What are you having for dinner? AGAIN!

I cooked a ham the other day for the first time in the slow cooker. Boy, was it good!

@cjbstar wrote:

Ham, scalloped potatoes, green beans

Kim

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I have a small chuck roast in the slow cooker, making its own mushroom gravy. Will have that with mashed potato and steamed fresh carrots.

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Super planned-overs: pot roast with gravy, mashed potatoes,steamed fresh carrots and broccoli.

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I picked up some General Tso's chicken at a great local place. I have made a batch of yellow rice and steamed some fresh broccoli and will end up with several great meals. (I did not want any of the plain white rice that was offered with the chicken. Folks at the restaurant probably thought I was nuts!)

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I'm sitting here enjoying a bowl of spicy homemade chili and a slice of San Francisco sourdough bread. The brand, not the city. I want to learn how to make sourdough that tastes this good!
leftover white rice is always great to use with other dishes. i always take it and use it up in a few days to make fried rice, or chicken rice soup, etc.
@Sandy Shopper wrote:

I'm sitting here enjoying a bowl of spicy homemade chili and a slice of San Francisco sourdough bread. The brand, not the city. I want to learn how to make sourdough that tastes this good!
San Francisco french bread is so good due to the water, nothing like it...but, LaBrea french bread is a close second.

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Leftovers from yesterday's lunch: beef enchiladas and beans. Will add guacamole and chips. There will still be enough left over for one more dinner later in the week. (EOQ craziness requires accumulating such easy meals. Dash In quesadillas will also figure prominently in meal planning, lol. They freeze well for later warm-up.)

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Trying chicken cooked in beer over Oprah's Califlower and mashed potato's, mixed greens with of course avocado.

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The last of the leftover, compliant chicken. Huzzah! Tomorrow will be whatevs. Will mil want to eat out or in, etc.

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Before leaving the house, I seared 2 lamb shanks and set them to simmer in broth and herbs. Will have shredded lamb on yellow rice, topped with crumbled feta and chopped Greek olives and a side of steamed fresh broccoli. A little red wine sounds like a happy idea with this. And, there will be "planned overs" !

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Pan-grilled salmon fillet, potato, green veg TBD

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I don't usually do this, but tonight I'm getting a Roast Beef Sub with everything on it, oil, spices.
Using up apples and pears. Will make something oozy, spicy/pungent, spoon it on the last of the leftovers, and call it good. Tomorrow is for the first day of the turkey schtick...

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Tonight's dinner (for four) includes left over buffalo chicken, left over ham, left over potato salad, left over fruit salad, left over veggie tray and left over pie. Do you notice a theme? I made a bunch of easy stuff yesterday morning so that I wouldn't need to cook for the next couple days.

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Moo-Shu Shrimp with some added broccoli.

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Leftover ham, mac-n-cheese, green bean casserole, dutch apple cake.

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T-bone and shrimp, spinach, orange, avocado salad , garlic olive oil, lemon dressing.

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Homemade chicken tenders, potato wedges, and green beans.

Life is not measured by the number of breaths we take, but by the moments that take our breath away
Finishing up yummy pot roast with gravy, mashed potatoes, carrots and broccoli.

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Bagel cream cheese, lox...gave pots and pans away (ready for move), so, broiler and micro is it.

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Marinading huge skinless chicken breasts bought on Von's Friday sale for 1.00 pd....will bake califlower and doing a job, huge salad from "Chop Stop" with yogurt/berries drizzeled with dark chocolate for dessert.
Kids will be with me..

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Butternut Squash Soup, boneless beef ribs

Life is not measured by the number of breaths we take, but by the moments that take our breath away
baked salmon with rosemary and garlic, quinoa with celery, baby spinach with mushrooms and red onions.
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