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« Reply #1410 on: August 13, 2008 02:22:39 PM »

Taco soup tonight!
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« Reply #1411 on: August 13, 2008 03:04:58 PM »

Meatball soup with ?  I think whole wheat bread sticks.
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« Reply #1412 on: August 13, 2008 04:03:58 PM »

veggie burger fries and corn Grin
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« Reply #1413 on: August 13, 2008 05:24:00 PM »

I just moved into my new place with my fiance and now that we are offically done unpacking, I've had tons of time to cook yummy dinners! These are some of my favorites from the past week..
-Pasta with homemade meat sauce (with lots of fresh veggies and stuff in it also)
-Pork chops in mushroom gravy, roasted red skin potatoes, broccoli
-An Italian chicken and potato bake that I found a recipie for in a Taste of Home magazine.
-Pesto chicken with bowtie noodles, baby carrots
-breaded pork chops with these awesome green beans (frozen french cut green beans and fresh mushrooms sauted in olive oil, a package of ranch dressing mix stirred in, and bacon crumbles on top! the ranch dressing mix is awesome with mushrooms and green beans. it's sooo easy too!)
 and tonight, i'm making beef enchalladas and spanish rice with garden fresh tomatoes and onions!! yum!!
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« Reply #1414 on: August 13, 2008 05:56:32 PM »

My 14 year old son went on a 'walk about' when I was supposed to be picking him up from the movies today. Roll Eyes
So I made him cook.  Grin He is trying to learn to cook any way, so it was not much punishment.  Cheesy

Chicken and mixed veggies cooked together in yellow rice.

Tomorrow will be hamburger soup.
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« Reply #1415 on: August 13, 2008 10:25:52 PM »

We went to farmer's market tonight and got some curry and this yummy afghan flat bread thing with spinach and a cilantro pesto spread. 
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« Reply #1416 on: August 14, 2008 05:57:47 AM »

We went to farmer's market tonight and got some curry and this yummy afghan flat bread thing with spinach and a cilantro pesto spread. 

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« Reply #1417 on: August 14, 2008 07:43:39 AM »

My DH got called to leave town for a last minute business trip so I made chili/cream cheese chip dip and vegged out on the (new) couch while watching the Olympics. Life isn't too bad without him around!
Every once in a while my best friends daughter will "cook dinner"f or us. She will make that chilli dip in a pyrex pie plate in microwave.  And we wil have it for dinner. We justify it because we use celery & baby carrots to scoop copious amounts of chili/creamcheese/chedder mix inot our faces. Hey we are eating it with celery so it must be ok.  lol  Grin

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It's sausage meat rolled up in puff pastry, brushed with beaten egg, then baked.  Maybe it's a british thing...?
  PinsnNeedles that looks reallygood. I will have to try making those. One with a salad wouldn't be so bad a meal!! They I go justifying again!! 

JLoveG & RottenLittleBoys : what do you put in your meatball soup & Taco soup?

Last night I had more roasted green beans & a couple pieces of stew meat.  Then latewr at a freinds house we had peaches & vanilla ice cream.

I tihnk tonight will be sweet potoao fries & a slice of grilled ham. prob more green beans too.
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« Reply #1418 on: August 14, 2008 10:00:03 AM »

LessaLove, it is a very simple recipe.

I use regular, browned hamburger, even though the recipe calls for meatballs, I prefer the other way.

So, ingredients are:
Hamburger
2-4 potatoes *depending on size
3-4 carrots
1 onion
1-2 stalks celery
Beef broth
Tomato paste
Basil, about 1 teaspoon
Oil for sauteing


Chop the onion and celery into small bits. Chop potatoes and carrots into small, inch size pieces. You can leave the potato pieces slightly larger than the carrot as they cook quicker.

Saute the onions and celery until they are glistening. Brown hamburger in onion and celery mix, drain off fat; return to pot.

Add potatoes, carrots, beef broth, tomato paste and basil. Top off with hot water to cover, stir to mix tomato paste into liquid, turn to medium, cover and let cook.  Do keep an eye on this the first time you make it as it cooks quite quickly for such a flavorful soup.

I can get this knocked out in about 45 minutes at most from pulling the potatoes and onions out of the pantry to setting down to eat. We eat this with a quick cornbread too.
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« Reply #1419 on: August 15, 2008 08:26:24 AM »

Rottenlittleboys that soup sounds gread, think I will make a batch of that next week.   =)

Last night I ended up having  oven baked sweet pototo fries  & green beans. My neice & nephew came to visit and ate my ham steak.  lol   they are like bottemless pits.

Tonight is prob gonna be  a slice of pizza & salad. Working a double from home today 9am - 12 mid ... so I am calling for  delivery.

Sat my neice & are going to do some cooking, she likes to try to put together  healthy meals form stuff from Dollar Generall or Dollar Tree. She is getting pretty good at it too. Getting better with spices & stuff too.
Sunday my other nieice has requested that we make muffins & rice crispy treats. =)

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