Meal plan for the week of 9-25.

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Meal plan for the week of 9-25.
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Sun, 09-25-2011 - 7:23pm



Sunday: Fish Nicosia, asparagus (pina coladas!)

Monday: Wacky mac with basalmic tomato sauce and hot italian sausage, apples

Tuesday: Baked sweet potatoes, grilled pork chops, glazed carrots

Wednesday: Fish tacos, ranch style beans

Thursday: Dh, DD and I have a Chef event to attend; I'll steam some tamales for ds before we go

Friday: chicken fajitas, guacamole, black bean salad

Saturday: chicken pot pie - if we don't go to dd's band contest

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Mon, 09-26-2011 - 9:31pm

I love Moosewood, I have two of their cookbooks.

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Mon, 09-26-2011 - 9:34pm

I have found white corn to be sweeter, I use white corn in my white chicken chili...lol.

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Tue, 09-27-2011 - 1:28am

You're welcome.

Chris

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Tue, 09-27-2011 - 1:35am

While i don't plan out specific nights for the meals, I start with a list of meals and plan my grocery shopping around the list.

The truth may be out there but lies are in your head. Terry Pratchett

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Tue, 09-27-2011 - 4:06am

I wouldn't have them together.


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Tue, 09-27-2011 - 4:15am

The only time I use yellow corn is in corn chowder.


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Tue, 09-27-2011 - 4:19am

Joel takes carrots in his lunch quite a lot.


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Tue, 09-27-2011 - 6:58am

Isn't that strange? My husband is the same way.

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Tue, 09-27-2011 - 8:52am
rollmops2009 wrote:

My mother cuts them in thick sticks, then sautes them lightly in good Danish butter and adds a lot of freshly grated ginger. Then she adds a smidge of water, puts a lid on and when they are just about done, she takes the lid off and lets the water evaporate. So far I have not seen anyone turn those carrots down. However, it would probably work just as well with sesame or veggie oil instead of the butter.

I love carrots and this has officially sent me over the edge and made my mouth water, LOL.





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Registered: 04-22-2005
Tue, 09-27-2011 - 8:57am

Speaking of crunchy, I heard someone say that for a crunchy snack they like to put bbq seasoning on cucumber slices.





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