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Old 03-23-2011, 10:14 PM   #1
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Both of my boys are home, on spring break, they worked on a Habitat for Humanity project today. Its kind of grey and a little cold out, more winter than spring. So thought an old fashioned chicken dinner sounded good.

Baked Chicken with Rosemary, Garlic and Thyme
Roasted Salted Beets
Egg Noodles with Butter
Lettuce Salad
Brownies

What's for dinner in your home?


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Old 03-24-2011, 12:10 AM   #2
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So far... the bottom half of my afternoon coffee. Doesn't seem like I'll end up having much more...


Can I come over?


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Old 03-24-2011, 03:21 AM   #3
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Those Roasted Salted Beets sound good. I started vacation today so no eating at home. Instead, Beer Cheese Soup and a sampler tray of 13 beers over at Flossmore Station.
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Made a frozen Pasty for myself. When the wife got home I made Scrambled Eggs and Raisin toast. Scrambled eggs are a good comfort food for her. Busy day at work lately.

My oldest daughter is on a vegan-like diet for Lent, and my youngest has been sick, so I have no idea what they scrounged for themselves.

I'm gonna have to get good at making Pasties. I might try them with more different veggies though, kind of like a pocket pot pie, and not a true pasty.

Tonight is probably either left over pulled pork, or baked and breaded chicken drumsticks with either noodles or mashed taters.
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Mondays and Wednesdays are soccer practice for my daughter so we need quick meals. That usually means a crockpot dinner (had meatballs in the crockpot on Monday.) Last night we had tortellini soup (or as my daughter calls it belly button soup.) Easy recipe: chicken stock, garlic, italian seasonings and a package of fresh tortellini.
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Fish and Chips with soup and salad bar for me last night.
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This was a couple nights ago.


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Top Round steak, seared and finished in the oven. Asparagus and Sweet Potatoes.

nom nom nom nom nom


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