Whats for dinner???

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  1. woolleyworm

    woolleyworm Active Member

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    Tonight was stuffed pork loin, mashed taters and sweet peas.

    JoeV - gotta agree with Sam; you have some talent in the kitchen!

    I don't fly-fish or tie near as much as I used to, but I certainly still love it.

    pic of the loin, the fat-cap was perfectly crisp and meat fork tender:

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  2. JoeV

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    Thanks, woolleyworm (are you a fly tyer/fisherman?? I do both.), Tonight was idiot proof. Thawed out some shredded beef au jus (this would have been a great Italian beef sandwich) then made some mashed redskins, steamed corn and a salad. Brownies for dessert. May have some cookies & cream ice cream later.

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  3. JoeV

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    This was really a simple and quick dinner. Pasta Primavera with basil infused whole wheat pasta. The veggies were tossed in a butter/olive oil mix with a sprinkling of mixed Italian herbs, and topped with grated Parmesan-Romano cheese.

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  4. B27

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    Peanut butter....and cat if I don't watch out.

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  5. JoeV

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    It's not dinner, but we were almost out of bread, so I got busy and cranked out a loaf of Babka, a loaf of Honey whole wheat and a dozen sandwich thins.

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  6. jedwil

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    Whataburger tonight------sometimes easy and quick is good....
  7. JoeV

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    We have our granddaughter Alexa (almost 2) for today and tomorrow while Mommy & Daddy have a day to themselves before the new baby comes on or about 11-28-12. They're going out for a nice dinner and a movie, then settle in for an uncomfortable evening of baby boy kicking the daylights out of Mommy. :eek:

    Anyhooo, we let Alexa pick what she wanted for dinner, and here's what she chose with Yellow Jello for dessert. it was really pretty good with my meatballs and sweet marinara. Grandma forgot to put on the cheese, so Alexa hollered "CHEESE, PLEEZE!"

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  8. hstout1143

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    It's going to cold here tonight, low 40's, so I made some ham and beans with cornbread.
  9. JoeV

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    Chicken Cordon Bleu, rice and broccoli. Oh, and one hungry granddaughter. She had two big helpings for dinner.

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  10. JoeV

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    Had company for dinner last night, so I made Chicken Parmesan with homemade basil-infused whole wheat pasta, my marinara sauce and fresh Italian baguette.

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  11. Silencer

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    Beef and Cheddar Cheese Enchiladas with Spanish Rice again.

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  12. BETH

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    thanks cyclone, wooley i will be right over for dinner
  13. Silencer

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    Made an Onion Bagel London Broil Sandwich for dinner tonight! AWESOME!!!

    Onion bagel, onion & chive cream cheese, baby leaf spinach, london broil and mustard.

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  14. BETH

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    sounds good-gonna make chuck roast in bag with carrots and potatoes onion soup dry mix and cream mushroom soup sooooo gooood
  15. mjp28

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    That looks GOOD! We occasionally do a London Broil, can't beat it! ;)
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