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Brn2sew
Posted 2009-04-03 5:25 PM (#24422 - in reply to #24396)
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Good luck with your diets gals.  I keep my whole wheat bread in the freezer.  Doesn't take long to thaw out one slice and it lasts a lot longer than in the refrigerator or out on the counter or in a bread box.     Sandy

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Dorian
Posted 2009-04-04 9:02 AM (#24435 - in reply to #19439)
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I made braised short ribs, potato salad and carrots for dinner last night. Not sure what is cooking for tonight though.
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Dorian
Posted 2009-04-12 7:21 PM (#24829 - in reply to #19439)
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So what did you all have for Easter dinner?

I made a traditional pot roast with carrots, onions, garlic, tomato paste, soy sauce and water. Mashed tators, gravy, zucchini and corn. And a pumpkin and an apple pie, of course! (that's my traditional dessert for all holidays )

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sara
Posted 2009-04-12 7:41 PM (#24834 - in reply to #24829)
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Normally Easter dinner consists of ham, scalloped potatoes, pea salad, deviled eggs ..... but ham is horribly expensive this year. So we opted for a new dish

DIRT CHICKEN!!! It was sooooooooooooooooooooo good!! Mona got the recipe off the 'net .... layer 8 slices of bacon, then rice, then chicken pieces then cr of mushroom soup, add parsley, garlic, oregano, nutmeg, then bake it at 350 for 2 hrs .......... man it was GOOD GOOD GOOD ....
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Gerda
Posted 2009-04-12 9:36 PM (#24839 - in reply to #19439)
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Well this year I changed it up a wee bit. I usually make ham, boiled potatoes, corn and beans or carrots, but this year decided to do chicken as well and Cheddar Bacon scalloped potatoes and a winter mix of veg (cauliflower, broccoli and carrots). Yummy!! Unfortunately, the chicken wasn't ready by the time everything else was, so into the microwave it went!! Still tasted good.

Sara, that recipe sounds interesting! I'm not a big rice fan, but it just might work for us. Thanks for the tip!

Gerda
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sara
Posted 2009-04-12 10:09 PM (#24841 - in reply to #19439)
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Here's the recipe (I got the name wrong hehe)

Death Chicken
Line 9X13 pan (we used metal pan) with 6 or more slices uncooked bacon. Pour 1 can uncooked rice over bacon. Top with some chicken pieces. Sprinkle salt & pepper over the chicken and add a small dab of paprika (we used dried). Whisk 1 can cr of chicken soup, 1 c water. Add garlic salt, pinch of nutmeg, 1 tsp oregano, 2-3 Tbsp dried parsley. Pour over chick, cover with foil. Bake at 300*F for 2 hours.

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Gerda
Posted 2009-04-12 10:18 PM (#24844 - in reply to #19439)
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Thanks, Sara!! I will have to give it a try.

Gerda
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scraphappydenise
Posted 2009-04-13 3:48 PM (#24901 - in reply to #19439)
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I cooked a turkey breast in the bag.... made some mashed taters, some gravy, green beans and vanilla ice cream with fresh strawberries.

simple.... no mess....
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Dorian
Posted 2009-04-14 9:30 AM (#24925 - in reply to #19439)
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MMM, sounds good Denise! I bought two turkeys the other day. They were on sale. I have to take one out of the freezer to thaw. It sounds sooo good.

I made homemade pizza's last night. MMM 

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Dorian
Posted 2009-04-19 9:16 AM (#25237 - in reply to #19439)
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SO what have you all been eating lately? Anything new and scrumptious?

I made a turkey dinner last night: Roast turkey, mashed tators, gravy and fresh garden salad.

Everyone (except Carson of course!) is wanting turkey pot pie, so I guess I'll make that tonight. I cook mine in the crock pot all day then pour it in a pie crust, add the top and bake for a bit.

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buggalugs
Posted 2009-04-19 10:00 AM (#25242 - in reply to #25237)
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Ooohhhhh Dorian that all sounds mouthwatering :):)

I have a chicken in the oven to roast with parsley and sage and garlic over the skin. I shall serve it with some salad I think today as the weather is so hot :)

Jacqui

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logcabin1961
Posted 2009-04-19 10:14 AM (#25244 - in reply to #25242)
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Snap Jacqui, we're having Roast Chicken today with stuffing and Roasted vegetables/potatoes.  It is a lovely warm day here today with a slight breeze.  Geoff's just returned from playing golf, 3 days on the trot!  Now in front of the box watching football.  It is coming to the end of the football season and football has been on tv pratically every day and I'm fed up with it!

Hope you all have a lovely dinner to sit down to today!

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Gerda
Posted 2009-04-19 1:00 PM (#25255 - in reply to #19439)
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Well, last night (which is usually hamburger night!), we went to Swiss Chalet for roast chicken - Bill added ribs and fries to his, I had a baked potatoe, Haley had chicken and mashed potatoes with gravy, Maya had 2 mini burgers and fries, and Tania had a chicken quesadilla and rice. We had taken the girls out to look for new bikes during the afternoon, ended up in Edmonton, and it took so long, Bill said " let's buy supper tonight" - I said, "oh, you just don't want to cook tonight!" (he barbeques the burgers during spring,summer, fall.). He said "that's right! :) "

Tonight, it will likely be potatoes, meatballs and a veg.

Gerda
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Dorian
Posted 2009-04-29 4:03 PM (#25989 - in reply to #19439)
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The gremlins got this post yesterday too.

Whatcha all been making for dinner?

Yesterday was cold and dreary, so I made some hamburger soup in the crockpot, with a pan of cornbread on the side, and oatmeal choco chip cookies for dessert 

I made hotdog and hamburger buns the other day, so we will be having burgers tonight.

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mom2three
Posted 2009-04-29 9:16 PM (#26010 - in reply to #19439)
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Dorian, I love making bread also. My family loves hot bread from the oven with butter, jam, or jelly.

We had smoked chops, cabbage, and homemade mac and cheese for dinner today.

I have a huge pot of pintos on now for tomorrow. Not sure what I am cooking with them though.
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