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post #151 of 178
Mom and I had a green bean and roasted potato medley and country fried steak with gravy.
post #152 of 178
My fiance has class so I'm having some egg salad on a couple slices of toast.
post #153 of 178
Im having hot pita bread, dipped in olive oil, dipped in a mixture of spices with a side of green olives and hot tea.
post #154 of 178
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Im having hot pita bread, dipped in olive oil, dipped in a mixture of spices with a side of green olives and hot tea.
I'm coming to eat at your house!
post #155 of 178
DH worked late tonight so I'm just getting ready to make some French Dip Sandwiches. Plus we had one of the outside cats get in and that took some time to throw the Insiders in our room and find the hidey hole where the outsider was.
What a cat rodeo!
post #156 of 178
Chicken, roast potatoes, yorkshire pudding, carots, peas and chicken gravy
post #157 of 178
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Chicken, roast potatoes, yorkshire pudding, carots, peas and chicken gravy
Susan, you have gravy on everything!
post #158 of 178
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Originally Posted by AlleyGirl View Post
Susan, you have gravy on everything!
You can't have a dinner like that without a bit gravy It would be too dry otherwise

Through the week i make sure i have my vegetables, but i can't have them without anything on them I only have a tiny bit gravy because i hate my food swimming in it
post #159 of 178
I am thinking Pasta and Garlic Bread tonight. Most likely Penne with a nice vegetable sauce. It's vegetarian night tonight.
post #160 of 178
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You can't have a dinner like that without a bit gravy It would be too dry otherwise

Through the week i make sure i have my vegetables, but i can't have them without anything on them I only have a tiny bit gravy because i hate my food swimming in it

How can anyon have only a tiny bit of gravy? I have my mashed potatoes swimming in it. I have some nice chicken gravy left over from the roasted chicken I made on Sunday - guess what I'm having tonight! I'm guessing that you folks use gravy mixes in order to have gravy all the time. I only have gravy when I have drippings from whatever meat I cook to make it. I hate packaged/canned gravies.
post #161 of 178
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How can anyon have only a tiny bit of gravy? I have my mashed potatoes swimming in it. I have some nice chicken gravy left over from the roasted chicken I made on Sunday - guess what I'm having tonight! I'm guessing that you folks use gravy mixes in order to have gravy all the time. I only have gravy when I have drippings from whatever meat I cook to make it. I hate packaged/canned gravies.
I'm a huge fan of sausage gravy. I keep a box of breakfast sausage patties in the freezer just to fry up and make gravy
post #162 of 178
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How can anyon have only a tiny bit of gravy?.
I just like the top of the food covered with it, otherwise all i seem to taste is the gravy
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I'm guessing that you folks use gravy mixes in order to have gravy all the time.
Yes, i do it the lazy way, and the same with my yorkshire puddings as well, their always cooked and frozen. My mum would turn in her grave knowing that

Tonight i'm having steak, mushrooms and onions with a baked potatoe, and NO gravy
post #163 of 178
Today I have a beef brisket in the crockpot. It marinated in some spices and sauces overnight and will be ready for dinner this evening. Its one of the recipes that came in my recipe book from my SS. It smells delicious!
post #164 of 178
I've made the full turkey dinner here. Dinner around 5PM.
post #165 of 178
Chinese
post #166 of 178
Leftovers from Thanksgiving. What else?
post #167 of 178
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Leftovers from Thanksgiving. What else?
We went out for dinner yesterday, so no turkey leftovers. The bbq brisket will be ready in about an hour though and I'm dying to try it. It smells sooooo yummy!
post #168 of 178
Just a frozen pizza tonight. Don't feel much like cooking, and it's usually what we do on Friday nights.
post #169 of 178
Not sure at this point. The Boy is in the midst of the cold I'm just getting over, so I'm not sure what his appetite will be like, though as of this morning he was anticipating a normal, if light, appetite. I'll get my marching orders before I leave the office and shop on the way home, if necessary. It's our night for a special dinner, and would have been his already postponed birthday dinner, so it would be nice if he's up to a normal meal, but if not, we'll just go with the flow.
post #170 of 178
We had leftovers from Thanksgiving and probably will for a few more days.
post #171 of 178
I'm pleased to report that the Boy's appetite was in fine form and he asked for sole. He got it, too. Fillets, panfried, garnished with tomato, tarragon and lime, accompanied by fresh asparagus and Jasmine rice. Butter tarts for dessert. A most satisfactory meal.
post #172 of 178
They had pork tenderloin on special when I was shopping today so I am making broiled pork medallions, with passion fruit glaze. Roasted red potatoes, and steamed asparagus for dinner.
I haven't ate since breakfast and my stomach is gurgling just thinking about it...
post #173 of 178
I had a bacon and mushroom pizza and it was lush!
post #174 of 178
Leftovers here!
post #175 of 178
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Originally Posted by Rosiemac View Post
You can't have a dinner like that without a bit gravy It would be too dry otherwise

Through the week i make sure i have my vegetables, but i can't have them without anything on them I only have a tiny bit gravy because i hate my food swimming in it
I love gravy. If you have gravy you also have to have dippin' bread to sop the gravy up. Yummy....I go for something covered in gravy right about now.
post #176 of 178
veg stir fry and tea with lime.
post #177 of 178
Hamburger patties, mashed potatoes, garlic carrots and mushroom gravy.
post #178 of 178
Guess it's left-overs tonight, a nice pork sandwich with a bit of Asparagus soup.
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