What's for Dinner, Thurs., 10/11/12??
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What's on the menu for all?

Don't know for sure yet.
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#12
  Re: What's for Dinner, Thurs., 10/11/12?? by cjs (What's on the menu f...)
Leftover chicken tortellini soup from Tuesday. I'm hoping there's a 1/2 baguette hiding in my freezer so I don't have to go to the store. If not, I have some frozen naan. I'm not picky about which bread product I have with soup.
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  Re: Re: What's for Dinner, Thurs., 10/11/12?? by Trixxee (Leftover chicken tor...)
Pea soup and pepper jack grilled sandwiches oh and the bread from the crockpot if it turns out
Cis
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  Re: Re: What's for Dinner, Thurs., 10/11/12?? by farnfam (Pea soup and pepper ...)
We will want to hear more about that, Cis.

I made a big pot of old-fashioned beef stew so that I could have my dad over for dinner tonight and send him home with a couple of containers for the freezer. I also made two loaves of homestyle bread, one to have with dinner and one to send home with him. Oh, and old-fashioned apple crisp for dessert.
Maryann

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  Re: What's for Dinner, Thurs., 10/11/12?? by cjs (What's on the menu f...)
I am making a very old recipe, Sicilian Meat Roll. Basicially an Italian flavored meatloaf stuffed with ham and Mozzarella. We used to make this for company a lot. With a baked Fettucini Alfredo, pull apart loaf, and salad.
"Time you enjoy wasting is not wasted time."
Laura
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#16
  Re: Re: What's for Dinner, Thurs., 10/11/12?? by luvnit (I am making a very o...)
I did the sweet onion bisque----WOW!!! How easy to make and great flavors!! The only addition I had was a bit of garlic powder---------bounced the taste a bit.

I did not do the brie sandwich---but I did do an
Emmenthaler---------perfect dinner for an incredibly dismal day! Not having a great time with the projects I planned while Peter is away---
"Never eat more than you can lift" Miss Piggy
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#17
  Re: Re: What's for Dinner, Thurs., 10/11/12?? by Roxanne 21 (I did the sweet onio...)
The girls are coming over tonight, so it's comfort food.
Meatloaf muffins, Goat cheese/chive mashed potatoes and asparagus.
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  Re: Re: What's for Dinner, Thurs., 10/11/12?? by losblanos1 (The girls are coming...)
If for nothing else, it would be nice for Peter to be with you for moral support...knockers up - you will survive and overcome!!! You are WOMAN, woman.

I made the darndest soup today and it was really good!!
1 can Progresso Light Beef Pot Roast Soup
3/4 can of refried beans (saved a little for a breakfast burrito treat tomorrow a.m.)
1 can Black Beans
~2/3 cup of leftover grain mixture.

It was a nice thick wintry soup and we sure enjoyed it - but, this is waIting for us for later. My neighbor mentioned the chocolate pie his mother used to make for him and do you think I could get that darn thing out of my mind????



No whipped cream or meringue and it's a low-cal, low-fat thing, BUT IT'S A CHOCOLATE PIE!!
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  Re: What's for Dinner, Thurs., 10/11/12?? by cjs (What's on the menu f...)
Well, a mish mash. In my fridge, stuff that needed to be used immediately: grilled asparagus with sea salt and lemon zest, the rest of my grape tomatoes, 1 pork chop, ciligienne, some steamed pea pods, a tiny bit of grated Peccorino and some fresh oregano. And one pizza crust (Jean's) pulled from the freezer.

In the oven now.

Sounds good (and frugal) to me!

PJ
PJ
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#20
  Re: Re: What's for Dinner, Thurs., 10/11/12?? by pjcooks (Well, a mish mash. ...)
Tonight is Baby Girl's Birthday Dinner: Pioneer Woman's New York Chopped Salad (15 ingredients individualized and chopped just for you), twice baked potatoes, and fillet mignon with balsamic reduction.
Daphne
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