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post #1 of 29
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for dinner i made spinach canneloni but we havent eaten it yet
and since today i went to do my healthy shopping!
I am eating yummy red strawberries!
post #2 of 29
Mmmmmm What time is dinner?

Tonight is our eat-out night - We are going to Swiss Chalet tonight. Our daughter says she wants to go there and it's her treat so no complaints here.
post #3 of 29
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Originally Posted by Yosemite
Mmmmmm What time is dinner?

Tonight is our eat-out night - We are going to Swiss Chalet tonight. Our daughter says she wants to go there and it's her treat so no complaints here.
Sounds elegant!
post #4 of 29
We got our annual bonus today so everyone brought snacks. I'm trying to resist eating anymore. But one boss brought Robert Redford torte and I ate 1 1/2 pieces.
I bought carrots and homemade vegetable dip. Dinner will be very late as the hair transformation is right after work and will take 2 hrs.
post #5 of 29
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Originally Posted by Yosemite
Mmmmmm What time is dinner?

Tonight is our eat-out night - We are going to Swiss Chalet tonight. Our daughter says she wants to go there and it's her treat so no complaints here.
Not sure its 9 pm and ive just scoffed a tub of fresh strawberries!
But youre all welcome to sit at my table!!
post #6 of 29
Tonight for us is leftovers. Either chicken or cabbage rolls.....hummm, decisions, decisions!!
post #7 of 29
I'm making this stuff where ya put a jar of Ragu, mix in some Miracle Whip, mix in cooked ground beef... then pour it on top of noodles... like elbows or shell noodles? And then put shredded cheddar on TOP of it all. And about a ton of fresh cracked pepper. Maybe some hot sauce.

That, and some martini's. We just decided via text messaging, tonight is a martini night versus a wine night.



Then for dessert, probably raiding my daughter's Halloween candy bag. She doesn't like chocolate much so every now and then, candy disappears from it...
post #8 of 29
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Originally Posted by darkeyedgirl
I'm making this stuff where ya put a jar of Ragu, mix in some Miracle Whip, mix in cooked ground beef... then pour it on top of noodles... like elbows or shell noodles? And then put shredded cheddar on TOP of it all. And about a ton of fresh cracked pepper. Maybe some hot sauce.

That, and some martini's. We just decided via text messaging, tonight is a martini night versus a wine night.



Then for dessert, probably raiding my daughter's Halloween candy bag. She doesn't like chocolate much so every now and then, candy disappears from it...

ummm, sounds good Steph!
post #9 of 29
I think grilled salmon (I have really been using my George Forman lately and to think I almost gave it away!) with a sweet mustard sauce, with potatoes and salad.

Also going to paint a chair tonight for entertainment. I bought a chair at a white elephant sale and I really like it but the color stinks. I feel so Martha Stewart (sans jail) painting it. But what a way to save a lot of money!
post #10 of 29
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i wanted to make salad today!
but they were crazy! 1 euro 50 for a small piece of lettuce the size of my fist!
post #11 of 29
I am going to make the curry tonight - so those with superhuman powers are welcome to eat it at my place. Dinner is at 6 sharp! Bring your own port a potty! Last night I just had turkey breast in pita pockets - since Jake was at school til 10pm, no point in cooking for one.
post #12 of 29
Friday is our night for a special dinner, usually at home, either just the two of us or with close friends. We're due for poultry, so I think it's going to be Devilled Game Hens, with some Gnocchi Alfredo, and I'm not sure what veg -- or maybe salad. A nice bottle of Chianti...Gelato Spazzacamino for dessert, unless I have some other brainwave.
post #13 of 29
Not really sure yet. I'm getting together with friends this evening for dinner. Some kind of fish and a side.
post #14 of 29
Tonight in our house will be spaghetti night. I like to make my own sauce in huge amounts and then freeze it in dinner sized containers so it's faster to prepare when we decide we want to eat it. So we'll have spaghetti, garlic rolls and salad.

I have to say that the earlier recipe with the Miracle Whip and ground beef and cheese sounds very good to me, too. I'll definitely have to try that one night.
post #15 of 29
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Originally Posted by Marge
I think grilled salmon (I have really been using my George Forman lately and to think I almost gave it away!) with a sweet mustard sauce, with potatoes and salad.

