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logcabin1961
Posted 2009-02-25 11:39 AM (#21913 - in reply to #21903)
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We have hamburgers yday - DH bought some fresh beefburgers from Costco yday and made hamburgers and homemade chips (fries) and they were scrummy!

Tonight we are having shepherd's Pie but instead of having mashed potatoes on top of the meat DH is putting mashed swede and carrot topped with sliced Sweet Potatoes and normal Potatoes.  This is one of my favourite winter meals.

 

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SallyC
Posted 2009-02-25 2:59 PM (#21931 - in reply to #19439)
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Milica, that version of shepards pie sounds wonderful So is your Costco the same as ours?
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logcabin1961
Posted 2009-02-25 4:35 PM (#21936 - in reply to #21931)
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Yes, its the same Costco - we now have at least 10 Costco's through the UK and the first ever one was opened about 11 years ago just up the road from where my parents live so have been a member since then.  All the stores are laid out exactly the same and we really laughed when we saw that movie "Employee of the Month" as it is based in a Costco store for sure!

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Dorian
Posted 2009-03-03 8:52 AM (#22393 - in reply to #19439)
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So what's going to be cooking tonight?

I'm not sure here. I really, really want a steak...I may have to go to town just to buy one 

Last night I did oven fried chicken, mashed tators, gravy and spinach/carrot salad.

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MsMeow
Posted 2009-03-03 4:35 PM (#22419 - in reply to #19439)
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Gee, Dorian, I haven't cooked since last Thursday... :) Don't think I can get out of it tonight, though. I was thinking about buffalo wings and Tater Tots (I don't think hubby has grown all the way up yet!). I need to clean the house tonight, so it will be something either quick and easy or something I can throw in the oven and forget about!
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scrapatches
Posted 2009-03-22 9:57 PM (#23716 - in reply to #19439)
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mmmmmmm ...

Charlie likes salmon (not my favorite but it is good for you) so I bought a couple of pieces of salmon today ... and I sampled some of that new Philly cream cheese with the sun-dried tomatoes and basil and it was so good that I bought some of that, too ... so I mixed some of the cream cheese with some crabmeat ... added some lemon pepper ... stuffed the top of the salmon with it ... squeezed some lemon juice on it ...  sprinkled it with a little crushed bread stuffing ... sprayed it with olive oil and baked at 350 degrees F for about 30 minutes ... and served it with rice and veggies for dinner and it was yuuuuummmmmmy

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Dorian
Posted 2009-03-23 9:20 AM (#23730 - in reply to #19439)
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Sounds like something my Honey would like Pat.

I broiled a steak last night. Made green salad and oven fries to go with it. I've been doing good on dinners lately. Whatever meat I cook, I cut up my pieces small and add to my salad, then don't eat my whatever carb I make..I get enough carbs earlier in the day..and this time of year especially, I love meat salads.

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sew'nsew
Posted 2009-03-23 7:41 PM (#23761 - in reply to #19439)
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Yumm! We are having hot roastbeef sandwiches, mashed potatoes and gravy. Haven't made it in years. It was my favorite meal when I was a little girl.
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scraphappydenise
Posted 2009-03-23 11:44 PM (#23771 - in reply to #19439)
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We had steak, bakers, and green salads. First meal I've cooked in almost a week. tasted soooo good!
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Dorian
Posted 2009-03-24 9:42 AM (#23776 - in reply to #19439)
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Last night I made a roast pork tenderloin with red potatoes, garlic and onions. Then had a green salad with it. Mmm

Rhonda, that roast beef with tators and gravy sounds scruptious!

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logcabin1961
Posted 2009-03-24 10:55 AM (#23782 - in reply to #23776)
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Last night we had Lamb Chops with Roast Potatoes, Mange Tout and Red Cabbage followed by a fresh fruit salad.

Tonight we are having Roast Pork, Potatoes, Butternut Squash, Carrots, Leeks and Green Beans (probably followed by fresh fruit salad as we eat a huge amount of fruit!)

Early in the morning Geoff and James will be driving off to France for 10days or so, so they will be having lots of fresh fish and seafood such as Lobster, Crabs, Lagoustines, muscles, prawns, scallops etc as that is the local fresh food.

As Becky spends most of her time either at school or at her boyfriend's house I will be feeding myself so this will be primarily a clearing out of the freezer exercise!! lol

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SallyC
Posted 2009-03-26 10:28 AM (#23920 - in reply to #19439)
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Milica, what is 'Mange Tout'? Hope Geoff and James have a lovely trip to France.
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logcabin1961
Posted 2009-03-26 1:54 PM (#23940 - in reply to #23920)
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'Mange Tout' are baby peas left in the pod and 'Sugar Snap Peas' are the same but the peas are bigger.  You cook them like green beans, they are nice only slightly cooked so they're crunchy.  Mange Tout translated from french means eat all so there you go - lol

 

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Dorian
Posted 2009-03-27 9:24 AM (#23992 - in reply to #19439)
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LOL, thanks Milica. I was wondering the same thing....

I did easy last night and made a batch of spagetti (Jed can eat spagetti every night of the week, and never get tired of it! LOL)

Tonight I think I'll do even easier, and pick up some pizza or something while we're in town.

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SallyC
Posted 2009-03-27 12:13 PM (#24014 - in reply to #19439)
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I had a green salad (well, actually about 5 different lettuces and baby greens with sping onions--all from garden) and a home-made 'pot pie' out of oodles of veggies and left over sirloin roast plus fresh made bread and fruits for desert. My DH spoils me so!
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