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MsMeow
Posted 2009-02-03 7:18 PM (#20574 - in reply to #19439)
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I think I'll make ham & cheese biscuits. You take canned biscuits, flatten each one out into a circle about 6" diameter, then add diced ham & grated cheese. Fold them over and seal with a fork, then bake according to the biscuit can directions.
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Dorian
Posted 2009-02-04 4:33 PM (#20656 - in reply to #19439)
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Those sound tasty Donna!

I found a chuck roast in the freezer. So it went into the CP this morning, with onions, garlic, a bit of tomato sauce, soy sauce and some all seasoning, plus a bit of water. I'll make potatoes Daphne to go with it and find some veggies of some sort.

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kittyquilter
Posted 2009-02-04 6:36 PM (#20663 - in reply to #20656)
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Sounds yummy Dorian Just be careful with the soy sauce. It has about 1500 mg of sodium. I have high blood pressure and it makes me look at sodium content all the time. You would be surprised at how much sodium is in everything.

I just made baked ziti and am waiting for dh and grandson to get back from sledding to make the garlic bread

Donna - I will just have to try that biscuit recipe They really sound gooood.

Cherie
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Dorian
Posted 2009-02-05 9:26 AM (#20682 - in reply to #19439)
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Thanks Cherie! My dh has high BP too, so I do watch it. I rarely add salt to my foods. I like to use herbs instead. I don't use much of the all seasoning, especially if I am using soy sauce too.... I usually don't even add the all seasoning...don't know why I listed it LOL!!

 MMMMM, baked ziti and garlic bread sounds yummy!

I have no idea what to do for dinner tonight...Sigh~

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Emma
Posted 2009-02-05 11:52 AM (#20693 - in reply to #19439)
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Starbucks again for me tonight so it will be a Orange/banana Vivano (basically a fruit smoothy)for me really good and very filling and my poor DH will have to fend for himself       Now if I can just keep myself from the midnight snacking when I get home!!!!!

Donna I am going to have to try the biscuit recipe, sounds really good and I guess you can add just about anything for the toppings!  

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logcabin1961
Posted 2009-02-05 1:36 PM (#20702 - in reply to #20693)
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Well Ladies - just had my dinner and DH cooked Roast Pork with Roast Potatoes, carrots, green beans, stuffing and lots of apple sauce - yum yum.  Last night he cooked Green Thai Chicken Curry with lots of fragant Basmatic Rice. 

When I was at Jacqui's on Tuesday she made the best Brownies I've ever tasted and she cooked a lovely Lamb dinner in the evening so come on Jacqui, post the recipes pls ..........!

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Dorian
Posted 2009-02-05 4:17 PM (#20714 - in reply to #19439)
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Oh I agree, pleeeeassse Jacqui, pretty please with a bright yellow FQ on top Brownies are a high commodity item around this house
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Dorian
Posted 2009-02-09 9:32 AM (#20905 - in reply to #19439)
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So what's going to be cooking at your house tonight?

I have some chicken breasts out. I think I'll do chicken kiev with rice a roni and fresh spinach.

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kittyquilter
Posted 2009-02-09 3:26 PM (#20931 - in reply to #20905)
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Sounds yummy

Been craving PIZZA. Going for it tonight as DH is working tonight and it's just me and grandson.

It seems like we live on chicken. Had chicken, baked potatoes and beets last night. Saturday we had barbeque chicken meatloaf and {Yum) tater tots

Have to food shop today as we are out of junk food.

Cherie
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delia
Posted 2009-02-09 4:29 PM (#20933 - in reply to #19439)
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I've got homemade spaghettie sauce simmering on the stove right now. I'll be doing that with meatballs and sausage and some nice, crusty bread. Mmmmmmm.....
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aj14
Posted 2009-02-09 5:12 PM (#20935 - in reply to #19439)
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Delia, that's exacty what we're having tonight! My mother-in-law gave me her spaghetti sauce recipe that my hubby loves. Yummy!

AJ
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aj14
Posted 2009-02-09 5:15 PM (#20936 - in reply to #19439)
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Donna, we make biscuits like that too. We've also tried them with pepperoni, pizza sauce, and cheese like little calzones. Or like cheeseburger pockets with ground beef and cheese. Super-easy.

AJ
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logcabin1961
Posted 2009-02-11 8:04 AM (#21029 - in reply to #20936)
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Well, don't know what we're having tonight as DH has to go do shopping today!

Sunday we had Shepherd's Pie with mashed swede and carrots, Monday we had Sausage Casserole with mixed veg and mash, last night we had Red Thai Chicken Curry and Rice.  It would be realy nice to have a bit of steak - perhaps Geoff might get the hint!! lol

Also on Sunday night DH and DD made some lemon pancakes and banana pancakes which were scrummy!

What are you having tonight?

 



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Dorian
Posted 2009-02-11 10:00 AM (#21042 - in reply to #19439)
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MMM, Lemon pancakes sounds interesting Milica! I started making pancakes with freshly ground wheat and buttermilk and can't eat them any other way now. They are soooooooo good!...having them for breakfast this morning

It's a cold, wet day out so I am going to have a pot of beans with beef ribs going on the wood stove all day. Maybe I can get the boys to grind some corn for cornbread to go with it.

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logcabin1961
Posted 2009-02-11 11:18 AM (#21047 - in reply to #21042)
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Dorian

Our pancakes are different to the ones you have for Breakfast - I would suppose you would call our style 'crepes', thin and large and when cooked they are sprinkled with lemon juice and sugar and rolled up ready for eating - Banana ones just have sliced bananas added to the mix when cooking and sprinkled with sugar.

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