Meal plan for the week of 4/7:

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Meal plan for the week of 4/7:
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Sun, 04-07-2013 - 1:40pm

Sun: whole grilled green chile chicken; corn, mango and jicama salad

Mon: sauteed red cabbage with onions and smoked sausage, garlic bread

The rest of the days may vary, but here's where I've got it for now:

Tues: Chicken and mushrooms in garlic white wine sauce, egg noodles, veggie

Wed: roasted pork loin, roasted potatoes, glazed carrots

Thurs: fancy grilled cheese and tomato soup

Fri: Pork with coconot peanut sauce, rice, veggie

Sat: tabouli, lemon pepper or greek chicken

I've also got a craving for egg salad, so we may substitute egg salad sandwiches in there or have them for lunch Sat. lunch.   I also want to make a pineapple angel food cake.

"I don’t mind a banshee, that’s fine. 2 banshees? I HATE you. I actually wish bad things upon you." -- Day[9] Daily #459 P1

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Mon, 04-08-2013 - 7:19pm

Maybe they own the sauce they are covered in?  : )

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Mon, 04-08-2013 - 7:57pm
It's only lasagne if there are more than one of them.
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Mon, 04-08-2013 - 7:58pm

LOL? I'm the one who's laughing. Not only am I Italian American, but I lived in Italy and speak Italian although not as fluently as I used to.

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Mon, 04-08-2013 - 8:15pm
Lasagna vs. lasagne For the flat, wide pasta and the dish made from such pasta, North American English speakers use lasagna. English speakers from outside North America usually use lasagne.
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Mon, 04-08-2013 - 8:20pm

springfever2013 wrote:
Lasagna vs. lasagne For the flat, wide pasta and the dish made from such pasta, North American English speakers use lasagna. English speakers from outside North America usually use lasagne.

Is there some reason you failed to link the source of your quote?

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Mon, 04-08-2013 - 8:31pm

http://grammarist.com/spelling/lasagna-lasagne/

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Mon, 04-08-2013 - 8:46pm
Back to the original topic. DH and I have gone paleo, without ever really meaning to; Saturday: Salmon and steamed broccoli Sunday: Roast chicken and mashed cauliflower Monday: Orange-glazed pork chops and salad Tuesday: Roast beef and jakes with carmelized onions
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Mon, 04-08-2013 - 8:47pm

springfever2013 wrote:
Lasagna vs. lasagne For the flat, wide pasta and the dish made from such pasta, North American English speakers use lasagna. English speakers from outside North America usually use lasagne.

Yep, There certainly is a difference b/w the states and Europe.  But sadly, attitudes and one ups are pretty universal, Europe, United States...  You should hear what my sister says about Japan, Lol. 

 

 

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Mon, 04-08-2013 - 8:54pm

Yes they are Tina, oops, I mean Jam lol

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Mon, 04-08-2013 - 9:06pm
Does your sister like Japan, Jambles? I loved it when I lived there as a kid, but that was a long, long time ago. I'm sure things have really changed.