Also going to paint a chair tonight for entertainment. I bought a chair at a white elephant sale and I really like it but the color stinks. I feel so Martha Stewart (sans jail) painting it. But what a way to save a lot of money!
Mmmmmm... I LOVE salmon. We might smoke some on Sunday.
post #16 of 29
We had Maultaschen (Swabian ravioli) cooked in homemade vegetable soup (frozen), and Pillsbury breakfast rolls. I had one of my biannual migraines today, probably as a result of yesterday's oral exams, so I wasn't up to much cooking.
post #17 of 29
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Originally Posted by unicorn
Tonight in our house will be spaghetti night. I like to make my own sauce in huge amounts and then freeze it in dinner sized containers so it's faster to prepare when we decide we want to eat it. So we'll have spaghetti, garlic rolls and salad.

I have to say that the earlier recipe with the Miracle Whip and ground beef and cheese sounds very good to me, too. I'll definitely have to try that one night.
So did you end up making BBQ beef ribs last night? How did they turn out?

I'm having stir-fried chicken with peapod (snow peas) and galangal root. -with rice of course.
post #18 of 29
The only thing that I'm having is hunger pains from reading this thread!!!! Sigh, I have an idea that tonight will be fast food again, sigh. Maye I should go back to the vacation thread and dream of the stuff we had there!
post #19 of 29
I'm having bean burritos, rice and a salad. Angel is having canned chicken.
post #20 of 29
Hubby should bring home chicken cordon blue tonight he made for his clients. Here's hoping he remembered. Otherwise I will be scrambling eggs as thats all there is in our refridgerator.

Tricia
post #21 of 29
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Originally Posted by Hydroaxe
So did you end up making BBQ beef ribs last night? How did they turn out?

I'm having stir-fried chicken with peapod (snow peas) and galangal root. -with rice of course.
The ribs weren't bad...a bit fatty, but nice flavor.
What in the world is galangal root? I've never heard of that critter
post #22 of 29
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Originally Posted by unicorn
The ribs weren't bad...a bit fatty, but nice flavor.
What in the world is galangal root? I've never heard of that critter
It looks a bit like ginger root except it is slightly tougher and white instead of yellow. It has a zing to it like horse raddish, yet it's different than that. It has sort of a pungent fragrence and gives a unique flavor to cooking.
post #23 of 29
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Originally Posted by Hydroaxe
It looks a bit like ginger root except it is slightly tougher and white instead of yellow. It has a zing to it like horse raddish, yet it's different than that. It has sort of a pungent fragrence and gives a unique flavor to cooking.
hmmm...that sounds extremely tasty. I'll have to keep my eyes open for some of that...fat chance where I live, though. Being a small town, the variety you find in the stores is not always what you'd like it to be.
post #24 of 29
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Originally Posted by unicorn
hmmm...that sounds extremely tasty. I'll have to keep my eyes open for some of that...fat chance where I live, though. Being a small town, the variety you find in the stores is not always what you'd like it to be.
Yep it is. I had to get it in a Chinese supermarket. Then I freeze it. The local supermarkets don't have stuff like galangal where I live either, so you might not even find it at a regualr supermarket in a city either. I only know one dish with it though.
post #25 of 29
Thread Starter 
and my bf thought i was a freak for buying odd vegetables
post #26 of 29
The other night I made bean enchiladas for the first time - suprisingly easy, too. The only thing - I bought HOT enchilada sauce by mistake!
post #27 of 29
So what's everybody eating today? Today is my school night so I have to eat on the run. But probably making a nice quick sandwiche.
post #28 of 29
Thread Starter 
i made vegetable stirfry
post #29 of 29
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Originally Posted by Rockcat
The other night I made bean enchiladas for the first time - suprisingly easy, too. The only thing - I bought HOT enchilada sauce by mistake!
Oh man , send that over here why don't ya?! I can't get enough hot stuff!!!!!!

I'm at my parents for a few days in Ormond Beach while I'm at Spring Break so I have no idea what we'll be eating! I'm just excited that I don't have to be the one to worry about it for a bit!!!
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