lettuce, tomato, Pepperjack, mayo and honey mustard! It was WONDERFUL!
post #20 of 29
Tonight we're having crispy no-fry chicken, which is like "shake and bake" chicken only healthier. (Got the recipe from Canadian Living magazine and I highly recommend it!) We're going to try it with that new Uncle Ben's two-minute rice mix, although I have my reservations about rice that takes only two minutes to prepare ...
post #21 of 29
I ate pizza. From Dominoes with cheesy bread and those brownie bite () The brownie bite were NOT good. They were crusty on the outside and underdone on the inside. Even the dipping sauce didn't help them!
post #22 of 29
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John ended up working late, so I just ate chicken nuggets and smiley fries! I was happy cuz I didn't have to cook anything big
post #23 of 29
What are smiley fries?
post #24 of 29
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What are smiley fries?
Fries shaped like smiley faces!! I'll try to find a link for you, they are yummy!
post #25 of 29
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Originally Posted by babyharley View Post
Fries shaped like smiley faces!! I'll try to find a link for you, they are yummy!
My niece and nephews LOVE the smiley face fries
post #26 of 29
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post #27 of 29
Yum those look good! They don't sell them anywhere around here that I have seen!
post #28 of 29
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Yum those look good! They don't sell them anywhere around here that I have seen!
I got mine at WalMart where I get all my groceries!
post #29 of 29
All that talk of beef stew yesterday so I made it today, it's in the slow cooker now.
Beef stew is a lot of work when your crock pot is 7qt though

I basically used the recipe I posted yesterday, only I used spicey V-8 instead of tomatoe paste and I added a good (drinking not cooking) burgundy to the sauce.
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