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Dorian
Posted 2010-08-14 7:05 PM (#48774 - in reply to #19439)
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That's a very good point Rose. Your body tells you in all kinds of ways, not too eat something. We just don't know what it's saying half the time! LOL

I think that is one of the reason's I do not like a lot of veggies. My smellerator is very sensative, and MANY veggies just don't smell good cooked! Like foods from the cabbage family...brussel sprouts...broccoli...I just can't stand the way they smell. And oh man, I can barely cook them for dh, or cook him some canned green beans or peas... :::SHUDDER:::: LOL. 

Dh and Jed are the big Asian food eaters here. I do like a few Asian dishes, but mainly when I stir fry meats for the two younger kids and I, it's just meat with some soy sauce, garlic powder and all seasoning.

If I cook tonight, it will be chicken...maybe chicken salad. Something light.

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Jess
Posted 2010-08-14 9:28 PM (#48781 - in reply to #48774)
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Jeri got me Pad Thai for lunch, and I wanted more, so I ordered some takeout for dinner! Sammy had chicken lo mein. Mmmmm, not so good for you though!
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Dorian
Posted 2010-08-15 8:26 AM (#48814 - in reply to #19439)
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Oh, dh loves Pad Thai! It's one of his favorites.

I didn't make dinner last night. The trip to town too the wind out of me. 

I want steak, so I think I'll do a london broil tonight. I'll have dh go see if we have some big tators in the garden yet...or if they are still little...a baker sounds good too! Hmmm, FALL must be in the air. LOL

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fabriholic
Posted 2010-08-15 11:44 AM (#48825 - in reply to #19439)
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Love Thai food. About once a year, I get a craving for brussel sprouts, so eat a few & that takes care of that. Haven't got a clue why. Now I'm hungry, and not for sprouts! Steak sounds really good.
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Gerda
Posted 2010-08-15 12:35 PM (#48829 - in reply to #19439)
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We stayed for supper at our friends' place last night - Brenda went out into her garden and dug up fresh potatoes (she nuked them a few minutes, then on the bbq for baked, dug up fresh baby carrots and onions, sauteed the onions and mushrooms, and bbq'd steak - YUMMO! to borrow a phrase! Then, she gave me fresh beets, carrots potatoes and some leaf lettuce. We'll be eatin' goooood!!

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scraphappydenise
Posted 2010-08-16 12:58 AM (#48888 - in reply to #19439)
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BLT on multigrain bread, green salad, and cucumbers and Onion in vinegar.
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fabriholic
Posted 2010-08-16 9:46 AM (#48917 - in reply to #48888)
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I so envy people with gardens. Gerda, your friend is a friend indeed.
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Dorian
Posted 2010-08-23 6:24 PM (#49411 - in reply to #19439)
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I have some steak I am making tonight, along with home made mac n cheese and veggies.

My dh brought me home some luscious blackberries yesterday!! WOOHOO! So I've made a peach/blackberry pie and an all blackberry pie. I can't wait for dessert 

What's cooking at your house?

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MsMeow
Posted 2010-08-23 7:14 PM (#49416 - in reply to #19439)
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Oh, Dorian - those pies sound yummy! We're having steak tonight, too...with baked potatoes.
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Dorian
Posted 2010-08-24 8:18 AM (#49456 - in reply to #19439)
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Oh Donna, I wish you could try my BB pie!!! I made it with half sugar/half honey, and the taste is just DEVINE!! I am having some for breakfast
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MsMeow
Posted 2010-08-24 9:01 AM (#49460 - in reply to #19439)
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Sure, Dorian, rub it in! LOL
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sew'nsew
Posted 2010-08-28 10:05 PM (#49653 - in reply to #19439)
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Dinner is late tonight but should be good. Hey if it has to be on time it would be hot dogs, LOL.
We are having stuffed peppers, fresh picked greenbeans with bacon and new potatoes, and for dessert it is pineapple zucchini bread. Should all be yummy!
Tomorrow we will have cheesey zucchini casserole and blackberry pie or maybe a cobbler - will decide tomorrow.
I LOVE this time of year when everything comes fresh from the garden to dinner.
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Jess
Posted 2012-05-28 12:41 AM (#69035 - in reply to #19439)
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Every now and then I have the time (not to mention the motivation and occasion) to enjoy doing something really well in my kitchen. Tonight I've made a traditional from scratch  butter based red velvet cake (complete with buttermilk and vinegar mixed with soda). The kids were already in bed and I had fun with the challenge of a new recipe. Now my only worry is resisting the temptation to try it before I take it to our friend's place for dessert tomorrow evening!!
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Dorian
Posted 2012-05-28 8:24 AM (#69037 - in reply to #19439)
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MMMMM, sounds good Jess!!
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Brn2sew
Posted 2012-05-28 9:15 AM (#69040 - in reply to #69037)
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Red Velvet cake from scratch...mmmmmmmmmmmmmhhmmmmmmmmmm!  Wish we were closer (and invited to your friends too  )

Couldn't sleep this morning, so instead of laying there, just got up and started on today's lunch.  We're heading to Roger's brothers for lunch after the Memorial Service.  So far, I've got baked beans in a crock pot, angel food cake (also from scratch this morning), and fresh strawberries ready.  Think that's it...maybe I'll take a nap now.  Hope you can enjoy good company and good food today everyone!

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