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Jami
Posted 2009-02-11 4:51 PM (#21067 - in reply to #19439)
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DH is FINALLY going to be home this evening for a meal...Yippie!

I'm fixing a Pork Loin, AuGratin potatoes and Green Beans. Yummo! Even thinking about making a dessert although it doesn't really go with the "diet thing"! Oh well...

Jami
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delia
Posted 2009-02-11 5:37 PM (#21068 - in reply to #19439)
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Mmmmm.... Lemon crepes. Yummy.

Tonight, we're having marinated steak tips, wild rice and steamed broccoli.
Hopefully, that won't go straight to my thighs.
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Dorian
Posted 2009-02-11 9:15 PM (#21076 - in reply to #19439)
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OHHH, I LOVE crepes Milica!!! It's my special Mommy breakfast on Mothers Day and my birthday my sweet man doesn't cook much, but he does these very well...we usually have fresh strawberries to go in them and/or banana's...almost any fruit.

Delia, sounds like a nice HEALTHY meal to me!! 

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Dorian
Posted 2009-02-15 9:47 AM (#21275 - in reply to #19439)
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So, what's cooking for tonight?

I have a turkey out, so will roast it up with tators, gravy, veggies and stuffing.

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Jess
Posted 2009-02-15 10:08 AM (#21280 - in reply to #21275)
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Well I made a nice stew in the slow cooker the other night, and I have loads of leftovers, but baby cheese isn't feeling it. Sammy wouldn't touch it and Billy isn't really a stew person. What will I do with all of this leftover stew?
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logcabin1961
Posted 2009-02-15 10:30 AM (#21283 - in reply to #21280)
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I love stew Jess, especially with dumplings!

Tonight we have Roast Pork, roast potatoes, carrots, green beans, stuffing and apple sauce - yum yum

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buggalugs
Posted 2009-02-15 10:52 AM (#21287 - in reply to #21283)
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Today I am cooking, Roast Rib of beef, Yorkshire puddings :), roast potatoes and mashed potatoes, sprouts, carrots and mashed turnip :). with beef gravy of course yum :)

JAcqui

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kittyquilter
Posted 2009-02-15 5:06 PM (#21319 - in reply to #19439)
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No cooking for me tonigh!! We are going out to dinner to celebrate. DH and I met 24 years ago today so we celebrate today instead of valentine's day (the restaurants are too crowded anyway).

Cherie

P.S. Jess, send that stew my way. Every one here loves it!!
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misisipimenace
Posted 2009-02-15 8:23 PM (#21348 - in reply to #21319)
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happy anniversary, cherie!!  hope you enjoyed dinner out!

i just made myself a yummy pepperoni, mushroom, black olive & EXTRA mozzarella pizza!!!! 

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scraphappydenise
Posted 2009-02-15 8:37 PM (#21353 - in reply to #19439)
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We are having BLTs tonite. I'm off to get the bacon started....
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Dorian
Posted 2009-02-15 8:41 PM (#21354 - in reply to #19439)
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Jess, does your gang like soup? It's pretty easy to turn stew into soup. Or you could make some pie crust, and make a pot pie out of it.

I was in the kitchen alllll day long! I made wheat bread, corn bread (for stuffing), wheat crackers, sausage (the patty kind), and the turkey dinner. I am POOPED.

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Short Not Sassy
Posted 2009-02-16 12:38 PM (#21402 - in reply to #21354)
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Cherie- How crazy! My DH and I also met the day after Valentine's Day. Only it's been 31 years ago! We have been married since 1981 but we met in 1978! We also like to celebrate that day instead of V-Day! It's more important to us!
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kittyquilter
Posted 2009-02-16 6:46 PM (#21425 - in reply to #21402)
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Well, we went for dinner at the local diner! The portions are astronomical!

We both ordered one of the daily specials: Yankee Pot Roast (yum,yum) Dinner came with soup, salad and two veggies plus rolls. We ordered potato skins as an appetizer.

First, the server brought both soup and salad at the same time!
We did the soup and were half way through our salads when she brought us the appetizer and our dinners together. Needless to say, I was a little annoyed Her timing was really off and she blamed it on the cooks because they kept ringing the bell for her to take the food.

Now I know how diner cooks are. I used to waitress at a diner. You just half to tell them to back off because if you rush the customer (like we were rushed) you jeopardize your tip.


Needless to say, we brought the appetizer home with us and I have enjoyed it today. As well as some of the pot roast.

Sherry - Hubby and I met in 1985 and married 1 1/2 years later Nov. 1986.

Cherie
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Dorian
Posted 2009-02-25 9:18 AM (#21887 - in reply to #19439)
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So what's cooking tonight Ladies? We are all craving hamburgers, so I'll be doing those. I made spagetti last night with homemade sourdough bread. Mmm.

 Cherie, I grew up in restraunts, that is a big NO-NO. LOL, sorry your dinner wasn't served right, but glad it was good and you had some to take home.

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JennB
Posted 2009-02-25 10:51 AM (#21903 - in reply to #19439)
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I got a turkey tenderloin at the store last night, and I think I'll be doing that with some broccoli and rice.

Had hamburger helper last night as I was pressed for time.

Tonight won't be quite as bad. I don't ahve to spend 1 1/2 hours at Walmart like yesterday.
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