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 Post subject: Sunday Eats/HH
PostPosted: Sun Oct 11, 2020 6:20 pm 
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I'm having an Angry Orchard Crisp Apple Hard Cider watching the Browns game. See below for what I'm eating, along w/some Scoops and salsa.

What's gonna be on your plates tonight?



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 Post subject: Re: Sunday Eats/HH
PostPosted: Sun Oct 11, 2020 6:55 pm 
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I made roasted chicken, mashed potatoes, gravy, peas and cranberry sauce. Gin and tonics.

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 Post subject: Re: Sunday Eats/HH
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When we went out Friday we were talking with the head honcho in the kitchen. I asked him when he was having turkey dinner and was told Sunday so that’s what we had. It was yummy! Cheers with a beer. Kelly, are those sausage?


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cheers! I had an organic caesar salad and some kraut chips with plain Greek yogurt for a dip. Earlier today I had a bloody Mary watching the Chiefs game. Sad to see them lose but it happens.

Karen, I hope you and the family had a good Thanksgiving dinner.

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 Post subject: Re: Sunday Eats/HH
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Grilled steak, mashed potatoes and sauteed veggies here tonight.

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Doneover roasted chicken with mashed and green beans My sister sent heartwarming pics of their Thanksgiving dinner. Karen I hope all went well for you! Tara... the Chefs lost?? :shock: ?

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I had a hard boiled egg and the last piece of pizza from the other night.
Put a frozen pizza in the oven that is what Larry had, boring day boring supper, but hey, no dishes to wash!
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my sister and i spent the day at Rowan with my niece Ally. had our first legal drink with her. lunch was nachos, pretzel bites, burgers and fish tacos. Walked around the campus and before we left stopped at cookie munchers which is across from her building. they make the cookies when you order them, sooo yummy.

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We like the jarred Indian sauces we can find at different outlets...Aldi's, Publix etc.
Sandy put some cut-up rotisserie chicken in it. We had it served over basmati rice.
She was telling me how many bags of lentils, beans, farro, grains etc. that we had in the pantry.
I get the bright idea to cook some lentils. They were still hard at dinner time, but I put a tablespoon in my dish. Afterwards, cooked them some more...still not soft. They will probably need more cooking before using them.
Milk with dinner.

It's late enough now that I'm having some diet tonic with vodka. Off to bed soon!

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Cheers! On Lite 3 already.... just finished 2 White Castle jalapeno/cheddar sliders for supper. Debating between a piece of spanakopita or some HaganDas coffee ice cream for my dessert.

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 Post subject: Re: Sunday Eats/HH
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Pat7 wrote:
When we went out Friday we were talking with the head honcho in the kitchen. I asked him when he was having turkey dinner and was told Sunday so that’s what we had. It was yummy! Cheers with a beer. Kelly, are those sausage?


I should have sent the family over there. :lol: I HATE cooking turkey dinner, the timing of everything at the end making sure everything stays hot and worrying about over/under cooking the bird but thankfully it always turns out and love having leftovers. And I know mom appreciates not having to do it; they just wait until I call them to the table looking like I’ve been to war. Having to the keep the house toasty for mom while I am slaving in the kitchen is not a good look. :lol:


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I tried out a new recipe for a pizza using spaghetti squash for the crust (cook the squash, squeeze out the water, mix with egg & cheese, spread on baking pan & bake, then top with cheese/toppings & bake again) I was a little skeptical but it was really good.

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