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post #1 of 26
Thread Starter 
It is to hot to cook inside today,so what did you have for supper?I made mac.salad with tuna and pea's in it!( I made it this morning when it was cool.)
post #2 of 26
It is damn hot right now in Cali.. like 85 degrees

Dunno what to have for dinner!! Mac salad sounds good.

*comes over to sherrals for leftovers
post #3 of 26
I made a salad with popcorn chicken on the top(nuked). It was just too hot to turn the oven on today. I think the high here(South GA)was somewhere between 92 and 95.....ugh
post #4 of 26
Yogurt and fruit here. Although it isn't quite as hot in Cleveland as elsewhere, I live in a brick building with eastern exposure-keeping heat during the winter is good but really stinks during the summer!
post #5 of 26
It was actually quite cool today. I think it topped 65! Even though it may not be hot yet at the moment, I just wasn't in the mood to cook...so Pizza Hut cooked my dinner! I had a Pasta Bake and garlic bread! YUMMY!
post #6 of 26
I had a bagel... lol. Nutritious.
post #7 of 26
Leftover chinese food.
post #8 of 26
It's 97 right now and we ordered pizza!
post #9 of 26
Thread Starter 
for the 2 time this summer we have hit 93,we do not get this very often!
post #10 of 26
I had leftovers from last nite, it was Chicken Fajitas, minus a few ingredients, and fusili fruit salad....totally awesome! I've been snacking on the salad since last nite, it made a whole lot of it, and is pretty good. I didn' t think I'd like it, but b/c it has fruit in it, it's really yummy. Anyone want the recipe???
post #11 of 26
It was 93 here in Philly, going to 95+ tomorrow. We just nuked some trader Joe's chicken with tortellini. Drinking LOTS of cold Pepsi. Sherral, it's on sale right now here!
post #12 of 26
Thread Starter 
It is not here! Darn! coke is.Ick!!!!!!!!
post #13 of 26
Originally posted by 22angel
I've been snacking on the salad since last nite, it made a whole lot of it, and is pretty good. I didn' t think I'd like it, but b/c it has fruit in it, it's really yummy. Anyone want the recipe???
I don't usually like fruit in my salad either, but I am curious about the recipe. If you don't mind, of course.
post #14 of 26
Fusili and Fruit Salad From Canada!

Makes 6 cups

1 1/2 cups\tFusili (spiral pasta)\t\t375 ml
1 can\t(14 oz/398 ml) pineapple tidbits, drained\t1
1 can\t(10 oz/284 ml) mandarin orange segments, drained\t1
1 cup\thalved green or red grapes\t250 ml
1/2 cup\tdiced unpeeled red apple\t125 ml
1/2 cup\tyogurt cheese or lower fat thick yogurt\t125 ml
2 tbsp\tfrozen orange juice concentrate, thawed\t25 ml
1\tsmall banana, sliced\t1

1. In a pot of boiling water, cook pasta until tender but firm, drain. Rinse under cold water, drain. Transfer to a large bowl. Add pineapple, oranges, grapes and apples.

2. In a separate bowl, stir together yogurt cheese, and orange juice concentrate. Pour over pasta mixture; toss gently. Chill. Stir in sliced bananas just before serving.

Yogurt Cheese
To make 1 cup (250 ml) of yogurt cheese:
Use 2 cups of plain low-fat yogurt (Balkan-style, not stirred, made without gelatin). Line a sieve with a double thickness of paper towel or cheesecloth. Pour yogurt into the sieve and place over a bowl. Cover well with plastic wrap and refrigerate for at least two hours. Discard liquid and keep in an airtight container the refrigerator for up to a week.

If you want to drain overnight, use 3 cups yogurt (750 ml) to get 1 cup yogurt cheese. The longer you drain the yogurt, the more tart it becomes. Yogurt cheese can be used in a variety of other dips and dressings.

I just used plain, stirred, low-fat yogurt in place of the yogurt cheese, b/c I couldn't find any of the specified yogurt, and it worked fine. I didn't use apples, but everything else. I also put cinnamon on it when I eat it, just gives it that little something extra. I didn't halve the grapes, just left them whole, and I used 2 mandarin oranges, not the canned ones. I think it's better without the canned ones. Enjoy!!! It is really good!!!!
post #15 of 26
Thanks. That's definitely not like any salad I've seen!
post #16 of 26
Mmmmmmm everyone's teas sounds scrummy and made me dern hungry!

I had Chinese & Hot Chips for tea .. mmmmmmm mmmm

Some of these meals wouldn't go down to well on the weight loss support group ..LOL

post #17 of 26
I worked until 7:00 and just had a ham sandwich and potato chips. The sandwich was on a jalapeno roll, instead of bread.
post #18 of 26
Had lasagne at my friends last night, with salad and garlic bread.

Tonight, having pepper steak cooked on the grill with potatoes, corn and garlic bread.
post #19 of 26
Last night here it was 95 degrees and our air went out at work so since I was to hot to eat something hot, I just ordered a pizza(and waited until it was cold to eat it! seriously! LOL!) S/O ate his hot but then he HAD A/C at work!
post #20 of 26
Man it's cold here! Yesterday and today. It was kinda rainy and windy, not really really windy like it could have been, but just a slight breeze. I don't know if the temp even got up to 15 today! (that's in Celsius for all of ya). So tonite I made porkchops...I can do that, it's cheaper for just one, rather than 5 who eat 2 each. Just me, and they came in a package of 3, so I have some to eat tomorrow for lunch! Yum Yum! Cold porkchops are the best! :yum: I had poutine also...mostly actually. B/c the porkchops were kinda thick, they took about an hour to cook all the way through, and I thought 1/2 hr would be long enough so I made the fries, and they were ready, so I had them instead. Now I have 3 porkchops for tomorrow. I might take one to work for lunch, or I might just decide to leave it at home and eat when I get home at midnite. lol
post #21 of 26
I made club sandwiches and fries.
post #22 of 26
I had Chinese & Hot Chips for tea .. mmmmmmm mmmm
What the heck is that???

I had pulled BBQ platter tonight from a new restaurant near my house. With collard greens and corn on the cob. Perfect for a girl from North Carolina living in Florida! Its hard to find good southern cooking around here.

PS They had "real" sweet tea too

krazy kat2 where in NC are you from????
post #23 of 26
Coco - hot chips are the kiwi word for french fries.
post #24 of 26
Other than a roast in the crock pot, I haven't cooked, all week. Working until 7 is not conducive to having a nice dinner. Bill and I have been eating leftovers and frozen dinners.

He doesn't know it yet but we're going out to dinner, Saturday. Sunday, he gets to grill pork chops. Fry's has them on sale, for .99 per pound.
post #25 of 26
Yes Hot Chips, French/Fries. Fried Chips, Shoe Strings Mmmmmmmm Mmmmm

Tonight I'm eating. Ham & Cheese stuffed Chicken breasts. Hot rolls. Lettuce Salad and a b-e-you-teeful glass of coke to wash it down with

post #26 of 26
Usually we have a month or more of 100+F weather here in Utah and the rest is mid to upper 90's. But it's not as bad as 80's were in northern Michigan where we had 100% humidity. Here we don't have humidity and sometimes that is a problem!

I like pasta salad when it's hot. I add whatever veggies are available, some cheese chunks and either leftover chicken, shrimp or immitation crab.

I also like a cold shrimp salad with lettuce, popcorn shrimp, veggies etc.
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