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Dorian
Posted 2009-07-01 9:19 AM (#29541 - in reply to #19439)
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LOL Delia, your body wants the fatty food to keep warm! Your dinner sounds good.

Gerda, I enjoy fried egg on toast, but I'll pass on the onions, thank you very much. lol

I made pork parmesan last night, one of our favorites. Not sure what will be for dinner tonight.

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Jess
Posted 2009-07-01 11:51 AM (#29569 - in reply to #29541)
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Okay, so its for breakfast, but I had to post about it:

Take one slice off of a whole sweet (I use red) onion. Dice it. Dice one small clove of garlic. Put in skillet over medium heat with a touch of olive oil (I use the pam spray). Chop one small tomato and a handful of fresh spinach.  

Fry a couple of eggs (sunny side up or however you like them - I use Pam Olive oil spray so they are not extra fatty).

When onions and garlic a a bit tender, add the tomato. Cook for about 1 minute, then add the spinach. Cook only until soft. Spread this mixture over your fried eggs, and enjoy!

(I suppose you could poach the eggs or even scramble them and this would still be yummy!).

I have had this the past two mornings and not only is it super good for me and the baby, but it tastes great! I feel like I am having a gourmet breakfast! I added a cup of milk and a piece of fruit and now feel great!

Dorian - What is Pork Parmesan?

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Dorian
Posted 2009-07-01 4:57 PM (#29599 - in reply to #19439)
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Jess, I guess it helps if I spell it right...LOL

It's like chicken PARMIGIAN, but I use 1/2 inch slices of pork, breaded, instead of chicken.

Breaded pork/chicken fried in shallow oil in skillet,

cover with your favorite spagetti sauce,

sprinkle parmigian cheese on top,

put in oven till cheese is melted.

We have spagetti noodles and salad or some other veggie with it. MMMM.

(and if I say we had chicken or pork FARMER JOHN, that just means we were out of parmigian cheese and I used cheddar instead   still tastes great.)

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Dorian
Posted 2009-08-26 9:31 AM (#32454 - in reply to #19439)
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Well, the temperature gauge says it's been in the 90s, but my body gauge is saying that it's FALL. LOL, so to appease my body, I made a very yummy beef pot pie last night. MMMM...not your typical Summer fare, but booooy was it tasty!

The night before that, it was meatloaf with tators and gravy. I've been being a good girl though, and only putting about 1/4 cup of tators on my plate. Potatoes are very healthy, but my body doesn't like them anymore LOL

What's been cooking at your house lately?

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MsMeow
Posted 2009-08-26 2:25 PM (#32461 - in reply to #19439)
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Mmmm, Dorian - the pot pie sounds great! Are you cutting back on potatoes b/c of the carbs? Like lots of folks, I really really like my carbs!

Since we've been on summer break from our church music activities I've been forced to cook a LOT. Yuck. Anyway, I've been digging up some recipes from the back of the file. The other night we had deep dish pizza casserole (a recipe I found here). I also recently made a WW reciped for ground beef & noodles au gratin. I made chicken breasts with a spicy honey glaze last week. That was pretty good! I also made a pot of Paula Deen's mac & cheese, which Mark liked a lot but I didn't care for. I think I've decided I don't like cheddar cheese in macaroni.

See what I mean about the carbs?.....
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Dorian
Posted 2009-08-26 6:39 PM (#32475 - in reply to #19439)
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LOL Donna, good for you for cooking more (I know, I know, you don't like it...)

Actually, I have been trying real hard to eat less potatoes, because plants in the Nightshade family tend to inflame arthritis.... BUT, if I can lose a few pounds too...THAT would be a good deal. LOL



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Pam
Posted 2009-08-26 8:30 PM (#32480 - in reply to #19439)
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Mike is chief cook here ~ and tonight he cooked fish and chips. One of his faves, but not mine. I ALWAYS remove the batter or coating from the fish, and only eat half of the chips he gives me ~ how come he never gets the hint? Should not really complain though, he eats mushy peas with his ~ at least he does not serve me those.
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MsMeow
Posted 2009-08-27 9:42 AM (#32489 - in reply to #19439)
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Oh, Pam, I like fish and chips AND mushy peas! So if you're ever in Florida, let me know and Mike can come cook dinner for me! LOL
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scraphappydenise
Posted 2009-08-27 7:19 PM (#32501 - in reply to #19439)
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gonna bbq some top sirloins tonite. Baked spuds, and fresh cucumbers and tomatoes to go with it.
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sara
Posted 2009-08-27 9:53 PM (#32510 - in reply to #19439)
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Hmmmmmmm .... we had an old recipe tonight. M had cereal with nanners and I had a lunchable .... well, I guess it'd really be a supper-able LOL. Tomorrow however we're going old-fashioned with pork chops, mashed taters and homemade gravy nummmmmmmyyyyyy
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Jess
Posted 2009-09-28 8:58 PM (#33723 - in reply to #32510)
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Okay, so dinner is always pretty good around here. Anyone have good ideas for lunch? I am so bored with the usual...
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Dorian
Posted 2009-09-29 8:48 AM (#33754 - in reply to #19439)
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Hmmmm, lunches are pretty boring around here too. Usually it's sandwhiches and fruit. Sometimes I'll make meatless spagetti. Winter months I make a lot of soup and eat lots of chili.
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Pam
Posted 2009-09-29 3:33 PM (#33775 - in reply to #19439)
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Today I had a bowl of tomato soup and a 'fat' slice of spelt bread. Yummy. For dinner my personal chef prepared bubble and squeak with fried eggs. Not too revolting either

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Jess
Posted 2009-09-29 3:41 PM (#33777 - in reply to #33775)
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Bubble and what?????
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Brn2sew
Posted 2009-09-29 6:57 PM (#33789 - in reply to #33775)
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Pam, please tell us Americaners about "spelt bread" too?     Sandy
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