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What's for Dinner?

Discussion in 'The Connoisseur' started by Rosie, May 31, 2006.

  1. Rotisserie chicken from Costco with Mexican beans and rice.

    I'm also trying out a potato diet. Which consists of a cold boiled or baked potato eaten plain (no butter, sour cream, etc) for breakfast and lunch at least three times a week. The key is that when the potato gets cold the starch and carbohydrates is removed or neutralized, so I'll see how well it works.
     
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  2. belfastboy

    belfastboy Call Me a Cab

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    We had a vegan friend over for lunch today and my wife cooked a strict vegan menu......so I had pork chops for dinner.....just pork chops!
     
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  3. Touchofevil

    Touchofevil

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    Breakfast for dinner last night. Bacon, sausage, garlic country red potatoes, cheesey scrambled eggs, and toast.
    :D
     
  4. vallettavalentine

    vallettavalentine New in Town

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    Ross il-forn. It's a Maltese dish similar to baked ziti. I make it ahead and freeze it alongside other meals for the week, as my schedule has been busy up until now with the holidays. My stepfather's family is Maltese-American (hence my user name, Valletta Valentine) and they cook some amazing food that's also inexpensive to prepare. http://www.amaltesemouthful.com/baked-rice-ross-il-forn/
     
  5. 1mach1

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    Niiiiiiiiiiice :D

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  6. 1mach1

    1mach1

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    Belgian sausage and chervil mashed potatoes. With Belgian beer, of course.

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  7. Harp

    Harp I'll Lock Up

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    Last nite it was salami on Ritz crackers with peanut butter; miniature Reese's peanut butter cups without sugar; and an Otis Spunkmeyer chocolate loaf;
    and 2 bottles of ice cold Diet Dr Pepper.
    I sure can cook.:D
     
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  8. vallettavalentine

    vallettavalentine New in Town

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    Salami and Ritz is a win....mmmmmm that makes me hungry! Then again, food in general does!
     
  9. HadleyH1

    HadleyH1 One Too Many

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    Will anybody here have turkey for Thanksgiving???? (I will hehe):p






    Happy Thanksgiving dinner everybody! :D


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  10. ^^^^^^
    This year we will! Last year we had pozole with the extended surrogate family, it's a Mexican pork and hominy soup (can also be made with chicken) garnished with cabbage, onions and radishes. :p :D
     
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  11. Fading Fast

    Fading Fast

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    Leave out the salami, put the sugar back in the Reese's cups and swap the Dr Pepper for Coke or Sprite and you have one of my girlfriend-is-out-tonight dinners. It's funny, Otis Spunkmeyer has all but disappeared from NYC, but I remember eating their cookies (a lot) back in the '80s and '90s.
     
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  12. BobHufford

    BobHufford I'll Lock Up

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    There will be pie... (one more in the fridge -- and only seven people).

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  13. TREEMAN

    TREEMAN One Too Many

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    Turkey ?
     
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  14. Steve27752

    Steve27752 One of the Regulars

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    Bangers and mash, with peas and gravy.
     
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  15. BobHufford

    BobHufford I'll Lock Up

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    My wife still cooks for twenty and we are down to seven. I think we ate maybe 10% so far ... ugh.

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  16. HadleyH1

    HadleyH1 One Too Many

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    Oh My!!!! BobHufford ^^^ That looks totally delicious!!!!!!!!!! :D:D:D
     
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  17. Stanley Doble

    Stanley Doble Call Me a Cab

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    Last night made broiled salmon with rice and broccoli. Tonight made some 'tiny purses' or date turnovers, a recipe from the 16th century. They are quite tasty. Ran out of date filling so made some cherry turnovers using cherry pie filling to use up the puff paste.

     
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  18. Babydoll

    Babydoll Call Me a Cab

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    23926547_10214826961008046_4554554212284838725_o-1.jpg We had citrus-herb brined turkey, mashed potatoes with gravy, cornbread dressing, roasted sweet potatoes with butter, cinnamon and brown sugar, butter sautéed green beans, cranberry sauce, rolls, olives, pickles. Choice of pumpkin or apple pie for dessert.

    This was Hubby's first go-round.
     
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  19. HadleyH1

    HadleyH1 One Too Many

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    YUM everybody! Gorgeous food!!!!!!! hmmmmmm :D

    Very nice thank you for posting!
     
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  20. Bushman

    Bushman Call Me a Cab

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    Grilled Cod with mushy peas and mac and cheese.
     

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